The reclaimed land of the Kalibaru Port turned into quicksand mud
The artificial land had not even been used, but it looked like an abandoned waste land already. Concrete piles lay were scattered about, containers where workers slept in were vacant, and there were only a few workers standing by near mud dredgers.
At the end of October, Tempo photographer Tony Hartawan quietly approached the reclamation site for the Kalibaru Port project in Tanjung Priok, North Jakarta. On a hot Friday afternoon, Tony rented a...