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Enda Nasution

Indonesian blogger, writer and engineer. Active as student activist during the Soeharto era back in 1998 he know found the same sprit of individualism and believes of unique voices of people in the blog medium to help each other.

Has been blogging since 2001, he was orginally from Bandung, West Java and currently living in Jakarta, Indonesia.

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20 September 2006

Thailand: Situation on the street

Thailand under military rule day one looks like a regular day here albeit there were fewer people on the street. Banks and schools are closed, and most of the offices...

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