Tempo English Weekly

Tuesday, July 11, 2017

Local Cooperatives, Global Standards

Bahagia Ginting turned off his motorbike and stepped down with a big smile on his tanned face. His scooter was covered in mud as he had to traverse a muddy narrow trail from his farm to Meukat Komuditi Gayo, a coffee cooperative in Takengon, Central Aceh.

The coffee farmer joined the cooperative after he and his family had to leave his village on the slope of Mount Sinabung…

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Monday, January 08, 2018

Java Holds the Key

HASTO Kristiyanto stopped for a moment as he was about to take a sip from his mineral water in Tempo’s editorial meeting room last Friday. The Indonesian Democratic Party of Struggle (PDI-P) secretary-general apologized for his petai, or stinky bean, breath. "Last night I was served stinky-bean fried rice by the President.