Tempo English Weekly

Tuesday, September 12, 2017

Kiadan Plaga In A Cup Of Coffee

Made Jepa, a resident of the Kiadan Plaga customary village in North Bali, may not be particularly talkative. But when it comes to coffee, the 50-year-old has plenty to say, particularly to visitors who come to enjoy ecotourism there. Visitors follow Made as he tends to his 50-are plantation, where he plants arabica coffee, orange trees, and vegetables including cabbage, mustard greens and red pepper.

Visitors often ask…

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Monday, February 12, 2018

The Malady of Papua

Young coconut shell was on the lunch menu of Fransisca Patatcot and her son on Saturday two weeks ago. Sitting next to each other on the wooden porch of the Santo Petrus Paulus Church, Pulau Tiga District, Asmat Regency, Papua, they snacked on the coconut shell. When the coconut shell was finished, she began eating the husk.