Asia Calling program 28 October 2017

Indian villagers are protesting the world's second largest dam. Journalists remembered in Timor Leste, 42 years after Indonesian invasion. And South Korea's Buddhist nun-turned celebrity chef.

Sabtu, 28 Okt 2017 09:17 WIB

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Indian villagers are sitting up to their shoulders in water, in a dangerous protest against a massive dam that’s been 60 years in the making.

In Timor Leste, the memory of 5 journalists murdered during Indonesian invasion, 42 years ago, continues to inspire a new generation of reporters.

And later on the show, we catch up with a Buddhist nun in Korea who has made a name for herself as a celebrity chef. 

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