born is once event so I can understand why
born use past tense but how about
raised ? it's still happening until now I'm growing in Jakarta, isn't it ? why we don't use present perfect continous tense as it started in the past and still happening until now ?
Raised here is not past tense but a past participle, parallel with born, and indicating a simple past passive:
I was born in Jakarta.
I was raised in Jakarta.
We ordinarily use raise only for the period of your life when you are under the care of the parents or guardians who 'raise' you—that is, bring you successfully to adulthood. Consequently it is quite ordinary for adults to refer to their raising with a past-tensed verb construction.