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Earlier this month, from May 5 to 6, The Jakarta Post Writing Center, an English writing training institution under The Post, hosted the third Writers’ Series. Under the theme The Story of Us, the event consisted of discussions on the first day and creative workshops on the second day. Around 30 speakers of different backgrounds and perspectives attended the discussions, triggering dialogue among the audience about various topics, from how to tell stories from different perspectives to the role of stories in business strategy and what stories are currently built by Indonesia in the run-up to the 2019 general election.
(The Jakarta Post / Ni Nyoman Wira)