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The Stories of The Pik Sin, Edi Londo, and Sylvia Saartje’s Families

Monday, March 14, 2022

Tempo compiled the tales of those who chose different migration paths. From one Chinese Indonesian family who went to the Netherlands and remained there, an Indo-European family who refused to leave, to a former KNIL soldier who left for the Netherlands and decided to return to Indonesia.

arsip tempo : 170116457874.

Edi Sumardi showing photos of his mother and father at his house in Magelang, Central Java, March 7. TEMPO/Shinta Maharani . tempo : 170116457874.

A BLUE perfume bottle stood in front of a screen in one of the rooms of Sophiahof Museum in the Hague, the Netherlands. The Pik Sin took along the bottle all the way to the Netherlands, and it is now kept by his son Lucas The. “The bottle is one of the items from my father that has remained intact. Most other things were broken,” The told Tempo on Sunday, March 6.

The Pik Sin was the first Indonesian who obtained a doctorate in astro


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