Written by Nathaniel Alvino Risa Prima, Content Writer Intern at Project Child Indonesia Each day, we encounter the familiar scene of people, old and young, roaming the tips of traffic intersections as vehicles were stopped for traffic signs. They are holding used cups, asking for little money: some coins. While thick dust tints their clothes […]
Living in a modern world of globalization and digitalization, we’re constantly exposed to various media such as movies, TV shows, and books, from all parts of the world. But in all the media you’ve consumed, how often do you see an accurate depiction of yourself? How often can you pick out a character from a cast and be able to relate to their identity or cultural background? In this article, let’s talk about diverse representation and why it matters in the media.
Mental health is a state of balance in our emotions and thoughts, which affects how we think and feel and, consequently, how we act. But why is so hard to talk about? In light of the International Day of Mental Health, let’s talk about mental health and see how we can nurture it!
Today, we live in a society where we are pushed to do things efficiently and precisely. Many times, most of us get overwhelmed with the tasks, cause we often tend to procrastinate and do things at the last minute. Then, why can’t we effectively manage our time?
Happy International Teachers Day! Despite teachers’ significant role in education and society development, do you know that every year, Indonesia still experiences a shortage of teachers? Then, how is the role of youth in this matter?
Batik adalah salah satu warisan budaya bangsa Indonesia yang telah diresmikan oleh UNESCO. Pada Hari Batik Nasional, mari kita menjadi bangga pada warisan tersebut dengan cara menjadikan Batik sebagai Outfit of The Day.
In this day and age, where so many of our social lives and interactions rely on social media (thus creating a sense of belonging to said social media), there’s a technique used to repent those deemed controversial: being ‘cancelled.’ But what does being cancelled mean? And what is this ‘cancel culture’ that seems to have spread throughout the internet?