Asia Calling Program 8 July 2017
Memories of martial law have disturbing resonances in The Philippines today. Climate change hits India's holy Ganges River. Kabul's border free school. Indonesia's zine scene.
Sabtu, 08 Jul 2017 14:26 WIB
From the banks of India’s holy Ganges River, we ask how climate change and melting glaciers are impacting this sacred place.
In The Philippines, we meet former priest turned human rights activist, whose memories of martial law have disturbing relevance today.
We visit a border free school in Kabul, Afghanistan.
And we take a look at Indonesia's zine scene.
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