OLIVE-SKINNED INDONESIAN TRIBE HAS PIERCING BLUE EYES, BUT WHY?
Indonesia is a distinctive nation with about 17,000 islands in the Indonesian Archipelago. Regarded as the world’s largest island nation, it embraces a hodgepodge of cultures, 700 different languages, and a legion of mini-islands. Buton is one of these islands situated off the southeast coast of the Sulawesi peninsula. The term “Butonese people” refers to a variety of ethnic groups that live here.