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A smile behind Kangen Market

  • Black hats with catchy phrases attract buyers. JP/Tarko Sudiarno

    Black hats with catchy phrases attract buyers. JP/Tarko Sudiarno

  • A seller shows his promotional board saying “Juwal kawos ndak jual kopi”, which means he sells T-shirts instead of coffee. JP/Tarko Sudiarno

    A seller shows his promotional board saying “Juwal kawos ndak jual kopi”, which means he sells T-shirts instead of coffee. JP/Tarko Sudiarno

  • The sign for a fried tempeh seller named “Tempe Galak”, literally translating to fierce tempeh. JP/Tarko Sudiarno

    The sign for a fried tempeh seller named “Tempe Galak”, literally translating to fierce tempeh. JP/Tarko Sudiarno

  • People line up to buy traditional snacks that are rarely made today. JP/Tarko Sudiarno

    People line up to buy traditional snacks that are rarely made today. JP/Tarko Sudiarno

  • Catchy phrases on boards are on display at one of the stores. JP/Tarko Sudiarno

    Catchy phrases on boards are on display at one of the stores. JP/Tarko Sudiarno

  • One of the stalls sells food with interesting names such as “es teh istri galak” (fierce wife iced tea, in reference to a popular dangdut song called “Bojo galak”, or fierce spouse). JP/Tarko Sudiarno

    One of the stalls sells food with interesting names such as “es teh istri galak” (fierce wife iced tea, in reference to a popular dangdut song called “Bojo galak”, or fierce spouse). JP/Tarko Sudiarno

  • Young people enjoy Kangen Market in Yogyakarta. JP/Tarko Sudiarno

    Young people enjoy Kangen Market in Yogyakarta. JP/Tarko Sudiarno

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