While schools around the world held their classes online during the pandemic, teachers at a primary school in Surakarta, Central Java, had only a lo-tech option to turn to: walkie-talkies.
For thousands of years, the Marapu people on the Indonesian island of Sumba have engaged in Pasola, a ritual of sometimes fatal spear-throwing to celebrate the annual arrival of sea worms.
Jatiwangi, in Indonesia, has for many years been known for its clay roof tiles. But with the industry in decline, a bodybuilding competition for tile makers is now held every year to promote the fading trade to young people.
Indonesians have increasingly turned to Korean television dramas such as The World of the Married and Crash Landing on You for relief from the tedium of enforced isolation, but some have trouble separating fiction from reality.
US troops landed on Morotai island in Indonesia in 1944 to end Japanese occupation. A local man, Muhlis Eso runs a heritage museum on the island displaying relics he has found from the war years.