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09.06.2013

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Best of Indonesia: thriving contemporary arts MP3

Indonesia's arts scene is much bigger, hipper, more diverse and more modern than you might expect, and one of Indonesia's most senior politicians wants you to know all about it. Source: abc.net.au

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