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Clean Up Jakarta Day 2017: Five Years of Tackling The Capital City’s Rubbish Problem

Since 2013, Clean Up Jakarta Day has been galvanizing local and expatriate communities in Jakarta to help solve the capital city’s prolonged waste management crisis....

How Safe is it to Eat Street Food in Jakarta?

For expats living in Jakarta, eating street food is a risk many are not willing to take. However, for those who are uninitiated in dining “al fresco di jalan” and...

Jakarta’s Fourth Annual City-Wide Clean-up Invites Everyone to Volunteer

The city of DKI Jakarta produces a staggering 6,700 tonnes of trash a day; the equivalent of one colossal Borobudur Temple made of trash in just two days. It is common...

Aurelia’s Manolin

There is a novella by Ernest Hemingway, The Old Man and the Sea. For eighty four days, “old man” Santiago had failed to catch fish to sell. He was considered...

#selfiesampah in Senopati

#selfiesampah: the Trash Selfie

Dua Tangan Cukup: Actions from Across the Archipelago Social media is undeniably big business in Indonesia and selfies, or a photo of one’s self taken by one’s self,...

Clean Up Jakarta Day

Clean Up Jakarta Day 2014

As you may be aware, the second annual Clean Up Jakarta Day is around the corner and will take place on October 19th this year. Jakarta’s citizens will be carrying out...

Singapore International School Bona Vista students seriously care for their environment

Dua Tangan Cukup: Actions from Across the Archipelago The students of Singapore International School, Bona Vista, are always eager and ahead to keep the environment...

Grade 10 Cleanup on Cipete Raya

Dua Tangan Cukup: Mentari International School Kids Get their Hands Dirty

The students of Mentari International School, Jakarta have been busy cleaning up the areas around their school through several cleanup actions. Grade 10 students have...

Staff of Aston Belitung Cleaned Tanjung Pendam Beach

Dua Tangan Cukup: Staff of Aston Belitung Cleaned Tanjung Pendam Beach

Positive actions from across the archipelago. Dua Tangan Cukup (Two Hands are Enough) is a movement started by Clean Up Jakarta Day, under Indonesia Expat, which...

Clean Up Jakarta Day 2013

Clean Up Jakarta Day 2013: Back-Breaking Teamwork Raises Awareness of Jakarta’s Rubbish Problem

The first Clean Up Jakarta Day took place on the morning of Sunday November 10th 2013. Over 1,000 volunteers at 16 locations around Jakarta showed up at the crack of...

Fostering a Cleaner Community for Business

Waste management seems to be a perpetual issue in Jakarta and Bali. When beaches, streets, and other places of interest are littered, it tarnishes Indonesia’s...

Education Guide 2017

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