In its 493rd anniversary, Jakarta has no time for festive. In the time of crisis, the city must also look for civic engagement that requires us to prioritise collaboration and public service.
The New Normal is meant to save the economy and keep people alive but people need to remain cautious and vigilant.
The revitalisation project of Taman Ismail Marzuki invited some controversies. However, Jakarta Governor Anies Baswedan believes that this project aims only to create much better art and culture centre in the heart of the city.
Jakarta really has the potential to become a smart city. It’s back to you, City Government, to make the city smart, because the technology is available, the experience is available, it just needs the willingness to commit.
Jakarta government's project to create better and wider sidewalks all around the capital have started to show the results. How do the Jakartans feel about this?
During Jakarta Art Week, art lovers could see a variety of contemporary works from 10 female artists along Sudirman protocol road span across 21 bus stops and MRT stations from 26 August to 15 September.
The Jakarta government has built 290 Ruang Publik Terpadu Ramah Anak (RPTRA) or child-friendly parks around Jakarta. How do they do now?