Tuesday, December 10, 2019

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Jakarta museums open for free on Tuesday

Jakarta -- As part of Jakarta's 491st anniversary that fell on June 22, the Jakarta Tourism and Culture Agency has made administration-managed museums accessible...

Exploring Indonesian cuisine through ‘Cita Rasa Indonesia: Ekspresi Kuliner William Wongso’

Jakarta -- William Wongso, an Indonesian culinary expert and author, has always believed that food is the oldest language of diplomacy in the world....

SE Asian countries use fight against hoaxes to silence critics: Report

Jakarta -- Governments in Southeast Asian countries are using the fight against hoax and fake news to curb criticism and control official narratives, a...

Jakarta administration holds Idul Fitri gathering

Jakarta -- The Jakarta administration held an open house gathering event at the City Hall, Central Jakarta on Thursday (21/06). The public event coincided...

Bogor Palace makes exception for shorts, sandals at open house event

Jakarta -- The Presidential Palace has explained the unusual sighting of a pedicab driver wearing shorts and sandals at President Joko Widodo's open house...

Monas visitors surge during Idul Fitri

Jakarta -- The National Monument (Monas) in Central Jakarta was swamped with tourists on Saturday (16/06), one day after Idul Fitri. Some tourists were...

Minister calls on tourism offices to be proactive this holiday season

Jakarta -- Tourism Minister Arief Yahya instructed tourism offices in various provinces to disseminate more information during the Idul Fitri holidays. "I instructed every...

Low purchasing power did not cause low Ramadhan inflation, says BI

Jakarta -- Bank Indonesia has said that low purchasing was not behind the unusually low inflation rate of 0.21 percent during the month of...

BREAKING: Indonesia elected to U.N. Security Council

New York -- The United Nations General Assembly on Friday (08/06) voted to elect Germany, Belgium, South Africa, the Dominican Republic and Indonesia for...

Pluralism Needed to Preserve Indonesian Identity

Yogyakarta -- Amid rising intolerance and sectarianism, there is an urgent need forĀ  embracing pluralist narratives to preserve Indonesia's unique identity based on ethnic...

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