- Aldi Suganda, now 8, has recovered from a smoking and eating addiction
- Millions of Indonesian children ages 10 to 18 continue to smoke, putting their health at risk
But this boy has a tumultuous past and a reputation that precedes him, having undergone a recovery most children will never face.
Six years ago, Aldi Suganda, also known as Aldi Rizal, was a 2-year-old chain smoker addicted to cigarettes, smoking packs each day. “It was hard for me to stop,” he said. “If I am not smoking, my mouth taste is sour and my head feel dizzy.