The largest contingent of worshippers, more than 220,000 people, will not be doing the annual trip to Saudi Arabia.
International collaboration is an important part of today’s science and through our PAIR model we are actively attempting to create a level playing field.
‘I cannot move the lessons online’: Educators in remote Indonesia visit students one by one during school closure
“I cannot move the lessons online because the students don’t have a mobile phone or laptop,” she said, due to poverty and patchy internet connection.
“For the fan experience, Indonesia has been by far the best. Every stadium is full, 40,000-50,000 thousand every game, it’s really like playing in the Premier League.”
“For hundreds of years, we’ve been practising so-called self-quarantine. Long before the recent COVID-19 outbreak. We called it besesandingon.”
It seems that Indonesia will experiment with a new phase of life in three cities: Yogyakarta, Bali, and the Riau Islands. Some parties and observers still doubt its readiness.
“The virus knows no holidays, it doesn’t care if it’s Idul Fitri or not. Let’s not exacerbate the situation in Greater Jakarta” – Jakarta Governor
‘It’s a cat and mouse game’, says Jakarta traffic cop at the frontline of enforcing Idul Fitri travel ban
From discovering buses and vans used to smuggle people out of Jakarta to being scolded by angry drivers, this Ramadan has been a challenging month for Sutimin and his team.
They no longer only see race as their sole identity. They are becoming more and more critical of intersectional identity, incorporating class, privilege, gender, and sexual orientation.
Indonesia’s wildlife markets are “like a cafeteria for animal pathogens,” but they have resisted efforts to close even as China has shut its own markets over coronavirus fears.
In between his shifts as a barista at a café in Bali, Kadek earns extra money by working as a tattoo and sketch artist.
“The challenge will always be to convince our clients that what they see on their laptop is a good, if not great, representation of the real artwork.”
The project will investigate activities including traffic flow, electricity use, urban and household behaviour, use of parks and public spaces and air quality.