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The Jakarta Post interviewed three couples of mixed racial, ethnic or faith background on how they overcome and embrace differences in their families.
This video also features a gay man, Gunawan Wibisono, who talks about how his family – which comes from the conservative town of Jombang in East Java – accepts his sexual orientation. (File/Handout)
This project is to celebrate International Day of Families on May 15.
(JP/Donny Fernando and Vela Andapita)