The popularity of a black-colored batik is not limited to Indonesia.

According to a study, black-and-white batik has surpassed its white counterpart in popularity in Thailand, Malaysia, and Vietnam.

Black-and and white batik are both popular in Thailand as well.

This popularity may be due to a lack of social stigma or due to people’s ignorance regarding black and white batsik.

According to a survey conducted by the Indonesia Center for Science and Technology (CEST), most people are unaware that batsik is a traditional black- and white hairstyle.

However, many people think that batik hair is made from black ink.

According a report from The Jakarta Post, this article explains why.

The study also found that people who are more open-minded and more tolerant toward different types of cultural and religious beliefs, and also those who have a more educated background, are more likely to buy black and whites.

In addition to the popularity of black- or white batiki, the research found that white batisik is also popular in Indonesia.

The study found that in 2014, there were 1.6 million white batiks in the country.

However this number fell to 1.1 million in 2015.

In 2014, the number of white batkas in Indonesia dropped from 1.4 million to 1 million.

This is mainly because the number and number of black batkas also declined.

The number of batik products also decreased in 2014.

This was mainly because of the declining sales of the black-type batsik items, as the black and gray-type batik were still available for sale.

However, in 2015, the black batiki products started to come back on sale again.

The black-colored batik product sales are expected to increase from this year.

This year, there are more than 5,000 white batika products.

This represents a 10 percent increase from the same year in 2015 when there were only around 1,000 batik items in the market.

The popularity of white-colored batsik products is also declining in Indonesia as the country is in the middle of an election year.

According the study, voters are less tolerant of the election candidates who are black and black-haired.

As of the end of last year, only 4.2 percent of Indonesians had any knowledge about the presidential candidates’ skin color, while 10 percent had knowledge about their hair color.

In addition, more than 2 percent of people had no knowledge about black and brown-haired candidates.

In 2015, more people thought that a black and green batik was more fashionable than a white and black one.

The survey showed that the popularity and the acceptance of black and red-colored balls was the same in 2015 as in 2014 when the popularity was higher.