Aisyah Llewellyn reporting on the tsunami’s aftereffects in Lampung, South Sumatra. Teguh Harahap

Southeast Asia Dispatches — Episode 10

Author: New Naratif
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This week, Adam Bemma speaks to LGBT rights activists working to establish an advocacy network in Laos (00:50), Victoria Milko visits a peace park set up by the Karen ethnic group in conflict-embroiled Myanmar (09:15), Aidila Razak speaks to a trans woman who left her home country of Malaysia to seek asylum in the UK (17:26), and Aisyah Llewellyn talks about her experience covering the December 2018 tsunami from Lampung in South Sumatra (26:01).

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