Indonesian social media users claim a boy on the country’s new 75,000-rupiah banknote, who is wearing traditional Tidung clothing, is actually in a Chinese costume. Photo: Facebook Indonesian social media users claim a boy on the country’s new 75,000-rupiah banknote, who is wearing traditional Tidung clothing, is actually in a Chinese costume. Photo: Facebook
Indonesian social media users claim a boy on the country’s new 75,000-rupiah banknote, who is wearing traditional Tidung clothing, is actually in a Chinese costume. Photo: Facebook
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Indonesia’s new 75,000-rupiah banknote coins another anti-China hoax

  • The note, featuring children in traditional costume, was launched to commemorate the 75th anniversary of Indonesia’s independence
  • But some social media users falsely claimed one of them was actually wearing a Chinese outfit, in the latest episode of disinformation targeting Beijing and the country’s ethnic Chinese minority

Topic |   Indonesia
Indonesian social media users claim a boy on the country’s new 75,000-rupiah banknote, who is wearing traditional Tidung clothing, is actually in a Chinese costume. Photo: Facebook Indonesian social media users claim a boy on the country’s new 75,000-rupiah banknote, who is wearing traditional Tidung clothing, is actually in a Chinese costume. Photo: Facebook
Indonesian social media users claim a boy on the country’s new 75,000-rupiah banknote, who is wearing traditional Tidung clothing, is actually in a Chinese costume. Photo: Facebook
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