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from THE JAKARTA POST -- THURSDAY, DECEMBER 18, 2008 -- PAGE 29 Christmas is a special day for pine trees, since it's the only time of year that they're allowed inside the house.
Yet, the efforts to cover the trees with colorful lights, silvery balls and other glowing things is as important as the whole meaning of Christmas for some.
You'd be surprised at just how big the pine trees can be in big malls -- usually watched over by guys wearing black and green stockings, whose employer is often clad in a red and white suit and laughs a lot. Even so, there seems to be a consensus of what people should actually do at Christmas, formed by tradition, and quite …