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Not sure who to credit for this one. Let me know if it’s you. 

Not sure where this originates, but it’s doing the rounds. A terrible example of Indonesia’s rampant property rights abuse, or a reflection of Indonesian-ness? (For non-Bahasa speakers, just say the first word quickly. The second means coffee, not, in this case, copy. Although that would have been more apt.)

(This guy has a picture of the same stall, which he says is in Malaysia.)

Actually Starbucks has branches elsewhere. Like this one in Aceh from a couple of years ago:

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