Even this month of love, somehow some people are still in the mood for mass protest; The Jakarta Police have called on the public to be wary of mass actions planned for Feb. 11, 12 and 15, the final date being that of the Jakarta gubernatorial election, The Jakarta Post reports. The police have received a letter from the hard-line group Muslim Peoples Forum (FPI) informing them that around 10,000 people would be hitting Jakarta’s streets this Saturday.
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This Thursday, come join me in this year’s first What’s New Jakarta Power Lunch at the new Correlate Restaurant, Mega Kuningan, 12 pm (noon) sharp for a wonderful luncheon specially prepared by celebrity Chef Juna Rorimpandey, only for 350,000 per pax. Inclusive of 4 courses meal and 1 refreshment drink. Please RSVP to [email protected]. See you there!
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Happy Valentine’s Day!