What does it mean (take?) to be an Indonesian?
Do I have to speak in Bahasa Indonesia to be an Indonesian?
Do I have to act like other Indonesians?
Tell me. Please.
(Is nationalism that important? I don't know.)
A few years ago, when I was still living in Canada, I had a similar conversation with a friend of mine, but at that time we were discussing "being a Canadian." I think it was tougher because the similarities between Canadians and Americans. (I know that Canadians don't like being associated with Americans. Ha ha ha)