The mighty and wealthy retail emperor Hari Darmawan has been Chairman of the Indonesian Retail Entrepreneurs Association (Aprindo) for the period of 2000-2004. He was born May 27, 1940 and has been pioneering retail business since long. He himself established ‘Matahari’ around 1958 in Pasar Baru area, Central Jakarta.
A Catholic Chapel were attacked and vandalized in South Sumatra province, Benches and a statue of Jesus Christ are strewn across the floor of the vandalized St. Zakharia chapel in South Sumatra on Thursday morning.
Britain Diver Rich Horner filmed himself swimming underwater at Manta Point, Nusa Penida in Bali, highlighting the problem of plastic.
He said he had “never seen [a cloud of plastic] anything like on this scale.”
People’s Republic of China offers five-year visas to foreigners of Chinese descent will create havoc in Indonesia
PRC–Indonesia relations, which were formally reestablished in 1990, were nominally strengthened in April 2005 when Presidents Hu and Yudhoyono issued a joint declaration in Beijing establishing a Strategic Partnership. Mainland China has implemented a new visa policy beginning February that allows foreigners of Chinese descent to remain in China for up to five years.
The proverbs, No money No Honey, were unfortunately befitted Ian Whiteley, a 50 years old Englishmen pensioner. The Indonesian immigration officer has reportedly know that the poor man been staying for months on the Angke riverbank in Tangerang, Banten, while waiting to meet his Indonesian wife.
President Jokowi cancel out infrastructure job from Peoples Republic of China businessman to Japan companies
Amid major delays in his trademark infrastructure program, Indonesian President Joko Widodo is working to strengthen ties with Japan in hopes of building a legacy ahead of the 2019 presidential election. China fails to deliver the results the Indonesian leader needs to show voters.