JAKARTA -- Stepping off a helicopter and into the sweltering heat of Patimban, a deep water port a four-hour drive east of Jakarta, Indonesian President Joko Widodo seemed unfazed, barely breaking a sweat. Dressed in his trademark white shirt and dark slacks, he was doing what he likes to do best -- an impromptu visit, known in Javanese as "blusukan," to a region or town to learn from the locals first hand.
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