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HARMONI INDONESIA 2018 – 5th August @ KBRI – Undangan Terbuka Bernyanyi Bersama…

HARMONI INDONESIA 2018 Minggu Pagi 5 Agustus 2018 Pukul 08:00 WS @ KBRI Singapura R. Ripta Loka Mohon kehadiran menyemarakan 73 Tahun Kemerdekaan RI dan Menyemangati Sukses Asian Games 2018 serta membangkitkan semangat Kebangsaan dan Persatuan dengan bernyanyi bersama dan serentak di 48 kota di Indonesia serta 9 kota di luar negeri (Singapura, Kuala Lumpur, Bangkok, Hong Kong, Shanghai, Seoul, Tokyo dan Osaka). Konduktor Addie MS. HARMONI INDONESIA 2018 Bapak Presiden RI Ir. Joko Widodo akan bernyanyi bersama dan menyapa beberapa kota di dalam dan luar negeri dengan diluput langsung oleh 10 stasiun televisi nasional. Acara dipusatkan dari Koridor...

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YSE Helps Startup that Can Cut Costs for Fishermen by 90%

  Five ‘wizards’ from ELVISH working on new way for fishermen in Indonesia to operate their boats Five Indonesian engineering students might hold the key to boosting fishermen incomes by at least  50% thanks to savvy application of technology Digital technology is sometimes characterised as “disruptive” but if the work this group of engineering ‘wizards’ from ELVISH if successful, technology can also be “magical.”  The spotlight fell on Indonesian student graduates from the Bandung Institute of Technology (BIT): Azmi Roqi (22, from Cimahi),  Ali Zaenal Abidin (23, from Jakarta) and Irham Mulkan (22, from Bandung) as well as two...

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Chingay Cultural Insights

The Indonesian delegation shines the spotlight on Batak and the ‘Extravganza of North Sumatra’! INDONESIA has been a prominent participant in Chingay, Singapore’s premier festive street parade, which marks the 15th day of the Chinese New Year and technically the end of the festive period. In fact, since 2008, Indonesia has been sending the largest number of participants in each parade. In 2018, again a large delegation of around 173 Indonesians took part from various cities and regions (including Indonesian students from Singapore). Almost all came from educational institutes and training organisations representing some of the best of the archipelago’s performance...

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An Equal Future Only in 2235!?!

A professional womens’ association celebrates International Women’s Day (IWD) in March with an ALL-MALE panel discussion BASED on current trends, it will take 217 years before women will achieve equal financial parity. In the pursuit for an equal future, PrimeTime Business and Professional Women’s Association (PrimeTime) have started a conversation on the role of male allies and how they can contribute to the #pressforprogress movement, the only women’s organisation in Singapore to have a deliberately all-male panel for IWD. The event “An Equal Future”, took place on 8 March 2018, and was organised in conjunction with International Women’s Day, and...

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