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Early this month, a news report coming out of South Korea sparked furor across the archipelago.
The Indonesian Embassy in Seoul, South Korea, confirmed 14 Indonesian crewmen of Chinese ship Long Xin 629 had been sent home on Friday, May 8.
Police announced that it will investigate the alleged improper treatment by Chinese fishing vessels against Indonesian ship crews.
Indonesian Foreign Affairs requested the Chinese authority to conduct an investigation on work conditions aboard Chinese fishing vessels.
Chinese Ambassador for Indonesia said that the Chinese authority will take responsibility for the death of four Indonesian ship crews.
A video went viral after broadcasted by South Korean news channel showing body of Indonesian ship crew thrown out to sea from a Chinese fishing ship.
The Indonesian Ministry of Manpower postponed plans to bring in 500 foreign workers from China to Konawe, Southeast Sulawesi.
The arrival of Chinese workers in Kendari grabbed public spotlight amid the coronavirus pandemic that first emerged in China.
A resident of Kendari was arrested for spreading a video of 49 Chinese workers arriving in Indonesia with a narrative related to coronavirus.
Indonesian Ombudsman Commissioner blasted the government for permitting the entry of Chinese nationals to Indonesia amid the coronavirus crisis.
In fear of coronavirus, the Bekasi Health Agency requested the isolation of 14 Chinese workers who had previously traveled to China.
An elderly Chinese tourist infected with the coronavirus has died in France, Paris said on Saturday, becoming the first fatality in Europe.
One of the first Chinese doctors who tried to warn the world about a new coronavirus died on Friday from the illness.
The Indonesian Government has officially temporarily stopped the visa free policy for Chinese citizens.
Manpower Minister Ida Fauziyah said she will soon coordinate with the Chinese Ambassador to discuss the fate of Chinese workers in Indonesia.
The city of Yogyakarta will host the 15th Yogyakarta Chinese Culture Week from February 2 to 8, 2020, at the Kentandan Yogyakarta Chinatown.
Malaysia's health ministry said three more people had been infected with the new coronavirus, all of whom are Chinese citizens.
Ombudsman RI urged the government to temporarily ban Chinese workers and tourists from entering Indonesia.
The Jakarta government is working with a number of organizations to hold events for celebrating the Lunar New Year's in public spaces.
Bangka Belitung DPRD Deputy calls for the dismantlement of Chinese symbolism in public spaces to save the region from cultural colonialism.