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The Other Woman

Norman never knew why he was so bothered by his wife’s question. He paced the room, [...]

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The Secret of The Citrus Tree

“Someday, if you see your dad walking out at night, don’t ever follow him and never [...]

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The Chosen Ones: New World Order

On July 17, 2175, the world’s greatest scientists, businesspeople, world-class leaders and politicians gather in the [...]

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Home Sweet Home

Like her name, Mega, which means a girl who is like the clouds, Edemi Mega loved [...]

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Know Thy Neighbors

“Ibu, they’re getting closer,” my 7-year old daughter screams. Anxiety in her voice. “They’re setting fire [...]

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Literary Scene Mourns the Death of Hamsad Rangkuti

Category: Essay, The Jakarta Post, Author:

Indonesia’s literary scene has suffered a great loss with the death of illustrious short story writer [...]

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The Ambulance Driver

A woman works as an ambulance driver. She saves lives every single night. Every morning she [...]

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Painting Mania

He stood in the room of the art museum — the first of its kind in [...]

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A Family Portrait

On the second day of Eid celebrations — a day that’s supposed to be spent visiting [...]

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The Old Pu Tao

In Boneo’s front yard, a pu tao (Syzygium cumini) tree — better known as a jamblang [...]

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