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A year ago, the Manpower Ministry turned a parking lot in one of its offices in South Jakarta into a start-up development and talent hub, later called the Innovation Room. Ever since, the 300-square-meter coworking space complete with cozy colorful sofas, a meeting room, a lobby and of course 24-hour internet connection has always been packed with loyal young visitors. (JP/ Rainier Nathaniel)
(JP/ Riza Roidila Mufti)