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Opinion

For those of you who are regular readers of this magazine you will know I regularly rant on about the traffic and how it adversely affects our lives, and try, in a very small way, to suggest things that could be done to improve our daily slog to and from work. We started the “My Journey to Work” column, hoping that many of you will be able to shed light on the obvious, simple and inexpen...

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Reader Column

My name is Hugo Hutapea, I am the current Assistant Senior Patrol Leader in Boy Scout Troop 455, and you are probably wondering why I am sending this email in the first place.   First of all, I would like to apologize for this intrusion especially since it is already 10 o'clock at night, due to the fact that all finalized papers are expected to be finished as of tomorrow. Secondly, the reaso...

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Commitment

On the sunny morning of December 9th, five Iranian refugees and asylum seekers started to pedal their bicycles in front of the UNHCR office in Kebon Sirih Jakarta, their faces full of spirit. Through “Bike to Freedom” they go on a cycling journey of about 1.250 kilometers towards Bali to commemorate World Human Rights Day that is celebrated every year on December 10th. For Mohammad Rasool Bag...

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Opinion

For those of you who are regular readers of this magazine you will know I regularly rant on about the traffic and how it adversely affects our lives, and try, in a very small way, to suggest things that could be done to improve our daily slog to and from work. We started the “My Journey to Work” column, hoping that many of you will be able to shed light on the obvious, simple and inexpen...

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Contest

Join #NJPhotoContest NOW! Capture the skyscrappers scenery of our beloved city, Jakarta, and send your photo to editorial.nowjkt@phoenix.co.id with min. 300 dpi resolution in JPEG format. Don't forget to give a brief description of your photo, name, and mobile number. TWO WINNERS will win @ IDR 500.000 dining treat and have their artwork published in our "Wall of Expression" March iss...

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