The case set off morbid curiosity and made national headlines after Ms. Wongso was arrested in late January, three weeks after she and Ms. Salihin, both graphic designers, met with another friend at Olivier, the cafe, inside Indonesia’s largest upscale shopping mall.
Intrigued residents have flocked to the restaurant to sit in the booth where Ms. Salihin was poisoned, and to order the iced Vietnamese coffee that was the last thing she drank. The restaurant regularly runs out of the brew.
Here is the full NYT story. Can you use this as a classroom example of how the demand curve shifts out? And here is another way to firm up demand (NYT): “They have connections to more money than any of the galleries anyway…” — get the picture? The article is interesting throughout.