A still from footage that emerged last month appearing to show the burial of sea of an Indonesian crew member of the Chinese fishing vessel Long Xing 629. Photo: Handout A still from footage that emerged last month appearing to show the burial of sea of an Indonesian crew member of the Chinese fishing vessel Long Xing 629. Photo: Handout
A still from footage that emerged last month appearing to show the burial of sea of an Indonesian crew member of the Chinese fishing vessel Long Xing 629. Photo: Handout

Indonesia urged to impose tighter rules for Chinese fishing vessel recruitment after seamen’s deaths

  • Some activists say a moratorium is necessary while Beijing and Jakarta probe the deaths of four Indonesians who worked aboard Chinese fishing vessels
  • Companies reportedly post job offers on Facebook promising attractive wages to lure unsuspecting Indonesians with little seafaring experience

Topic |   Indonesia
A still from footage that emerged last month appearing to show the burial of sea of an Indonesian crew member of the Chinese fishing vessel Long Xing 629. Photo: Handout A still from footage that emerged last month appearing to show the burial of sea of an Indonesian crew member of the Chinese fishing vessel Long Xing 629. Photo: Handout
A still from footage that emerged last month appearing to show the burial of sea of an Indonesian crew member of the Chinese fishing vessel Long Xing 629. Photo: Handout
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