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SBS Vietnamese - SBS Việt ngữ
Bali chào đón du khách ngoại quốc trở lại

SBS Vietnamese - SBS Việt ngữ

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 6:11


Sau 18 tháng đóng cửa, phi trường quốc tế Bali đã mở cửa trở lại với hy vọng sẽ đón chào các du khách ngoại quốc. Chính phủ Indonesia hiện cho phép các du khách từ một số nước có thể bay đến hòn đảo du lịch nầy. Thế nhưng một số người cho rằng tin tức này không hẳn là một cứu cánh, vì du khách vẫn bị yêu cầu kiểm dịch và thị trường lớn nhất của Bali là nước Úc lại không có trong danh sách.

BBC Indonesia
Dunia Pagi Ini BBC Indonesia, Jumat 15 Oktober 2021

BBC Indonesia

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 14:58


Kepolisian di Indonesia didesak untuk menyelesaikan kasus petugas yang membanting mahasiswa secara hukum, tak sekadar dengan permintaan maaf.

The Coconuts Podcast
Fresh Tunes Friday: Behind the Back To The Middle EP, with Bryan Estepa | The Coconuts Podcast | Oct 15, 2021

The Coconuts Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 59:23


It's the start of Fresh Tunes Friday, where we showcase a musical guest every third Friday of the month. We kicked things off with Sydney's own Bryan Estepa, a Filipino-Australian singer-songwriter, who just released his Back To The Middle EP. What's it like recording music in lockdown? Listen in to find out!Other stories include:Indonesia finally confirms 19 eligible countries as Bali reopens to foreign tourism today | Come Saturday, Bangkok can stay out till 11pm | Man who murdered taxi driver was psych patient, once threatened mass shooting | Mounting calls in Indonesia to ban new Superman comic featuring bisexual character | Legoland Malaysia reopens theme park tomorrow | LOOK: Over 100 rescued by Philippine Coast Guard from floods due to ‘Maring' | Singapore Telegram channel attracts claims of vaccine magnetism | Let's go to the movies? Junta wants to reopen Myanmar's cinemasThe Coconuts Podcast delivers impactful, weird, and wonderful reporting by our journalists on the ground in eight cities: Singapore, Bangkok, Hong Kong, Manila, Jakarta, Kuala Lumpur, Yangon, and Bali. Listen to headline news and insightful interviews on matters large and small, designed for people located in – or curious about – Southeast Asia and Hong Kong.

BBC Indonesia
Dunia Pagi Ini BBC Indonesia, Kamis 14 Oktober 2021

BBC Indonesia

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021 15:01


Sejumlah pihak meragukan netralitas tim seleksi anggota penyelenggara Pemilu, setelah Presiden Jokowi mengangkat seorang stafnya sebagai kepala tim.

Scene on Radio
S5 E5: Jakarta, the Sinking Capital

Scene on Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021 41:30


Southeast Asia is especially vulnerable to storms, rising oceans, and other climate effects—though countries in the region did very little to create the crisis. In Indonesia, among other climate-related challenges, the capital city is sinking into the sea. Part 5 of our series, The Repair, on the climate emergency. Reported by Nita Roshita, with recording and production help from Hilman Handoni. Mixed by host John Biewen. Interviews with Bondan Kanumoyoso, Yayat Supriatna, Selamet Daroyni, Amalia Syafruddin, and others. The series editor is Cheryl Devall. Music in this episode by Lil Haydn, Kim Carroll, Chris Westlake, Lesley Barber, and Fabian Almazan. Music consulting by Joe Augustine of Narrative Music.

BBC Indonesia
Dunia Pagi Ini BBC Indonesia, Rabu 13 Oktober 2021

BBC Indonesia

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 14:58


Pemerintah Indonesia didesak untuk konsisten menerapkan sistem pencegahan berlapis demi mencegah kenaikan kasus Covid, ketika membuka Bali untuk wisatawan internasional.

TED Talks Daily (SD video)
A roadmap for young changemakers | Melati Wijsen

TED Talks Daily (SD video)

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 8:02


Activism is a tough job, especially for young people yearning for immediate change -- something climate activist Melati Wijsen has learned over ten years of pushing for environmental protection, starting at age 12 in her home on the island of Bali, Indonesia. How can young changemakers acquire the skills they need and keep from burning out? Wijsen offers three pieces of advice for anybody seeking to make lasting, sustainable progress.

TED Talks Daily (HD video)
A roadmap for young changemakers | Melati Wijsen

TED Talks Daily (HD video)

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 8:02


Activism is a tough job, especially for young people yearning for immediate change -- something climate activist Melati Wijsen has learned over ten years of pushing for environmental protection, starting at age 12 in her home on the island of Bali, Indonesia. How can young changemakers acquire the skills they need and keep from burning out? Wijsen offers three pieces of advice for anybody seeking to make lasting, sustainable progress.

TED Talks Daily
A roadmap for young changemakers | Melati Wijsen

TED Talks Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 8:02


Activism is a tough job, especially for young people yearning for immediate change -- something climate activist Melati Wijsen has learned over ten years of pushing for environmental protection, starting at age 12 in her home on the island of Bali, Indonesia. How can young changemakers acquire the skills they need and keep from burning out? Wijsen offers three pieces of advice for anybody seeking to make lasting, sustainable progress.

TED Talks Kids and Family
A roadmap for young changemakers | Melati Wijsen

TED Talks Kids and Family

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 8:02


Activism is a tough job, especially for young people yearning for immediate change -- something climate activist Melati Wijsen has learned over ten years of pushing for environmental protection, starting at age 12 in her home on the island of Bali, Indonesia. How can young changemakers acquire the skills they need and keep from burning out? Wijsen offers three pieces of advice for anybody seeking to make lasting, sustainable progress.

BBC Indonesia
Dunia Pagi Ini BBC Indonesia, Selasa 12 Oktober 2021

BBC Indonesia

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021 15:05


Epidemiolog memperingatkan pelaksanaan umrah adalah uji penanganan pandemi, karena jika tidak hati-hati, jemaah Indonesia bisa menjadi penyebab penularan Covid-19 di Arab Saudi.

Seattle Revival Center
ORIGIN- Re'shiyth | Darren Stott | Seattle Revival Center

Seattle Revival Center

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021 55:18


Title: Re'shiyth Series: ORIGIN Speaker: Darren Stott Date: October 11, 2021 CCLI Church Copyright License #2271707 DARREN STOTT Darren Stott is the Lead Pastor of Seattle Revival Center, a church located in the Newcastle/North Renton area, founded in 1955. He is a third-generation pastor and is licensed with the Assemblies of God. Darren has been a part of several community groups throughout the Seattle region, including: • Linking Shields/Jubilee Reach • Cascadia • Renton Ecumenical Association of Churches • Newcastle Chamber of Commerce • Board of Directors - Renton River Days Darren also teaches and serves on the Board of Directors at Destiny International School of Ministry. Darren is the Founder of Supernaturalist Ministries and has traveled throughout Indonesia, Germany, Ireland, Wales, Australia, and India, challenging people to embrace the call of God on their lives. He is a key leader in raising up a five-fold, counter-cultural body of believers that major in authentic community, empowered evangelism, seeking shalom/justice and cultural renewal. His greatest joy, outside of Jesus, is being married to Andrea and being a dad to Abigail Rose, Peter Joseph, Sophia Zoe, and Victoria. Follow on Facebook @TheDarrenStott

Get Rich Or Get Drunk Trying
Tax free living and the wealth plays of the rich w/ C.P.A. Carter Cofield

Get Rich Or Get Drunk Trying

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021 40:59


Tap in with Carter Cofield on https://www.instagram.com/cofield_advisor/ (Instagram) and his team https://www.cofieldadvisors.com/ (Cofield Advisors). Learn all of Carter's strategies to Tax-Free Living in his https://www.taxfreelivingbook.com/ebook47554345 (incredible e-book) The Get Drunk cocktail of the week is a Picante De La Casa grab the proper Soho House https://www.diffordsguide.com/cocktails/recipe/4723/picante-de-la-casa-soho-house-tonic (recipe here.) Join me in for the https://www.trovatrip.com/trips/indonesia-with-asia-abston-apr-2022 (Get Rich Girls Trip) in Bali, Indonesia! The book of the week is https://thegogiver.com/the-go-giver/ (The Go-Giver) by Bob Burg Asia's https://event.webinarjam.com/register/12/pg66rtn (Dream Life Dropshipping) FREE training Connect with us on https://www.instagram.com/getrichorgetdrunktrying/ (Instagram) and https://twitter.com/GROGDTPodcast (Twitter) Shop cool https://shopgetrichorgetdrunktrying.myshopify.com/ (merch) inspired by the podcast. Check out our sister brand https://electric87.com/ (Electric87.com)

Escuchando Documentales
Ancient Aliens (T7): : 4- Pirámides Ocultas #misterio #leyendas #documental #podcast

Escuchando Documentales

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021 41:16


Con la tecnología de satélites infrarrojos detectando pirámides ocultas bajo la arena en Egipto y sensores láser aerotransportados descubriendo pirámides perdidas hace mucho tiempo bajo las selvas de América Central, muchos creen que hemos entrado en una nueva era de la pirámide, una era de descubrimientos que estará marcada por nuevos descubrimientos inimaginables. Las excavaciones del siglo 21 también están revelando nuevos y fascinantes hechos sobre las pirámides que potencialmente podrían reescribir la historia. Los arqueólogos creen ahora que las antiguas pirámides en el Perú son más antiguos que las pirámides de Egipto y que un lugar megalítico recientemente descubierto en Indonesia se sospecha que esconde una pirámide escalonada construida por una civilización perdida hace 20.000 años. Pero ¿que puede explicar la aparente obsesión del hombre antiguo con la construcción de las pirámides? Los teóricos de los antiguos astronautas creen que el fenómeno de la pirámide por todo el mundo no es una coincidencia, pero sí la evidencia de que los primeros habitantes de la Tierra pudieron haber tenido ayuda de extraterrestres en su construcción.

Daily Bible Reading Podcast
My favorite Bible verses of 2021

Daily Bible Reading Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021 16:34


I hope that it will be interesting to you to share 14 verses that rang a bell for me this year. In collecting these verses, until recently I didn't plan on sharing these with you. Rather, this is more like letting you see verses I wanted to use to preach to myself. Stay tuned at the end. I would like YOU to share your favorites with me! Random:GW'20 Proverbs 29:2 2 When righteous people increase, the people ⌞of God⌟ rejoice, but when a wicked person rules, everybody groans. I've heard many groans this year. Remember, by the way, that when the nations of Israel and Judah sinned, one way that the Lord repeatedly punished them was by giving them bad kings.   GW'20 2 Chronicles 26:16 16 But when he became powerful, his pride destroyed him. … My thought here is that some things have gone well in my life and ministry this year. But I pray that I can avoid pride, because it is such a trap and so dangerous. How King Uzziah must have regretted going into the temple to burn his own incense during all the remaining years of his life, excluded from visiting the temple, living in a separate house, and receiving reports of how his son was ruling in his place!   PCF Ecclesiastes 10:1 1 One dead fly can make a whole bottle of perfume stink. Even so, a little foolishness can outweigh great wisdom and honor. I am at the place in my life where I want to finish well. I want to leave behind a good smell (so to speak) when people remember me. The word ‘foolishness' in Proverbs refers to bone-headed refusal to obey God. The last thing I want to do is to mess up at the finish line. A little stupidity at the end can leave a stench that obliterates a God-honoring testimony.   GW'20 Proverbs 14:14 14 A heart that turns ⌞from God⌟ becomes bored with its own ways, but a good person is satisfied with God's ways. When I struggle with impure thoughts, it helps me to think that if I gave myself up to follow the cravings of my lower nature, my joy in that kind of a lifestyle would last about 10 minutes. Boredom would come so quickly, and eventually I am sure I would repent. But the resulting wound of remorse in my heart would never totally heal.   Faith: PCF/GW Proverbs 23:17-18 17 Do not envy sinners in your heart. Instead, continue to fear the LORD.18 There is indeed a future for you, and your hope will not be crushed.   I picked this verse to use in preaching to myself. I don't often envy sinners, but just the good fortunes of others. A powerful thing to remember when tempted to envy or lust is that I have a really fantastic future promised by God. The hoped for outcomes there are safe, in that place where moths and rust don't ruin things. Don't look back. Keep looking forward! The next verse tells us what we are gazing at.   PCF/NLT 1 Peter 1:8-9 8 You love him,even though you have never seen Him.And even though you do not see Him,you believe in Himand celebrate with glorious joythat goes beyond anything words can say, 9 since you are receiving the proper goal of your faith,namely, the rescue of your lives.   Love Him. Don't forget your rescue, and the privilege you have in knowing Jesus through all of God's Word. Keep hold of joy! PCF/GW Matthew 12:39 39A He responded, “The people of an evil and unfaithful era demand miraculous signs. …   There is a reason why the Lord gives miracles sparingly. Miracles may help give someone's belief an initial nudge, but miracles never grow mature faith. People who seek to go from one miracle to another (if the Lord permits that to happen) continue to need to be spoon-fed. Most of the heroes of faith in chapter 11 of Hebrews did not receive what they trusted God for. They developed a faith that could stand any test Planning: NET Luke 14:28 28 Which of you, wanting to build a tower, doesn't sit down first and compute the cost? …   This verse is leading up to Jesus' teaching about counting the cost of being his disciple. However, let me make a tangential point: Some people have gotten the idea that Christians shouldn't plan anything, but just be led by God without planning. I believe that this is totally false. A parent doesn't want to always have to tell his child to take a bath or to go to bed. God wants his children launched into this world prayerfully making their plans and moving ahead to complete them.   GW'20 Proverbs 16:3 3 Entrust your efforts to the LORD, and your plans will succeed.   Read that several times. So I ask you: What will happen if you don't make any plans? It's a good idea to pray! NET/PCF Matthew 7:11 11 If you then, though you are so sinful, know how to give good gifts to your children, just think how much more your Father in heaven will give good gifts to those who ask him!   So I ask again: What will happen if you don't ask God for good gifts? (And by ‘gifts' I mean the answer to prayers about plans you have made for glorifying God in your life.)   This is like  NET Matthew 7:7 7 “Ask and it will be given to you; seek and you will find; knock and the door will be opened for you. I'll pause in order for you to answer out loud. So what happens if you don't knock, don't seek, and don't ask?!   ESV Hebrews 11:6 6 And without faith it is impossible to please him, for whoever would draw near to God must believe that he exists and that he rewards those who seek him.   This is the foundation for receiving what you ask God for in prayer.   GW'20 Matthew 6:6 6 Whenever you pray, go to your room and close the door. Pray privately to your Father who is with you. Your Father sees what you do in private. He will reward you.   After those other verses, I might as well follow the same pattern and ask: What will happen if you DON'T go into your private place and pray?  There is a big promise there that I don't want to fail to cash in on! Consider: We are going before the Almighty King of the Universe. Through Christ Jesus, we have the wonderful privilege to be able to appear before God the Father and make our requests. I take this verse literally and urge you to do so also. That is, actually go into a private room, actually close the door. Realizing that you are entering the throne room of God, do what people did throughout the pages of the Bible: Humble yourself and be reverent! Get down at least on your knees (if you are physically able to do this) or even bow down lower. Pray. Then rejoice in that promise.   ESV/PCF Psalms 145:18 18 The LORD is near to all who cry out to Him, to all who cry out sincerely.   The ESV says, ‘to all who cry out in truth.' To me this means that we will not be just going through the motions, saying the right words, but not really meaning them. This is why I translate ‘in truth' as ‘sincerely'. Sincere prayer is also believing prayer, like James 1 tells us.  I wrap up all that I have shared with this verse, Eccl 12:11. The ‘wise advisor' in this verse is Solomon, and definitely not me. However we can extend the idea to the Lord being the wisest advisor. The translation of this verse is my translation of how this verse comes out in the Plain Indonesian Translation.   PET Eccl. 12:11 The teaching of a wise advisor is like a shepherd's stickthat is used to guide and direct his sheep.May every saying given by this advisor and shepherd be nailed into the mind of every learner and guide them in living rightly. Please pray for my visa to Indonesia to be granted, so that I can go there on November 2. If it is granted, I will need to quarantine for eight days in a hotel before being released to live like I normally do in Jakarta. Exciting things are happening there with the use of the Plain Indonesian New Testament.   Sometime before the end of the year I want to publish a podcast with YOU reading your favorite verse from this year. Here's what to do: Use a voice recording app on your phone to record your favorite verse. Then say something about why that verse spoke to you. Try to limit your explanation to 3-5 sentences. I recommend going into an echo-free room, like maybe your clothes closet, and hold the phone away from where it will catch explosions of air when you say some words. Send the audio file to me at phil.fields@pbti.org.   May the Lord bless you ‘real good'. Phil

BBC Indonesia
Dunia Pagi Ini BBC Indonesia, Senin 11 Oktober 2021

BBC Indonesia

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2021 15:20


Pemerintah Indonesia didesak agar mengaudit proyek Kereta Cepat Jakarta-Bandung, sebelum mengeluarkan dana APBN untuk mengongkosi proyek berbiaya puluhan triliun tersebut.

Janda Becanda - The Widow Jokes
Ep 079 - Humor sebagai Penawar Kesusahan dengan Publicist Ida Sudoyo

Janda Becanda - The Widow Jokes

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 9, 2021 37:54


Ibu Ida Sudoyo adalah contoh Single Mom yang bekerja keras untuk membesarkan ketiga anak-anaknya setelah bercerai dengan suami di usia relatif muda. Tante Ida, akrabnya dipanggil, bercerita tentang perjuangan nya untuk berpisah dari mantan suami yang hubungannya di pernikahan mereka dulu panas-dingin dan melalui banyak tantangan. Tante Ida adalah ibunda Dewi Beck, tamu Janda Becanda sebelumnya. Bagi yang belum liat episodenya bisa ditonton. https://bit.ly/JandaBecandaYT072 Karena diancam anak-anaknya mau dibawa lari suami, Tante Ida memutuskan kembali ke Tanah Air dari Australia di mana saat itu mereka tinggal. Cerita yang luar biasa perjuangannya setiba di Indonesia untuk mendirikan perusahan PR firm. Dengan modal semangat Tante Ida berhasil menjadi publicist kondang Indonesia dengan klien-klien besar internasional dan juga ABRI pada saat itu. Sungguh luar biasa. Inilah ceritanya dan beliau berpesan kita pandai-pandai mengasah kemampuan menertawakan diri sendiri and bisa melihat sudut baik dari suatu keadaan sebagai penawar kesulitan perjalanan hidup. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/jandabecanda/support

China Stories
[SupChina] The 1740 Batavia massacre of ethnic Chinese in Java

China Stories

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2021 12:33


The Chinese and Dutch in Java (now part of Indonesia) co-existed as long as the sugar economy thrived. But once global prices fell, troubles arose, culminating in a conflict that left more than 10,000 Chinese dead.Read the article by James Carter: https://supchina.com/2021/10/06/the-1740-batavia-massacre-of-ethnic-chinese-in-java/Narrated by John Darwin Van Fleet.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

AskBRStv Live Podcast
What's Scarier Than Indonesia and Fiji Shutting Down?

AskBRStv Live Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2021 54:32


This Week in Reefing: Ryan and Randy discuss what the saltwater aquarium hobby might look like if the top coral harvesting locations were to shut down. Could the reef keeping hobby survive? Could we be self sufficient? Is there something we could do to help reduce the possibility of losing wild coral collection? Recorded Live on the BRStv YouTube Channel on 10/7/2021Watch LIVE on YouTubeFollow us on Facebook, Instagram, and TikTokVisit BulkReefSupply.com

The China in Africa Podcast
China's Love-Hate Relationship With Coal

The China in Africa Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2021 52:06


If you're confused about China's stance on the use of coal, well, you're definitely not alone. This week, China went on a global coal buying binge in a frantic effort to put a stop to rolling blackouts that have afflicted millions of residents, factories, and businesses in at least nine provinces over the past several weeks.But just two weeks earlier, President Xi Jinping told everyone at the United Nations General Assembly that Beijing planned to phase out the use of dirty fuels as part of an ambitious effort to reach peak carbon dioxide emissions before 2030. And the President also said his government would halt the building of new coal-fired power plants abroad.So, China is doubling down on coal at home while abandoning the dirty fuel abroad?Rishikesh Ram Bhandary, assistant director of Boston University's Global Economic Governance Initiative and a leading expert on renewable energy in BRI countries joins Eric & Cobus to discuss the complex, confusing role that coal plays in Chinese energy policy.SHOW NOTES:The Journal of Energy Research and Social Science: Banking on coal? Drivers of demand for Chinese overseas investments in coal in Bangladesh, India, Indonesia, and VietnamJOIN THE DISCUSSION:CAP on Facebook: www.facebook.com/ChinaAfricaProjectTwitter: @eolander | @stadenesque | @rishirbhandaryJOIN US ON PATREON!Become a CAP Patreon member and get all sorts of cool stuff including our Week in Review report, invitation to join monthly Zoom calls with Eric & Cobus, and even an awesome new CAP Podcast mug!www.patreon.com/chinaafricaprojectYour support of this podcast helps to keep the show on the air. Thank you!See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Quantum - The Wee Flea Podcast
Quantum 167 - To Boldly Go....Facebook, Culture Wars, Dominican Republic, Boris, the Church in Indonesia and The Silent Majority

Quantum - The Wee Flea Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2021 32:09


This week we blast into space with Captain Kirk; examine the Facebook Outrage; drug wars in Ecuador; Culture wars in the US; the Dominican Flag; What Really Happened in Wuhan?; Reporting abortion; St Andrews Uni goes American Woke; Boris Johnson's Speech; the Church in Indonesia; Searching for Yourself; and Paul McKenna's The Silent Majority. 

BBC Indonesia
Dunia Pagi ini BBC Indonesia, Jumat, 8 Oktober 2021

BBC Indonesia

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2021 14:58


Presiden Joko Widodo melantik lebih dari 3.000 warga sipil sebagai komponen cadangan atau Komcad. Pelantikan Komcad dilakukan saat undang-undang yang mengatur pembentukannya sedang dalam proses uji materi di Mahkamah Konstitusi. Organisasi masyarakat sipil yang menggugat undang-undang itu khawatir Komcad akan digunakan untuk menanggapi ancaman keamanan di dalam negeri, sehingga berpotensi menimbulkan konflik horizontal. Adapun pengamat militer menilai pemerintah tak perlu mengadakan perekrutan baru untuk Komcad.

Science & Technology - Voice of America
Indonesia Races to Protect Endangered Gibbons in Java - October 07, 2021

Science & Technology - Voice of America

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2021 3:45


Titans Of Nuclear | Interviewing World Experts on Nuclear Energy

1. Robert's early introduction to nuclear energy and thorium reactors  2. Robert's recent Wall Street Journal op-ed and the linear no-threshold hypothesis  3. A look at Thorcon's concept of building a small modular reactor (SMR) using shipbuilding techniques 4. Thorcon's plans to deploy an SMR in Indonesia

Centered in the City
Episode 98: Staying Centered as a Facilitator with Leanne Hughes

Centered in the City

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2021 33:55


During today's podcast, I speak with Leanne Hughes, international facilitator, speaker and podcaster about how she practices staying centered when facilitating. Leanne shares so many facilitation tips on how to manage nerves and manage energy levels when holding space for groups. She shares that most of the time, when we get nervous it is because we are trying to convince ourselves that we are worthy. However, all we need to do is get enough experience under our belt to work with self-doubt. Journaling and movement can also be a powerful tools to help reframe the internal dialogue. Take a listen to the whole episode and share your thoughts with us on Instagram @OneWade and @Leannehughes    Checkout my conversation with Leanne on her First Time Facilitator podcast: Episode 134: Virtual centering and well-being techniques for online meetings with Wade Brill   Are you looking for more ways to practice staying centered in this chaotic world? Head on over to Centered in the City and learn how building a sustainable mindfulness practice will support you staying grounded and connected to yourself instead of getting swept up in the noise of the world.    ***** Leanne Hughes is an international facilitator, trusted advisor and speaker who loves creating unpredictable workshop experiences, that predictably work. She combines her experience in Marketing, her passion for group dynamics, with her education in Psychology, to help leaders dramatically improve their project teams' performance. Based in Brisbane, Australia, Leanne has partnered with organisations all around the world (in-person and virtual) including Australia, Canada, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Mongolia, Papua New Guinea and Singapore and believes in a strengths-centred approach to learning and development.  She has over 14 years' of experience across a range of industries including mining, government and tourism sectors. She's the host of the First Time Facilitator podcast and was a finalist in the 2018 Australian Learning Impact awards for Learning Professional of the Year. Social Media LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/leannehughes/ Instagram: @leannehughes Twitter: @leannehughes Facebook: facebook.com/leannehughespage/

BBC Indonesia
Dunia Pagi ini BBC Indonesia, Kamis, 7 Oktober 2021.

BBC Indonesia

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2021 14:58


Pengadilan Tinggi London memutuskan bahwa penguasa Dubai, Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid al-Maktoum menyetujui peretasan telepon mantan istrinya dalam "kampanye intimidasi terus menerus", selama perebutan hak asuh anak-anak mereka. Pengadilan mengatakan piranti lunak canggih buatan Israel, Pegasus, digunakan untuk menyasar Putri Haya bint al-Hussein. Ia mengatakan ia merasa seperti dicekik, dan merasa tidak aman di mana pun ia berada. Pengadilan selanjutnya memutuskan anak-anak Putri Haya tinggal bersamanya. Sheikh Mohammed membantah tuduhan yang dialamatkan kepadanya. Sebelum berpisah, selama bertahun-tahun pasangan itu menjadi bagian dari kalangan atas di Inggris. Mereka sering bergaul dengan keluarga kerajaan.

Peggy Smedley Show
A Conversation about Waste

Peggy Smedley Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2021 15:00


Peggy has a very candid conversation about eliminating waste, saying plastic flows into the ocean are expected to triple by 2040, but if we take immediate action we could stem the tide by more than 80%. She shares two examples—one from Indonesia and one from Ghana. She also discusses: How each recognized a regional problem and are taking big steps to reduce waste with plastics in their area. What needs to happen next if we are going to solve our plastic waste problem. The importance of thinking local and acting global if we are going to make a difference. peggysmedleyshow.com  (740 - 10/5/21) IoT, Internet of Things, Peggy Smedley, artificial intelligence, machine learning, big data, digital transformation, cybersecurity, blockchain, 5G cloud, sustainability, future of work, podcast

WBBM Newsradio's 4:30PM News To Go
CPS reduces COVID quarantine time from two-weeks to 10 days

WBBM Newsradio's 4:30PM News To Go

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2021 7:12


Also in the news; a Chicago woman who was convicted of helping her boyfriend in her mother's murder on Indonesia's resort island of Bali is being released early from a 10-year prison sentence; a new hospital is set to open in the far northwest suburbs; the city council in New Buffalo, Michigan has scheduled a town hall meeting next week after coming to an agreement on new regulations for short-term rentals; and much more.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Winning In Asia: A ZoZo Go Podcast
John McElroy, Founder, Autoline TV: Where Is the Global Auto Industry Going And Which Company Will Take Us There Fastest?

Winning In Asia: A ZoZo Go Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2021 55:54


Born in Detroit, raised in Buenos Aires and San Paolo, teeth cut at the River Rouge plant, John McElroy is an auto industry insider par excellence. Since founding Autoline TV, John has cemented his reputation for knowing everything that matters and everyone who counts in the global auto industry. He and his team have engaged in conversation with hundreds of leading executives from America, Europe and Asia. In this episode, John shares his view on the most impressive automotive executives he ever met, how Detroit views threats and opportunities in China and which cars he would recommend to his best friend. #WinningInAsia / #ZozoGo https://twitter.com/Dunne_ZoZoGohttps://www.instagram.com/zo.zo.go/?hl=enhttps://www.linkedin.com/in/michael-dunne-a696901a/

BBC Indonesia
Dunia Pagi ini BBC Indonesia, Rabu, 6 Oktober 2021.

BBC Indonesia

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2021 15:00


Kalangan epidemiolog memperingatkan pemerintah berhati-hati menggunakan istilah penerapan “New Normal” yang akan diuji coba di Kota Blitar dan kemudian diterapkan di kota-kota lain dengan ketentuan PPKM level satu.  Alih-alih melakukan relaksasi hingga seratus persen, uji coba yang gagal kemungkinan membuat kasus kembali meningkat. Namun pemerintah menyatakan uji coba ini tetap menegakkan protokol kesehatan, dan pemantauan secara ketat dengan mengaktifkan kembali satgas protokol kesehatan, termasuk pemantauan mobilitas penduduk lewat aplikasi.

Vietnam Innovators
#7 Nguyễn Tường Huy, Regional Lead Growth Businesses Facebook in Vietnam, Philippines, Malaysia

Vietnam Innovators

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2021 35:33


Nguyen Tuong Huy, a German-born Vietnamese, is the Regional Lead Growth Businesses at Facebook with a focus on Vietnam, the Philippines, and Indonesia. Graduating with a M.A in Media Science from Philipps-Universität Marburg University and an MBA from IESE Business School, he used to work as a strategy consultant for big corporations such as Bain & Company, Booz & Company, and Delta Partners. He has empowered many enterprises to sustainably grow their business on Facebook and Instagram by applying his thorough understanding of MillenialZ's digital buying behaviors. He evaluated that Vietnam will be the top country where conversational commerce would sharply increase. To explore what conversational commerce is and why it would make a vital impact on business development, stay tuned for this podcast episode with host Hao Tran, CEO of Vietcetera.Connect with him at: https://www.linkedin.com/in/huyn1/Don't hesitate to leave any questions for host Hao Tran here: https://www.linkedin.com/in/haontran/ ELSA Speak is the world's smartest English pronunciation coach, powered by AI. The app can listen and pinpoint the exact errors in every single sound, intonation, rhythm and pitch as you speak, compare to a native speaker and give instant feedback on how to improve. All these feedback are fully automated using ELSA's proprietary speech recognition technology. With this virtual everyday English ‘personal trainer', you'll be able to speak with ease and confidence. Learn how to speak like our innovators by downloading and clicking the link in the description below!- link to install ELSA Speak app: https://vnelsaspeak.onelink.me/CAwv/Vietcetera- link to this episode study set inside ELSA Speak app: https://bit.ly/Vietcetera-Ep4 #Vietcetera_Podcast #VI #Vietcetera

Spoilers!
The Raid 2 (2014) - Movie Review! #382

Spoilers!

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2021 113:05


Stevie hosts Josh, Brett, Korey, and Pappy in spoiling the action classic: The Raid 2! After surviving a bloody fight with powerful gangsters, rookie Jakarta cop Rama (Iko Uwais) thinks he can resume a normal life. However, his exploits during that fateful incident have attracted the attention of criminals even more deadly than the last. His family at risk, Rama has no choice but to go under cover. He gets himself thrown in prison, where he befriends the son of a prominent crime kingpin. Rama must lay his own life on the line to finally destroy the criminal empire. Release date: March 28, 2014 (USA) Director: Gareth Evans Budget: $4.5 million Box office: $6.6 million (excluding Indonesia and Japan) Languages: Indonesian; Japanese Music by: Joseph Trapanese; Aria Prayogi; Fajar Yuskemal

BBC Indonesia
Dunia Pagi ini BBC Indonesia, Selasa, 5 Oktober 2021

BBC Indonesia

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2021 14:59


Konflik antarsuku di Kabupaten Yahukimo, Papua, menurut seorang peneliti, menunjukkan belum adanya wadah penyelesaian perselisihan di provinsi tersebut. Hari Minggu lalu, puluhan warga suku Kimyal menyerang suku Yali yang ada di rumah, gereja dan hotel di Distrik Dekai, Kabupaten Yahukimo. Aksi dipicu oleh kabar bohong yang menyebut mantan bupati Yahukimo, Abock Busup, dibunuh saat di Jakarta. Serangan itu menyebabkan enam orang meninggal dunia, 42 luka-luka, dan 1.000 orang mengungsi. Kepolisian telah menangkap 52 dua orang yang diduga sebagai pelaku penyerangan.

Seattle Revival Center
The Test & The Kingdom | Darren Stott | Seattle Revival Center

Seattle Revival Center

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2021 45:30


Title: The Test & The Kingdom Series: Stand Alone Speaker: Darren Stott Date: October 3, 2021 CCLI Church Copyright License #2271707 DARREN STOTT Darren Stott is the Lead Pastor of Seattle Revival Center, a church located in the Newcastle/North Renton area, founded in 1955. He is a third-generation pastor and is licensed with the Assemblies of God. Darren has been a part of several community groups throughout the Seattle region, including: • Linking Shields/Jubilee Reach • Cascadia • Renton Ecumenical Association of Churches • Newcastle Chamber of Commerce • Board of Directors - Renton River Days Darren also teaches and serves on the Board of Directors at Destiny International School of Ministry. Darren is the Founder of Supernaturalist Ministries and has traveled throughout Indonesia, Germany, Ireland, Wales, Australia, and India, challenging people to embrace the call of God on their lives. He is a key leader in raising up a five-fold, counter-cultural body of believers that major in authentic community, empowered evangelism, seeking shalom/justice and cultural renewal. His greatest joy, outside of Jesus, is being married to Andrea and being a dad to Abigail Rose, Peter Joseph, Sophia Zoe, and Victoria. Follow on Facebook @TheDarrenStott

New Books Network
Mirjam Lücking, "Indonesians and Their Arab World: Guided Mobility Among Labor Migrants and Mecca Pilgrims" (SAPP, 2021)

New Books Network

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2021 64:12


Mirjam Lücking's Indonesians and Their Arab World: Guided Mobility Among Labor Migrants and Mecca Pilgrims (Southeast Asia Program Publications, 2021) explores the ways contemporary Indonesians understand their relationship to the Arab world. Despite being home to the largest Muslim population in the world, Indonesia exists on the periphery of an Islamic world centered around the Arabian Peninsula. Mirjam Lücking approaches the problem of interpreting the current conservative turn in Indonesian Islam by considering the ways personal relationships, public discourse, and matters of religious self-understanding guide two groups of Indonesians who actually travel to the Arabian Peninsula--labor migrants and Mecca pilgrims--in becoming physically mobile and making their mobility meaningful. This concept, which Lücking calls guided mobility, reveals that changes in Indonesian Islamic traditions are grounded in domestic social constellations and calls claims of outward Arab influence in Indonesia into question. With three levels of comparison (urban and rural areas, Madura and Central Java, and migrants and pilgrims), this ethnographic case study foregrounds how different regional and socioeconomic contexts determine Indonesians' various engagements with the Arab world. Irene Promodh is a PhD student in socio-cultural anthropology at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor and a Graduate Fellow at the Weiser Center for Emerging Democracies in Michigan. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network

New Books in Islamic Studies
Mirjam Lücking, "Indonesians and Their Arab World: Guided Mobility Among Labor Migrants and Mecca Pilgrims" (SAPP, 2021)

New Books in Islamic Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2021 64:12


Mirjam Lücking's Indonesians and Their Arab World: Guided Mobility Among Labor Migrants and Mecca Pilgrims (Southeast Asia Program Publications, 2021) explores the ways contemporary Indonesians understand their relationship to the Arab world. Despite being home to the largest Muslim population in the world, Indonesia exists on the periphery of an Islamic world centered around the Arabian Peninsula. Mirjam Lücking approaches the problem of interpreting the current conservative turn in Indonesian Islam by considering the ways personal relationships, public discourse, and matters of religious self-understanding guide two groups of Indonesians who actually travel to the Arabian Peninsula--labor migrants and Mecca pilgrims--in becoming physically mobile and making their mobility meaningful. This concept, which Lücking calls guided mobility, reveals that changes in Indonesian Islamic traditions are grounded in domestic social constellations and calls claims of outward Arab influence in Indonesia into question. With three levels of comparison (urban and rural areas, Madura and Central Java, and migrants and pilgrims), this ethnographic case study foregrounds how different regional and socioeconomic contexts determine Indonesians' various engagements with the Arab world. Irene Promodh is a PhD student in socio-cultural anthropology at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor and a Graduate Fellow at the Weiser Center for Emerging Democracies in Michigan. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/islamic-studies

New Books in Middle Eastern Studies
Mirjam Lücking, "Indonesians and Their Arab World: Guided Mobility Among Labor Migrants and Mecca Pilgrims" (SAPP, 2021)

New Books in Middle Eastern Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2021 64:12


Mirjam Lücking's Indonesians and Their Arab World: Guided Mobility Among Labor Migrants and Mecca Pilgrims (Southeast Asia Program Publications, 2021) explores the ways contemporary Indonesians understand their relationship to the Arab world. Despite being home to the largest Muslim population in the world, Indonesia exists on the periphery of an Islamic world centered around the Arabian Peninsula. Mirjam Lücking approaches the problem of interpreting the current conservative turn in Indonesian Islam by considering the ways personal relationships, public discourse, and matters of religious self-understanding guide two groups of Indonesians who actually travel to the Arabian Peninsula--labor migrants and Mecca pilgrims--in becoming physically mobile and making their mobility meaningful. This concept, which Lücking calls guided mobility, reveals that changes in Indonesian Islamic traditions are grounded in domestic social constellations and calls claims of outward Arab influence in Indonesia into question. With three levels of comparison (urban and rural areas, Madura and Central Java, and migrants and pilgrims), this ethnographic case study foregrounds how different regional and socioeconomic contexts determine Indonesians' various engagements with the Arab world. Irene Promodh is a PhD student in socio-cultural anthropology at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor and a Graduate Fellow at the Weiser Center for Emerging Democracies in Michigan. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/middle-eastern-studies

Calm the Chaos
Ep.87 Sharon Valenti, Master Your Thoughts and Emotions

Calm the Chaos

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2021 37:59


Sharon Valenti's thirst for knowledge led her to spend time in various places around the U.S., as well as a journey throughout India and the shores and villages of Indonesia.   Consistently pursuing her own awakening, she is motivated to help others do the “work” and seek a shift within themselves.  In this podcast, we are talking about mastering your thoughts and emotions!   Sharon shares that in her past growing up she experienced a lot of physical, mental, emotional, and sexual abuse.  But through her work, she has acknowledged that each of these moments of trauma in her life served a purpose.  She feels it makes her more empathetic to others who have walked that same road.  Sharon considers herself a success story because she chooses not to stay in a victim mindset.   Now she can offer that same help to others.   During our discussion, Sharon shares that what moved her forward to finding the peace and joy in her life was when she recognized that she was blaming everybody else for what was going on in herself and not taking responsibility.  She then learned how to question the stories that she was creating.  Each time she was triggered by someone she taught herself to “get still”  and find out what was the belief she had going on about herself that triggered those feelings. Sharon gives some great examples about how when we are younger some experiences can lead us to believe things are really not true about ourselves.  Sharon found that when she stopped arguing with reality, then the peacefulness in her life began to take root.   Sharon goes on to share that there are three types of Business My Business Your Business The Divine's Business When we are in our “own business”  then we are showing confidence in ourselves.  We ultimately raise our energy. In our conversation, Sharon gives some great examples on this scenario.  It's up to us to train our minds and body to stay in our business.   It's important that we seek validation within ourselves and not look to other people to give us that reinforcement and raise our energy vibration.   Sharon also shares how she stays in the present moment so she is aware of the true reality of the situation. She gives some great tips on how to train your mind to do that very thing!  We are told to stay in the present moment but we are never taught.   We discuss staying in our own business and Sharon shares a great mantra:  How do I know it should have happened? Because it did.  When you embrace that you realize that the past has already happened and you don't keep revisiting it in your mind.  It only causes pain to keep arguing with reality.   Sharon encourages us all to show up and question what people say about us and if it's true.  We don't need to prove anything to anybody. Just simply being alive is enough.  How are you uplifting yourself with positive information and people? When you start to surround yourself with positivity in your life, the negative people will drop off.   Remember to question those underlying beliefs.  Are they really true and whose beliefs are they anyway?  Be careful, you may be carrying around someone else's belief.   Resources and Links Connect with Sharon Valenti   BluePrint for Stress Release Course  here  Connect with Deborah Voll Take The Midlife Quiz Passion and Purpose Digital Workbook

BBC Indonesia
Dunia Pagi ini BBC Indonesia, Senin, 4 Oktober 2021.

BBC Indonesia

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 3, 2021 14:59


Kekayaan dan urusan bisnis rahasia dari para pemimpin dunia, politikus dan kaum miliuner diungkap dalam salah satu aksi pembocoran terbesar. Sekitar 35 pemimpin yang masih aktif maupun tidak lagi menjabat dan lebih dari 300 pejabat publik tercakup dalam dokumen dari perusahaan offshore atau perusahaan yang berada didirikan di luar yurisdiksi negara masing-masing. Dokumen ini diberi nama Pandora Papers. Dalam dokumen antara lain mencakup urusan keuangan Raja Yordania, mantan Perdana Menteri Inggris Tony Blair, Presiden Rusia Vladimir Putin dan Perdana Menteri Ceko Andrej Babis.

Today in the Word Devotional

Rainbow eucalyptus trees are found in countries including Indonesia and the Philippines. Growing up to 250 feet high, they smell like honey, pine, and mint. Most amazingly, their trunks feature glowing colors. As the tree sheds strips of bark, different colors appear—green, red, orange, purple, and brown. If we ever saw one of these strikingly beautiful trees, we’d no doubt stop for a closer look. That’s what Moses did in today’s reading when he saw a bush that was clearly burning but did not burn up (vv. 2–3). Moses had been taking care of sheep on “Horeb, the mountain of God” (v. 1), which is either another name for Mount Sinai or another mountain in the same region. God first told Moses about Himself. He was the God who had made promises to Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob (vv. 6, 15). Out of His covenant love and faithfulness, He intended to rescue His people from bondage and bring them to the promised land (vv. 7–10). His name then and today is simply “I AM,” indicating presence and faithfulness (v. 14; see John 8:58). God called Moses to lead the Israelites out of Egypt. Moses at first responded with reverent fear, obediently taking off his shoes, hiding his face, and expressing a sense of unworthiness (v. 11). The Lord answered, “I will be with you,” and promised that he and the Israelites would worship God on that very mountain (v. 12). Moses, however, was reluctant. He doubted people would listen to him (v. 13) and claimed to be a poor public speaker (4:10). We are told, in fact, that he “was educated in all the wisdom of the Egyptians and was powerful in speech and action” (Acts 7:22). God’s response: “Now go; I will help you speak and will teach you what to say” (4:12). >> Moses’ life can be divided into three periods: 40 years in Egypt, 40 years in Midian, and 40 years in the Exodus. What might God have for you to do in the final third of your life?

What's Your Juice?
The Power of Creativity with WeTheCommas

What's Your Juice?

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 1, 2021 38:42


You epic people! I am so stoked to bring you episode 1 of Season 2! This season is a new page and a new direction for the podcast. I couldn't be more excited to kick things off than by interviewing three of the most charismatic, kind, creative, and epic individuals I have ever met! Their names are Jordy, Cam, and Lenny and they are the three brothers that make up the amazing band WeTheCommas. We discuss the personal relationship these three brothers have with music, mental health, and vulnerability. We discuss what it is like to be three black men who love to surf and skate, are vulnerable and pay attention to their mental health, and have a unique sound in the music industry. Too many they are seen as outliers. We discuss the necessity to get rid of stereotypes, amplify the voices of those who feel unheard, and create an inclusive, accepting, and supporting environment for individuals to live their authentic lives. We also have SO much fun! If you are listening to this interview, you can also watch it on YouTube!In this interview we specifically dive into:The power of creativityWhat is the importance of creativity?How do I train myself to be more creative?How can a person be creative?WeTheComma's creative processHow they use music to express themselvesHow they write their songsHow to produce a song from start to finishHow WeTheCommas first startedHow can I start creating music?How to begin creating musicHow to make it in the music industryAs you are reading this, we are officially the world's first ever OceanPositive podcast! We partnered with SeaTrees to wipe out our entire carbon footprint and go the extra mile by reforesting California's kelp, planting mangrove trees in Indonesia, and maintaining a coastal watershed! Links:WeTheCommas:InstagramMusicYouTubeSeaTrees:InstagramWebsiteWhat's Your Juice?:InstagramYouTubeWebsite

Monocle 24: The Entrepreneurs
Eureka 264: Love Bonito

Monocle 24: The Entrepreneurs

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 1, 2021 11:40


Rachel Lim is the co-founder of Love Bonito, a clothing brand launched in Singapore in 2010. Lim had to pay off a government bond to quit college so that she could start the brand, and borrowed her mother's life savings to help bankroll the company's early days. Love Bonito now sells in more than 10 markets, with shops in Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia and Cambodia. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Coronavirus 4 1 1  podcast
Coronavirus, COVID-19, coronavirus variants, and vaccine updates for 10-01-2021

Coronavirus 4 1 1 podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 1, 2021 5:20


This is Coronavirus 411, the latest COVID-19 info and new hotspots for October 1st, 2021. Time to get your vaccine. We're not talking about your COVID vaccine although you're supposed to get that too. It's also flu shot time. And yes, health experts are very worried that there's plenty of vaccine fatigue out there which could result in an atypical drop in the number of people getting their flu shots. It also could be a hard sell because flu cases are at historically low levels, at least partly because of the pandemic. You might think the vast majority of Americans are of one mind and in favor of vaccine mandates, but an AP poll shows that's not the case. In fact, as we so often are these days, the country is split almost 50/50 on the issue. 51% approve, 34% disapprove and 14% haven't formed an opinion yet. Even 23% of people who have been vaccinated are against mandates. As for how mandates by employers are working, United Airlines say of the employees facing firing for not accepting the vaccine shots, almost half eventually submitted. That leaves only about 320 employees to fire. Delta's trying another tactic, charging unvaccinated workers an extra $200 a month on their health plans. We thought we'd go ahead and answer this question before you ask it. Are you considered fully vaccinated so you can work and travel and go shopping if you do not get a booster shot? The CDC says yes, you're fully vaccinated two weeks after getting a second dose of Pfizer or Moderna or one dose of Johnson & Johnson. Boosters are recommended for people 65 and over, long-term care residents, and those 50 to 64 with health problems like diabetes or heart disease if they got their last Pfizer shot at least six months ago. People who got Moderna and J&J aren't even eligible for boosters yet. In the Broadway show, Aladdin sings about a whole new world and that's obviously what we're living in. Because that show was cancelled Wednesday when several of the company's members tested positive. They had just reopened the show the day before. In the United States cases were down 26%, deaths are up 2%, and hospitalizations are down 17% over 14 days. The 7-day average of new cases has been trending down since September 13. There are 9,875,879 active cases in the United States. With not all states reporting daily numbers, the five states with the greatest increase in hospitalizations per capita: Maine 21%, Vermont 20%, and Montana, Pennsylvania, and West Virginia 18%. The top 10 counties with the highest number of recent cases per capita according to The New York Times: Kodiak Island Borough, AK. Matanuska-Susitna Borough, AK. Fairbanks North Star Borough, AK. Green, KY. Cleburne, AL. Lewis, WV. Kenai Peninsula Borough, AK. Letcher, KY. Whitley, KY. And Waynesboro, VA. There have been at least 697,832 deaths in the U.S. recorded as Covid-related. The top 3 vaccinating states by percentage of population that's been fully vaccinated: Vermont unchanged at 69.4%, Connecticut unchanged at 68.6%, and Maine at 68.5%. The bottom 3 vaccinating states are West Virginia still unchanged at 40.4%, and Wyoming and Idaho at 41.5%. The percentage of the U.S. that's been fully vaccinated is 55.5%. The 5 countries with the largest recent 24-hour increase in the number of fully vaccinated people: Taiwan up 4%. Ethiopia 3%. And South Korea, Australia, and Indonesia 2%. Globally, cases were down 17% and deaths were down 13% over 14 days, with the 7-day average trending down since August 27. There are 18,404,118 active cases around the world. The five countries with the most new cases: The United States 113,922. The U.K. 36,480. Turkey 29,104. Brazil 27,527. And India 27,300. There have now been at least 4,781,886 deaths reported as Covid-related... See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

BBC Indonesia
Dunia Pagi Ini BBC Indonesia, Jumat 1 Oktober 2021

BBC Indonesia

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2021 14:59


Sejarawan di Indonesia mengatakan, menghubungkan Peristiwa 1965 dan 1948 di Madiun sama saja dengan mengecilkan peristiwa tersebut sebagai konflik antara kelompok Islam dan komunis.

Sustainable Asia
S13E1: Sounds from a Healthy Coral Reef

Sustainable Asia

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2021 19:33


In this episode, we visit the Great Barrier Reef to discover the clamorous underwater world of marine life sounds. What can we learn from listening closely to the underwater soundscape? And are there ways we can use sounds to help, rather than harm, the animals in our ocean ecosystems? Guests:Timothy Gordon, University of ExeterVisit China Dialogue Ocean to learn more about our oceans in crisis.Subscribe for Sustainable Asia latest episodes and review us on listennotes.Production credits:Hosts: Marcy Trent Long and Stella Chen Producer: Bonnie AuAssociate producers: Stella Chen, WuYufeiAudio Editor: Avery ChoiIntro/outro music: Alex MauboussinMusic from Blue Dot Sessions (www.sessions.blue):True Blue Sky, Palms Down and BasketlinerSoundscape and Video credits:Degraded reef snapping shrimp sound- credit Tim Gordon, University of ExeterLayered reef sound - credit Tim Gordon, University of ExeterFish sound - unknown from Great Barrier Reef - credit Tim Gordon, University of ExeterFish sound - unknown from Indonesia - credit Tim Gordon, University of ExeterFish sound - ambon damselfish whooping - credit Eric ParmentierFish sound - sergeant major - credit Steve Simpson, University of ExeterHealthy reef snapping shrimp sound - credit Steve Simpson, University of ExeterFish sound - reef croaker - credit Discovery of Sound in the Sea (dosits.org)Fish sound - clownfish - credit Discovery of Sound in the Sea (dosits.org)Tim Gordon 'Helping Nemo Find Home' - 3 Minute Thesis 2017 Winner

BBC Indonesia
Dunia Pagi Ini BBC Indonesia, Kamis 30 September 2021

BBC Indonesia

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2021 14:59


Rencana Polri merekrut 56 orang pegawai KPK yang tidak lolos tes wawasan kebangsaan sebagai aparatur sipil negara, disebut pegiat anti-korupsi dan pengamat "bisa merusak sistem ketatanegaraan".

Insurtech Insider by 11:FS
101. News: Ascend raises $5.5M and Marshmallow is now a unicorn!

Insurtech Insider by 11:FS

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2021 61:19


Nigel Walsh and Benjamin Ensor are joined by a great panel of guests to discuss the most recent and exciting news in the world of Insurtech. Joining us today are: * Dr Robin Keira, CEO of Digitalscouting.de * Shân Millie, Bright Blue Hare, GreenKite & EDII We cover the following stories: * Ascend raises $5.5M to provide a BNPL option for commercial insurance 1:50 * Black-owned start-ups in the UK are hitting billion-dollar valuations for the first time 14:20 * UK claims bill for Covid-19 BI tops £1bn, says the FCA 26:45 * Steel City Re launches ESG parametric insurance product 38:07 * Indonesia-based Rey Assurance launches its holistic approach to insurance with $1M in funding 49:07 * Insurance market undergoing huge digital disruption 51:21 * Police seized 3,000 e-scooters from England's streets in first six months of 2021 52:46 All that and much more on this week's episode of Insurtech Insider! Subscribe so you never miss an episode, leave a review on iTunes and every other podcast app. Spread the insurtech love by sharing or tweeting this podcast. This episode of Insurtech Insider was produced by Irina Andronic and edited by Alex Woodhouse. Special Guests: Robin Keira and Shân Millie.

The Radio Vagabond
212 BALI: Expensive Cuppa Cat Poop Coffee

The Radio Vagabond

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2021 31:54


OM SUASTIASTU FROM BALI Before I tell you about drinking the world's most expensive coffee made from beans that have passed through a cat and pooped out, let's kick off this week's episode with an Balinese language lesson. THE RADIO VAGABOND LANGUAGE SCHOOL: BALINESE I always try to learn a few words and phrases when I visit a new place. For today's The Radio Vagabond language school lesson, we'll learn essential Balinese phrases: Hello: Om suastiastu  Good morning: Rahajeng semeng My name is Palle: Wastan tiang Palle Thank you: Suksuma I'M IN BALI, BABY Bali is an island province in Indonesia, so obviously, they speak Indonesian, but they also have their own language – Balinese. Despite practising the basics above, I still managed to mess up suksuma (thank you) when I met Putu, our local guide. Luckily for me, Putu was a good guy and didn't make me feel silly. FUN WITH NAMES Putu explained a few funny things regarding people's names on the island of Bali. In general, Balinese people name their children depending on the order they are born, and the names are the same for both males and females: The firstborn child is named Wayan, Putu, or Gede. The second is named Made or Kadek. The third child goes by Nyoman or Komang. And the fourth is named Ketut – like the old wise Balinese man in Eat, Pray, Love (which translates to" little banana") So, what do they call their fifth child, you may ask? Well, they simply start over again and name him or her Wayan, Putu or Gede. Anyway, together with a few friends, we asked Putu (a firstborn) to take us around to some interesting places in Bali. But before we explore, let's learn more about this beautiful island. 7 FACTS ABOUT BALI DIGITAL NOMAD HOTSPOT Bali is a small, well-known beautiful island in Indonesia (Southeast Asia). The capital, Denpasar, is the island's largest city and home to the international airport. But the most well-known Balinese places are probably Ubud (in the centre of the island) and the beach town of Canggu (on the western part of the island). Both are hotspots for digital nomads like me. HINDUISM IN A MUSLIM COUNTRY Bali is the only Hindu-majority province in Muslim-majority Indonesia. 86.9% of the population are devoted to Balinese Hinduism. BALI IS A SMALL ISLAND Bali is 95 miles (153 km) from east to west and only 69 miles (112 km) from north to south. It has a population of 4.3 million people. TOURISM IS VERY IMPORTANT Pre-Covid, they had almost 6.3 million tourists stop by every year. Tourism is the beating heart of their economy, as around 80% of the island's economy depends on tourism. As you can imagine, it's been a tough couple of years for Bali during COVID. The 6.3 million visitors in 2019 dropped to less than 1.1 million in 2020. NEW YEAR'S EVE IS QUIET Unlike almost everywhere else in the world, there are no big parties on New Year's Eve in Bali. The day is called Nyepi, and it's a day of silence and meditation. The whole island shuts down, and no work, travelling, or even noise is allowed. When I heard this, I thought, "What…? That's what I experienced as I (sort of) remember a big New Year's Eve party here". That's because Nyepi is not celebrated on December 31st but mainly in March. BABIES NEVER TOUCH THE GROUND In their first few months, Balinese babies are thought to be connected to the spirits and to stay connected, and they should not touch the ground. When they are about three months old, the infants finally touch the ground, and their family holds a big celebration to mark the occasion. THEY ONLY HAVE TWO SEASONS It's moderate throughout the year, and Bali has only two seasons: the dry season (April to October) and the wet season (October to April). MONKEYING AROUND IN BALI Putu picked us up in Canggu. He had a great sightseeing adventure in store for us, including a visit to the cat poop cafe (well, not really, but kind of). More on this later. On the way to the coffee farm, we passed the cultural centre of the island: Ubud. We drove past the famous Ajuna Statue, which Putu explains is part of the Hindu religion. We talk about how tolerance is a major part of the island culture. We made our way to the famous Ubud Monkey Forest, which is a forest filled with, you guessed it, monkeys. The guidebook tells me not to carry anything in my hand as the cheeky monkeys will likely come and take it from you. I held my podcast microphone and was a bit worried that they would steal it from me and take over this podcast. BALINESE HUMOUR Back in the car, we chatted more about the funny name situation on the island, and Putu decided to tell a joke.  Let me set it up: Four people get on a plane. One is from Paris, one is from Denmark, and the other two are from Bali, named Putu and Made. "The Parisian drops her perfume but doesn't mind because there is a lot of perfume in Paris. Then, the Danish drops his chocolate but also doesn't mind because there is a lot of chocolate in Denmark (apparently). Then, Made drops Putu out the window, but doesn't mind because there are many Putu's in Bali…" I love Balinese humour, even though I don't always totally understand it. Like, when Ketut told a joke to Julia Roberts in Eat Pray Love… that Ketut cannot fly on an airplane because Ketut has no teeth. Julia Roberts seemed to get the joke. Somebody, please write to me and explain that joke to me. Speaking of jokes, a few cat poop jokes coming up: COFFEE LUWAK (AKA CAT POOP COFFEE) We eventually made it to the coffee plantation that makes the world's most expensive coffee: Coffee Luwak – or Kopi luwak. It is made from partially digested coffee cherries that have been eaten and pooped out by a shy cat-like creature called the Asian palm civet. Then, hard-working coffee farmers go through the cat poop and dig out the coffee which they use to make Kopi Luwak. No wonder it's the most expensive coffee in the world. At the plantation, we met our female guide, who is probably called Putu or Kadek but goes by the name Monica, who tells us more about how the Luwak Coffee is made. "They eat any kind of coffee bean, as long as the quality is good. They don't chew the bean, so it passes through in its entirety." As she was talking about the process, I couldn't help wondering how in the world they thought of taking coffee beans out of cat poop and use them to make coffee. Even thought, I REALLY want my coffee in the morning, there are limits. "The first time this process was accidentally discovered was in Sumatra in the early 18th Century. The farmers realised that a lot of their coffee beans were disappearing, and they soon found them again in the poop of the Asian palm civets roaming the grounds. The farmers used the poop beans to make coffee and discovered that it had a unique taste thanks to the intervention by the civets." The part of the coffee plantation that is open to the public has a cage with a few Asian palm civets, a beautiful café area with a stunning view, and a few coffee plants. Monica tells us that there is a bigger area outside this part with many more plants and that they harvest every six months. But Luwak Coffee is not seasonal and is available all year round. She then takes us on a tour of the plantation where we ate fresh coffee beans (from the plant, from the plant, I promise…). "We clean the beans three times and then roast them. In the roasting process, the soft skin of the beans burns away, leaving the quality bean. Each roast takes about 45mins per kilogram". PERCOLATED POOP TASTING After we toured the farm, we were served ten small cups of coffee. One of them was the very special and super expensive Luwak Coffee. Is it as good as the price tag indicates? Yes! It was really good... even if the beans had been inside a cat a few hours prior, probably. GET PURIFIED IN HOLY (BUT MAYBE DIRTY) WATER Our next stop was the Hindu Balinese water temple called Tirta Empul Temple – in Balinese: Pura Tirta Empul. Tirta Empul means 'Holy Spring' in Balinese. The temple compound consists of a bathing structure, famous for its spring water that Balinese Hindus consider holy, so they go here for ritual purification. Putu explains: "People come here for healing. There are 14 different water streams, and each has a different function. Like, one is for the heart, the other for the skin, etc. You must go through each water stream in order. Before entering the water, you must pray and bless your body for healing. Once you are in the water, you must give a gift of a flower to the statues."  There are so many people lined up to go in the holy water. For most of the time, Tirta Empul is believed to be a source of clean water for ritual bathing. But, according to a report in 2017, authorities were investigating reports of water pollution and health risk at the Tirta Empul Temple.  So, if you go in, try not to drink any of the water. Until the next time, my name is Palle Bo, and I gotta keep moving. See you.    BALI FLASHBACK If you want to hear more from Bali, go back and listen to episode 184 where I spent a few days at an amazing place called Fivelements Resort.   PODCAST RECOMMENDATION If you like this podcast, I'm sure you will love the podcast called Far from Home. It's by Scott Gurian – a New Yorker who travels around the world to some far-away places totally off the beaten path. Like when he went to a wedding in Kazakhstan. Listen here.   COVID-19 TRAVEL and TOURISM RULES FOR BALI For the latest COVID-19 travel restrictions and tourist regulations, please visit Bali's official tourism website. Make sure Bali is open for tourism before booking your trip.

People Fixing the World
Helping animals cross the road and other obstacles

People Fixing the World

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2021 24:14


Irrigation pipes have been designed to double as mid-air walkways to help slow lorises cross open farmland in Indonesia; and a footbridge has been built for a rare breed of monkey in Brazil - the golden lion tamarin. These are just two examples of new infrastructure designed to help wild animals cope with human obstacles. Picture credit: Little Fireface Project Produced and presented by Daniel Gordon. (Repeat)

Feedback with EarBuds
Abortion Rights Update

Feedback with EarBuds

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2021 23:42


Welcome to Feedback with EarBuds, the podcast recommendation podcast. Our newsletter brings you five podcast recommendations each week according to a theme, and curated by a different person. Our podcast is an audio version of the newsletter.Subscribe to the newsletter: eepurl.com/cIcBuHThis week's theme is Abortion Rights Update. Our curator is Mila Atmos.This week's newsletter and podcast are sponsored by...World Gone Good podcast. Need a little inspiration? Host Steve Silverman turns the light on in the darkness and spreads the good in every episode of World Gone Good.Listen to unique stories from incredible everyday people making the world a little bit better.Listen: https://twitter.us15.list-manage.com/track/click?u=23dcd7a2c6f1281f17223e7b9&id=a1e7e6a9d8&e=2371765febOn Feedback with EarBuds, you'll hear an interview between our host, Arielle Nissenblatt, and someone doing something interesting in the podcast space. Then, you'll hear about this week's podcast picks being featured on our newsletter.About our curator, Mila Atmos: Mila Atmos, a global citizen based in New York City, is the producer and series host of Future Hindsight, a weekly podcast that aims to spark civic engagement through in-depth conversations with citizen changemakers. What most informs Mila's worldview is her belief that American democracy is a living, breathing mechanism whose wellbeing deserves to be cultivated and protected. Mila combines life experiences from living in multiple cultures ranging from Indonesia to Germany to the rural U.S. with her knowledge base in history, economics, and international affairs (B.A. & M.I.A. Columbia University) in creating Future Hindsight.This week's interview: Rebecca NagleRebecca is an American activist, writer, and public speaker. Nagle is a citizen of Cherokee Nation. She's one of the founders of FORCE: upsetting rape culture, which is an organization led by artists and activists who attempt to promote a culture of consent. In 2019, Nagle hosted the first season of the podcast This Land, from Crooked Media. That season focused on the case of Carpenter V. Murphy, a pending Supreme Court case to determine the land rights of various indigenous groups in Oklahoma. Season 2 of This Land just launched. It is is a timely exposé about how the far right is using Native children to quietly dismantle American Indian tribes and advance a conservative agenda. Find this week's podcast recommendation list here: https://www.earbudspodcastcollective.org/abortion-rights-update-podcast-recommendationsThis week's podcast picks from Mila Atmos:AmicusFresh AirACCESSFuture HindsightThe TakeawayThis week's spotlight: Bodies (KCRW)“What's wrong with me?” Each episode of this documentary series begins as a medical mystery. But once you peel back the layers, more questions emerge.Season 3 is here.Listen: https://www.kcrw.com/culture/shows/bodiesApply to have your podcast spotlit: https://www.earbudspodcastcollective.org/podcast-spotlightsEarBuds Blog: https://www.earbudspodcastcollective.org/blogCurate a list here: https://www.earbudspodcastcollective.org/earbuds-podcast-curators-formFollow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/EarbudsPodColFollow us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/earbudspodcastcollectiveFollow us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/earbudspodcastcollective/Learn more at our website: http://www.earbudspodcastcollective.orgTee Public: https://www.teepublic.com/user/earbuds-podcast-collective