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I'm Anda, born in Paris 51 years ago from Indonesian parents. My father came to Paris in 1948 to study history and linguistics. On the same year my mother went to London to study music.
I am the secretary of an association, Pasar Malam, whose ambition is to make Indonesia known to the French public through its culture in the broad sense of the word.
Next Thursday 4 December a member of the West Papua Presidium will make a presentation to our members. This does not mean that we agree with the speaker's views and positions. But we feel honesty compels us to inform our public with the situation in West Papua.
I was wondering if I could have the opinion of Indonesians other than the official one.
Thanks for your response,
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