It is 1967. Anthony is going to the market. It is 9am. He is going to sell coconuts. He is carrying 10 small coconuts. He thinks, "It is quite heavy!" He is happy because he can sell his coconuts and get money. He will use the money for daily expenses and to give his wife. Anthony is Indonesian, he lives in Batam. He has 2 children, age 8 and 10. They go to school. Anthony is a good husband. He works hard to maintain the household. When Anthony reaches the market, he meets his wife, Mina. He says, "I have 10 coconuts to sell, can you help me?" And they go from stall to stall. Anthony and Mina introduce their goods to the stall owners. "Do you want to buy?" (from place to place). They feel happy when someone buys from them. They tell the stall owners that their coconuts are young, sweet and fresh. And they give them a sample to try. By 1 o'clock they sell all 10 coconuts and they make $10. They go and buy rice, chilli, vegetables, oil, salt, charcoal, and more coconuts. They are very happy.