• Physical Education: The Forgotten Subject in the Time of Pandemic

    Physical Education: The Forgotten Subject in the Time of Pandemic0

    BY : RENATA MELATI PUTRI   The massive impact of Covid-19 has wholly stalled the world of sports. Many believed that the pandemic might become a friendly reset-button for the sports industry. But recently, the situation does not hold much water.   Multidimensional impact of the global outbreak casts light on a vast inequality in

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  • Purifying Contaminated Information from the Fake News

    Purifying Contaminated Information from the Fake News0

    By: Mohammad Nasir *)   At least one decade ago, when social media are growing and bringing some fake news, Indonesian press are facing the serious problem of the contamination of information environment. Such as the contaminated water, it needs to be purified, it needs lots of costs for purifying it when we want to

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  • Indonesia Football League 1 Without Spectator

    Indonesia Football League 1 Without Spectator0

    Jakarta – Indonesia football assocation, PSSI, conviced that Indonesia football league 1 will be run in 1st october but without spectator in stadium and watching together among society. This policy have to be implemented to avoid new cluster of Covid-19 from football. “We appeal to all football supporter to agreed that match is without spectator.

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  • ust 34% of Indonesia’s stimulus budget spent six months into pandemic

    ust 34% of Indonesia’s stimulus budget spent six months into pandemic0

    SHARES The government has only spent around Rp 237 trillion (US$15.92 billion) of the funds earmarked for economic stimulus during the COVID-19 outbreak, representing just 34.1 percent of the allocated budget, six months into the crisis. Coordinating Economic Affairs Minister Airlangga Hartarto said Monday that the government would expand its aid programs until December and

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  • Transhumanism: Meet the cyborgs and biohackers redefining beauty

    Transhumanism: Meet the cyborgs and biohackers redefining beauty0

    As biotechnology advances, so too may our ideas of what it means to be human. Today, we can alter our bodies in previously unimaginable ways, whether that’s implanting microchips, fitting advanced prosthetic limbs or even designing entirely new senses. So-called transhumanists — people who seek to improve their biology by enhancing their bodies with technology —

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