4° 0'15"S 122°37'49"E
Until 2015 Indonesia (and the Dutch, before independence) uprooted Javanese families and resettled them in less populated areas of the country. This fishing village outside of Kendari, Sulawesi, is composed of families 'transmigrated' in the 1970s. They scratch out a living from the local waters.
I spent a day in the village, ostensibly to meet a group of local women who'd established a small food processing business.