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The Sinking of Bedono

HIS vest bears an inkblot stain on its pocket. Yet every time he leaves the house for his round, Head of Bedono Village Mualipin never forget to put the tainted vest on top of his official uniform. This vest means something – it sends an important message. That afternoon, we stand at the end of a damaged bridge which cut the access that […]

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The Lost Handful of Heaven

People of the region whittled Kerinci Seblat National Park with a new road. They disobeyed restriction of Ministry of Forestry. Seven years ago, Kerinci Seblat National Park was a joyful forest. Trees grew lush. Their trunks covered by fungus and lush bushes. People who entered the forest, shall found thousand of leech, danced and ceroused […]