The force of the blast threw Rawnaq against the wall of her office at the Ministry of Justice. She instantly thought of her two children in the day care center just two floors below.
At Roslin Orphanage, children giggle through deep concentration as they try to master the “Chicken Dance.” It’s a far cry from the Indonesian orphans’ earlier months and years. “They are cheerful-looking and photogenic, but close to all have a very sad story,” said Budi Soehardi, founder of the West Timor orphanage.
Twenty well-behaved boys sit on the floor in two rows, quietly eating a humble lunch of flat bread, water and beans. Their hair is neatly combed and they are dressed in spotless Pakistani shalwar kamiz long shirts and baggy trousers