Baduy Dalam, The isolated tribe inside busy modern lives

There are 56 villages complex in the Badui on the 5012 hectares. An area that is 120 kilometers away from Jakarta to the Banten province. Kanekes, is the name of the area, that later is well known as Baduy. Baduy, named after Dutch etnographer visited them in 1845, 1891 and in 1909. This community mentioned as Badoe’i, badoei andor badoewi. The names probably refer to […]

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Orangutan, endangered species in Borneo

Borneo, or Kalimantan is the largest island in Indonesian archipelago, also one of the largest island in the globe. This island holds a rich tropical rainforest and vast variety of flora and fauna. It also habitat of endemic animal. One of that endemic in Borneo is Orangutan (Pongo pygmaeus). The habitat of Orang Utan that has been decreasing due to logging, land clearance and mining, […]

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Palm Oil Plantation Indonesia, Deforestation and Reforestation

Indonesia’s tropical rain forest hold a vast biodiversity life. Rcih in endemic species and globally affecting world’s climate. Indonesia is also the largest palm oil exporter. Indonesia leads global exporter with 33.6 Billion Us$ export record in 2017. Global palm oil sales export grows 16% per Year-on-Year in period of 2016-2017. In the other side, Colombia is the highest growing exporter since 2013, with up […]

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Life after Syria War for Returning Indonesian fighters

Indonesian Islamist organisations have been closely monitoring the Syrian civil war since mid-2012, raising funds and dispatching teams of medical volunteers. But some have also travelled for combat, with counter-terrorism officials estimating there are around 50 Indonesians fighting in the conflict. In November 2013, the first Indonesian ‘martyr’ in Syria was announced after a man named Reza Fardi was killed in battle. He was a […]

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