Tempo English Weekly
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Edition: Tuesday, October 11, 2016

Hidden Letters

Soe Hok Gie is remembered as an important figure in the 1966 student movement. Why did he part ways with other leaders of the movement? Why did he condemn the…

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Letters

Letters

Cartoon

Cartoon

Opinion

The Kanjeng Mas Scam

Why the Slow Inquiry into the e-KTP Corruption Case?

The KPK has named new suspects on the alleged corruption in the e-KTP project. But the investigation has not touched people at the top.

Law

Taat's Tactics drawing in 'Dowries'

Taat Pribadi fooled thousands of victims with his promises of doubling their money. He was recently arrested for suspicion of fraud and murder.

Outreach

Batiks Beyond Java

In 2009, Indonesian batik was designated a 'Masterpiece of Oral and Intangible Heritage of Humanity' by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO). Batik has flourished since the…

The Batak Creation

Nurcahaya Nasution initiated a unique batik from North Sumatra using traditional patterns unique to the province. Demand for her batik continues to increase.

Asean & Beyond

Another Step to Freedom

In the latest transition towards democratization, Myanmar's president signed a legislation to abolish the Emergency Provision Act. Campaigners now call for prisoners previously convicted under the law to be released.

Sidelines

Aura

Economy

Will 2017 be Better?

Looking for Amnesty Loans

Tax amnesty participants borrowed money to pay their tax redemption, targeting entrepreneurs with little cash.

National

Fight First, Be Marginalized Later

Nusron Wahid and Friends of Ahok were kicked out of the Ahok-Djarot election campaign team. All this is to accommodate PDI-P interests.

Agus Harimurti Yudhoyono: The Dark Horse