Influx of Chinese Workers Irritates Indonesians
Second home visa policy provokes anger over potential Chinese influx
By: Muhammad Zulfikar Rakhmat
There is low-level but growing antagonism in Indonesia over the influx of increasing numbers of Chinese foreign nationals, especially after the government recently enacted a ‘second-home’ visa policy under which foreigners or former citizens can stay for five or ten years and carry out various activities such as investing.
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