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Voicing Indonesia’s Silence on 1965 in The Hague

What Media Says

In this article: Leila S. Chudori

Written by Sie Yoe Lien, and was originally published in Jakarta Globe

Jun 07, 2015

The music and happy chatter next door seem to be a world away as Indonesian author and Tempo journalist Leila S. Chudori speaks about her novel “Pulang” (“Going Home”). In front of a hushed audience, Leila recalls that she had only heard that there was such a thing as Indonesian political exiles when she visited Paris in the 1980s. “There are thousands of Indonesian exiles in Europe, many in the Netherlands. And that’s not even counting their families,” Leila said. “That’s why I felt I should write about those exiled abroad and the political prisoners in Indonesia. They are closely related to one another.”

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