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Dedy “Delon” Rahmanto found new meaning in his job as a clown after losing his mother to cancer. Learning from his own experience, Delon believes that laughter is the best medicine for those who are enduring physical pain or experiencing unfortunate events in their life.
In between gigs, Delon and fellow clowns at Aku Badut Indonesia (ABI) allocate time to entertain children with cancer, orphans, as well as children in disaster-stricken areas.
Urban Tales is a video series by The Jakarta Post that uncovers extraordinary stories, passions or causes among “ordinary” individuals in Greater Jakarta.