Category: Top Reads
Kirstienne Ishia Marie ToledoMay 22, 2017
The death of an unidentified man hit by a train in Gandrungmangu in Cilacap, Central Java, on Thursday, May 18, has prompted another reminder to be safe when around...
Erin CookMay 22, 2017
North Jakarta Police arrested 144 men late Sunday, May 21, during a raid on a bathhouse in Kelapa Gading, North Jakarta. Police entered the Ruko Inkopal and Fitness...
Sharon HambaliMay 20, 2017
He was deported last year for begging but is relentless in his quest for beer money. Here's an infographic that summarizes the story of Benjamin Holst.
Kirstienne Ishia Marie ToledoMay 19, 2017
The Jambi Operational Police of Narcotics Unit have arrested three suspected drug traffickers in a raid Sunday, May 14, in the latest crackdown on narcotic use across...
Sharon HambaliMay 08, 2017
A string of prison breakouts across the archipelago is raising questions about the effectiveness of the current system.
Erin CookMay 05, 2017
The stings netted a total 10.7 kilograms of methamphetamine. Two attempts were made through smuggling in packages and the other two via passengers.
Sharon HambaliApr 27, 2017
Previously, Indonesia made a name for itself bombing fishing boats. But recently, the local navy also captured two tankers that escaped from Malaysia.
Caroline WinataApr 26, 2017
The KITAP can open many doors for expats in Indonesia. Here's an interesting graphic to help on your quest for a permanent stay permit in the archipelago.
Sharon HambaliApr 26, 2017
Adapting to a new work culture is often challenging. In Indonesia, there are certain rules of thumb that expats need to understand when settling in for work or starting...
Sharon HambaliApr 23, 2017
Although Jakarta’s gubernatorial election has finally ended, the fact remains that Ahok must still battle it out in court if he hopes to avoid prison.