The Chinese New Year is inseparable from the attraction of lion dance performances, the strong aroma of incense in temples, the sweetness of Chinese New Year cakes, and other traditions.
Opponents say [the labour reforms] will harm worker welfare. “It give no protection to the future of workers, prospective workers and young people who will enter the workforce.”
Given the target of 99% of the population having access to electricity by 2030, the country must improve the sector’s resilience to climate crisis.
Indonesia presents USD280 billion opportunity for the private sector to invest in sustainable development, says Standard Chartered
The greatest opportunity in Indonesia is found in achieving universal access to electricity, as a USD147.5 billion investment opportunity.
Phil Jacobson was detained on December 17 as he was preparing to leave Palangkaraya, a city in Central Kalimantan province, a day after attending a meeting with an indigenous rights advocacy group.
Despite significant government attention to the issue, rates of child stunting remain stubbornly high in Indonesia. There is a stunting prevalence of 30.8 per cent, which makes Indonesia a high prevalence country.
Typically, millennials are seen as upper-middle class urban youth, but only 14.4 percent of millennials in Indonesia have any post-secondary education at all.
By 2040, we aim to achieve a plastic pollution-free Indonesia – one that embodies the principle of the circular economy, in which plastics will go on to have a new life.
Indonesia is set to overhaul its nearly two-decade old labor law as Jokowi seeks to transition the economy from a commodity reliant one into a manufacturing hub.
Despite being the largest Muslim population, Indonesia manages to avoid any major confrontation and play safely between conflicting countries in the region.
“For me (Chinese New Year) is a time to strengthen bonds with the family… Even though I have converted (to Islam), I can still show respect to my family, my tradition and my heritage.”
“Please keep Australian wastes in Australia and do not send non-recyclable waste to Indonesia, that will add more plastic waste problems in my country,” she told Mr Morrison.
Challenges like Indonesia’s inadequate infrastructure facilities coupled with a big income gap in its population throw up open significant opportunities for companies and investors alike.