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Not Seen Not Heard: Documentary for Indonesian Recovery

Not Seen Not Heard: Documentary for Indonesian Recovery This visually stunning site charts one man's journey to uncover what he claims is the poverty and destruction of the most remote regions of Indonesia. The site is set up as a virtual scrapbook and features videos, images, and a wealth of
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Not Seen Not Heard: Documentary for Indonesian Recovery


This visually stunning site charts one man's journey to uncover what he claims is the poverty and destruction of the most remote regions of Indonesia. The site is set up as a virtual scrapbook and features videos, images, and a wealth of information, from the perspective of the site's creator.

Zachary Shields

• Audio • Pictures and/or Illustrations


• High School Middle School

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