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· June, 2007

Stories about Indonesia from June, 2007

Indonesia: Jakarta, Top Blogging City

Enda points to a Businessweek article and says Jakarta is on par with Beijing and Mumbai when it comes to blogging.

Indonesia: Remembering The Asian Crisis

IndCoup remembers the Asian financial crisis of 1997 and compares it to the current economical environment.

Indonesia: Visit Museums

Noelbynature links to a news article that has Indonesian president urging the people the visit museums. The blogger describes the changing nature of museums from the colonial times to the...

Indonesia: Visiting Borobudur

Blogger Ivan Henares from the Philippines is visiting Indonesia. Ivan writes about the largest man-made structure in the Southern Hemisphere, the Buddhist temple of Borobudur in Central Java.

Singapore: Ancient Scripts of South East Asia

Noelbynature recommends an exhibition on Malay scripts current being hosted at the National Library in Singapore. “this is indeed a rare opportunity to see the epigraphy of ancient Southeast Asia...

Indonesia: Government's Role in Attracting Investment

Martin Manurang looks at the role of Chinese and Indian government in attracting investments and urges Indonesia to learn from them.

Indonesia: Parents Comparing Children

So Mote it Be is cross at parents who like to compare their children with other's children. “Even if your precious one can read in the age of one, it...

Indonesia: Making Life Harder for Counterfeiters

Unspun met someone who knows how to get even with counterfeiters in Indonesia.

Bahrain: Housemaid Interview

Migrant Rights posted an interview with an Indonesian housemaid in Bahrain – who hasn't returned home of seen her 10-year-old son for nine years.

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