Monthly Archives: April 2021

Pandemic Diary: That Lost Sense of Justice, Equality and Fairness

The last time I ranted about this mega wedding, I never thought the scale was increasingly insane. And now all heads turned to the social media faux pas of our head of state and minister of defense. They were attending … Continue reading

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Pandemic Diary: The Philosophy of “Tahu Bulat”

“Bulat bulat lonjong lonjong Tahu bulat dan kosong Digoreng dadakan Hangat hangat Enak enak enakkk….” That is exactly what you can hear around Jakarta when you see a motorbike with a small truck behind it, where a guy usually holds … Continue reading

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Pandemic Diary: Terrorism amidst Pandemic

To what extent can you endure the pandemic effects? With the overwhelming economic and mental effects, we definitely forget the potential of terrorism to tear this nation down. But here we are, still struggling with the sluggish pace of vaccination, … Continue reading

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