Running the world’s largest Muslim city is tricky. Especially when you’re Christian.: "Running Jakarta is no job for the timid. The Indonesian capital’s traffic is hellish. Many officials are on the take. And much of the city’s population — nearly 30 million people if you count its environs — is fed up with government dysfunction.
But these challenges are compounded for Jakarta’s governor, a feisty civil servant nicknamed Ahok. As a minority, he must also contend with a toxic wave of racial and religious
biennium: Word of the day for November 25, 2017 - biennium , *n* : A period of two years. Today is the eve of the closing of the 2017 Venice Biennale.