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It was a usual busy afternoon at the warm, old house of Precious One handicraft foundation in Kembangan, West Jakarta. Although the employees got their hands full, cutting patterns and sewing to create educational tools ordered by a client, they exuded friendly vibe. The employees, most of them were a deaf community, have become used to the presence of media and visitors. The founder of the foundation, Ratnawati Sutedjo, was the one who created the bridge between their employees’ silent world with the hearing people.
This article was first published in The Jakarta Post paper edition on May 31, 2017.
(The Jakarta Post / Indah Setiawati)