Island Morning | Feb 12, 2013 | 6:25
PEI spuds to Indonesian chips - Tyler Colbourne
A Canada World Youth group that spent time in Charlottetown this fall is now volunteering in a small village in Indonesia. Nine Canadians ranging from 18 to 25 are living with Indonesian families in a village in West Java. Nine Indonesians, who spent time here in PEI, are with them as well. One of the projects they're ALL working on has to do with branding and marketing an Indonesian version of potato chips. Tyler Colbourne is from the Annapolis Valley and he's the project supervisor.