Closer to Home: Indonesians Shift Towards Domestic Travels Amid Pandemic

Many Indonesians are listing domestic destinations as the places they would like to visit during the pandemic.

17 July 2020 | 11:47 AM


Honesty Is The Best Policy: Train Janitor Turns in $34,800 Found Under Seat

Despite the difficult times, train janitor Mujenih returned the money to the rightful owner who happened to be an elderly man.

11 July 2020 | 10:56 AM


Party Gone Wrong: Dangdut King's Impromptu Show Leads to Mass Covid-19 Testing

Rhoma Irama may face legal charges after his impromptu show lead to Bogor having to waste limited resources in Covid-19 tracing effort

06 July 2020 | 11:53 AM


New Writing Platform Empowers Refugee, Black and POC Writers

The Archipelago is a new online magazine and collective run by refugee, black, indigenous and people of color writers.

17 June 2020 | 08:35 AM


TCB Every Day: Pro Athletes Keep Side Hustle Going to Prepare for Retirement

Badminton star Jonatan 'Jojo' Christie is one of many Indonesian athletes who have started a second career as an entrepreneur.

15 June 2020 | 09:37 PM


You Might Be a Narcissist or a Psychopath If You Ignore Covid-19 Health Protocol

Research finds that people who are not complying with Covid-19 health protocols are likely to have "dark personality traits."

11 June 2020 | 09:56 PM


Emirates Issues Zero Tolerance Policy on Banned Species on Flights

Emirates will not carry banned species, hunting trophies or any products associated with illegal wildlife trade on its flights.

09 June 2020 | 11:05 AM


How Hampers Save Idul Fitri, and Breathe New Hopes for Small Businesses

A new trend for exchanging non-traditional hampers to celebrate Idul Fitri this year has breathed new life into struggling SMEs.

05 June 2020 | 09:01 PM


Jakartans Gingerly Take Steps to New Normal as Social Restrictions Are Relaxed

The Jakarta provincial government has released a schedule to reopen economic activities during June's transition period.

05 June 2020 | 04:28 PM


Another Victim of the Pandemic: Cultural Heritage Sites

According to Unesco, 89 percent of countries have closed their cultural heritage sites, causing millions of dollars in revenue losses.

25 May 2020 | 11:05 PM