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· December, 2006

Stories about Indonesia from December, 2006

Indonesia: Internet Outage and Flood in Aceh

There is nothing worse for Indonesian bloggers in particular around the new year eve but to see the sudden temporary “demise” of internet connection. The cause as reported by Budi...

Indonesia: Monitor Lizard in Resort Pool

Emma Good Egg describes her encounter with a monitor lizard in a resort swimming pool in Bali.

Indonesia: Sharia Police in Aceh

Indonesia Matters looks at the latest campaign launced by Aceh's religious police against unislamic behaviour. Aceh is a province in Indonesian island of Sumatra that insists on adherence to strict...

Indonesia: From Oil Exporter to Importer

Indonesia matters looks at the situation that Indonesian oil industry finds itself in. The last couple of years has seen Indonesia become an oil importer.

Indonesia: Editing Indonesia Information on Wikipedia

Rasyad A. Parinduri at Sarapan Ekonomy blog is urging readers to think of a better entry for Indonesia's economy on Wikipedia. The blogger feels that the current entry is “lame...

Indonesia: Supporting New Blogger

Fatih Sayud relates his experience with his own blog and tries to answer what kind of support a new blogger needs to stay motivated to continue blogging.

Indonesia: Polygamous Holy Man and MP's Sex Scandal

There is nothing more ovelwheming than the conversations among Indonesian blogosphere these past few weeks. The talk involves two occurences that looks similar but are actually unrelated – Aa Gym's...

Indonesia: Religious Leaders and Polygamy

maverickysm blogs about two leading personalities in Indonesia, one the head of the ruling party's islamic affairs and other a popular islamic preacher. They are both getting a lot of...

Indonesia: Left out of a Blogging Survey

Unspun remarks that Indonesia gets left out of a blogging survey in spite of having the fourth largest population in the world.

Indonesia: Japanese Nationalism and NEETs

Indonesian journalist Hara Diani on a visit to Tokyo looks at the rise of nationalism and the phenomenon of NEET (young people not studying or working) in Japan.

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