Reading Time: 2 minutes In Indonesia’s rural communities, where laptops and internet access are sparse, classes are being taught over the airwaves
Reading Time: 3 minutes Laced with humour and tragedy, Suryajaya’s ongoing project reflects on his experiences of the last year, charting the erratic tempo of his psychological landscape
Reading Time: 3 minutes Along the coast of Jakarta, a wall attempts to keep the rising sea at bay. From within the city, groundwater pumping sinks the city. Calvin Chow spent a month on the wall, documenting a cautionary tale for other cities.
Reading Time: 3 minutes Growing up surrounded by oppression in a country where violent religious and ethnic clashes were commonplace and close at hand, Suryajaya was constrained by strict traditional and conservative values that condemned homosexuality. He needed to get out. He turned 18, alone, on a flight bound for the United States, leaving behind his family and his old life in Indonesia.