Celebrating Larung Sesaji with offerings and giving thanks to the sea. Cilincing, North Jakarta, Indonesia. There is a tradition, known as Larung Sesaji, in the Fisherman’s Village
An art exhibition featuring, “The Great Voyage of Taiwanese Plants” and “Lee Chien-Lang’s Solo Exhibition” on paintings of ancient architecture. The Chang Yung-Fa Foundation under
A short interview with a local resident and life in Maura Baru, North Jakarta. Rising sea water due to climate change
Dr. Zulkarnain, Head of Research shares the innovation of FAD booster technique tested in Pelabuhan Ratu, Sukabumi, West Java. Indonesia’s IPB
Trapped in poverty.
11 Chinese dams upstream are wrecking havoc on local communities’ livelihood and the environment.
Gay seafarers are working hard despite facing discrimination onboard vessels.
A hard life got harder after his wife died.
https://youtu.be/NXFf4pFKGGQBy Rene AcostaTwo Chinese Coast Guard vessels attacked with water cannons two Filipino boats chartered by the Philippine military to bring supplies to its troops
Officials going all out to ensure Filipino seafarers remain first choice of shipowners.
To be homeless in the Philippines is to be largely helpless.
Grounded Filipino seafarers still face rough conditions on land.
A story of the family members that are left behind.
Advocating for ethical business practice.
A clean culture is important to attract customers.
Getting to know the Xi regime.
The impact is like something never seen before.
A North Korea-flagged ship, Wol Bong San, previously accused of illegal transshipment, was spotted near the Busan Port and the
After so much debate, the controversial Management Level Courses (MLC) for seafarers in the Philippines has been reinstated. Filipino seafarers and
Persecution and killings of journalist.
Rounding out the year is an increase in motor vehicle theft in Surabaya City. According to the Surabaya Police, in