When stories are told about the Indo experience, the choice of time and place is obvious. The camps are likely to remain central.
Even so, I would like to see more material about the diaspora. Vaders van betekenis has some very interesting passages about the postwar struggles. How has the diaspora been so successful? What has it been like for the younger generations? Comedy might be suitable for telling such stories about the ups and downs of business, being constantly mistaken for other ethnic groups and so on.