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· February, 2011

Stories about Indonesia from February, 2011

South Korea: Botched Spying Attempt Embarrasses Citizens

South Korea’s intelligence agency has made the headlines after its agents allegedly broke into an Indonesian delegation’s hotel room last week in Seoul, in an attempt to steal classified information...

Indonesia: Accountability and religious violence

Blogger Unspun blames the lack of accountability for the rise of religious violence in Indonesia.

Indonesia: Solidarity for religious freedom

Indonesian citizens and netizens have formed a solidarity group to promote religious freedom in the country following the spate of attacks on religious minorities in the past weeks

Foursquare usage in Southeast Asia

Indonesia leads the countries in Southeast Asia with the most number of Foursquare users.

Indonesia: Attack on religious minorities

Ahmadiyah followers were attacked by a mob in Indonesia resulting in several deaths. Netizens are asking the government to protect religious minorities

Indonesia: Java Jazz Festival

The Java Jazz Festival in Indonesia will take place next month. It will be one of the largest jazz festivals in the world.

Southeast Asia: Reactions to Egypt protests

Using the #egypt hashtag, let’s read what twitter users in several Southeast Asian countries have been tweeting in reaction to the ongoing Egypt protests

Indonesia: Celebrating Chinese New Year in Bali

Barrie writes how the Chinese New Year is being celebrated in Bali, Indonesia.

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