East Java Governor Khofifah apologizes for racial abuse of Papuans
5 minutes with Minister Hanif Dhakiri
Jokowi asks for forgiveness from Papuans
Riots flare in Manokwari after 'racist' attack on Papuan students in Surabaya
Jakarta Fashion & Food Festival presents fashion show inside LRT train
Jokowi dons Balinese attire to celebrate diversity on Independence Day
City officials celebrate Independence Day on man-made islet
Jokowi wishes WorldSkills participants well at palace send-off
Gojek, Rich Brian come together for Cerdikiawan campaign
Police officer-artist Chryshnanda exhibits 'Sopo Ngiro'
Indonesia’s fairly strict traffic laws cover almost all dos, don’ts and details punishments for violations, but many still disregard the law so long as the police aren’t present. With a new system implemented by the National Police, drivers may encounter less traffic police, but will not escape the law. The new Electronic Traffic Law Enforcement or ETLE system has been on trial since November 1st, on Sudirman and MH Thamrin, in Central Jakarta.
(The Jakarta Post/Wendee Widiantini)