The journey of Kampung Akuarium | New Straits Times

Why live in one of the world’s most populated capital cities if you continue to get evicted because the local government says you are occupying its land illegally?

17/9/2021 7:45:00 PM

NSTopinion The restoration of Kampung Akuarium can be an example for efforts to restructure villages with similar problems, especially in a city as dense as Jakarta, which has 10.5 million inhabitants.

Why live in one of the world’s most populated capital cities if you continue to get evicted because the local government says you are occupying its land illegally?

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