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from THE JAKARTA POST -- THURSDAY, MAY 19, 2011 It is a familiar sight. Soon after school is out, a group of high school students in South Jakarta go to a nearby stall to hang out, trade jokes, have some snacks and light up some cigarettes.
For them, lighting up is simple due to easy access to cigarettes and unavoidable peer pressure.
Fifteen-year-old Raka Adi said he started smoking as an elementary school student in the fifth grade and had been addicted ever since.
"I saw my brother lighting up and asked him to give me a cigarette. Now, I feel like there's something wrong if I don't smoke," he said.
Raka said he usually had one pack of …