Religion was one of the main ingredients for Indonesian horror films during the authoritarian New Order regime (1966-1998). Religious figures, in particular, were often presented
I was always kind of “allergic” to business reporting. When I chose a journalism major in the university, I originally dreamed of becoming a football
Energy and Mineral Resources Minister Ignasius Jonan is so fond of an old and tired anecdote that illustrates the wisdom of equitable energy solutions that
The number of residents of Bahodopi district in Morowali has spiked two-fold after Chinese venture PT Indonesia Morowali Industrial Park (IMIP) employed 15,000 Indonesian workers
One afternoon in October, two Indonesian workers on their lunch break sat on a stainless-steel platform under a giant, orange gantry crane at the Morowali
Jakarta-based private employee Gizela Cindy has lost count of how many times she has visited Yogyakarta over the past several years with friends or family.
Unlike many other parents, Budi Hikmat has never allowed his children to save their excess cash in a bank and instead tells them to invest
Desperate times call for desperate measures. The old saying might come to mind when speaking of the latest situation of the tax amnesty program in