What the diaspora means for a small town in Sulawesi
MBA graduate from Gadjah Mada University
PREMIUM While the fourth Indonesian Diaspora Congress held in Jakarta on July 1, featuring Barack Obama as the keynote speaker, made headlines across mainstream and social media, a little-noticed gathering of Indonesian diaspora in the small regency of Pangkep, South Sulawesi, coincidentally took place on the same day. The gathering, called the Pangkep Diaspora Network (PDN), inspired by the national c...
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