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I don’t know why I took so long to post this. Lol. Anyway, It was my off day when we decided to go to Timor-Leste famous tourist spot here which is the Cristo Rei. 131 kata lagi


Should Timor-Leste turn to Portugal?

Timor-Leste, the nation birthed out of a traumatic twenty-five year struggle for liberation from Indonesian occupation, remains one of Southeast Asia’s most vulnerable states. As Timor-Leste continues its long wait for membership in the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (a prospect that looks dim) it would do well to consider another less conventional option that has a higher likelihood of success: an enhanced relationship with Portugal including limited political unification. 1.534 kata lagi


Law and Language in Timor-Leste: Bridging the Divide

My article ‘Law and Language in Timor-Leste: Bridging the Divide’ has just been published in the journal Contemporary Southeast Asia (vol. 37, no. 3, 2015, pp. 206 kata lagi


Carnet de Passages en Douane

So I’ve been researching around – I mean surfing the information superhighway – for some ideas for a grand trip from Timor Leste to somewhere north and probably east. 78 kata lagi

Timor Leste

Early Childhood Development in Timor Leste

ROTARY Club of Gungahlin in partnership with Rotary Club of Dili and FOKUPERS, an NGO in Timor Leste, is developing an Early Childhood Development (ECD) program in TL. 354 kata lagi



In 2013 a wealthy American teenager killed four people in a drink-drive accident.  His defence lawyers argued that he was ill-equipped for real life due to his wealthy lifestyle.  1.862 kata lagi

Travel 2014-2015

Seeing Elisa Again

When I travelled to Timor-Leste earlier this year in February, I was told that I would never meet this woman again.  After spending my year sharing Elisa’s story, days which accumulated to thinking of her within my everyday tasks, I was determined to see her again. 966 kata lagi