Standing at the hilly side of west Dili, overlooking the beautiful coastline of Tasitolu is the six meter tall bronze statue of the late Pope John Paul II. Erected in June 2008, some might wonder on the significance of the late Pontiff on East Timor and why a statue is deserved to be erected facing […]Read more "Remembering a Significant Visit of Pope John Paul II, Tasitolu, Dili, East Timor"
The term “freedom of expression” could not be more appropriate to describe what Arte Moris is all about. Taking the most important word for each and every Timorese, “Freedom” in all ways and forms has not been easy for one of the world’s youngest nation. The 25 years of tumultuous Indonesia military occupation had lead […]Read more "“Freedom of Expression” at Arte Moris, Dili, East Timor"
Nothing is easy in East Timor. The expensive flights that is hard to come by. To reach the country you need to travel all the way to Bali, spend a night over there and catch the next day one and only flight via Merpati Airlines. It feels like you traveled half way across the world […]Read more "Introducing Dili, East Timor (Timor Leste)"