Young people learn how to deal with trash
Luh De Suriyani
The Jakarta Post
PREMIUM Eka Dharmartha told a beautiful story about a seagull and its friend trying to hunt for food in every corner of the crowded city of Denpasar. The two best friends tirelessly sought leftovers along the banks of the river, on the city's streets and even along the white, sandy beach. But, they found nothing but piles of smelly garbage scattered everywhere in the city. The story was based o...
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