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An environmental activist appear cleaning up a statue of the national emblem of Indonesia, the mythical Garuda Pancasila in Penataran temple in Blitar, East Java on Sunday (13/08). (Antara Photo/Irfan Anshori)

Pancasila: Soul of Indonesia

Participants in a flash mob performing traditional dances during 'Tunjukkan Indonesiamu!' ('Show Your Indonesia!') in Senayan, South Jakarta, on Sunday. The event was held to encourage the public to participate in Love Indonesia Culture Movement. (Antara Photo/Puspa Perwitasari)
Participants in a flash mob performing traditional dances during ‘Tunjukkan Indonesiamu!’ (‘Show Your Indonesia!’) in Senayan, South Jakarta, on Sunday. The event was held to encourage the public to participate in Love Indonesia Culture Movement. (Antara Photo/Puspa Perwitasari)
Students flying red-and-white national flags at a contest in Solo, Central Java, on Tuesday to celebrate the 72nd anniversary of Indonesia's independence. (Antara Photo/Mohammad Ayudha)
Students flying red-and-white national flags at a contest in Solo, Central Java, on Tuesday to celebrate the 72nd anniversary of Indonesia’s independence. (Antara Photo/Mohammad Ayudha)
Audrey Nathania Sumali, left, a member of this year's national flag-raising team, or Paskibraka, kissing the flag at the State Palace in Central Jakarta. President Joko 'Jokowi' Widodo appointed 68 young people from 34 provinces for the official ceremony to commemorate Indonesia's independence. (Antara Photo/Rosa Panggabean)
Audrey Nathania Sumali, left, a member of this year’s national flag-raising team, or Paskibraka, kissing the flag at the State Palace in Central Jakarta. President Joko ‘Jokowi’ Widodo appointed 68 young people from 34 provinces for the official ceremony to commemorate Indonesia’s independence. (Antara Photo/Rosa Panggabean)
Tourists taking a picture of themselves inside an old railcar near the Palagan Ambarawa monument complex in Central Java. The site, developed in 1973, has serves to honor Indonesian fighters who fended off an attack by Dutch troops after the declaration of independence on Aug. 17, 1945. (Antara Photo/Aditya Pradana Putra)
Tourists taking a picture of themselves inside an old railcar near the Palagan Ambarawa monument complex in Central Java. The site, developed in 1973, has serves to honor Indonesian fighters who fended off an attack by Dutch troops after the declaration of independence on Aug. 17, 1945. (Antara Photo/Aditya Pradana Putra)
Children participating in a race that involves carrying marbles on spoons on Monkey Island in Kupang, East Nusa Tenggara, on Saturday. This kind of competition is common during Independence Day celebrations. (Antara Photo/Kornelis Kaha)
Children participating in a race that involves carrying marbles on spoons on Monkey Island in Kupang, East Nusa Tenggara, on Saturday. This kind of competition is common during Independence Day celebrations. (Antara Photo/Kornelis Kaha)
Visitors look at a wall relief that tells the story of Indonesia's national heroes at the Palagan Ambarawa monument in Central Java. (Antara Photo/Aditya Pradana Putra)
Visitors look at a wall relief that tells the story of Indonesia’s national heroes at the Palagan Ambarawa monument in Central Java. (Antara Photo/Aditya Pradana Putra)
Happy citizens participating in a unique competition in Demak, Central Java, on Sunday to celebrate Independence Day. (Antara Photo/Aji Styawan)
Happy citizens participating in a unique competition in Demak, Central Java, on Sunday to celebrate Independence Day. (Antara Photo/Aji Styawan)

 

 

NOVEMBER 2017
URBAN INNOVATION
OCTOBER 2017
REGULATORY REBOOT
AUGUST 2017
DEFENDING PANCASILA