(1968) was born in Subang, West Java. He finished his studies at the faculty of Arts and Design at the Bandung technikon. Since 2003 he has worked as editor-in-chief of the Sundanese magazine 'Cupumanik' and writes columns for the daily newspaper 'Pikiran Rakyat' in Bandung.
Archive available for: Hawé Setiawan
Languages clash and mingle in the new country. Composer Jos Janssen put poems by the famous Sundanese author Ajip Rosidi to wonderful electronic sounds. The Sundanese journalist and editor Hawé Setiawan talked to Rosidi and the Sundanese/Dutch art historian Alit Djajasoebrata - who translated the poems into Dutch - about language, decolonisation and alienation of the mother tongue.