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    The Shortwave Radio Audio Archive
    Radio Republik Indonesia Jakarta (Interval Signal): April 11, 1998

    The Shortwave Radio Audio Archive

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022


    Many thanks to SRAA contributor, Dan Greenall, who shares the following recording and notes: Probably my favourite interval signal of all time, the Song of the Coconut Islands, used by Radio Republik Indonesia stations. Here we have Jakarta on 15150 kHz signing on April 11, 1998. Their signal had to travel over 15800 km to get to my receiver in southern Ontario, Canada, so there is a little flutter which is expected. Receiving equipment consisted of a Panasonic RF-3100 portable hooked up to a long wire antenna.Broadcaster: Radio Republik Indonesia JakartaDate of recording: 4/11/1998Frequency: 15.150Reception location: Thamesford, Ontario, CanadaReceiver and antenna: Panasonic RF-3100 and longwire antenna

    DJStrickland Podcast
    Power Shift Edition: Interview with World Vision Leaders

    DJStrickland Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 70:42


    Welcome to the final episode of the Power Shift Edition podcast season, a collaboration between Danielle Strickland and World Vision. We are connecting with people at the intersection of power shifting around the world.  In this episode, Danielle interviews global development leaders from World Vision: Maya Assaf-Horstmeier, Matthew Scott, Maclean Ndabezinhle Dlodlo, and Dana Buzducea. Dana (Daniela) Buzducea has worked for more than 20 years to change the systems that keep the world's most vulnerable children living in degrading, dehumanizing conditions. From social work in Romania to leading World Vision's global advocacy work, Dana has always been committed to ending injustices facing children. Dana is a passionate advocate for children's right to participate, and she believes adults have a responsibility to keep children high on the political and the public agenda so that no child is left behind in the development race.Maya Assaf-Horstmeier has been working for World Vision since 2005, supporting disaster management programming including early warning and early action, disaster preparedness, and humanitarian response. In 2017, Maya joined the Peacebuilding team as Associate Director for Conflict Sensitivity. Maya has supported the start-up, strategy development, resource acquisition, and quality assurance initiatives in a number of global responses.Matthew Scott currently leads World Vision's global fundraising for dangerous places around the world. His twenty years with the organisation includes seven years leading World Vision's global peacebuilding practice, two years based in World Vision India, and five years as World Vision's representative to the United Nations in New York. He has worked in dozens of conflict-affected contexts and lived in Australia, Bangladesh, Germany, India, Indonesia, Uganda, the United States, and Venezuela. Matthew has a deep personal passion for ending poverty and violent conflict, an interest in sustainability, and has completed numerous marathons, triathlons, and cycling tours for charity.Maclean Ndabezinhle Dlodlo is a leader in World Vision South Africa with invaluable knowledge and experience engaging the Church and Civic Society on developmental issues across cultures. His focus is in the negotiation of the intersections of faith, gender and inclusion, protection, and peace-building to champion collective responses for lasting change. In 2015, the Lewis Institute, Babson College, USA awarded Maclean a Social Innovator award in recognition of his leadership in the multi-country scale-up of Channels of Hope for Gender, World Vision's faith partnerships curriculum that inspires a positive change in gender norms, value systems, and practices in communities.For all the things Danielle Strickland, go to daniellestrickland.comFor more information on Infinitum Life, go to infinitumlife.comCheck out these other collaborations with World Vision:Right Side Up course: Videos & activation guide from Season 1, on beatitudes:  https://www.worldvision.org/church/resources/rsu_curriculum Resilient Leadership for Kingdom Come (pastor specific): https://www.worldvision.org/church/resources/resilient-leadership-for-kingdom-come

    All Creatures Podcast
    Episode 283: Ba Ba Ba...Babirusa

    All Creatures Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 72:35


    One of the most unique and striking mammals has to be the Babirusa. Native to four islands in Indonesia, this member of the swine family is one of the most ancient and often misunderstood. The Babirusa is heading towards extinction but thankfully groups within and outside Indonesia are fighting hard to save these unique animals. This week we highlight what we know about the Babirusa, what makes it a unique animal and why we need to keep fighting to save them. We then talk all about those tusks, what they are thought to be important for and much much more. Another fun species to learn and chat about.  Thank you to all our Patreon supporters. We now are hosting monthly Zoom meetings with them, answering questions and getting ideas on which species they want covered. You too can join for one cup of "good" coffee a month. With your pledge you can support your favorite podcast on Patreon and give back to conservation. With the funds we receive each month, we are have been sending money to conservation organizations monthly. We now send a check to every organization we cover, as we feel they all are deserving of our support. Thank you so much for your support and for supporting animal conservation.  Please considering supporting us at Patreon HERE. You can visit our website HERE.   

    Winning In Asia: A ZoZo Go Podcast
    Will Holograms Kick Out Touch Screens? Jamieson Christmas, Founder, Envisics

    Winning In Asia: A ZoZo Go Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 36:27


    Envisics is a UK-based technology company with deep expertise in holography. So, what are holograms? Those are the three dimensional images we see in sci-fi movies that originally appeared in the Star Wars series. Envisics projects informational holograms outside of the vehicle in the line of vision, about three feet in front of the driver's eyes. Think of it as a colorful head up display in three dimensions. The single biggest advantage of holography is safety. The driver does not need to look away toward the center stack screen where he or she might seek to secure information about navigation or speed. Instead holograms render objects in the line of sight, embedded into the road and its real surroundings.. Envisic's holograms are expected to appear on Cadillac Lyriqs in late 2022 ro 2023. Founder Jamieson Christmas earned a PhD at Cambridge and is convinced that his technology will win widespread adoption simply because it is safer and more intuitive than looking at those giant touch screens that now dominate many of our vehicles from Teslas to Lucids to F-150 Lightnings.#DrivingWithDunne / #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 22 Juni 2022

    BBC Indonesia

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 15:00


    Para pegiat lingkungan mendesak pemerintah turun tangan mengatasi emisi lintas wilayah, yang menjadi salah satu sumber pencemaran udara di Jakarta.

    Asumsi Bersuara
    Penyakit Kuku & Mulut Jelang Idul Adha, Gimana Faktanya? Ft. drh. Liedzikri Rizqi Insani

    Asumsi Bersuara

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 33:13


    Sejak 1986 Indonesia bebas dari Penyakit Mulut dan Kuku dan secara resmi pada tahun 1990 mendapatkan status bebas PMK dari Organisasi Kesehatan Hewan Dunia. Setelah 31 tahun bebas dari PMK, sejak akhir April lalu PMK kembali terdeteksi di Indonesia dan menyebar dengan cepat hingga saat ini. Berdasarkan data Kementerian Pertanian, hingga kini PMK sudah menyebar di lebih dari 180 kab/kota di 18 provinsi dengan lebih dari 150 ribu ekor hewan terjangkit PMK dan lebih dari 700 ekor hewan mati. Di tengah masifnya peredaran virus, hingga kini sepertinya belum ada usaha yang signifikan dari pemerintah untuk menekan laju penyebaran PMK. Bersama Dokter hewan KPBS Pangalengan, drh. Liedzikri Rizqi Insani kita akan bahas lebih lanjut

    Outside In
    I You We Us Them

    Outside In

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 63:47


    Facilitation is the process of making something possible. And if you've ever led a meeting or organized a group to get something done… you've been a facilitator. When we are part of a well facilitated group experience, collaboration can feel so effortless and productive. Often there's a sense of flow and dynamic energy. And you can more easily navigate conflict — when it inevitably arises. This episode continues our inquiry into group dynamics, exploring one of the most vital skills in the design toolkit for change. Originally from Indonesia , Mila Aliana has had quite a remarkable journey leading strategic change projects all over the world. For her, facilitation isn't just a skill — but a way of being in the world. Together we explore the practice and presence required to facilitate real breakthroughs within groups.

    BBC Indonesia
    Dunia Pagi Ini BBC Indonesia, Selasa 21 Juni 2022

    BBC Indonesia

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 15:00


    Perdana Menteri Israel, Naftali Bennett, mengundurkan diri dan membubarkan parlemen, keputusan yang memicu pelaksanaan pemilu baru.

    Beyond the Present Podcast
    #167 - Immigration: In Conversation With Tugrul Guner

    Beyond the Present Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 38:17


    In this episode of the BTP Podcast, Pouya speaks with Tugrul Guner, a Physicist by training and Machine Learning Engineer by trade. Enjoy!   Tugrul's Social:  Twitter: https://twitter.com/Tugrul_Guner LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/tugrulguner/   Pouya's Social: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/pouyalj/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/pouyalj LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/pouyalajevardi/   Episode Transcript... ----more----   SUMMARY KEYWORDS people, immigrating, bureaucracy, courage, permanent residency, talent, immigration, canada, focus, country, entrepreneurship, build, challenges, life, permit, lots, emigrate, mentioned, apply, agree SPEAKERS Pouya LJ, Tugrul   Pouya LJ  00:00 Well hello, and welcome back yet again to yet another episode of The BTP podcast, ladies and gentlemen, I hope you're doing fabulous. We're back with total as per our previous episode. And we're going to talk about some cool stuff today, next few days and so forth and so on. It's going to be a few days of few episodes of lots of goodies around. So welcome back to rule out doing   Tugrul  00:44 good and good. Now in better,   Pouya LJ  00:47 whatever. That's great to hear. Not bad. It was a good day. Very productive. Lots of work to do, though. And now whether it was nice, so it for walk that was that was also good.   Tugrul  01:00 It's a bit dark, though. Yeah, it's getting dark again.   Pouya LJ  01:04 We're recording this at 9pm, which is good. Yeah. So so how are you doing? Overall, life is good. Life is treating you well.   Tugrul  01:13 Here are some work, work work with the Friday. So we are celebrating Happy Friday. Yay. But not today. Of course, unfortunately. Looking forward. Yeah. Yes, exactly. So then we look forward to Monday. Yes. And so to celebrate Happy Monday.   Pouya LJ  01:34 That's right. All right. So today, we're going to talk about a little bit about tooth topics, which kind of go I guess, hand in hand, at least in your story. And that is about initially about immigration as a whole. I mean, of course, you can share your personal story, but then immigration as a whole, what are the Will you will you advise it on others? Will you tell others to emigrate? Let's start there. So what are your thoughts on immigration? I then to break the ice a little bit to give the audience a little bit of a background. So the reason we're talking about immigration is because the way I personally looked at immigration is immigration is basically an uprooting of your life. So you have to, first of all have the courage to leave so many things behind in and I kind of look at it the Vikings way, if you will, I look at it as going after something different, something more something better, something different, I think the different borders the key. And for the upper. Hello, of course. Exactly, exactly. So that's how I look at immigration, I feel like it's because you're just seeking more opportunities, a different opportunity. The broad level, but what are your thoughts as a whole? And will you suggest it to others? Should they be in a position to be debating it?   Tugrul  03:07 Yeah, of course, I agree. I mean, it depends on where you're where you're immigrating to. Right. So so when you're living so many stuff behind the like, your parents, your I mean, whatever, like you, you're just leaving your friends. Not only like a friends and friends may maybe you're living some thing that you love, I mean, your books, I mean, your car, you never know. I mean, who knows? Right? So you're leaving them for to build a better feature. Right? Other than that, like, there is no point or, or, or you somebody or something like somehow you should be forced to do that. I'm not considering that this. That's a whole another story. So I mean, I don't I can't say anything about it. If you're forced to emigrate, this something is not an option for you, but is an option. If you're immigrating. The whole idea is to go somewhere, that you think that you're gonna You can live better, with a better life, better conditions, anything like for example, in our side, like, we don't have kids, but if you want to have kids, we want our kids to live in a place that they can be happy. They can live like they supposed to. Not like like I mean, not should they shouldn't work on the like heart conditions or they they should they like they can work and work and work but at the end if they can't get anything, and they're still like at the level of being poor and starving. So that was the point that mean so so many countries are on there, like people day and night are working. But at the end of the day, they can just live serving for not to die to survive. They're just surviving. I mean, this is unacceptable because I mean, we are living this life once and just surviving it, we are not Indonesia, we are just not just trying to build something for our kids, because we have the complexity we have that civilization, the the, like, we evolved, we, we have this complexity. And so I agree with you at that point. So we just with K, we came to Canada for the purpose to like to live a better life to, to, like, make our dreams come true. Like I have lots of dreams, and I want to make them real here. And I know that this country allows me to do so. As long as I have like, like a vote permit permanent residency or like, of course, the citizenship. Something. authorization of this. Yeah. Oh, yeah. But it is hard. It is hard. Not this this. Not everybody can do it. I mean, I know I am thinking in my parents shoes, like, they complain all the time. But they don't have that courage to leave everything and go somewhere else. Especially like, because of the language barrier, of course. Right, right. Yeah, but I'm not sure if my parents know how to speak English, for example, I'm still not sure they can leave everything behind and go somewhere to speak English. But this is the first step. This is the first thing the language barrier.   Pouya LJ  06:45 And this provides an excuse,   Tugrul  06:47 yes, oh, who is gonna like who's gonna learn at this age? I mean, people are, some people can graduate from university. Sure. 70 years old. But it depends from person to person, of course, is called a comfort zone, of course, your book for your parents, they happy. So anyway, so. But it's also full of challenges immigrating to somewhere like, okay, let's say that you already can speak a language of the country that you're immigrating. Let's keep that part. Let's say that we all know that language, for example, hear English. Then the next thing, the next challenge is the culture, of course. So you're coming from a culture, mostly a different culture, some common things, of course, but some different things, it can sometimes get hard to use it. Learn it, of course. I mean, you should find a way to learn it, you should find a way to have some friends. It is also a challenge to like to meet people, because I'm not talking about being young. I'm talking about like me that I emigrated here, like around 30 years old. So you know that right? Like, if you get older, it is becomes harder to find friends or like, have close friends. I mean, you you become picky.   Pouya LJ  08:17 And you don't you don't get those opportunities. As often. For example, if you come at the university level or high school level or even earlier, then you get to, you know, build those relationships in school and university and so forth. So, so that would be different. You're right, yeah. Okay.   Tugrul  08:33 Yeah, I mean, also, you need yours. They came as a postdoc here, like I had a, like, we have people in the group like PhDs, master's students, okay, at the school, you're called, like having, like a nice conversations with you, you're enjoying the talk, etc. But when the day is over, or everybody goes to home, and you don't go out, even on like weekends, I don't remember that I call or somebody called me to Let's go here. Like, just happened. Rarely. Yeah, I mean, I don't know maybe I didn't call or they didn't call because we all like we are picky or we already have some other friends. Or we are just lazy like laying down at home and let's let's go live. Watch this. Let's go watch that. Like, of course, going out something you don't prefer if you don't have a hobby outside. So that, like I, I was lucky. Of course, I came here with my wife. So I wasn't alone. And I know that I had friends who were like, alone. They were like, struggling with that they were like sometimes depressing. This is this is something challenging for people, especially who like rating by themselves. This can be challenging after like language barrier because having Frances bit hard. Um, next thing is of course, paperwork, some governmental issues, for example, right? Yeah. Oh, amazing. I mean, like, pull off, like being anxious about being anxious, like pulling nerves like I mean, what's going to happen full, you're just getting stressed. You're applying, for example, I came with a work permit. So it was like a one year or two years for at first. The first year was okay, because I have one year more, but when like, I'm given a deadline. Oh, yes. I mean, it's full of like anxiety, let's have we have to apply and you're waiting sometimes months? And you never know, maybe maybe you always have been back of your mind labor? What if they reject? What if I had to go back home after one year this even in one year, even imagined, like, yesterday, because you're trying to build something here, you're trying to do something you want to like, instead of thinking about this stuff, you want to focus on things about what you can do next? What is the next step? What should I do? Well, but this, you do this at some point, but then when you are approaching the deadlines, you just stopped doing that? And okay, what should I do? Like we have to apply this and we have to wait in response of my hope we can, we will get rejected. Yeah, that kind of stuff. This, this is something challenging also, like, mental mentally challenging. It can, it doesn't help you with that. So. So then you're you're looking for people who sponsored you to extend your contract, or look for another job that they can sponsor you to continue living here. Unfortunate ly my contract was extended by my employer. But it was one year, so that was full of challenges. And also, if you want to vote for work permit, there are two stories like one is open work permits. For example, one is closer permit, I had the close work permit, so I can't legally work for someone else. I wasn't, I wasn't able to vote for someone else. Of course. That's also like something problematic. I mean, I pro like the Pro. There are lots of reasons to do that, of course, but I mean, for a person who was having close work permit, it's hard to find a job like I mean, I was like, interested in going to industry at that time. So not all the companies are able to provide you the necessary paperwork to sponsor you. They are like, okay, so we are done. Not that big, we are still started up, or we are this and we can't Sorry, sorry. Yeah, whatever. This is how the system is. So you survived somehow, if you're if you want to, like stay or if you really want to, like, do something. And if you just focused, you know, will you find your way? Of course. Yeah, I like for example, I came to Ottawa, in my in my business for my second postdoc last year, and I got another contract to open but then I applied for permanent residency, and now I have a permanent residency, which, which is good now, I don't have issues. Like I don't have concerns about these kinds of permits, etc. But   Pouya LJ  13:51 yes, free of the bureaucracy.   Tugrul  13:55 Even like I when I was in my first post to get my chair like, at, like, two incubated with a project, which is accelerator called Suntec. I was good. I got accepted for the project. And I like me and my professor X professor was like, we were cofounders the ideal I always liked it. The name of the project microscope bought I mean, it was an amazing name, I still like it. It was a kind of idea that tries to automate microscopy with the AI I was so involved in the even though I didn't have any expertise like I didn't study I didn't have that much expense all personal hobby and but I was like, I was using microscope electron microscope so I was like, why not? I mean, not electron microscope me because they are expensive toys but why not for the like regular traditional Microsoft optical ones. Maybe I can design a system the If you can just put your samples and leave for the coffee and the whole system goes back for Drive left focus, then deal with everything by itself automatically collected data after like a couple of hours. So you have 1000s of images. Wow, amazing. You were just drinking your coffee. And you know, after one hour, you have 1000s of images. So yeah, I pitched the idea I took like, the train by them, like three months, it was like an intensive three months program from this intrapreneurship level, they were teaching you that   Pouya LJ  15:35 the what were they teaching, if they were teaching you only the entrepreneurship intrapreneur technical stuff to   Tugrul  15:42 networking, how to build network and how to prepare your minimum viable product MVP is what you should have to do how you can deal with the business plan, they mostly were using lean startup idea, like, don't try to get the perfect product, just start with something that you can show potential customers potential investors, that my idea is this how this is a demonstration, no limit, it can be even, you don't need to pay, like it can be cost free that you can just some build something or you can just create a software like or like a file, what I did was like, for example, I applied object detection with the for a video that I created from microscopy. I just applied object detection over it. And I showed that how the objects are like a tracked with the algorithm and how was it moving left, right? And how was it detecting the focus and the system if not focused on aligned? Axis, etc. Like that? It took me like, five hours, six hours. Yeah, but the problem was, then everything went well, like there were like lots of brilliant ideas around. So you will also be able to connect with them. You can also I don't know, like, if there's a good connection between you and someone else, you can just that guy or you can join him or her they can join you. So very dynamic environment. But the next step was you have to build your startup really officially have to start it to be able to go to the next step. But I couldn't do that because I had a work permit. And there was no way there was no way to start the company, you have to find someone who has a residency or citizenship, that needs to be at least I don't know, I just gonna, I don't remember exactly the number is 20 25% or something like that, to have that share in the company to be able to like a build it. So that was the time that I'm like, oh, okay, so I'm not gonna be able to do anything, unless I received my permanent residency. Just hold me back for some time, to be honest. These are all challenges. I mean, cultural, going immigrating to somewhere else, language barriers, then this kind of stuff. I mean,   Pouya LJ  18:21 the bureaucracy. Yeah. So I do want to go a little bit back first, and then come back to this. So you mentioned a while back, you mentioned courage. And I think that's a key key word in immigration. Because anybody who's like, had gone through immigration will tell you more or less, it's not an easy endeavor. Even so some people have it worse, some people have it better. Some people have a better experience, easier experience, some people have a more difficult experience. But ultimately, even the ones who have a relatively easy experience is generally difficult, because first of all, you have to move on from something, as you mentioned, you have to put some stuff behind. Either they're actually you know, literally stuff like inanimate objects or books and you know, whatever. Or, for example, job maybe, or there are people that you have to move, move away from and it doesn't mean that you don't keep contact with them. But it means that while you're not going to be seeing them every day, and then the second fold of that is that there are going to be lots of challenges. As you mentioned, there's many faults, cultural language barriers, cultural barriers, experiential barriers, sometimes it's not easy to find the right job in the same industry because you don't have the right experience in that country. Now, you may have experiences in other countries, but sometimes they don't translate all that well depending on the field of course. So it takes a lot of courage to leave what you have behind and as you mentioned, some people are forced to move and just go somewhere else because of wars or refugees, so maybe it's a different story there. But for those who choose to emigrate, then it does take courage because it means that you have to uproot your life. Whether it's good or bad, however good or bad it is. Nevertheless, you have to destruct your environment. And I think it takes courage. But with everything, if you have the ratio, if you wisely choose and you're courageous, odds are that you're going to get something out of it either a good result ultimately, or a good lesson, even if you fail. So I just wanted to point that out and see if there's anything you want to add on that courage point, to the whole story of immigration before we move on to bureaucracy.   Tugrul  20:47 Yeah, I mean, I don't know. Like, if it's courage, in my case, I was planning to, like, move somewhere like Europe or United States or Canada. When even when I was like, in bachelor, that was kinda like my plan already. Because I really wanted to have a portunity to build something big. Yeah. I mean, you can do it in your own country. Yes, maybe. But the effort? Okay. They're not saying, Oh, that's it, the dynamics are very different. For example, my country. First of all, there are not much technology companies around like not, it's like, consider Silicon Valley. I mean, come on. Like, if you go to Silicon Valley, somehow, if you started to be become an entrepreneur in Silicon Valley, the network the people, like, what we're talking about here is environment, you need that you need that. I mean, for example, Canada. In Ottawa, I'm not in my mantra that there was an environment for sure. But wherever you are, doesn't matter. Like a country wise, you feel that there are opportunities here. If you have the idea, if you have the motivation, if you have this, like, Okay, I'm going to do it, if you have this motivation here, you know, that nothing can stop you. But this is not the case for all the countries. You have to either be really lucky or you have to be like, you know, people, really, you have to have this kind of network. Yeah, there are people of course, there succeed in these countries. Of course, I cannot say that. You can't you can. This is no way. No, I'm not saying of course you can. But I mean, having an idea and to become a giant is more possible here.   Pouya LJ  22:58 Yeah, there's definitely more opportunities more different. No, I agree. So I guess there is another element to the courage that you're basically mentioning, and that is, well, first of all, you need ambition, you need a reason to move. Now, in your case is ambition. Sometimes it's something else. But in your case, it seems to be the ambition, and I think it's the same in my case. And then you need also to be slightly adventurous, if not extremely adventurous, you need to be at least slightly adventurous to step into the unknown and be comfortable with that. So you take you take a courage, you take a reason to have to move to uproot your life. Otherwise, why would you? Well, it was you seem to be an idiot. And you need to be adventurous to a degree. Would you say that's, that's probably the base criteria for somebody to emigrate?   Tugrul  23:46 I mean, you're right, definitely encourages and being adventurous, I think they all combine the single point, which is, I think, not being scared of failing. If you if you're not scared of failing, I mean, if you're like, Okay, I can fail first time, second time, third time. Now, no worries, this life goes on. As long as I'm alive. And as long as I'm capable of doing stuff, my brain works or I can do something as long as I can do that. Nothing can stop you. You can fail. Of course, you're gonna fail you're gonna fail because you're trying something new. If you're not failing, you're it means that you're not learning not trying something new. It that means that you are following successful people because they pass this road and they like design. Now you cannot fail on this road. You're just following it that you're not learning. You're just like, clot and like I was called, like, you're just doing exactly the same. They did but in a way that when they became successful, you're not taking the part that they failed, but for sure you should be able to accept that you're going to fail. And you're not going to scale of that. If you're scared of failing, this is not the correct way you for your life that then you shouldn't maybe emigrate, I mean, you can still, you know, that can I   Pouya LJ  25:22 don't think I don't think you can really emigrate without failure, like it will be there, you're gonna make mistakes because you don't know them. As you mentioned, you have the culture shock, you have all these problems that you just don't know a lot of things. Honestly, even if in your perfect environment, it's impossible to not make mistakes and fail, but the odds will be multiplied 10 times 100 times 1000 times as much, because that's just the nature of things, you're stepping into the unknown. And when there's lots of uncertainty, the chances of making a mistake goes higher. But then that's okay. That should be okay. So that's where the, as you mentioned, the courage and adventures converge, essentially, and then you need the reason. Now, for some people, it's just ambition, or, you know, curiosity, or both. For some people, it's just, you know, what I want to give my children children a better life, potentially, or I want this or that. And for some people, unfortunately, it's not a choice. They're forced, as forced upon them. Okay, so let's just move on a little bit before we come to the close of this episode. So next episode, we'll talk about a little bit more about the entrepreneurship aspect of it. But I just wanted to address because we mentioned the bureaucracy. So as with all governments, when you deal with them, they tend to be a bit bureaucratic. And that obviously creates a lot of hurdles. Now, one of the advantages of I guess, specifically United States, and I guess in recent years, Canada has been that actually to try to remove lots of these bureaucracy to a high degree or reduce them, at least, when it comes to talent when it comes to entrepreneurs, when it comes to investors. So that you can tap into a pool of talent, and capital all over the world, not only within your own confined borders. And I guess that's one of the success stories of America that actually, United States specifically, I mean, America is a continent, the United States of America has been that the one of the stories has been the fact that they were able to attract the best of the best talents all around the world. And they've done that by trying to, specifically the past, but maybe less so presently, but then cannabis taking place a little bit. They have been trying to do that by reducing those beers, because they basically gave people a chance to, you know, focus on your own thing. Focus on things that you're actually good at. And of course, there's going to be some bureaucracy, that's just impossible, as you deal with governments that want to make sure that who you are, that their borders are made safe, that you're not misrepresenting yourself in one way or another. So there is going to be a little bit of that. And governments being the huge entities that they are not really good at producing these bureaucracies actually add to it. That's just the nature of things. So what do you think can be done in the case of entrepreneurial entrepreneurship or generally speaking, talent acquisition, from the standpoint of a country, let's say, like Canada, or any country, for that matter, that wants to accept immigrants and wants to accept talents? Or, you know, specific kinds of work workforce in different industries doesn't matter? What can be done in your personal experience? Now, you had the experience of Canada and had a very specific experience. Of course, I had a slightly different experience, but similar in terms of being theocratic. So what are the Do you have any thoughts? Have you thought about it? What can be done to or Not? Not? Specifically? I'm not talking about specific things, but directionally is there general ideas that you think can help with reducing this tension and allowing talent to just flourish?   Tugrul  29:17 Yeah, I mean, it kinda is doing actually good when I was like, like in this intrapreneurship program, the last day they mentioned me this intrapreneurship immigration program, I didn't know that before like it you had to apply it. Like, we just I was in Montreal. So the problem was, I couldn't speak French so I couldn't apply for the permanent residency, but I didn't know you can apply for intrapreneurship program even within within Montreal in Quebec. So if I knew it before, but the thing is, like you have three months, but usually it like takes one one and a half year. So in any As I won't be able to, like I couldn't probably get my permanent residency, even that case to build my startup. But this is tricky. To be honest. There are lots of talents around the world, of course, the country's companies, are they fighting to get this talent? But while you're like if you make things so easy for people to emigrate the country with talent, of course, is something good. But you have to care about the society also, like who you are like, like a given residency, these guys are, okay talented. But who are they? I mean, maybe they are not. Some of them. They are not like, they can be rude. They can make things harder for other people. You never know. I mean, just because they are mine doesn't mean that they are just struggling with other people.   Pouya LJ  31:04 Yeah. In my experience, criminals are very talented, especially the successful ones, but you don't Oh, yeah. Okay, so yeah, that's a good example. Yeah. You want to make sure that you're letting in the right kind of people and not international criminals, for example. Oh, yeah. Maybe very talented. But nevertheless, yeah. Okay. Yeah. I know. It's a level. Yeah. Yeah.   Tugrul  31:27 I mean, the software level, maybe hackers, they mean they are just stealing people's information, credit nerds, etc. They are so extremely talented. But then you're saying, okay, so you're talented. Come to my country. Still people here   Pouya LJ  31:40 like, no, it is. It is a tricky business. I understand that. Yeah, yeah. I agree with you. I think overall, Canada is not the worst for by any stretch of the imagination is doing pretty. Okay. Pretty good overall. Still, I think there are some aspects of bureaucracy that can be trimmed. If not, yeah, they're doing pretty good. But yeah. So   Tugrul  32:02 leaving times alone, for example, can be reduced this processing times? That can be much better. Of course,   Pouya LJ  32:09 people have options. Yes. You don't have to stress about it. If, for example, you get a rejection of some sort, and you have the time to respond to it in a timely manner. Yeah, I agree. I think I think that would be probably the best place to start to actually reduce this processing times. All right, we'll continue this discussion, of course, specifically, more on the entrepreneurship side. But before we close, though, is there anything you want to mention that we missed? Or you wanted to talk about that? We haven't?   Tugrul  32:43 No, not so far. I mean, yeah, I mean, it's tricky. Yeah, I agree. This everything is tricky. This is tricky for government. This is tricky for immigrant. I mean, this is not easy for anybody. Everybody is just trying to make things better. Immigrants, they are trying to make their lives better, or they're, like me, them and they have some they have ambition, and they also want to provide a better life for their kids for like, their belongings. And so you can do this here. And you just You need courage. So as long as you have courage, okay, that you can fail. I mean, there are things that are tricky, of course, you can hold you back for some time, you can just get mad, but you have to focus on the feature, not the problems, you always have to you should always have to focus on the solution, not the problem. Problem is there focusing on the problem is not going to solve the problem by itself. Focusing on the solution is going to help you to solve that problem. Most of the people or they miss this, but they just focus on the problem. Okay, I have this problem mine. I hate this. I hate that. Yeah, I am complaining also like, everybody complains because it's a good way of releasing energy, they have tension. But at the end of the day, the seriously you take this focusing on the solution part more serious. Complaining is something else. But focusing on problem is another thing, not that you shouldn't focus on that so you don't need to scared of immigrating. Just think about what you can achieve afterwards. But if Okay, let's say that if I immigrate to Canada, I want to immigrate to Canada. I want to move there. And I believe there are these are going to be problem this is going to be problem. Okay? But think about what you can do here. You can start a business you can find a good job. You can do something in quantum computation. You can do something good in AI. You can Go to a very high ranking university, you can study neuroscience, I mean, of course, there are like lots of opportunities, you have to focus on that you have to focus on what you're going to do next. Yeah, but meanwhile, governments are also struggling have to make have to pick talent and correct people, for the society to make the society better, of course. Yeah, because everybody wants to have a society that everybody gets along well, everybody shows respect to each other, like, everybody's happy, they can focus only on the things they they love, like, for example, you ai me a quantum computation, to, to move this technology move the science forward, let's let's move everything in a better way, like, like, let's focus on how we can make this work better in terms of how we can live better how we can make the technology better science and how we can make more discoveries, how we can go to other galaxies or the planets, how we can colonize them how we can mine the streets, we should focus on this because at the end of the day, we were just polluting our, like our home with mining, we need those chemicals, of course, because of many things. But if we focus all together, on the future, and on the things that we can achieve all together, like on the space, even like in the science, tech and anything art, I mean, everything just focus on improving things. It is the way how it evolves. I mean, it's the way how we should go instead of like fighting each other.   Pouya LJ  36:54 Yeah, has always been agreed. That makes a lot of sense.   Tugrul  36:57 No, I can't at this point. But   Pouya LJ  37:00 that's good. Actually, this is this is something we're going to continue talking about, the more the you know, the entrepreneurship aspect, the you know, the the innovation and improvements aspect. For sure it will start next episode, we'll continue that this conversation basically. From will we'll move on a little bit from immigration side, but we'll maneuver more on entrepreneurship and the Lean Startup philosophy that you were telling me about so we'll be could delve into that a little bit. All right. So I'm not going to say goodbye because we already said that we're going to have that next episode very soon. About Yeah, about the entrepreneurship aspect. But I do want to say goodbye to our audience. And I as always, I'm really glad that you guys tune in, listen to us. I hope you enjoyed it. And I hope you will join in next month. Thank you all for joining and until next episode.   Tugrul  38:01 Yep. Thank you very much. See you everybody. Take care.

    Holy Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church
    June 19, 2022 Temple Talk - ”Imanuel Indonesian Lutheran Church”

    Holy Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 19:15


    Gospel Reading: Luke 8:26-39 Instead of the usual sermon, Ade Monareh speaks about our sister congregation: Imanuel Indonesian Lutheran Church".  From how her family arrived to New Hampshire from Indonesia, to it's inception almost 20 years ago, to several touching stories about our Indonesian brothers and sisters, listen to Ade talk about her amazing journey.

    Accessible Art History

    Welcome to Accessible Art History: The Podcast! In this episode of Unearthed, we are traveling to Indonesia to explore the magnificent site of Borobudur! For images and sources: https://www.accessiblearthistory.com/post/podcast-episode-68-borobudur --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/accessiblearthistory/support

    HODCAST- Her World Podcast
    Cinta Laura: Misinya Untuk Membangun Generasi Muda Indonesia Melalui Platformnya

    HODCAST- Her World Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 29:15


    Simak wawancara eksklusif Her World Indonesia bersama aktris dan penyanyi inspirasional, Cinta Laura, membahas seputar single terbarunya 'MARKISA' , misinya untuk membangun generasi muda Indonesia melalui platformnya, dan perjalanannya memaafkan diri sendiri. Lokasi: Raffles Jakarta Content Creator: Kiki Priskila (@kikipriskila) & Vanessa Masli (@vanessamsli) Videographer: Putri Hanifa (@_putrihanifa_) & Karel Langi (@karellangi) Video Editor: Karel Langi (@karellangi)

    MXVice.com
    The MX Vice Show | Episode #102

    MXVice.com

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 100:49


    Lewis Phillips and James Burfield on Indonesia, silly season and more.

    Australia in the World
    Ep. 98: A (very) busy first few weeks

    Australia in the World

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 43:05


    The new Labor government has begun its term with a whirlwind of activity for Australia in the World. Allan and Darren begin their analysis with the Shangri-La Dialogue in Singapore, where Defence Minister Richard Marles gave his first major speech and met with his Chinese counterpart. Next comes Prime Minister Albanese's visit to Indonesia, Foreign Minister Penny Wong's visits to Fiji, Samoa and Tonga, and the episode finishes with Opposition Leader Peter Dutton's controversial disclosures regarding AUKUS negotiations, and news of a financial settlement over the aborted French submarine deal. We thank Annabel Howard for audio editing and Rory Stenning for composing our theme music. Relevant links Richard Marles, “Address: IISS 19th Shangri-La Dialogue, Singapore”, 11 June 2022: https://www.minister.defence.gov.au/minister/rmarles/speeches/address-iiss-19th-shangri-la-dialogue-singapore Richard Marles, “Press conference, IISS Asia Security Summit, Singapore” 12 June 2022: https://www.minister.defence.gov.au/minister/rmarles/transcripts/press-conference-iiss-asia-security-summit-singapore Remarks at the Shangri-La Dialogue by Secretary of Defense Lloyd J. Austin III (As Delivered), 11 June 2022: https://www.defense.gov/News/Speeches/Speech/Article/3059852/remarks-at-the-shangri-la-dialogue-by-secretary-of-defense-lloyd-j-austin-iii-a/ “China will fight to the very end to stop Taiwan independence: Defence minister | Shangri-La Dialogue”, General Wei Fenghe speech at Shangri-La Dialogue (video), 12 June 2022: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O_KMS5proso Anthony Albanese, “Address to Hasanuddin University”, 7 June 2022: https://www.pm.gov.au/media/address-hasanuddin-university Penny Wong, “Speech to the Pacific Islands Forum Secretariat”, Suva, 26 May 2022: https://www.foreignminister.gov.au/minister/penny-wong/speech/speech-pacific-islands-forum-secretariat Peter Dutton, “Labor must not torpedo crucial submarine plan”, The Australian, 8 June 2022: https://www.theaustralian.com.au/commentary/labor-must-not-torpedo-crucial-submarine-plan/news-story/bfe37713892d105203cdca255d86743c

    Helmy Yahya Bicara
    Chandra Ming - Ngapain Repot Cari Pegawai?

    Helmy Yahya Bicara

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 49:41


    Halo viewers! Kembali lagi di channel Helmy Yahya Bicara pada episode pencari cuan. Pada podcast kali ini saya mengundang Founder dan CEO Jobseeker Company, Chandra Ming. Chandra yang memang konsen sedari awal untuk membantu para pencari kerja dan perusahaan agar saling menemukan. Dia seolah memindahkan laman lowongan kerja di koran ke dunia digital. Mimpinya tetap sama, membantu dunia ketenagakerjaan di Indonesia. Mau tau kisah inspiratifnya? Simak video saya kali ini yang pastinya DAGING SEMUA!! ------------------------------------------------ Terima kasih telah menonton video terbaru Saya. Jangan lupa untuk klik tombol Subscribe dan aktifkan lonceng agar tidak ketinggalan notifikasi video-video terbaru dari Channel Saya. Ikuti juga konten menarik di Media Sosial Saya yang lain di: Twitter: https://twitter.com/helmyyahya?s=20Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/helmyyahya/TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@helmyyahyaoff...Facebook: Helmy Yahya Tokopedia: Helmy Yahya Store Salam, HY #jobseekers #chandraming #wismilak --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/helmy-yahya-bicara/support

    The World Vegan Travel Podcast
    S4 Ep17 | International School Teaching to Travel the World | Nina Radcliffe

    The World Vegan Travel Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 50:12


    Click here for the shownotesIn today's episode, we'll be talking to Nina Radcliffe originally from the UK she has been living internationally for more than 15 years, and now that's a long trip! Of course, Nina has been working during that time as a teacher in an international school in Spain, Thailand, and now Japan. Now, Nina is one of my very dearest friends and we became close when she became vegan when we both lived in Thailand. We worked together (I was a teacher at the same school) and due to the very progressive nature of the community there, there were lots of vegans and a lot of people that went vegan in the 6 years I worked there. This was around the time that Seaspiracy came out and teachers started realizing that meat had a very negative impact on the environment and it prompted a lot of conversations about animals and health too. Nina, a woman who has incredibly busy and has so many passions just added being vegan to the list when she discovered the impact diet can make on the planet, her health, and the animals. What can I say, she's a special person and I am so grateful to have had her as a good friend during my time in Thailand.I have wanted to have Nina on the podcast for a really long time because I wanted to have a conversation about international school teaching because I think it is a mystery to some, but basically, we are going to be talking about what international teaching is like and how you can get into it. It really is an incredible way to see the world.During my time as an international educator, I was lucky enough to work in Vietnam (where I first stumbled on this type of teaching as a career)  Indonesia, and Thailand, and had WVT not come along, I would probably be living in another country by now. Not only did help me develop so much as an educator, the opportunities I had, and the friends I made I will remember for the rest of my life. The intention of this podcast is to share our experiences and observations of working as international school teachers. Perhaps you are a teacher (or know one) and are looking to branch out. Perhaps you are considering a teaching career then listen in.

    SUKA-SUKA SOLII
    SOLII TALKS UTBK & #BOIKOT***

    SUKA-SUKA SOLII

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 7:50


    SOLII lanjuti cerita untuk minggu ini. Kali ini tentang Trending Topic di Indonesia, ada UTBK dan Boikot salah satu stasiun TV. Twitter @ssSOLIIpodcast: http://twitter.com/ssSOLIIpodcast Tiktok @solii1313 http://www.tiktok.com/@solii1313 Telegram Channel SUKA-SUKA SOLII: https://t.me/ssSOLIIpodcast --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/solii1313/message

    Talk 2 Talk
    #Talk222 Mengungkap Penampakan Noni Belanda Korban Geger Pecinan

    Talk 2 Talk

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 89:40


    Episode podcast kali ini, host kita Andriy akan membahas tentang penampakan hantu noni Belanda yang konon merupakan korban dari peristiwa Geger Pecinan bersama Christopher Reinhart, seorang peneliti sejarah Indonesia zaman kolonial Belanda. Listen full podcast episode only on Talk 2 Talk... ————————————————————— ~Support kami di: *Saweria: https://saweria.co/talk2talk *Karyakarsa: https://karyakarsa.com/talk2talk/support ~Check and Follow: *Instagram Talk 2 Talk: https://www.instagram.com/officialtalk2talk *Youtube Talk 2 Talk: https://www.youtube.com/c/talk2talk *Facebook Talk 2 Talk: https://www.facebook.com/officialtalk2talk Instagram Andriy: https://www.instagram.com/giovani_andriy Instagram Christopher Reinhart: https://www.instagram.com/reinhart.rei Twitter Christopher Reinhart: https://twitter.com/reireinhart

    La Porta | Renungan Harian Katolik - Daily Meditation according to Catholic Church liturgy
    Reading and meditation on the Word of God on Monday of the 12th week in ordinary time, June 20, 2022

    La Porta | Renungan Harian Katolik - Daily Meditation according to Catholic Church liturgy

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 5:40


    Delivered by Reina from Kristus Raja Parish in the diocese of Surabaya, Indonesia. 2 Kings 17: 5-8.13-15a.18; Rs psalm 60: 3.4-5.12-13; Matthew 7: 1-5 WHO JUDGES RIGHTLY? The theme for our meditation today is: Who Judges Rightly? Ferdinand is a cheerful senior high school student and a week ago he was elected president of the Catholic Youth of his parish. But after one week he resigned. The reason he quit so quickly as chairman was because many of his friends gave him constructive comments and suggestions. However, many more criticized and gave him negative views and slander. Negative judgments or being judgmental is found everywhere made by anyone among us. According to the Lord Jesus Christ, this should not be done, and should not be the lifestyle of His followers. It is a sin to make someone the ruler of truth and goodness. Jesus' affirmation to us today is intended to stop us from the habit of judging and condemning others that they are sinners. On the other hand, we are taught to prioritize the goodness and good values of others, because through this way human education takes place, love grows well, and solidarity together as God's people is maintained. Judgment, criticism and sharp comments are still needed for every person, group and community, but they should be given in gentleness and love. This is a sacred duty. Parents correct and even judge their children about the relationship between the opposite sex which is already worrying many people around. Maybe some young religious men and women are judged quite strong in the matter of daily life discipline that has dried up and lost its quality. This should be considered a sacred judgment. So Jesus' best advice for us is that whoever judges, criticizes and values his neighbour in goodness and in love, he will be judged accordingly by God. Who, then, can judge properly or correctly? It is God who gives. He is the source of love and goodness. We as His people participate in giving correction, proper judgments and appropriate criticism because we are indeed made as God's instruments to such duty. We should do this departing from ourselves to judge ourselves, whether we are clean or free from mistakes and sins. If we commit the same sin as the person for whom we are judging, while we ourselves have not the slightest repentance, it is tantamount to lying or hypocrisy. That will not work because people will challenge us to first give the proof if we are clean or we have changed. Words and deeds must walk together. Let's pray. In the name of the Father... O Lord Jesus Christ, make us sincere and true in giving judgments, criticisms and evaluation to our fellowmen and women, and make us credible Christians through our words and actions. Glory to the Father and to the Son and to the Holy Spirit... In the name of the Father... --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/media-la-porta/message

    The Par Train - Live. Golf. Improve.
    #191: How to Weather the Storm and Stay in It Just Like the Pros at the 2022 US Open

    The Par Train - Live. Golf. Improve.

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 57:42


    Ev and Cerm break down the biggest aha moments and takeaways from the 2022 US Open and the PGA Tour Pros who thrived (and stumbled) down the stretch. How did Fitzpatrick smile through his hardest moments, Scottie Scheffler's attitude, Zalatoris level commitment, and so much more. If your round feels like it's going south, and it's just hard out there (Like a US Open is for the pros), this episode is for you. Learn to weather the storm and stay in it, no matter what. The Par Train Podcast is brought to you by Rhoback Activewear aka the greatest polos, qzips, and hoodies in golf. Tap this link https://bit.ly/3myURyP for 15% off their new polos, hoodies, performance tees and more (auto applies in your cart). Men's Health Magazine named this the Best Sunscreen of 2021. The "Go Stick" was named the best product of the 2022 PGA Show. Stop leaving your sun protection up to chance in the pro shop and get a good smelling, non greasy option you deserve. Go to www.oarsandalps.com and enter the code TRAIN for 15% off! Don't be like Cerm and use Coppertone Sport. It's time for an upgrade! Want the best new glove in golf per mygolfspy? Red Rooster Golf is has the finest, handstitched leather from Indonesia. Stop getting the wrong size glove and treat your game with the feel it deserves. Also, every glove you buy at Red Rooster Golf donates a glove to a junior in need. Go to https://redroostergolf.com/train and enter the code TRAIN for 20% off! As always, thanks for hopping aboard. #EnjoyTheRide

    BBC Indonesia
    Dunia Pagi Ini BBC Indonesia, Senin 20 Juni 2022

    BBC Indonesia

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 19, 2022 14:59


    Komisi Disiplin PSSI menerjunkan tim investigasi untuk menyelidiki tewasnya dua pendukung sepak bola dalam pertandingan antara Persib Bandung dan Persebaya Surabaya.

    Motorsport101
    Episode #371: 2022 Formula E Jakarta ePrix Report

    Motorsport101

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 19, 2022 37:37


    Formula E headed off to a brand new round as their 2022 season continued, as Jakarta became a well-liked and enjoyable round on the calendar. We talk MITCCCCCCCCCH BRAAAAAAAAAAAH as he claimed a narrow, but frenetic third win of the season over Jean-Eric Vergne and Edo Mortara with just under a second covering the trio over the line. We break down how he won, and how dramatic it was. We also get into an interesting debate over the track itself, and how it... wasn't really a "Street Circuit" compared to most on the Formula E calendar. There's no doubt Indonesia was well received by drivers like Nyck De Vries, Stoffel Vandoorne and others, but we the hosts got into a debate about whether its a good thing the series is turning away from its roots. We also talk Nyck De Vries probably being out of title contention after a puncture ended his race at the hands of Andre Lotterer (again). Should Mercs be telling Nyck to step aside to support Stoffel's campaign? We discuss that and more on Motorsport101!

    Bahasa Indonesia Bersama Windah (for intermediate Indonesian language learners)

    Di episode ini, kita akan membahas becak, salah satu kendaraan yang bisa ditemukan di Indonesia, mulai dari kenapa dan di mana kita bisa naik becak, sampai cerita pengalamanku naik becak. Selamat mendengarkan! Terima kasih banyak atas dukungannya untuk: TEMAN WINDAH Andrew Wood John McBride Sky Lee Kristofer Nivens Sebastian vc Mumumu Ely Ratna Wentz Alex Lee Dave L. Kramer P. Clayton D. Causey, CT Arthur JayjayVentura Lorenz Manthey wburnham31 Mel Barnes Vanessa Hack Nicole Hough John Shum Luis Paez Chloe Ariana Craig Redriff Marius Charlotte Lachlan Jonny 5 Sean M Vy Jon Porter Gert-Jan van Rooijen Satoru Kawamoto G Esvelt Yuzo Kuboyama Olivier Harnisch Kira Sensei Michael Hellgren Hugh H PENDENGAR SETIA Svenja Ash H Harvey Johanna Peard

    Hackberry House of Chosun
    Four tragic stories from the Persecuted

    Hackberry House of Chosun

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 18, 2022 8:00


    From Bangladesh, Central African Republic, Indonesia, and Mexico, come tales of the ongoing hatred of our enemy and his desire to extinguish the Light of Christ.

    Storie di Geopolitica
    Filippine: satrapia dei Marcos e frontiera tra Stati Uniti e Cina

    Storie di Geopolitica

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 18, 2022 31:55


    Questa puntata è stata sponsorizzata da NordVPN. Per approfittare dell'offerta con sconto esclusivo e bonus aggiuntivo, vi basterà applicare il coupon NOVAGEO al seguente link: https://www.nordvpn.com/novageo episodio dedicato alla storia delle isole Filippine, dall'indipendenza fino al ritorno del nuovo presidente Ferdinando Marcos Jr., figlio dell'ex dittatore Marcos. Il mio nuovo libro "Instant storia contemporanea":Amazon: https://amzn.to/3kK8Z8zlaFeltrinelli: https://bit.ly/InstantStoriaContemporanea_LFIBS: https://bit.ly/InstantStoriaContemporanea_IBSUn ringraziamento enorme al mio collaboratore Paolo Arigotti per la fase di fact checking e scriptaggio dell'episodio. Per informazioni su Paolo:Youtube https://bit.ly/3adusljFacebook.com/paoloarigottiInstagram paolo_arigotti_writerFonti utilizzate:web.archive.org/web/20071022221129/http://www.gov.ph/aboutphil/general.aspweb.archive.org/web/20090622095234/http://www.selvesandothers.org/article9315.htmlwww.populationpyramid.net/it/filippine/2022/www.worldometers.info/world-population/philippines-population/www.infomercatiesteri.it/indicatori_macroeconomici.php?id_paesi=124#www.ilsole24ore.com/art/le-filippine-un-opportunita-nell-immediato-oppure-e-meglio-aspettare-AEFQUVLtravelnostop.com/news/senza-categoria/nelle-filippine-si-aprono-possibilita-di-investimenti-nel-turismo_544631www.corriereasia.com/la-storia-delle-isole-filippine/news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/asia-pacific/1695576.stmwww.treccani.it/enciclopedia/ferdinand-edralin-marcoswww.ilpost.it/2022/05/07/marcos-regime-filippine-imelda/biblio.toscana.it/argomento/Imelda%20Marcoswww.elle.com/it/magazine/women-in-society/a39952777/imelda-marcos-moglie-dittatore-filippine/www.ispionline.it/it/pubblicazione/accordo-di-difesa-usa-filippinetensione-nei-mari-cinesi-10383www.ispionline.it/it/pubblicazione/manila-si-avvicina-pechino-e-spaventa-gli-usa-15886www.notiziegeopolitiche.net/filippine-il-presidente-duterte-nella-difficile-contrapposizione-tra-cina-e-usa-nel-mar-cinese-meridionale/ilcaffegeopolitico.net/311007/le-filippine-e-i-territori-contesi-con-la-cina-nel-mar-cinese-meridionalewww.geopolitica.info/duterte-pone-fine-al-vfa-le-filippine-tra-usa-e-cina/www.ispionline.it/it/pubblicazione/le-filippine-al-voto-la-difficile-eredita-di-duterte-34933www.geopolitica.info/malacanang-2022-passato-futuro-filippine-incontrano/www.avvenire.it/mondo/pagine/dopo-36-anni-le-filippine-ritornano-allera-marcoswww.ilsole24ore.com/art/filippine-ritorno-marcos-ferdinand-jr-trionfa-elezioni-AEHcAVXBwww.agi.it/estero/news/2022-05-10/bongbong-marcos-nato-presidente-filippine-16665947/www.agenzianova.com/news/filippine-il-presidente-eletto-marcos-non-rinunceremo-ai-diritti-sul-mar-cinese-meridionale/www.geopolitica.info/malacanang-2022-ritorno-di-marcos/www.geopolitica.info/filippine-cercano-nuovi-partner-strategici-india/ui.adsabs.harvard.edu/abs/1980GeoE....8...35B/abstractwww.ansa.it/sito/videogallery/mondo/2022/06/05/erutta-un-vulcano-nelle-filippine-il-villaggio-di-juban-viene-ricoperto-di-cenere_8ed1ad16-81bb-472a-9f71-2de0a2f7d3fa.htmlwww.trend-online.com/borsa/filippinein-maggio-tasso-d-inflazione-salito-al-5-4annuo-444497/www.tgcom24.mediaset.it/mondo/filippine-ucciso-il-portavoce-dell-isis-nell-asia-orientale_51122668-202202k.shtmlwww.geopolitica.info/leconomia-delle-filippine-nella-disputa-fra-usa-e-cina-la-variabile-nascosta/www.limesonline.com/cartaceo/le-filippine-sulla-linea-del-frontewww.limesonline.com/cartaceo/perche-le-filippine-non-possono-rinunciare-agli-stati-unitiwww.limesonline.com/rubrica/cina-filippine-whitsun-reef-isola-artificiale-usa

    For the Sake of the Child
    Guiding How Our Children Process Race

    For the Sake of the Child

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 11:54


    Description: Sesame Street discusses resources that can help prepare military families on the conversation of racial justice.   This podcast was made possible thanks to the generous support from the Air Force Officers Spouses Club of Washington, D.C. https://www.afoscdc.com/   Show Notes:   https://sesamestreetincommunities.org/ https://sesamestreetformilitaryfamilies.org/ A Conversation with Sesame Street about Racial Justice Resources for Military Families Webinar: https://us02web.zoom.us/rec/play/eCZpAFR5qUH_3MA6eMsbFDNrb5PVL4bAOr1V7DoiLXE6sGeYY21w9BswWc1dMJA5DEbJzvBPpBnhag1t.AYjOMeY117S6GEHt?startTime=1650988736000&_x_zm_rtaid=4m5zTm_GQumf-0y-kHSK5w.1655483423039.769650079e8c0ae34e6badaa17e5803a&_x_zm_rhtaid=786   I am Me Activity: https://sesamestreetincommunities.org/topics/racial-justice/?activity=i-am-me   Explaining Race: https://youtu.be/Dk_HYAiS26I    Racial Justice Resources for Military Families: https://sesamestreetincommunities.org/subtopics/racial-justice-resources-for-military-families/   Great Things: https://youtu.be/U9CYDrn1IEE   Bio: Sabrina Huda is the Project Director for various Sesame Workshop initiatives that reach our most vulnerable and underserved families.  Currently she leads Sesame Street's initiatives for Military Families, Sesame's COVID-response, and social justice initiatives.  Sabrina formerly worked on Sesame's international projects in the Middle East, Afghanistan, Bangladesh and Indonesia.  Prior to joining Sesame Workshop, Sabrina was an Assistant Director at Spence Chapin working in domestic adoption.  She was also a Teacher at the Barnard Center for Toddler Development. Sabrina holds a BA in Neuroscience & Behavior from Barnard College and an MA from Teachers College.  When not on longest street in the world, Sabrina is getting into trouble with her 11mth old daughter.    Anna Carbone is a Project Coordinator within the U.S. Social Impact Department at the Sesame Workshop, and a licensed community social worker by trade. She comes to Sesame with experience developing programs and communications strategies in the nonprofit, federal government, and higher education sectors. In her role at the workshop, Anna works on the creation, management, and implementation of resources created for kids and families around the nation with a focus on supporting military-connected and veteran families through their biggest milestones. Anna holds a BA in Communications from Marist College and a Masters of Science from the School of Social Work at Columbia University. She's honored to be among such amazing individuals today and to share more about how to use these tools in your everyday life!  

    3 Speech Podcast
    Ep 50 - Justin Bieber, Gashbombs and Fighting with Bouncers

    3 Speech Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 74:10


    We've reached Episode 50, so what better way to celebrate than by having Nico turn up late, learning about what food gay people eat and consuming some questionable Indonesian energy powder?!#3SpeechPod Produced by Vauxhaull Podcast Studio: https://www.vauxhallpodcaststudio.comFollow us on Twitter: http://twitter.com/3SpeechPodFollow us on Instagram: http://instagram.com/3speechpodSubscribe to the channel: https://bit.ly/3SpeechPodYouTubeListen on Spotify: https://spoti.fi/3LUpjzTListen on Apple Podcasts: https://apple.co/36EJyBmDARIUS DAVIEShttps://www.dariusdavies.com/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/persianofinterestNICO YEARWOODTwitter: https://twitter.com/neeksmanInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/bajancomedianYouTube: https://bit.ly/NicoYearwoodYouTubeLEO KEARSEhttps://www.leokearse.com/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/leokearsecomedyTwitter: https://twitter.com/LeoKearseInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/scottishcomedianYouTube: https://bit.ly/LeoKearseYouTube

    VOV - Việt Nam và Thế giới
    Tin quốc tế: Indonesia: Làn sóng lây nhiễm dòng phụ BA.4 và BA.5 có thể đạt đỉnh 25.000 ca/ngày

    VOV - Việt Nam và Thế giới

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 1:02


    - Bộ trưởng Bộ Y tế Indonesia Budi Gunadi Sadikin hôm qua( 16/6) nhận định, dựa trên số liệu giám sát dịch bệnh của các quốc gia trên thế giới, số ca nhiễm dòng phụ BA.4 và BA.5 của biến thể Omicron tại Indonesia có thể đạt đỉnh cao nhất là 25.000 ca mỗi ngày. Tác giả : Phạm Hà/VOV Indonesia Chủ đề : biến thể, omicron, indonesi --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/vov1tintuc/support

    The GaryVee Audio Experience
    Optimism Fueled by Practicality Is Unstoppable | Throwback Thursday Keynote

    The GaryVee Audio Experience

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 60:19


    Today's episode we revisit the Forward Keynote that I gave in Jakarta, Indonesia back in March. Remember to ALWAYS stay patient; Oh and hit me up to let me know what you thought

    Western Australia Country Hour
    Western Australia Country Hour

    Western Australia Country Hour

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022


    The immediate focus of an outbreak of Foot and Mouth and Disease would clearly be on livestock industries, but there would also be flow-on effects for all sorts of industries, including the grains industry. Australia is free of FMD, but the animal disease is right on our doorstep, in Indonesia, where thousands of cattle are believed to be infected across the provinces of east Java and Aceh. The cattle industry says an outbreak of FMD in Australia could cost the industry 100-billion dollars, but it would also have an impact on grain prices and the grain supply chain. An outbreak of Foot and Mouth Disease could also tarnish Australian biosecurity reputation.

    Tabi-Tabi Podcast
    CALL OF THE ORIENT EP5: OGOH-OGOH

    Tabi-Tabi Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 7:27


    Today's episode takes us to Indonesia to learn more about the Ogoh-Ogoh. ... Host/Script Writer/Researcher: Ethan Artist: @Yosining Podcast title suggested by Djhaemy Nazareno Music: The Path of the Goblin King by Kevin MacLeod Link: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/4503-the-path-of-the-goblin-king License: https://filmmusic.io/standard-license ... Sources: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ogoh-ogoh https://baligolive.com/articles/the-story-of-ogoh-ogoh/ https://www.diving-indo.com/blogs/bali-culture-ogoh-ogoh/

    Podcast Tirto: INSENTIF
    Mr. Assaat: Presiden yang tak Dihitung oleh Negara

    Podcast Tirto: INSENTIF

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 11:35


    Dalam sejarah kepresidenan Indonesia, nama Mr. Assaat sering kali terlupakan. Siapakah dia dan bagaimana sepak terjangnya? Yuk, simak penjelasannya di Podcast Sejarah Tirto!

    Pinter Politik
    Misteri Mafia Berkeley

    Pinter Politik

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 7:46


    Berakhirnya keterpurukan ekonomi di era Soekarno, juga menjadi awal kekuasaan militeristik Orde Baru di bawah Soeharto. Indonesia kemudian beranjak ke sebuah era baru. Soeharto mengambil alih kekuasaan dan mencari-cari jalan untuk menemukan resep ekonomi yang cocok bagi Indonesia. Indonesia akhirnya bergerak menuju sebuah model ekonomi yang sangat dipengaruhi pemikiran kapitalisme Barat. Namun, arah pergerakan ekonomi itu tidak terjadi dengan sendirinya. Disebutkan bahwa ada sekelompok ekonom yang memainkan peranan besar dalam menentukan kebijakan ekonomi negara saat itu. Mereka menggariskan arah pembangunan yang pada akhirnya justru dicap membuat Indonesia menjadi boneka Amerika Serikat. Kelompok inilah yang di kemudian hari dikenal sebagai para Mafia Berkeley, nama yang merujuk dari almamater sekolah para tokoh-tokohnya, University of California, alias UC Berkeley. Siapa saja para tokoh ekonom tersebut dan benarkah kiprah mereka merugikan Indonesia?

    Its Personal Podcast
    #ItsPersonal Podcast IV. 112.Jyoti Rajan Gopal talks new books, NYC, and family :-)

    Its Personal Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 34:14


    Jyoti Rajan Gopal is a writer, mom and Kindergarten teacher. Growing up, she lived in Thailand, Indonesia, Myanmar, India and China. Twenty-eight years ago, she moved to New York and now lives in Yonkers in a quirky old Victorian, with her husband and two daughters. Her favorite place in the house is the wrap around porch where she loves to gather with family or friends, read, write and drink coffee. Jyoti talks about her course with the Writing Barn (see link below), living in many different countries, family values, education, and new books! Jyoti, is such a treasure to the world. Listen to her share her story on Its Personal Podcast. Website: https://www.jyotirajangopal.com/about.html Writing Barn: https://thewritingbarn.com/class/perfecting-the-picture-book-i-with-jyoti-gopal/jyoti-6-week-class-graphics-square-3/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jyotirgopal/?hl=en Twitter: https://twitter.com/JyotiGopal

    BBC Indonesia
    Dunia Pagi Ini BBC Indonesia Jumat 17 Juni 2022

    BBC Indonesia

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 14:57


    Penelitian mengungkap subvarian Omicron B.A-4 dan B.A-5 memiliki potensi keparahan karena membawa sifat varian Delta. Pemerintah dan masyarakat diminta waspada dan tidak lengah.

    Podcast Subjective
    Yang Perlu Kamu Tahu Sebelum Berkarir di Green Jobs (ft. Tenny Kristiana & Idoan Marciano)

    Podcast Subjective

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 52:49


    Gue ngobrol dengan Tenny Kristiana, peneliti International Council on Clean Transportation (ICCT) dan Idoan Marciano, peneliti spesialis teknologi dan kendaraan listrik. Kami ngobrolin seputar Green Jobs, kenapa urgent untuk kita mulai transisi ke energi bersih, gosipin Tesla, Hyundai, dan tren kendaraan listrik, sampai solusi kebijakan dan aksi sehari-hari yang bisa kita mulai terapkan. Timestamp: 01:45 Cerita Tenny dan Ido tentang pengalamannya memulai karier di bidang Green Jobs 11:50 Apa saja yang termasuk Green Jobs 18:50 Transisi ke energi bersih dan transportasi alternatif 26:00 Seberapa signifikan solar panel 28:14 Proyeksi kedepan tentang kendaraan listrik 29:53 Bahas polisi yang bisa mendorong transisi energi bersih 32:55 Ngobrolin annual report punya Tesla 38:35 Indonesia capai Net Zero Emission 2050 bisa nggak? 42:55 Beralih ke energi bersih dan peningkatan taraf ekonomi 46:15 Tentang Green Jobs dan energi bersih, kita bisa mulai dari mana? #UntukmuBumiku #TeamUpForImpact #AyoAksiSekarang --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/podcastsubjective/message

    State of Power
    S3 Ep8: The Case for Community Supported Fisheries (Mads Barbesgaard in Conversation with Thibault Josse)

    State of Power

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 49:10


    New generations of technologically advanced, hyper efficient industrial vessels, have gotten too good at fishing. This limited number of vessels has a massive impact on the ocean. Fish stocks have largely declined since the 1980s, but not all fishers contribute to the problem to the same extent, nor are all fishing livelihoods impacted to the same degree. The crisis of overfishing, fuelled in large part by a small number of industrial vessels, is threatening the livelihoods of coastal communities and small-scale fisheries around the world who depend on the ocean as a source of food and income. Small-scale fishers around the world rely on traditional methods and practices, working in harmony with the environment to feed themselves and their communities. Around the world they are rallying around the idea of food sovereignty and the vision of a global food system with food producers and human rights at its center. At the State of power podcast, we are concerned with the ways in which power functions, on land and on the sea. With the United Nations Oceans Conference coming up between 27 June and 1 July, we thought this would be as good a time as any to take a closer look at  the oceans that make up more than 70% of our planet's surface.  How are coastal communities dealing with the capitalist advance into the oceans, the so-called Blue economy? What are the challenges faced by small-scale fishers today? Who are the small-scale fishers today — from France to Indonesia? What social divisions exist within this category of "small-scale fisheries" , what roles do  class, gender, and even race play -- and in this light, to what extent do "small-scale fishers" constitute a "political subject" that can fight for change?   Thibault Josse  works at Association Pleine Mer, a collective of fisher people and fish eaters working together for local, equitable and sustainable fisheries, through the development and strengthening of Community Supported Fisheries. A fisheries engineer, he works with coastal communities in France and in the Global South for social and environmental justice. Here he is in conversation with Mads Barbesgaard,  who is a researcher with TNI working on struggles around the use and control of land and ocean resources in the midst of the energy transition. Mads is also an associate senior lecturer at the Department of Human Geography, at Lund University in Sweden.  Image source: Pleine Mer

    Tides of History
    The Austronesian Expansion, Part 2

    Tides of History

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 43:26


    The first wave of migration out of Taiwan brought speakers of Austronesian to the northern reaches of the Philippines, the homeland of the Malayo-Polynesians. From there, they spread out over a vast swathe of Southeast Asia and Oceania, eventually moving to the distant reaches of Indonesia and the previously uninhabited spaces of Remote Oceania.Patrick's book is now available! Get The Verge: Reformation, Renaissance, and Forty Years that Shook the World in hardcopy, ebook, or audiobook (read by Patrick) here: https://bit.ly/PWverge Listen to new episodes 1 week early, to exclusive seasons 1 and 2, and to all episodes ad free with Wondery+. Join Wondery+ for exclusives, binges, early access, and ad free listening. Available in the Wondery App https://wondery.app.link/tidesofhistory.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

    The Scuffed Soccer Podcast | USMNT, Yanks Abroad, MLS, futbol in America
    #286: U20 player pool rundown ahead of Concacaf Championship

    The Scuffed Soccer Podcast | USMNT, Yanks Abroad, MLS, futbol in America

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 62:32


    The tournament kicks off Saturday for the U.S. U20s against St. Kitts & Nevis. The top 2 finishers in the tournament qualify for the 2024 Olympics, and the top 4 qualify for the U20 World Cup in 2023 in Indonesia. So it's a tournament that matters quite a bit! Matt Hartman joins the pod to talk through the players on the roster, the ones who aren't for various reasons, and a few other things.support Scuffed on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/scuffedScuffed listener survey: https://forms.gle/sBXXSaJ8jnP6RZDY6 join the Discord: https://discord.gg/X6tfzkM8XU buy our merch: https://my-store-11446477.creator-spring.com/drop us a question at this link and we'll try to answer it: https://forms.gle/rfzSEZJwsvnWSCxW7

    The Founders Live Podcast
    183 - Nick Hughes: Life on the Road and Lessons From The 2022 Founders Live World Tour

    The Founders Live Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 25:27


    This conversation took place during a Livestreamed Founders Live Center Stage event. Founders Live CEO Nick Hughes talks with Luis Antezana  to give updates and an overview of his 2022 World Tour which takes him to various SE Asia countries. He will spend most of his time in Indonesia, but will also visit the Philippines, Singapore, Malaysia, and Thailand. Hear his thoughts on travel, how it challenges you and makes you a better leader and human.   

    Farming Today
    16/6/22 - Seasonal workers and salmon farming

    Farming Today

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 13:09


    One of the biggest challenges for the UK's fruit and vegetable farms is finding a workforce. In recent years UK farmers have relied heavily on labour from eastern Europe, but leaving the EU means those numbers are now restricted and the war in Ukraine is having a further impact. So the search for seasonal workers is being widened, with people coming from Nepal and Indonesia. And all this week on Farming Today we're talking about salmon. We hear about a Scottish-based company hoping to open Scotland's first ‘semi-closed' fish farm, which they say could reduce pollution and sea lice in their salmon. Presented by Caz Graham and produced for BBC Audio by Caitlin Hobbs

    Misterios
    HDN 4X40: La Incubación de Sueños · Orang Pendek

    Misterios

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 126:02


    Hoy nos visita Enrique Ramos, es ingeniero de telecomunicaciones. Actualmente, desarrolla parte de su labor profesional como miembro del Instituto Monroe de los Estados Unidos, donde investiga e instruye sobre las aplicaciones del sonido en la modificación de los estados de consciencia humanos. Es un estudioso del mundo de los sueños e instructor de sueños lúcidos, así como instructor de una disciplina conocida en el mundo militar como “visión remota”. Participa habitualmente en congresos y en diversos medios de comunicación que tratan estas temáticas. La obra anterior de Enrique Ramos, Los sueños lúcidos. Una realidad alternativa, ha sido también publicada por esta misma editorial. Nos hablará de los sueños incubados, esos que están a camino entre los sueños ordinarios y los sueños lúcidos. Durante miles de años se ha practicado esta disciplina en un intento de obtener respuestas que nuestro plano no nos ofrecía y tan sólo parecían vislumbrarse en el mundo onírico. Bucearemos en la historia, en las antiguas civilizaciones y en el Antiguo Egipto para conocer más sobre las incubaciones de sueños y también buscaremos su presencia en dos grandes religiones. En el inicio del programa Milarca nos dará los resultados de su última encuesta en la que os preguntó a traves de Twitter sobre uno de los grandes misterios de la humanidad : ¿Qué son las Líneas de Nazca? . A continuación Alberto Hernández y Alex el Kowalsky abren el kiosko de HDN para hablar sobre tres noticias llamativas : El Síndrome Hikikomori, el 75 aniversario del descubrimientos de los pergaminos del Mar Muerto y una misteriosa fotografía obtenida por un cosmonatura ruso en el espacio exterior. Cerramos esta edición con "Leyendas Virales" donde Alex el Kowalsky nos trae un misterio que se hizo viral hace unos años y que a día de hoy nos sigue haciendo pensar y preguntarnos muchas cosas. Nos referimos a un vídeo de Youtube donde aparece el Orang Pendek, una criatura criptozoologica de Indonesia muy similar al Yeti. Dirige : Alberto Hernández Presentan : Alberto Hernández y Alex el Kowalsky Produce : Horror Radio Productions * Vías de Contacto : - hombresdenegropodcast@gmail.com - @Podcast_HDN (Twitter e Instagram). - hombresdenegropodcast (Facebook). - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCZM-EDKBOXPjte0343eyUMQ (Youtube).

    BBC Indonesia
    Dunia Pagi Ini BBC Indonesia Kamis 16 Juni 2022

    BBC Indonesia

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 14:59


    Langkah Presiden Joko Widodo mengganti menteri perdagangan dan menteri agraria dinilai sebagai upaya menjaga kestabilan politik, alih-alih membereskan persoalan di dua sektor.

    REP. MATT SHEA - PATRIOT RADIO
    Patriot Radio | General Vallely

    REP. MATT SHEA - PATRIOT RADIO

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 56:52


    Major General Paul Vallely (retired) is an activist, analyst, and informant. Having been called "America's General," he is the chairman for Stand Up America US Foundation (standupamericaus.org). He retired in 1991 from the US Army as Deputy Commanding General, US Army, Pacific in Honolulu, Hawaii. General Vallely graduated from the US Military Academy at West Point and was commissioned in the Army in 1961 serving a distinguishing career of 32 years in the Army. General Vallely is a graduate of the Infantry School, Ranger and Airborne Schools, Jumpmaster School, the Command and General Staff School, The Industrial College of the Armed Forces and the Army War College. His combat service in Vietnam included positions as infantry company commander, intelligence officer, operations officer, military advisor and aide-de-camp. He has over fifteen (15) years experience in Special Operations, Psychological and Civil-Military Operations. He served in many overseas theaters to include Europe and the Pacific Rim Countries as well as two combat tours in Vietnam. He has served on US security assistance missions on civilian-military relations to Europe, Japan, Korea, Thailand, Indonesia and Central America with in-country experience in Indonesia, Columbia, El Salvador, Panama, Honduras and Guatemala. He has served as a consultant to the Commanding General of the Special Operations Command as well as the DOD Anti-Drug and Counter -Terrorist Task Forces. He also designed and developed the Host-Nation Support Program in the Pacific for DOD and the State Department. He has in-country security assistance – experience in Israel, Iraq, Kuwait, El Salvador, Columbia and Indonesia in the development of civil-military relations interfacing with senior level military and civilian leadership. General Vallely has been a military analyst on television and radio for over ten years. He is also a guest lecturer on National Security, international political, economic issues, strategic planning matters and the Global War against Radical Islam and other threats to America. He and LTG Thomas McInerney authored the book, “Endgame” – Blueprint for Victory for Winning the War on Terror”, “Warfooting” and “Baghdad Ablaze”. He is a member and founder of the Iran Policy Committee. He is the Chairman of the Stand Up America. He was the senior military analyst for the Fox News Channel from 2000 -2007. General Vallely conducts an average of 4-6 national radio show interviews per week and is well known for his published articles on a multitude of subjects and issues. He and his wife, Marian, are the co-trustees of the Scott Vallely Soldiers Memorial Fund and reside in Montana. He and Mrs. Vallely are deeply involved in state and local issues as well as supporting a multitude of community events and activities.

    Lit Service
    Writing Different Voices with Jesse Q. Sutanto

    Lit Service

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 17:03


    Jesse Q. Sutanto joins the crew to chat about writing authentic voices for different age groups. Jesse is the author of Dial A for Aunties, The Obsession, and Theo Tan and the Fox Spirit. She has a master's degree in creative writing from Oxford University, though she hasn't found a way of saying that without sounding obnoxious. The film rights to her women's fiction, Dial A for Aunties, was bought by Netflix in a competitive bidding war. The novel will be out in April 2021. Jesse lives in Indonesia with her husband, her two daughters, and her ridiculously large extended family, many of whom live just down the road. For more about her and her books, be sure to visit her website.

    New Books in Political Science
    Sokphea Young, "Strategies of Authoritarian Survival and Dissensus in Southeast Asia: Weak Men versus Strongmen" (Palgrave Macmillan, 2021)

    New Books in Political Science

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 29:04


    The durability of strongmen leaders in Southeast Asia has puzzled many scholars and observers of the region. In the book Strategies of Authoritarian Survival and Dissensus in Southeast Asia: Weak Men versus Strongmen (Palgrave Macmillan, 2021), Sokphea Young offers a critical examination of the ways in which the ruling regime in Cambodia maintains political power, and how these strategies of regime maintenance extend to countries like Malaysia and Indonesia. For Young, one way of understanding the longevity of strongman rule is by focusing on the cycle of interaction between government, business, and civil society. He finds that extractive economic institutions in Southeast Asia are essential in maintaining the power of regimes. While grassroots organisations use various tactics of resistance, Young argues that the outcomes of these protests, ultimately, are determined by the strength of neopatrimonial ties between business elites and the regime. In this podcast, Young reflects on the book's lessons for activist movements and civil society organisations in the region, how his background on international development and finance shaped his thinking on the book, the methodological opportunities available for researchers to conduct rigorous research on sensitive political matters, and the emerging developments in studying strongmen in Southeast Asia that are worth monitoring. Dr Sokphea Young is currently an honorary research fellow at the University College London. Like this interview? You may also be interested in: Sebastian Strangio, Cambodia: From Pol Pot to Hun Sen and Beyond (Yale University Press, 2020) Nicole Curato is a Professor of Sociology in the Centre for Deliberative Democracy and Global Governance at the University of Canberra. She co-hosts the New Books in Southeast Asia Studies channel. This episode was produced in collaboration with Erron C. Medina of the Development Studies Program of Ateneo De Manila University. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/political-science

    New Books in Sociology
    Sokphea Young, "Strategies of Authoritarian Survival and Dissensus in Southeast Asia: Weak Men versus Strongmen" (Palgrave Macmillan, 2021)

    New Books in Sociology

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 29:04


    The durability of strongmen leaders in Southeast Asia has puzzled many scholars and observers of the region. In the book Strategies of Authoritarian Survival and Dissensus in Southeast Asia: Weak Men versus Strongmen (Palgrave Macmillan, 2021), Sokphea Young offers a critical examination of the ways in which the ruling regime in Cambodia maintains political power, and how these strategies of regime maintenance extend to countries like Malaysia and Indonesia. For Young, one way of understanding the longevity of strongman rule is by focusing on the cycle of interaction between government, business, and civil society. He finds that extractive economic institutions in Southeast Asia are essential in maintaining the power of regimes. While grassroots organisations use various tactics of resistance, Young argues that the outcomes of these protests, ultimately, are determined by the strength of neopatrimonial ties between business elites and the regime. In this podcast, Young reflects on the book's lessons for activist movements and civil society organisations in the region, how his background on international development and finance shaped his thinking on the book, the methodological opportunities available for researchers to conduct rigorous research on sensitive political matters, and the emerging developments in studying strongmen in Southeast Asia that are worth monitoring. Dr Sokphea Young is currently an honorary research fellow at the University College London. Like this interview? You may also be interested in: Sebastian Strangio, Cambodia: From Pol Pot to Hun Sen and Beyond (Yale University Press, 2020) Nicole Curato is a Professor of Sociology in the Centre for Deliberative Democracy and Global Governance at the University of Canberra. She co-hosts the New Books in Southeast Asia Studies channel. This episode was produced in collaboration with Erron C. Medina of the Development Studies Program of Ateneo De Manila University. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/sociology

    New Books in Southeast Asian Studies
    Sokphea Young, "Strategies of Authoritarian Survival and Dissensus in Southeast Asia: Weak Men versus Strongmen" (Palgrave Macmillan, 2021)

    New Books in Southeast Asian Studies

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 29:04


    The durability of strongmen leaders in Southeast Asia has puzzled many scholars and observers of the region. In the book Strategies of Authoritarian Survival and Dissensus in Southeast Asia: Weak Men versus Strongmen (Palgrave Macmillan, 2021), Sokphea Young offers a critical examination of the ways in which the ruling regime in Cambodia maintains political power, and how these strategies of regime maintenance extend to countries like Malaysia and Indonesia. For Young, one way of understanding the longevity of strongman rule is by focusing on the cycle of interaction between government, business, and civil society. He finds that extractive economic institutions in Southeast Asia are essential in maintaining the power of regimes. While grassroots organisations use various tactics of resistance, Young argues that the outcomes of these protests, ultimately, are determined by the strength of neopatrimonial ties between business elites and the regime. In this podcast, Young reflects on the book's lessons for activist movements and civil society organisations in the region, how his background on international development and finance shaped his thinking on the book, the methodological opportunities available for researchers to conduct rigorous research on sensitive political matters, and the emerging developments in studying strongmen in Southeast Asia that are worth monitoring. Dr Sokphea Young is currently an honorary research fellow at the University College London. Like this interview? You may also be interested in: Sebastian Strangio, Cambodia: From Pol Pot to Hun Sen and Beyond (Yale University Press, 2020) Nicole Curato is a Professor of Sociology in the Centre for Deliberative Democracy and Global Governance at the University of Canberra. She co-hosts the New Books in Southeast Asia Studies channel. This episode was produced in collaboration with Erron C. Medina of the Development Studies Program of Ateneo De Manila University. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/southeast-asian-studies

    Herbert Smith Freehills Podcasts
    Future of Consumer APAC: The surge of social commerce in Indonesia

    Herbert Smith Freehills Podcasts

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 11:05


    Cellia Cognard and Stephanie set the social commerce scene before discussing regulatory considerations for building brands and driving sales including the various regulations specific to advertising products in Indonesia. They cover “negative content”, the significant role of influencers and data protection issues - noting some of the key regulatory gaps to monitor in this rapidly developing digital economy. Visit our series: https://www.herbertsmithfreehills.com/insight/the-future-of-consumer-%E2%80%93-asia-pacific-predictions

    BBC Indonesia
    Dunia Pagi Ini BBC Indonesia Rabu 15 Juni 2022

    BBC Indonesia

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 14:58


    Organisasi Kesehatan Dunia (WHO) menyebut jumlah kasus dan kematian akibat Covid turun 90% dari puncak pandemi yang terjadi awal tahun ini.