Asia Calling Program on 13 August 2016

Indian activist Irom Sharmila ends her 16 year fast, but says the fight is not over. Thailand's new constitution. LGBT rights in Indonesia. Restoring cult classic films in Indonesia.

Senin, 15 Agus 2016 13:02 WIB

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There’s commitment, and then there’s commitment.


That’s what it took for Indian activist Irom Sharmila, who until this week had been on a hunger strike for the last sixteen years.


This week on Asia Calling we hear her incredible story, and why she finally decided to break her fast.


We’re also going to be hearing about the Thailand’s new constitution, LGBT rights in Indonesia, and restoring cult classic films from 1950s.


We have all that and more coming up on this week’s show.

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