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Anjani and Samuel meet after a day of school.
University of Sumatera Utara
I have to say that I was very surprised to see that there were almost as many female students as there were male students. I didn’t know such many women had access to education in Indonesia.
Actually, the number of women getting educated in Indonesia now exceeds the men’s rate (State, 2013).
Anjani and Samuel discuss culture shock while having dinner in a restaurant.
I really love Indonesia, but I have to admit that I am experiencing a culture shock right now. Indonesia is really different from Canada.
You’ve been here for three days now! So tell me Samuel, how do you like Indonesia so far?
Anjani and Samuel dicuss on a beach after visiting Sumatra.
Since the vast majority of Indonesians are religious, going to see a doctor is not everyone’s first reflex (Webster, 2013). People often seek healers’ help. They are known for curing with their spiritual powers.
I wish the majority of Indonesian population would be more educated about the powers of scientific medicine.
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