When getting from A to B is no walk in the park
Winda A. Charmila
The Jakarta Post
PREMIUM There is one reason why there are millions of motorbikes in the capital; in downtown Jakarta, it is almost impossible to travel by foot — even for short distances — with so many things standing in the way of pedestrians. Wilson Christopher, 24, a native of Pondok Gede, East Jakarta, is one of millions of Jakartans who rides his motorbike to get from one point to another. In fact, ...
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