Orangutans In Indonesia Risk To Be Extinct If Clearing Of Their Habitat Is Not Stopped

Experts believe there are about 50,000 to 60,000 of the two species of orangutans left in the wild, 80 percent of them in Indonesia and the rest in Malaysia.

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Malaysia Experiences Shortage Of Maids As Indonesia Sets New Regulation

The number of foreign maids in Malaysia has dropped to about 220,000 from about 270,000 in 2008, according to the Malaysian Association of Foreign Maid Agencies.

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The Rural Poor Motivated To Tap Renewable Energy

With the advent of cheap solar panels and high efficiency LED lights which can light a room with just 4 watts of power, these small solar systems deliver useful electricity at a price that even the poor can afford.

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Indonesia Favors Bahasa Over English In All Schools

When Indonesian nationalist took independence from Dutch rule in 1928, it has chosen Bahasa as the national language out of the countless ethnic groups with different dialects and culture that Indonesia has.

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