City expects low-key Aug. 17 celebration
Novia D. Rulistia
The Jakarta Post
The celebration of Independence Day is usually marked with fun and games organized by residents in their respective neighborhoods.
But this year, the capital will likely see another quiet celebration of the day as it falls in Ramadhan fasting month and just a few days before Idul Fitri, or Lebaran, when everyone is busy making homecoming plans.
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