Borobudur, a Buddhist temple in Central Java, Mar 2017. Pixabay in Wikimedia Commons
The Jakarta Post-Dec 8
For the past decade, Indonesia has been fighting its own culture war. And just like any war, its consequences could be dire. Lives could be lost, kids separated from their parents, men and women end up languishing in jail while politicians look for the cheapest and easiest way to exploit it.
First published in: The Jakarta Post