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Monkey Business

Posted by on Jan 15, 2012 in Culture, Featured, Jakarta, Photography | 0 comments

Topeng Monyet – masked monkeys – are a traditional Jakarta past-time that borrow their visuals and sense of drama from the masked human dancers of Cirebon in West Java. Dave Smithson discovers that the teenaged handlers from one of Jakarta’s darkest slums provide a new twist to an old tale.

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Muara Karang

Posted by on Jan 14, 2012 in Culture, Jakarta, Photography, Travel | 0 comments

Brandon Hoover braves the smell to visit a historic Jakarta fish market.

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Indonesia: A Synergy of the Senses

Posted by on Jan 12, 2010 in Culture, Photography, Travel | 0 comments

With its incredible topographic and cultural diversity, Indonesia remains a puzzle to many outsiders. Historians, anthropologists, and politicians have struggled to define the precise contours and identity of this sprawling archipelago.

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The Flying Photographer: Jez O’Hare

Posted by on Mar 12, 2009 in Culture, Featured, People, Photography, Travel | 0 comments

Jez O'Hare, adventurous master of aerial photography, has a unique perspective on Indonesia. Avi Hazuria met him at his home in Bandung.

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Through A Glass, Darkly: John Stanmeyer

Posted by on Jan 12, 2009 in Bali, People, Photography | 0 comments

What is one of the world's leading documentary photographers doing in a quiet coastal village in Bali? John Douglas meets John Stanmeyer.

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