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Indonesia, as the world's most populous Muslim country, has a long history as a tolerant and pluralistic society.
But controversial new anti-pornography legislation has sparked debate across the nation.
The law criminalises all public acts and material capable of violating community morality.
But critics say the legislation is too vague, overlaps existing legislation and tramples local customs in a country of ethnic, religious and cultural diversity.
This week, 101 East travels to the holiday island of Bali to ask if Indonesia can succeed in enforcing a new moral tone across its vast archipelago.