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  • Reason
    Sidelines

    Reason

    Is it true that the mind is better than might? Javanese sayings often say so: akal' is better than 'okol', reason is better than brute force.

  • Sandiaga Salahuddin Uno, Chair of Gerindra Party's 2019 Presidential Campaign Team: Prabowo No Longer Has Any Ambition
    Interview

    Sandiaga Salahuddin Uno, Chair of Gerindra Party's 2019 Presidential Campaign Team: Prabowo No Longer Has Any Ambition

    SANDIAGA Salahuddin Uno accepted a new duty last February: becoming Chair of the Gerindra Party 2019 Presidential Election Campaign Team. Sandiaga, 48, was personally appointed by Prabowo Subianto, the party's general chair.

  • Hints of Goenawan in Hanafi's Work, and Vice Versa
    Arts

    Hints of Goenawan in Hanafi's Work, and Vice Versa

    Two sensibilities seem to have merged in a unique alliance: Hanafi's abstract art and Goenawan Mohamad's biomorphism.

  • Making Farming Cool For Young Farmers
    Outreach

    Making Farming Cool For Young Farmers

    As an agrarian country, Indonesia is faced with a rather ironic predicament: more and more people have shied away from agriculture, mainly because of the stigma that farmers are a poverty-ridden segment.

  • Backyard Organic Farming
    Outreach

    Backyard Organic Farming

    Maya Stolastika and Herwita Rosalina are training young communities to take up organic farming. They also invite young farmers to work together.

  • Rizieq Investigation Put To an End
    National

    Rizieq Investigation Put To an End

    THE West Java Police has issued a letter terminating its investigation into Islamic Defenders Front (FPI) leader Rizieq Shihab's alleged defamation of the national ideology Pancasila and against Indonesia's first President Sukarno.

  • Enlisting the Police in Pulau Laut
    Law

    Enlisting the Police in Pulau Laut

    A company owned by Andi Syamsuddin Arsyad, known as Haji Isam, reported locals and a journalist to the police. The police are accused of taking sides.

  • Port Tycoon's Fishy Transactions
    Law

    Port Tycoon's Fishy Transactions

    An export-import businessman allegedly distributed Rp1.5 trillion to state officials. Customs officers and members of the police are involved.

  • A Mystery Recording and an Old Adversary
    Cover Story

    A Mystery Recording and an Old Adversary

    Believed to have originated from a wiretap, parts of a conversation between Rini Soemarno and PLN CEO Sofyan Basir are spreading on social media. The State Intelligence Agency denied the recording came from them. It seems like an effort to shake up the position of the Minister of State-Owned Enterprises.

  • A Three-Term LNG Project
    Cover Story

    A Three-Term LNG Project

    The son of Vice President Jusuf Kalla came up with a plan to build a gas receiving and regasification terminal in Bojonegara. The project has been in limbo, starting from the era of CEO Karen Agustiawan at Pertamina up til Elia Massa Manik's leadership.

  • Betweeen Enmity and Electability
    Cover Story

    Betweeen Enmity and Electability

    A recording of a discussion between Rini and Sofyan-SOEs minister and CEO of the state-owned electric company-has raised the idea to form a special committee in the DPR.

  • Rini Soemarno: We Were Discussing a Project
    Cover Story

    Rini Soemarno: We Were Discussing a Project

    After a recording of her conversation with PLN CEO Sofyan Basir became viral in the social media, Minister of State-Owned Enterprises (SOEs) Rini Soemarno has filed a report with the police.

  • Reasonable Doubt
    Opinion

    Reasonable Doubt

    Without proper clarification, the leaked conversation between State-Owned Enterprises (SOEs) Minister Rini Soemarno and state electricity company PLN CEO Sofyan Basir would only create suspicious rumors.

  • Dangerous Game
    Opinion

    Dangerous Game

    Politics tarnished Jakarta's Car Free Day two weeks ago. Using the masses are a setback to democracy.

  • Playing with Fire
    Opinion

    Playing with Fire

    The police violated the constitution when they detained a journalist and intimidated farmers protesting against an oil palm company in South Kalimantan.

  • Drastic Measures
    Opinion

    Drastic Measures

    The police have yet to investigate a certain businessman's trillions of rupiah in suspicious transactions. Customs reform is at stake.

  • Mystery
    Sidelines

    Mystery

    "Don't you have the sense that we are living... if you can call that living... in a broken world? Yes, broken like a watch that has stopped."

  • Public Works and Housing Minister Basoeki Hadimoeljono: We will continue to do structural audits of old bridges
  • The Return of Dr. M
    Asean & Beyond

    The Return of Dr. M

    The opposition's victory in Malaysia ends Barisan Nasional's reign in the country. Corruption and economic strife were key contributing factors.

  • Wan Azizah Wan Ismail, President of the People's Justice Party
  • Backyard Natural Remedies
    Outreach

    Backyard Natural Remedies

    Indonesia's wealth of herbs and spices, believed to be effective natural remedies, has made the herbal oil sector flourish.

  • Pranoto's Secret Recipe
    Outreach

    Pranoto's Secret Recipe

    After a traffic accident, Servasius Bambang Pranoto began making homemade herbal oil to relieve his condition. Today, his monthly turnover reaches tens of billions of rupiah.

  • Presidential Hopefuls With No Party Support
    National

    Presidential Hopefuls With No Party Support

    Several individuals have declared themselves as presidential candidates, despite the absence of party support. Gatot Nurmantyo and Abraham Samad are particularly persistent.

  • Lightning Train
    Economy

    Lightning Train

    The loan for the rapid train project was disbursed two years after the project had been in operation. The China Development Bank requested a timely deposit of capital.

  • 36 Hours of terror
    Cover Story

    36 Hours of terror

    Detainees and convicts from terrorism cases jailed in the Salemba Detention Facility of the National Police's Mobile Brigade Command Headquarters in Kelapa Dua, Depok, West Java, rioted and attacked police guards and members of the Special Counter-Terrorism Unit on Tuesday last week. After taking possession of firearms, rifles, and explosives which they took from officers and the evidence room, they held six members of the Special Counter-Terrorism Unit hostage and took over the facility for 36 hours. The rioting inmates, numbering over a hundred, surrendered after being surrounded by thousands of police. Six people died during the tension-filled incident: five police officers who had been taken hostage, and one inmate.

  • Daulah at the Brigade Headquarters
    Cover Story

    Daulah at the Brigade Headquarters

    Most of the detainees and terrorist convicts at Jakarta's Mobile Brigade Headquarters are affiliated with the Jamaah Ansharut Daulah group. They obey the orders of Aman Abdurrahman.

  • A Mastermind Behind Bars
    Cover Story

    A Mastermind Behind Bars

    Aman Abdurrahman is suspected of ordering the execution of terrorist attacks in Indonesia while still behind bars. His network was able to take over the detention facility at the Mobile Brigade Headquarters.

  • National Police Chief, General Tito Karnavian: The Food Issue Was Just a Trigger
    Cover Story

    National Police Chief, General Tito Karnavian: The Food Issue Was Just a Trigger

    A day after Indonesian National Police Chief General Tito Karnavian flew to Jordan, a riot broke out at the Detention Facility of the National Police's Mobile Brigade Command Headquarters in Kelapa Dua, Depok, West Java.

  • Bitter Lesson from Kelapa Dua
    Opinion

    Bitter Lesson from Kelapa Dua

    Last week's riot at the National Police Mobile Brigade's (Brimob) detention center was a slap in the face for our law enforcement institutions.

  • A Peculiar Case in Meulaboh
    Opinion

    A Peculiar Case in Meulaboh

    A district court has annulled a cassation verdict against a company responsible for a forest fire. The decision has jeopardized legal certainty.

  • Victory for Malaysian Democracy
    Opinion

    Victory for Malaysian Democracy

    Or the first time, an opposition coalition has won in Malaysian general election. It's the victory of common sense.

  • Burdensome High Speed Train
    Opinion

    Burdensome High Speed Train

    The Jakarta-Bandung fast train project has been sliding off the rails since day one. The project's plan should be reviewed.

  • God and Laughter
    Sidelines

    God and Laughter

    A group of people arrives in Heaven, and God greets them, even though He momentarily forgets where they have come from-probably because their planet is about to come to an end.

  • Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad: If I Was A Dictator, People Would Not Choose Me
    Interview

    Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad: If I Was A Dictator, People Would Not Choose Me

    After resigning from his position as Prime Minister of Malaysia in 2003, Mahathir Mohamad wanted to enjoy his retirement.

  • A Conservation Stronghold in Remote Kalimantan
    Outreach

    A Conservation Stronghold in Remote Kalimantan

    East Kalimantan’s wilderness has managed to keep the Wehea Protected Forest “hidden” amid logging and oil drilling. The 38,000-hectare forest is home to a variety of protected species, including the orangutan (Pongo pygmaeus). In the face of numerous challenges, the Wehea Dayak tribe has taken firm action to safeguard and preserve their forest and its resources, and are now working with the government, non-profit organizations and even companies. Meanwhile, the customary community also strives to maintain the natural balance by celebrating Lom Plai, a thanksgiving tradition. In celebration of World Biodiversity Day on May 22, Tempo English reports.

  • The Wehea Dayak's Thanksgiving Tradition
    Outreach

    The Wehea Dayak's Thanksgiving Tradition

    The Wehea Dayak held Lom Plai to celebrate the rice harvest. It is also to express their gratitude for the bounties of nature.

  • After the Storm
    Special Report

    After the Storm

    Some conglomerates managed to weather the 1997 economic storm. They rose up again with good strategies to make the best of the narrow window of market opportunities.

  • Worries Over Community Health Centers
    Special Report

    Worries Over Community Health Centers

    Posyandu and family planning have long been the mainstay of the government to overcome the problems of mother and child health care. With the implementation of regional autonomy, its performance has declined.

  • The Surviving Migrant Villages
    Special Report

    The Surviving Migrant Villages

    The New Order government developed a number of programs to build villages and regions outside the island of Java. Some programs have been maintained despite the changing regimes.

  • Superbody Trips Over Corruption
    Special Report

    Superbody Trips Over Corruption

    Reformasi gave birth to a number of new institutions. Some are beset by corruption and has had their authority stripped.

  • Still Waiting After Two Decades
    Special Report

    Still Waiting After Two Decades

    Families of human rights abuse victims during the Reformasi era have been relentlessly fighting to have a fair handling of their cases. All they’ve received so far are empty promises.

  • Eternal Rivalry between the Army and the Police
    Special Report

    Eternal Rivalry between the Army and the Police

    After their separation, the TNI and Police are often seen competing with each other, such as in matters of personnel welfare on the field.

  • A Vehicle for Suharto’s Legacy
    Special Report

    A Vehicle for Suharto’s Legacy

    Hutomo Mandala Putra intends to revive Suharto’s aspirations through Partai Berkarya. The party espouses the New Order regime’s three-point development plan (trilogi pembangunan).

  • Twenty Years After Shouts of ‘Reformasi!’
    Special Report

    Twenty Years After Shouts of ‘Reformasi!’

    Three days after university students occupied the parliament building, some even standing on its roof, Suharto announced that he was stepping down as the President of Indonesia.

  • Premier Li’s Diplomatic Mission
    Economy

    Premier Li’s Diplomatic Mission

    Restricting the import of mandarins has allowed Indonesia to export its mangosteens to China, which has now ordered 2,000 tons to be delivered in the first half of this year.

  • East Java’s Sleeper Cells Attacks
    Cover Story

    East Java’s Sleeper Cells Attacks

    The Surabaya bombings are believed to have been inspired by the rioting at the National Police Mobile Brigade Headquarter in Depok, West Java. The attacks were carried out by pro-ISIS cells that have gone under police radar. These cells had planned to launch attacks later this year, including at an international event, but they acted ahead of schedule in East Java.

  • The Rebel in Unit Two
    Cover Story

    The Rebel in Unit Two

    Families who carried out the Surabaya bombings were connected through a religious study group. The children were also recruited.

  • The Syria-Surabaya Terror Axis
    Cover Story

    The Syria-Surabaya Terror Axis

    Indonesia's terror groups are now looking to the Islamic State (IS) after turning away from Al-Qaeda. Some of the 530 returnees from Syria are from Surabaya, East Java.

  • Jokowi Calls for Speedier Revisions
    Cover Story

    Jokowi Calls for Speedier Revisions

    After the terrorist bombings in Surabaya, Indonesian President Joko Widodo urged for a speedier conclusion to the anti-terrorism law's revisions.

  • Heaven
    Sidelines

    Heaven

    The Indonesian poet Chairil Anwar would never have blown himself up to go to Heaven.

  • Religious Historian Mun'im Sirry: One has to practice religion in a relaxed manner
    Interview

    Religious Historian Mun'im Sirry: One has to practice religion in a relaxed manner

    Mun'im Sirry's faith was shaken when he studied the history of religion. The Madura native found great discrepancies between Islamic texts and historical studies, with certain beliefs he had embraced since childhood.

  • Goodbye Oil Palm, Hello Mangrove
    Outreach

    Goodbye Oil Palm, Hello Mangrove

    Mangrove forests in the Lubuk Kertang village in North Sumatra's Langkat Regency can now thrive again.

  • Tasty Chips and Ecotourism
    Outreach

    Tasty Chips and Ecotourism

    Armed with a community forest license, the Lubuk Kertang Village community is now making mangrove products and trying their hand at ecotourism.

  • The Preacher List Debate
    National

    The Preacher List Debate

    The Religious Affairs Ministry intends to eradicate hate speech from sermons, but is met with criticism instead. One individual is already deceased but still made it to the list.

  • Military-Police Understanding
    National

    Military-Police Understanding

    The government and parliament have agreed to pass the anti-terrorism law revision. Military involvement will be governed in a presidential regulation.

  • Minister of justice and Human Rights Yasonna Laoly.
  • Standing against US Dollar
    Economy

    Standing against US Dollar

    The Central Bank promised a dual intervention policy and relax property loan policies as the rupiah continues to depreciate since February.

  • Cornered by Renewable Energy Rules
    Economy

    Cornered by Renewable Energy Rules

    The EU Parliament does not recognize palm oil as environmentally friendly energy. Among producing countries, Indonesia pioneers to counter the EU allegations.

  • A Tale of Two Siskas
    Investigation

    A Tale of Two Siskas

    They were arrested by the Special Counterterrorism Unit upon suspicion of intending to attack the police at the Mobile Brigade Command Headquarters in Depok, West Java, after terrorism convicts started a riot that resulted in the deaths of five police officers.

  • Keeping Up With the Radicals
    Investigation

    Keeping Up With the Radicals

    University students in Java and Sulawesi are being exposed to religious radicalism. Youths and intellectuals are being targeted.

  • Siska Nur Azizah: Learning Jihad from Telegram
    Investigation

    Siska Nur Azizah: Learning Jihad from Telegram

    Only her eyes were visible. The rest of Siska Nur Azizah was covered in black cloth. The 21-year-old woman created a shock for being arrested at the Mobile Brigade Command Headquarters in Kelapa Dua, Depok, West Java, on Saturday three weeks ago.

  • Dita Siska Millenia: I Want ISIS To Be Global
    Investigation

    Dita Siska Millenia: I Want ISIS To Be Global

    Dita Siska Millenia has a rather high-pitched response when she heard a question in which the word 'Allah' (God) was pronounced in a manner normally done by Indonesian Christians.

  • Seeds of Terror
    Opinion

    Seeds of Terror

    A terrifying combination has turned university campuses into nurseries for dogma-based religious radicalism: the education system's failure and technologies for spreading information on a massive scale.

  • No More Persecution
    Opinion

    No More Persecution

    Attacks on the Ahmadi community must not be tolerated. The state has the responsibility to protect minorities.

  • Stabilizing Rupiah
    Opinion

    Stabilizing Rupiah

    Whilst the Rupiah continues to weaken, the government needs to reconsider its populist policies as they have failed to take economic realities into account.

  • Hashtag Politics
    Opinion

    Hashtag Politics

    In this Internet age, winning over opinions on social media has become serious business.

  • Questioning the Pancasila Agency
    Opinion

    Questioning the Pancasila Agency

    Without law enforcement, the Agency for the Implementation of State Ideology Pancasila will be of little use. It is not just a question of salaries.

  • The Last of the Mohicans
    Opinion

    The Last of the Mohicans

    Supreme Court Justice Artidjo Alkostar has just retired after dedicating 18 years of service. A man of courage and integrity, he sets the bar higher for the rest of the profession.

  • Managing Zakat Money
    Opinion

    Managing Zakat Money

    The Religious Affairs Ministry is compiling zakat audit regulations. But it should not get itself too deep in zakat management.

  • Battle of Slogans
    Cover Story

    Battle of Slogans

    The Presidential Palace is fighting back against the #2019GantiPresiden movement with the help of volunteers and social media influencers. But the Jokowi administration’s strategy in curbing the political opposition’s advance on social media has not been very effective. Coalition parties have been slow to praise Jokowi’s achievements.

  • Fighting Noise with Noise
    Cover Story

    Fighting Noise with Noise

    In addition to encouraging government ministry spokespersons to actively explain official policies to the public, the Presidential Palace is also relying on social media influencers. The new strategy is meant to combat political attacks.

  • From Hashtag to Anthem
    Cover Story

    From Hashtag to Anthem

    Prabowo Subianto's supporters have taken to the #2019GantiPresiden movement initiated by Justice and Prosperity Party cadres. Neno Warisman is one of the donors.

  • Chief of Presidential Staff Moeldoko: Terror Versus Terror
    Cover Story

    Chief of Presidential Staff Moeldoko: Terror Versus Terror

    The hashtag #2019GantiPresiden (Change President in 2019) is heating up politics leading up to next years general election. Presidential Chief of Staff Moeldoko feels that the movement is purely a manipulative maneuver. When speaking to Tempo's Raymundus Rikang, Wayan Agus Purnomo and Stefanus Pramono last Thursday, Moeldoko explained how the government is responding to the political attack.

  • Charity Goes Digital
    Economy

    Charity Goes Digital

    The trend for giving alms and charity donations via digital platforms has attracted new donors and boosted the amount of contributions. Islamic jurisprudence, or fiqh, is no longer a problem.

  • The Judge’s Legacy
    Law

    The Judge’s Legacy

    Supreme Court Justice Artidjo Alkostar retired in May. Artidjo, known for delivering heavy sentences for corruptors, pioneered the Supreme Court’s reform. Some of his decisions have remained controversial.

  • Artidjo Alkostar: A Judge is Accountable to the Public
    Law

    Artidjo Alkostar: A Judge is Accountable to the Public

    DURING his 18 years in office as a Supreme Court judge, Artidjo Alkostar has handled tens of thousands of cases.

  • Ideological Guardians Salaries Controversy
    National

    Ideological Guardians Salaries Controversy

    The salaries and allowances for the Steering Board of the Agency for the Implementation of State Ideology Pancasila (BPIP), amounting to more than Rp 100 million per person, have been in the spotlight.

  • The Healing Garden
    Arts & Culture

    The Healing Garden

    YOGYAKARTA once again held its contemporary art fair, ArtJog. Under the theme ‘Enlightenment’, the art festival now celebrating its 11th year presented the works of 54 Indonesian and international visual artists.

  • Aries Susanti Rahayu: Used to Being Speedy
    Scene & Heard

    Aries Susanti Rahayu: Used to Being Speedy

    World speed wall climbing champion, Aries Susanti Rahayu, has a unique reason for pursuing the climbing speed challenge rather than the 'lead' or the 'boulder'.

  • Ananda Sukarlan: A Seasick Concert
    Scene & Heard

    Ananda Sukarlan: A Seasick Concert

    Ananda Sukarlan has just finished his toughest performance in his brilliant career. Last Wednesday afternoon, the Cantabria (Spain)- and Jakarta-based pianist and composer performed on the deck of Greenpeaces Rainbow Warrior, at the time berthed at the Raffles Marina in Singapore.

  • Protecting Nature and Improving Welfare
    Outreach

    Protecting Nature and Improving Welfare

    The government is now more eager than ever to develop and promote its tourism village program. Among the 74,954 villages spread across Indonesia, 1,902 villages gifted with cultural riches and arresting natural landscapes offer tremendous potentials for tourism. Among them is the remote Merabu village in East Kalimantan, endowed with karst hills and prehistoric handprints hidden in caves. There is also the Bahitom village in Central Kalimantan, where villagers are now working to develop an organic farming program for food self-sufficiency and agrotourism. Over the past several years, residents of both villages have been striving to improve local economies through tourism. Tempo English reports.

  • Food Self-Sufficiency and Tourism in Bahitom
    Outreach

    Food Self-Sufficiency and Tourism in Bahitom

    Bahitom village's resettlers-people enrolled in the government's transmigration program-are exploring organic farming. They do it not only for sustenance but also for agrotourism.

  • More sayings
    Word Watch

    More sayings

    The English scholar of Malay, Sir Richard Winstedt, published his comprehensive Malay Proverbs in 1950, and it seems this is still a major source for works that followed.

  • Agus Widjojo, Governor of the National Defense Institute: Battling terrorism is police business
    Interview

    Agus Widjojo, Governor of the National Defense Institute: Battling terrorism is police business

    Even at times like these-when the public calls for the revision of the anti-terrorism law to expand the army's role in the fight against terrorism-Agus Widjojo remains nonchalant.

  • Pastoral
    Sidelines

    Pastoral

    Philip Roth died on 22 May last, and I remembered this scene: on a cold February day in 1968, young stuttering Merry plants a bomb in the town post office. The explosion kills a bystander.

  • Soccer and the Presence of Muslim Athletes
    Opinion

    Soccer and the Presence of Muslim Athletes

    The world of soccer is undergoing a paradigm shift with more Muslim players lending color to different leagues.

  • Minorities Victimized By Politics
    Opinion

    Minorities Victimized By Politics

    Followers of minority religions and faiths are still discriminated against. The political elite are at the root of the problem.

  • Should Corruptors Return To Office?
    Opinion

    Should Corruptors Return To Office?

    Former corruption convicts are clearly unfit to represent the people. It's high time lawmakers revised the election law.

  • Waqf Funds for Micro Businesses
    Opinion

    Waqf Funds for Micro Businesses

    Micro waqf banks will help boost financial inclusion. It is important they accurately identify prospective customers.

  • After Salah’s Prayer
    Cover Story

    After Salah’s Prayer

    IN only a year, Mohamed Salah successfully changed the perception towards Islam from the pitch. Muslim soccer players are viewed to be capable of staying out of trouble due to abstinence from alcohol and gambling. Meanwhile, radical groups keep throwing threats since they view soccer as prohibited in Islam.

  • Hoping for Goals from the Arabian Peninsula
    Cover Story

    Hoping for Goals from the Arabian Peninsula

    For the first time, four teams from the Arabian Peninsula are competing in the World Cup. This is a stepping stone for Saudi Arabia to develop its soccer business.

  • Fasting Before The Real Match
    Cover Story

    Fasting Before The Real Match

    Amidst the tight schedule of practice and friendly matches, some muslim soccer players are still fasting during Ramadan. There are special tricks to help maintain their stamina.

  • Waiting for a New Salah in Russia
    Cover Story

    Waiting for a New Salah in Russia

    THE 2018 World Cup event, held in Russia, will become the forum where a number of Muslim players, whose countries have succeeded in entering this prestigious four-yearly tournament, would be able to prove themselves.

  • A Beneficial Alternative to Loan Sharks
    Economy

    A Beneficial Alternative to Loan Sharks

    The Financial Services Authority set a target of 40 micro wakaf banks to be set up this year. They are meant to eliminate economic disparity and poverty among disadvantaged communities in rural areas.

  • Easy Loan, Low Interests
    Economy

    Easy Loan, Low Interests

    A micro wakaf bank at Tebuireng Islamic Boarding School is aiming at female entrepreneurs and women planning to start a business. Customers are requesting for an increase in the loan ceiling.

  • Our Homes are Destroyed
    National

    Our Homes are Destroyed

    Discrimination against religious minorities is rooted in the past, during Sukarno’s reign. It continues due to neglect by the government and is exploited as a political commodity.

  • Still a Second Class Citizen
    National

    Still a Second Class Citizen

    Following the Constitutional Court's decision, adherents of non-mainstream faiths are still subjected to discrimination. The government's plan to issue two types of national IDs is criticized.

  • Election Year Drama
    Law

    Election Year Drama

    In the month of May, the police detained and named eight persons suspects over social media posts. But guilty verdicts will require proof of motive and malicious intent.

  • Education For Disadvantaged Children
    Outreach

    Education For Disadvantaged Children

    Achieving educational equity in Indonesia faces several hurdles, including limitations in infrastructure, educational facilities, and qualified instructors. These poor conditions have inspired several youths to act. Young people have opened classes in several provinces, including in the city of Makassar, South Sulawesi. In Pangkep, also in South Sulawesi, three youths pioneered the Floating School, a program meant to reach children living on small islands. Tempo English reports.

  • Floating School for Islands Children
    Outreach

    Floating School for Islands Children

    Every weekend, children from three islands in the Pangkep Regency, South Sulawesi, gather on the beach to welcome the Floating School.

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