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(From The Jakarta Post)
from THE JAKARTA POST -- FRIDAY, MARCH 30, 2007 -- PAGE 20 Sitting around a table in the living room of a cozy, neat house on campus at Gadjah Mada University (UGM), five Norwegian students are engrossed in serious work
Each student has an open laptop in front of them, at one time holding a serious discussion, at another simply leaning back in their chairs or busy typing on their laptops
In another corner of the house, two other Norwegian students were having an in-depth conversation with two young Indonesian while three other Indonesians worked in a separate room
"The students are preparing literary surveys and interview guidelines for their next week's data gathering activities," supervising professor Stein Kristiansen of Norway's Agder University College told The Jakarta Post during a recent visit to Rumah Norwegia -- or Norway House
Kristiansen, a facilitator and researcher at Rumah Norwegia, has been in charge of the House's activities since its establishment, and said the center …