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The Jakarta administration held Christmas-themed events in public places, such as Christmas carolling on several streets and put up a 10-meter Christmas tree made of recycled materials to spread the message of harmony between religious communities.
The Jakarta Post spoke with Jakartans, who shared their thoughts and hopes on maintaining unity to strengthen tolerance and harmony between people.
(JP/I Gede Dharma JS and Bilal Faranov)