Fulca Veda is a freelance journalist based in Bandung-Jawa Barat, Indonesia. She works for more than 3 years as a researcher in university based socio-political press, also on charged for design and layout team at that time. With degree on international affairs and global transformation, Fulca was among the top scholar to analyse current events related to social movement, identity politics, eastern europe region, and asean-indonesia relationship. She is currently indulged in the discussion of migrant crisis in Europe, religion issues, and counter terrorism policy in Indonesia. Fulca is available to contact upon the request for cultural report & socio-political events (especially international affairs) in numerous Indonesia cities including Bandung, Jakarta, Surabaya, and Bali.
The Wall Published in Whiteboard Journal, May 4th 2017. In her open column submission, Fulca Veda highlights how the culture of boundaries have change for centuries. Through one of the most popular poem in modern literature, she tried to connect Robert Frost’ “Mending Wall” to understand the increasing chants of building walls by world leaders.