Chinese papers attracting younger readers
The Jakarta Post
PREMIUM Eight years ago, when local Chinese newspapers began emerging in the city, it was hard for them to attract writing contributions from their readers. Over time, however, things have changed, albeit only a little. "When I set up a page publishing writing from children and youths, I had to ask my own grandchild to write something just to fill the page," said Bambang Suryono,...
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