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INTERNATIONAL WEBINAR 2021: BEAUTY TALKS
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INTERNATIONAL WEBINAR 2021: BEAUTY TALKS

Our preoccupation with beauty is an international obsession, but how we define beauty across the globe couldn’t be more different. In an effort to break down beauty barriers, we’re taking a look at what being “beautiful” means at home – and beyond our borders.International Webinar held by Faculty of Pharmacy Universitas Airlangga will talk about beauty standard around the world with our main theme“Beauty Talks: Tackling Society’s Perception of Beauty”You will have a very interesting session with our speakers from Indonesia, Nepal, Philippines, Singapore, and Vietnam.This webinar will be held on:🗓 October 23rd 2021 (Saturday)⏱ 13.00 - 15.45 (GMT+7)💻 Zoom MeetingWhat are you waiting for? don’t forget to join us by registering at:http://tiny.cc/RegistrationIntweb2...
Heeding to Multilateralism and International Law Can Be Redemptive During COVID-19 Dilemma
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Heeding to Multilateralism and International Law Can Be Redemptive During COVID-19 Dilemma

By Adib BazgirThe COVID-19 pandemic should be considered as a phenomenon that will damage countries in the international interdependence context. Simultaneously, the structure of the international system has placed a responsibility on China and international organizations and other countries to combat this transnational threat. In addition to controlling the issue at the national level, China seeks to pursue its foreign policy by taking a decisive approach that has been used from the start of the Xi Jinping administration to get achievements and move away from a peaceful and soothed politics. The country intends to transform its international image from a security and order-disrupting actor to an economic-security actor and a protestor to the existing international order, but ...
13 Positive Sides of COVID-19
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13 Positive Sides of COVID-19

By Prem LamichhaneIn the time when we are witnessing the extreme opposing sides of the COVID-19 pandemic globally, there are positive sides too. There are not only threats but also opportunities. So, here are 13 positive sides of the COVID-19 pandemic: Reliably more time:Today, people spend more time on social gatherings and entertainment such as going to the theater, cinema, restaurant, bar, sports club, gym, music, festivals, concerts, celebrations, etc. Suddenly, all of those events are canceled or forbidden, giving us significant amounts of extra time. Although this doesn’t apply to the healthcare sector and other crucial sectors, it applies to many industries. Instead of wasting time, the opportunity is to spend this time on other things, not just during the ...
A Volunteering Doctor for COVID-19 In A District Hospital In Indonesia
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A Volunteering Doctor for COVID-19 In A District Hospital In Indonesia

By Andi NugrahaAs a doctor, I feel blessed to have an opportunity to take my specialization in Internal Medicine at Airlangga University, Indonesia (UNAIR). Our District Hospital, dr. Soetomo Hospital is one of the biggest hospitals in our country and a referral center of East Indonesia. For your information, Indonesia has only three referral centers for East Indonesia, Central Indonesia, and West Indonesia. I have known this all along and actually, and I made my decision based on that fact. In my first years, I was thrilled with the variety of conditions that my patients have. I learned a lot about how to treat my patients wholly, not only from the physical diseases but other aspects such as mental health (for patients with severe conditions) and social issues for pa...
What Indonesia Could Learn from Thailand during the COVID-19 Crisis: An Untold Success Story
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What Indonesia Could Learn from Thailand during the COVID-19 Crisis: An Untold Success Story

By Muhammad Maulana IberahimWhile South Korea, Taiwan, and Vietnam have been praised by many due to their governments’ responsive action in handling the spread of COVID-19 (Breen, 2020; Chau, Gregorio, & Nixon, 2020; Gan & Lendon, 2020), the mainstream media has paid relatively little attention to what the Thai government has done.In May 2020, South Korea, as one of the successful countries in dealing with this pandemic, has expressed appreciation toward Thailand through its Ambassador f the Thai government’s effectiveness in coping with the outbreak and flattening the curve (Wangsri, 2020).In Indonesia, in contrast, Achmad Yurianto, the spokesperson for COVID-19-related issues, has been awarded Public Relations of the Year by Indonesia Corporate Branding PR Aw...
Coronavirus, Agriculture and Possibility Post-crisis Global Hunger
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Coronavirus, Agriculture and Possibility Post-crisis Global Hunger

By Sujan GautamChairperson NAFSCOL Krishiban Pvt Ltd.Graduate, Agricultural ScienceThe novel corona virus (COVID-19) has created a massive impact on the wholesome economy of the world.Several countries around the globe are either under lockdown or stay at home order.There is a large disturbance in the supply chain including the agricultural supply chain.While these restrictions are very necessary to break the chain of spreading Coronavirus, they often interfere in the market chains and the trade of the agricultural products which have a significant impact on the livelihood, food and nutrition of the population around the globe.Nepal is also facing similar circumstances as the rest of the world. Being a poor economy country in South Asia, Nepal has been facing ...