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Bringing back tolerance through arts, reading

What Media Says




In this article: Feby Indirani

Written by Sebastian Partogi, and was originally published in Jakarta Post

Nov 03, 2017

Historian JJ Rizal said the ancient kingdom of Sriwijaya, along with the neighboring port city of Barus in North Sumatra, possessed a strong intellectual tradition, which promoted open-mindedness and, in the end, became a flourishing international trade hub. The open-minded intellectual tradition also provided space for people from different religious.

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