Poems highlight love, struggles of migrant workers in Singapore


Poems highlight love, struggles of migrant workers in Singapore

KUALA LUMPUR (Thomson Reuters Foundation) – When night falls after her 14-hour work day, Indonesian domestic worker Deni Apriyani retreats to her room in Singapore and reaches for a pen to jot down her feelings, in poem after poem. “I usually write about my daily life,” the 27-year-old sai
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