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With a video report and text, Australia’s Sydney Morning Herald newspaper shows why Jakarta is not welcoming to development, progress, or foreign investors: Its own people can hardly move from one place to another.
Al Jazeera posted a video that discusses the growing population — and poverty — in the world’s fourth-largest nation.
This is a 25-minute segment in English from the weekly program 101 East. It includes scenes of luxury as well as scenes of simple homes in the poorest slums. It also shows the traffic jams! The lack of public transportation (a metro or intra-city train) in the cities is mentioned. Also:
Excellent videography from a young reporter: Drew Ambrose!Source: english.aljazeera.net
FACES OF INDONESIA
“This is a special Independence Day/birthday present from MBDC to Indonesia! Since the beginning of August to 14 August, the team from malesbanget.com went around Jakarta and Yogyakarta to ask people to sing “Pancasila Our Home,” by Franky Sahilatua. Dozens of hours of video footage and rendering time later, MBDC finally managed to create a video epic that is destined only for Indonesia. Hopefully the results are good for making you all excited.” (Translated by Google.)Source: youtube.com
A special report from Indonesia by journalists from The NewsHour, a TV news program in the U.S.
19 July 2011
This video report comes from the U.S. TV news program NewsHour on PBS.
19 July 2011