Asia Calling Program on 24 September 2016

For centuries, the women of the South Korean island of Jeju have helped support their families and communities by diving to the bottom of the sea.

Senin, 26 Sep 2016 10:58 WIB

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For centuries, the women of the South Korean island of Jeju have helped support their families and communities by diving to the bottom of the sea – holding their breath for up to two minutes, to catch and collect all kinds of seafood.  

Well this week we hear all the how the tradition of sea women is dying out, and why.

We also have stories from the transgender community in Indonesia and a rising gymnastics star in India. 

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