Public Transportation
And the Jakarta Woman
Our newest columnist, Fedina Sundaryani, begins her essay series, "Jakarta and the Woman," with a discussion on Jakarta's public transportation that, unfortunately, has not been very accommodating to this bustling capital's many commuters – particularly the female ones. As a daily user of the system that still has plenty of room for improvement, Fedina shares her thoughts.
Author Fedina Sundaryani · Photo/Illustration Andri Nirmala
17/04/2014 · 31,493 Views
Fedina Sundaryani
Fedina Sundaryani is a budding journalist whose hobbies include reading, writing, baking and swearing. A craftswoman at heart, she hopes to continue creating for the rest of her life, whether it be through words or by needlepoint. 
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