What fascinates you when you visit Indonesia? Is it the beautiful scenery, the culture, foods or the rest? If you stay for a while, maybe what happens on the road will draw your interest, like it did for Philip Chan, a participant of Australia Indonesia Youth Exchange Program (AIYEP) 2014 who recently spent time in West Sumatra.
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Acid rain wipe out
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Eyes on top spot
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Fewer days with bigger waves
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Will there be a site to see?
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China’s third revolution?
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The language of signs
Radio National | There is no universal signing system and each one challenges our ideas about language.
Film inspires 'frontier tourism'
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