When the world will be blessed by the return of Paradise stream
Paradise Stream, a waterway that passes through Indonesia’s Java Sea, is an important waterway for Indonesia’s fish industry.
A few years ago, it was the source of a big spill, killing hundreds of fish.
The stream was then closed for a year after a tanker broke the pipe and leaked hundreds of gallons of oil into the sea.
The Indonesian government decided to reopen it again, in June, with a different tanker.
It reopened the stream in October and has been serving fish for several weeks.
So far, the flow of fish has been great, according to Indonesia’s fisheries minister, Tan Sri Mohamed Jadhav.
Fish have been getting bigger and bigger.
But this is just a temporary fix.
Indonesia’s economy is struggling.
Indonesia is on track to be the world’s sixth-largest economy in 2021, according a report by the World Bank.
Indonesia also plans to become the third-largest exporter of oil by the end of the decade.
That will mean the need for fish to come back into the waterway.
It is an opportunity for fish growers.
“This is a good opportunity for us to get back in the fish business and also for the fish farmers,” said Nari Pudan, the head of the Indonesian Fish Growers Association.
“We have been growing fish on the sea side of the island, but we were not getting much money from the fish growers.”
He hopes to sell fish in Indonesia this year, but he’s not sure how big a demand will be.
He said some fish farmers are already worried about their farms’ water supply, especially because there are many dams that are underwater, which can affect the fish.
“I am afraid that we will have to do something big to revive the fish,” he said.
He also said he was not sure when fish farmers would be able to return to their farms.
It will be tough for fish farmers who depend on the water for their livelihoods, and who will be worried about what will happen if fish farmers have to shut down their farms and return to fish farms.
“If the fish don’t grow, then the farmers will have nothing,” Pudun said.
But the country is also seeing a revival in the number of fish farms and the number and quality of fish in the water.
The country’s fish farm system, or kekkek, is a network of small farms in rural areas.
It helps to provide fish to restaurants and other local businesses, but it also gives farmers and fishermen a better living.
“The fish farmers can live a better life now,” Pang said.
The government is planning to double the number to 25,000 kekkes.
This will help to increase the fish in Indonesian waters and will help the country’s economy.
Pang also said that fish farmers could return to farms this year.
But he said he doesn’t know when they would be allowed to return.
“It depends on the time of year,” he added.
“There is a limit to how many times you can open the fish tank.”
The government has said that once the fish are harvested, they will be shipped to the market.
But Pang doesn’t believe that will happen.
“In the long run, they won’t be able sell it.
They will be taken out of the market and thrown into the ocean,” he told the Indonesian radio station, Yeni Yeni.
Pudin said he hopes that the government will change its stance and allow the fish farms to reopen.
“Hopefully, we can restore fish farming to a viable business,” he concluded.
This story was produced by The Hill’s China bureau, edited by Jessica J. Hynes.