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  • Youths enjoy lucrative time

    As Lunar New Year draws near, youths from the Boen Hay Bio temple in Serpong, South Tangerang, Banten, are busy preparing performances of Chinese lion and dragon dances, locally known…

  • No Indonesian victim in Taiwan quake

    The Foreign Ministry said that as of Saturday evening, no Indonesian citizen had been reported killed in a powerful of 6.4-magnitude earthquake that struck southern Taiwan before dawn on Saturday,…

  • Dengue emergency declared in some regions

    The Health Ministry has stepped up efforts to mitigate the outbreak of dengue fever, which has in some provinces prompted local authorities to declare an emergency.

  • RI welcomes Imlek with joy, festivities

    With the Chinese New Year, or Imlek, falling on Monday, regions across the archipelago are organizing various events to celebrate the annual holiday with local residents regardless of their ethnic…

  • Earnestly Ernest

    Comedian Ernest Prakasa has come a long way to be on the other end of a joke.

  • By the way ... Who is the most Islamic of us all?

    “Mirror-mirror on the wall, who is the fairest of them all?”

  • 17 dead after drinking ‘oplosan’ in Yogyakarta

    The Sleman Police in Yogyakarta reported on Saturday that 17 people, most of them university students, had died after consuming oplosan (bootleg liquor) at separate venues in the province earlier…

  • Correction

    x, the writer of the Insight column that appeared on Page 2 of The Jakarta Post’s Feb. 5, 2016, edition, is an oncologist. We apologize for the error.

  • Qlue finds it hard to say ‘it’s complicated’

    While public monitoring application Qlue is generally considered an effective medium for handling complaints, the app’s ability to resolve complicated issues remains questionable.