Tari, one of four Indonesian workers followed in the award-winning documentary Help is on the Way, at a cafe in Taichung, an industrial city in Taiwan.Tari, one of four Indonesian workers followed in the award-winning documentary Help is on the Way, at a cafe in Taichung, an industrial city in Taiwan.
Tari, one of four Indonesian workers followed in the award-winning documentary Help is on the Way, at a cafe in Taichung, an industrial city in Taiwan.

Hardships of rural Indonesian women shown in domestic helper film focusing on Taiwan

  • Help is on the Way follows the lives of four Indonesian women workers either already working in Taiwan or training to go there
  • The director says he had not been aware of the difficulties these women dealt with, including bad husbands, greedy parents and manipulative male migrants
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Tari, one of four Indonesian workers followed in the award-winning documentary Help is on the Way, at a cafe in Taichung, an industrial city in Taiwan.Tari, one of four Indonesian workers followed in the award-winning documentary Help is on the Way, at a cafe in Taichung, an industrial city in Taiwan.
Tari, one of four Indonesian workers followed in the award-winning documentary Help is on the Way, at a cafe in Taichung, an industrial city in Taiwan.
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