Limited accessibility keeps them going
The Jakarta Post
Just like other urban women of her age, Dian Inggrawati Soebangil, 27, sometimes takes late night transportation to her home in Tanah Abang. She also loves to dance and designs clothes.
What differentiates Dian from other women is that she is hearing impaired.
“My parents raised me just like any other child. I went to public schools and university. I took part in competitions in da...
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