When it comes to discrimination & persecution, I believe that we must always listen to those affected too. Which is how I came to write about a story of my Uyghur friend, Anisa.
Lessons from South Korea’s 5.18 and 4.3
Recently under the 2019 May 18 Academy programme, along with 14 other human rights activists from around the world, I had the chance to visit Gwangju and Jeju Island, South Korea, where we learnt about some of the most significant moments in Korean modern history: the May 18 Gwangju Uprising in 1980 and the Jeju… Continue reading Lessons from South Korea’s 5.18 and 4.3
Trekking Rinjani 101
Hiking is all about preparation and being well-informed, so here’s some basic information and tips for a successful Rinjani trekking trip!
The Impossible Beauty of Mount Rinjani
Mount Rinjani is said to be the mighty abode of Goddess Anjani, a goddess so beautiful that her palace reflects her beauty. I found out for myself through an arduous 4-day journey.
Stranded in Switzerland
Getting stranded in Switzerland turned out to be one of the most precious moments of my life.
Mount Merbabu, the Mountain of Ashes
On Indonesia's Independence Day, my friends and I succeeded to stand on top of Mount Merbabu, Central Java.
Fun Facts: Filipinos & the Philippines
10 fun facts about the Philippines and Filipinos.