Tempo English Weekly

Tuesday, January 10, 2017

Volunteer Teaching in Sarawak

Until she traveled to Sarawak, Malaysia, on August 2015, Palupi Mutiasih had no idea there were Indonesian children who could not locate the islands of Java or Sumatra on a map. Palupi spent three weeks at a community learning center (CLC) in Bukit Paninjau, a non-formal school for the children of Indonesian migrant workers.

The 21-year-old said she was also shocked at the learning centerís conditions. There were only…

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Tuesday, January 10, 2017

Human Bondage aboard Fishing Boats

Mualip showed Setiawan three video clips of his dead cousin Supriyanto, a few days before his family received his body on September 27, 2015. As if hypnotized by the visuals on his cellular phone, Setiawan asked Mualip not to show them to anyone. "I was worried that those pictures would upset my relatives, as Supriyanto"s body still had not arrived," Setiawan told Tempo, in early December a year later.