Antarina S. F. Amir: Beyond reading, writing and arithmetic
Alvin Darlanika Soedarjo
The Jakarta Post
PREMIUM When Antarina S.F. Amir first listened to a poem about a little boy learning how to draw on his first day of school, she was touched by its wit. The poem also helped her find her purpose in life. The poem, Flowers Are Red by Harry Chapin, tells an ironic story of a child who was taught by his teacher that drawing a flower in a colorful way was wrong. "Flowers are red, green leaves are gree...