Tempo English Weekly


A New Chapter for Indigenous Faiths

The Constitutional Court’s verdict following a judicial review of the civil administration law in early November is a long-overdue answer to the silent wish of many an Indonesian follower of one of the indigenous faiths. Because of it, they can now list their belief on their ID card (KTP). Indonesia…

Freeing the Bayan from Administrative Shackles

The Bayan community in North Lombok struggles against longtsanding stigmatization. They are followers of a non-mainstream denomination of Islam.


Hope Comes To Mount Wanala

The Adat Musi in North Sulawesi’s Talaud Islands have fought for freedom from discrimination for decades. They now have hope.

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Monday, November 27, 2017

Communication and Informatics Minister Rudiantara: New unicorns should emerge

INDONESIA is now home to Southeast Asias largest herd of unicorns. At the Digital Economic Briefing hosted by Tempo two weeks ago at the Indosat-Ooredoo building, Bukalapak proclaimed itself to be worth in excess of US$1.0 billion, or around Rp13.