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A factory in Pulogadung, East Jakarta, is closed while its protesting workers camped on the streets on Monday. Workers in Greater Jakarta and in other regions took to the streets to demand higher minimum wages and an overhaul of the labor laws.
Courtesy of Irwan Ahmett Even before advertisements usurped the fun and rebellion from the city's murals, young visual artists in Jakarta responded to the city and its problems in different ways, creating works that may not have immediately looked
Jakarta News Several squatters are refusing to leave the Taman Burung area on the western side of the Pluit Dam in North Jakarta, despite the offer of better housing from the Jakarta administration. As of Friday, around five families remained even
Teater Koma's Ibu' portrays a mother at war Niken Prathivi, The Jakarta Post, Jakarta Headlines Sun, October 27 2013, 10:36 AM Courageous mother: A scene from Ibu (Mother), an upcoming performance by Teater Koma, which is set to be staged in Jakarta
World News The Korea Trade Center (Kotra) in Jakarta held the first military trade mission to promote South Korean small and medium enterprises (SMEs) in the military field. Kim Eun-hee, deputy director of Kotra at the South Korean Embassy in Jakarta,
Authorities in Jakarta have seized 10 monkeys from street attractions in an effort to curb animal abuse, officials said. Indonesia's Public Order Agency carried out raids across Jakarta starting Monday and have seized 10 monkeys as of Wednesday, The
Jessup, Jr (third from left). (Courtesy of Soffie Wahju) Almost two months have passed since Philip C. Jessup, Jr. passed away in the United States but his friends and family in Indonesia still remember him fondly as a warm person with a big heart.
World News The economic ministers of Finland and Switzerland will visit Indonesia this week to strengthen their economic relations with Southeast Asia's largest economy, both countries' embassies in Jakarta said on Tuesday. Finnish Economic Affairs
Business News Tourism New Zealand (TNZ) officially opened a representative office in Jakarta on Monday to capture the attention of potential domestic travelers as well as to tap into the country's future growth opportunities. TNZ Jakarta marketing
Voluntary Counseling and Testing (VCT) event from Oct.22 until Nov.21. The event, Bulan Bakti VCT, will provide HIV testing services for 10,000 people in four municipalities and one regency in Jakarta. Although there are no requirements to obtain the