The history and tradition have all seem lost and forgotten in the last decade or so. Indonesian badminton seem to be buried and died in the sand desert. The last legend has also hang his racket. And the very few remaining warriors have come to their age. So the question lingers........what's in the future? I found some tables from an Indonesian site showing players from Indonesia on both senior and junior level top the table. You guys can have a discussion on that. I can only add that me personally seen (at last) a significant increase in the badminton activities on the ground level. Local tournaments are popping up everywhere, packed badminton halls. Even in a small town with population around 250K, there are more than 2 dozens halls which open every nites full of players. Clubs buying up their own halls and send their juniors to compete on provincial levels. Badminton ads on TV are more frequent than ever, led by conglomerate giant of Djarum group and their auditions entry. An effort to bring in talents across islands of Indonesia to one sacred training facility at town of Kudus. So many people over in Indonesia predict that the question of reclaiming their glory is not a question of if......its just a matter of time......what do you say??