Seorang petuga kesehatan memeriksa seorang murid di Salatiga Jawa Tengah sebelum memasuki kelasnya.
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Ketika pemerintah Indonesia berencana untuk membuka kembali sekolah, sebuah metode pembelajaran yang memadukan sistem belajar jarak jauh dan tatap muka ditawarkan.
A student in Salatiga, Central Java, gets a medical check up before entering her class.
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As the Indonesian government reopens schools located in the green and yellow zones, a blended learning approach is being discussed as a solution.
Korean health workers offer coronavirus testing in the Itaewon nightlife district of Seoul.
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South Korea's mass surveillance to curb the coronavirus pandemic uses technologies and techniques that are grounded in anti-LGBTQ discrimination.
Anti-junta demonstrators shout slogans during a rally in Bangkok, Thailand. March 31, 2019.
Get your thinking cap on – you'll need it.
Uganda has some of the most severe anti-gay laws in the world.
Of the 72 countries that still criminalise gay sex today, at least 38 of them were once subject to British colonialism.
Very wet weather is likely to persuade many regular cyclists and walkers to travel instead by car if they can. This is Bondi Junction after a storm hit Sydney.
The relationship between weather and our travel choices is complicated. We can't change the weather, but, with many other factors in play, good policy and design can reduce its impacts.
The People’s Daily, the official newspaper of the Chinese Communist Party, has let its displeasure over questions of influence in Australian politics be known.
Official Chinese editorials give an insight into Beijing's reaction to the stories swirling around about Chinese influence – and it's not good news.
Mass evacuations in response to natural disasters like Hurricane Maria are a logistical challenge, but also face psychological barriers to residents being willing and able to leave.
Promoting individual resilience will contribute to reductions in disaster threats for at-risk communities globally.
Xi Jinping will look to consolidate his power at the party congress next week.
Next week, the Communist Party of China will commence its 19th National Party Congress, where its leadership and policy agenda for the next five years will be announced.
China’s latest energy plan would see coal power increase by 200 gigawatts.
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China has pledged to peak carbon emissions before 2030, but is planning a 20% increase in coal power by 2020.
Tourists visit the Great Wall of China.The problem of racism in the country is bigger than that of Afrophobia.
Although ‘race’ as a biological category was discredited long ago, racial thinking or racialism is still common in China.
Some UN peacekeepers stand accused of sexual offences against children in the Central African Republic. An overhaul of the UN’s peacekeeping operations is needed to tackle the problem.
A UN report has found that in half of 12 country studies done on child sexual exploitation during armed conflict, the arrival of peacekeeping troops resulted in a rapid rise in child prostitution.
La diplomatie climatique réunit Xi Jinping, le président chinois, et Barack Obama, le président nord-américain, le 25 septembre dernier à Washington.
Le président chinois s’est engagé à réduire les émissions de gaz à effet de serre de son pays, en œuvrant pour la mise en place d’un immense marché du carbone testé depuis 2013.
Russia has different goals in Syria than the US and its allies. As ISIS weakens, that will become more apparent.
Climate diplomacy: in a another joint announcement from the US and China, president Xi Jinping committed to an emissions trading scheme in 2017.
Chinese President Xi Jinping has made a landmark commitment on climate change, pledging to launch what will become the world's largest and most important emissions trading scheme when it begins in 2017.
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China can go into the 2022 Winter Olympics with a sense of 'been there, done that'.
Cyclone Pam struck the developing island nation of Vanuatu in March 2015. Poorer nations are more exposed to environmental dangers so are more concerned about impacts that might increase the risk.
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Who cares more about environmental issues: people in rich countries, or not-so-rich countries? A survey suggests it's those in poorer places who are more vulnerable to issues like climate change.
Still the rising star. Three Chinese universities are now in the top 200.
Asian universities continue to stun the academic world. In just one year, four more have joined the ranks of the world’s top 200 universities. Now, almost one eighth of the world’s top 200 universities…
Affordable housing in China is usually clustered into fenced housing estates of 1000 to 4000 dwelling units.
Rebecca L.H. Chiu
The sudden dismissal of Australia’s National Housing Supply Council last month suggests we may be entering a new housing policy vacuum. This is bad news for aspiring first home buyers, whose numbers have…