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PD Taru Martani, a cigar manufacturing company in Yogyakarta, continues its production after more than a century of operation. Established in 1918, Taru Martani is the oldest cigar manufacturer in Indonesia.
During the colonial era, the company was highly contested by the Dutch and the Japanese occupants, before being handed over back to the Indonesian government in 1949.
Warning: Studies suggest that tobacco smoke can cause cancer, heart disease, birth defects or other reproductive harm.
Videographer: Donny Fernando
Intern Journalist: Dio Suhenda
Multimedia Editor: Kharishar Kahfi