26 thoughts on “Broken in Angke, Jakarta”

    1. Thankyou. It has changed so much since the 70s, all high rise and very modern, except for the suburb of Angke, which is a challenging slum district in North Jakarta, but fascinating too.

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  1. When appliances are dumped in Jakarta, some people will savage them before reaching landfill. Then, they will disassemble and sell everything that works. That’s why there are so many scraps marketplace in Jakarta and major cities in Indonesia.

    We use products until they are no longer usable by any means.

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  2. I would have been hoping he had a new-old Sunbeam Oscar base after my 29 year old gem gave up the ghost… the new Cuisinart isn’t the same…

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