Physical Education: The Forgotten Subject in the Time of Pandemic

Physical Education becomes the one that always gives leeway for other “more- important” subjects.

#OPINION

Rise of the Citizen Data Scientist: AI Analytics in a New Normal

With the right solution in place, organizations and governments can turn everyday users into citizen data scientists

JULY 19 #TECH

Wrong to Use China as Scapegoat for Covid-19

The Covid-19 pandemic has added strain to the already uneasy US-China relations today.

JULY 17 #OPINION

Fortify: Three Survival Tips to Build Financial Resilience

Take the chance to build some good habits and work towards your financial fitness during the Covid-19 pandemic.

JULY 06 #OPINION

Covid-19 and the Rule of Law

Some states may be utilizing emergency powers to consolidate executive authority at the expense of the rule of law

JULY 06 #COMMENTARY

Two Indian-American Women Could Be in 2020 US Presidential Tickets

The 2020 presidential election could be a showdown between Joe Biden-Kamala Harris, and Donald Trump-Nikki Haley

JULY 04 #INTERNATIONAL

Food Estate Project: New Ecological Disaster Brewing in Kalimantan

President Joko Widodo's administration is planning to embark on a one-million-hectare rice field project in Kalimantan.

JUNE 29 #ENVIRONMENT

VISION

No More Dancing: Pandemic Becomes A Quiet Time for Jakarta's Ondel-Ondel

Ondel-ondel artisans in Kramat Pulo try to survive the pandemic-ridden business.

#EYEWITNESS

Accelerating Cloud Adoption After Pandemic

Though businesses across Asia-Pacific are more enthusiastic about cloud services, they remain restricted by foundational gaps in adoption.

JUNE 16 #OPINION

Connectivity Key to Make Food Production More Efficient in Indonesia

Satellite connectivity can work in tandem with other connectivity technologies to create a more efficient agri-food ecosystem.

JUNE 02 #OPINION

How Indonesian Diplomacy Can Ensure Equitable Access to Covid-19 Vaccine

A Covid-19 vaccine may soon be available in some countries but harder to get in developing ones.

MAY 29 #OPINION

A Call for Help: Refugees Risk Catching Covid-19 in Overcrowded Shelters

A Hazara refugee in Indonesia tells of his experience living in a cramped and unsanitary shelter in Batam.

MAY 19 #OPINION

Healthy Oceans: Keeping Asia and The Pacific Afloat

Amid the global attention towards Covid-19, ocean sustainability and waste management need transformation for a better post-pandemic era.

MAY 15 #ENVIRONMENT

Young Smokers in Indonesia at Greater Risk of Contracting Serious Cases of Covid-19

The oft-heard statement "Covid-19 hits hardest among the elderly" might not apply in Indonesia.

APRIL 29 #HEALTH

Technology Is Here to Help and Will Stay for the Future

Tech will be critical to the rebuilding after the Covid-19 pandemic. What must governments do to ensure technology can play its role?

APRIL 24 #TECH

Pinning Our Hopes on the Vaccine Race

Technological leaps in fields such as genomics mean scientists can now map out the genetic sequencing of a virus a lot faster.

APRIL 20 #HEALTH

How to Flatten the Covid-19 Curve in Indonesia

Indonesia has set May 29 as the end of the Covid-19 health emergency. Are we too optimistic?

APRIL 17 #HEALTH

Coronavirus Crisis Should Change the Way We Treat Animals

With the devastation that coronavirus has brought to the world, now is the time for countries to unite to stop wildlife trade.

APRIL 17 #OPINION

What Covid-19 Teaches Us About the Next Pandemic

The desperate scramble to stop the coronavirus in its track has some important lessons for the future.

APRIL 16 #OPINION

Shanghai's Empowered Neighborhoods Are Better Alternative to Lockdown

How Shanghai handles the pandemic shows the power of social-distancing with the support of strong neighborhoods.

APRIL 12 #OPINION

Fighting Financial Crimes in Indonesia With Integrated Approach

Interoperability between payment platforms and an increase in digital payments over cash have resulted in more frauds.

APRIL 10 #TECH