The government's plan to make a legal umbrella in the form of an omnibus law to improve the performance of the national economy seems to have triggered a debate in the community.
What is happening to the people of Indonesia? Several incidents early this year indicate the growth of a baffling phenomenon that has gained a rather large following.
An emplacement is a settlement built amid a tea plantation to accommodate tea pickers who cannot afford to buy their own homes. Such an emplacement has existed since the Dutch colonial era.
At this time of year, milkfish is considered to bring good luck, especially when served during the Chinese New Year celebration.
The government is preparing against the possible spread of the new coronavirus to the country from China. It has designated 100 hospitals to provide emergency treatment for suspected cases of the infectious disease.
The honeymoon period between investors and start-ups seems to have come to an end. Investors have changed their investment strategy and invest only in businesses with good prospects.
Next year, systematic and structured digital literacy education is targeted to enter classrooms to educate young people to be more resistant to the exposure to information manipulation in the digital age.
Less than 250 days remain until the 23 Sept. 2020 simultaneous regional elections (pilkada) that will be held across 270 regions in Indonesia: nine provinces, 37 municipalities, and 224 regencies (Kompas, 20/1/2020).
Without any plastic-use campaign, the women in Konawe have been using plastic to decorate the traditional conical boru hats of the Tolaki tribe. The plastic-adorned boru reflects the locals’ way to adapt and survive.
The period of growth and development of a start-up is relatively long. There is a period of time spent to acquire users and there is a time to increase revenue projection and to make a profit.