A Warrior

A WARRIOR Photo courtesy of Damon Wilder A warrior can be fully trusted, because he will never deceive those who have believed in him. A warrior reassure others by his

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6 Major Events in Indonesian History

Published on Gili Life 1. Eruption of Mount Toba Occurred between 66,000 and 77,000 years ago, this is the Earth’s largest known eruption, which almost totally wiped out the human

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Electricity, a precious resource

With a population of over 250 million, a fast-growing economy and a unique geography, in Indonesia the challenge to meet the growing demand in electricity is tough.

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Merdeka! Indonesia Independence Day

MERDEKA! INDONESIA INDEPENDENCE DAY Published on Gili Life On August 17, 2015, Indonesia celebrates its 70 years of independence. In these seventy years, Indonesia has made amazing progress, becoming a

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Ex-Moi – A house belongs to who lives in it

A HOUSE BELONGS TO WHO LIVES IN IT Stories of Migration   Published on Medium and on billionBRICKS After 7 years of neglect following the 2006 Turin Winter Olympic Games,

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The Ambiguity of Being a Local – Stories of Migration

CITY LAYERS or THE AMBIGUITY OF BEING A LOCAL Stories of Migration     Published on Medium and on billionBRICKS     Each city receives its form from the desert

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A Roof Over Your Head or Ground Under Your Feet

 A ROOF OVER YOUR HEAD OR GROUND UNDER YOUR FEET The Adventures of Maggie Mee The higher your structure is to be, the deeper must be its foundation. Saint Augustine

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Haze Times

    HAZE TIMES The Adventures of Maggie Mee     Fog had invaded the city, a thick, opaque fog, which engulfed things and sounds, flattened distances into a space

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Prigionieri nel proprio Mondo oppure l’Ambita N95

  PRIGIONIERI NEL PROPRIO MONDO – L’AMBITA N95 Le Avventure di Maggie Mee   “La nebbia aveva invaso la città, una nebbia spessa, opaca, che involgeva le cose e i

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Segnali di Fumo

  SEGNALI DI FUMO Pubblicato su La Stampa  Non è la prima volta che spessa nebbia copre i luccicanti palazzi di Singapore, lasciando nell’aria un fastidioso odore di bruciato. Nonostante

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