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           Radioflautas273: sobre las elecciones andaluzas, la Revista Mongolia, los chalecos amarillos y Nuestra Madre de Loreto       Cache   Translate Page      
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          Hang Up and Listen: The Déjà Vu All Over Again Edition      Cache   Translate Page      

Listen to Hang Up and Listen with Stefan Fatsis and Josh Levin:

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In this week’s episode of Slate’s sports podcast Hang Up and Listen, Stefan Fatsis and Josh Levin are joined by Lindsay Gibbs of ThinkProgress to discuss the Kansas City Chiefs’ decision to cut star running back Kareem Hunt after TMZ released a video of Hunt pushing and kicking a woman. The New York Times’ Marc Tracy also joins to talk about Alabama’s crazy come-from-behind win over Georgia in the SEC Championship Game, where they were led by onetime starter and now backup quarterback Jalen Hurts. And Grant Wahl of Sports Illustrated assesses the U.S. men’s national soccer team’s new head coach Gregg Berhalter and the tortured process that led to Berhalter’s hiring.

Here are links to some of the articles and other items mentioned on the show:

Follow Lindsay Gibbs on Twitter and listen to her podcast Burn It All Down.

• Gibbs on the Kansas City Chiefs’ decision to cut Kareem Hunt and how the Reuben Foster case shows the NFL has failed every test on domestic violence.

Hunt’s interview with ESPN’s Lisa Salters.

• The Kansas City Star’s Sam Mellinger argues that the Chiefs’ Tyreek Hill “shows a path away from a heinous crime.”

Follow Marc Tracy on Twitter.

Tracy’s game story on Alabama’s comeback win over Georgia in the SEC Championship Game.

Backup quarterback Jalen Hurts led the Crimson Tide to victory and was celebrated for staying at Alabama after losing the starting job.

Tua Tagovailoa revealed in an interview with ESPN’s Tom Rinaldi that his father beat him for playing poorly.

Follow Grant Wahl on Twitter.

• Wahl’s story on the botched hiring process that led U.S. Soccer to hire Gregg Berhalter.

• Eric Betts wrote in Slate that there’s no reason for American fans to trust U.S. Soccer.

• Matthew Doyle on what we know about Berhalter as a coach.

Hang Up and Listen’s weekly teddy bear tosses:

Stefan’s teddy bear toss: Mongolian knuckle-bone shooting and other sports on UNESCO’s lists of Intangible Cultural Heritage.

Josh’s teddy bear toss: On Ronnie Cahill, who had the worst season by a quarterback in NFL history.

On this week’s Slate Plus bonus segment, Stefan and Josh talk with Slate writer and Alabama fan Molly Olmstead about what it’s like to root for a football team that never loses.

Podcast production and edit by Patrick Fort.

You can email us at hangup@slate.com.


          Providing Support to the Poor in Mongolia Through Lamp of the Path NGO      Cache   Translate Page      
Lamp of the Path NGO (LOP), part of Ganden Do Ngag Shedrup Ling, has offered social services to some of the poor and homeless living in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia since 2003. Its main program is a soup kitchen which offers food ...

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          Istruzione e Millenium Goals      Cache   Translate Page      
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Tra gli obiettivi del Millennio fissati alla vigilia del 2000 per garantire uno sviluppo equo e sostenibile c’era l’istruzione di base: secondo i firmatari dell’accordo, entro il 2030 sarebbe stato necessario garantire l’istruzione per tutti. Alla scadenza della tappa intermedia del 2015, quando si sarebbe dovuto raggiungere l’obiettivo di offrire “un’educazione primaria universale, assicurando l’accesso a un ciclo completo di scuola primaria a tutti bambini nel mondo, maschi e femmine”, ci si è resi conto che (come per molti altri obiettivi) i risultati ottenuti erano lungi dall’essere stati ottenuti. È vero che si sono avuti dei miglioramenti ma, ancora oggi, decine di milioni di bambini non ricevono alcun tipo di educazione scolastica (di questi 30 milioni sono nell’Africa sub-sahariana). Solo i paesi in via di sviluppo in Asia centrale e orientale e in Europa hanno raggiunto gli standard che ci si era prefissati, mentre il Medio oriente, il Nord Africa, l’America Latina e i Caraibi sono fermi al 95 per cento. I paesi del sud est asiatico hanno raggiunto la quota del 91 per cento nel 2009 e da allora non ci sono stati miglioramenti. In altri paesi, come nella regione dell’Africa sub-sahariana, solo il 70 per cento dei bambini e delle bambine ha accesso al ciclo completo di studi primari. Cosa ancora più grave, in 9 paesi dell’Africa sub-sahariana non sono disponibili dati sufficienti a valutare la situazione!


L’educazione non è importante solo dal punto di vista nozionistico: come affermava Condorcet nel 1791, “abbraccia tutte le opinioni politiche, morali o religiose. La libertà di queste opinioni non sarebbe che illusoria, se la società si impadronisse delle nascenti generazioni per imporre loro ciò in cui devono credere”.


La cosa sorprendente è che anche in molti dei paesi più sviluppati questo non avviene. A confermarlo sono i risultati di uno studio condotto dalla Fondazione Novae Terrae e dall’OIDEL, una Ong con status consultivo presso le Nazioni Unite, l’Unesco e il Consiglio d’Europa che ha analizzato l’indice globale della libertà di educazione (compresi i diritti dei genitori) partendo dalle disposizioni dell’articolo 13 della Convenzione internazionale sui diritti economici, sociali e culturali, l’Indice Globale della Libertà di Educazione presenta dati su scala mondiale sul rispetto e la promozione di tale diritto fondamentale e delle politiche che sostengono la libertà di educazione nel contesto nazionale e a livello regionale.


In Europa i miglioramenti dal 2012 al 2015 sono stati limitatissimi. È ancora limitata la possibilità “legale” di istituire e gestire scuole non governative (SNG); e anche quando queste esistono non ricevono aiuti sufficienti. Anche il tasso di iscrizione netto (istruzione primaria) che indica lo sforzo dello Stato in termini di accessibilità all’educazione, spesso non è così elevato come si potrebbe pensare: solo pochi paesi hanno raggiunto il massimo del punteggio in questo indicatore (come Gran Bretagna, Norvegia, Uruguay). Gli altri hanno mostrato lacune a volte sorprendenti.


Anche la posizione dell’Italia non è positiva. Nonostante le promesse e le riforme adottate siamo ben lontani dall’aver raggiunto i traguardi sperati: l’Italia è solo 26esima della classifica mondiale. La percentuale di scolarizzazione primaria è del 96 per cento e quella secondaria solo del 91 per cento. Ma quello che dovrebbe destare sorpresa è l’indice di libertà di educazione: qui l’Italia è solo 47esima. Il punteggio del Bel Paese (228) appare lontanissimo da quello di paesi come l’Irlanda (389), i Paesi Bassi (353) o il Belgio (352). Perfino paesi come il Guatemala (263), il Libano (235) o il Cile (303) hanno ottenuto valutazioni ben più positive. L’Italia ha ricevuto una valutazione che la accomuna a paesi come la Mongolia, il Gabon, l’Ecuador e il Camerun.


Anche un’altra classifica ha fornito risultati altrettanto deludenti: quella stilata dall’Economist Intelligence Unit sui sistemi scolastici di 50 dei Paesi più sviluppati. Ancora una volta sono emerse le problematiche del sistema educativo italiano e la sua precarietà. In questa classifica l’Italia è 24esima su 50 paesi: ben lontana dai vertici della classifica occupati da Finlandia e Sud Corea paesi dove (secondo i ricercatori) l‘istruzione e la cultura sono considerate fondamentali anche nell’ottica dei vantaggi economici che da esse possono derivare.


Vantaggi che evidentemente non fanno parte delle priorità del programma di governo (che non ha neanche commentato questi risultati).




C.Alessandro Mauceri






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          Plastic waste is a threat to Mongolian saigas      Cache   Translate Page      
Mongolian saiga had eaten a plastic bag and the stomach still wasn't decomposed.  © WWF MongoliaPlastic waste is a threat to rare species of Gobi Desert, not just marine animals. A ranger from Bayan-Uul soum, Gobi-Altai province of Mongolia found a saiga carcass in Khuisiin Gobi of Altai Sayan Ecoregion. According to him, the Mongolian saiga had eaten a plastic bag and the stomach still wasn't decomposed. In recent years, rural people have been using plastic bags a lot and it's common to see plastic waste in the Gobi desert. Unfortunately, it is clear that rare animals, such as Mongolian saigas are eating plastic waste due to scarce food.
In the meantime, WWF-Mongolia initiated "Plastic free rivers" initiative to engage stakeholders in the process of reducing plastic waste from rivers. The start of this initiative has begun in July 2018 to remove plastic waste from the Kherlen River from the eastern part of the country. Within the scope of this work, the community organized large cleanings along the Kherlen River and actively promoting the public awareness of plastic wastes.
 
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He is an experienced professional who had conducted such type of trainings for the last 16 years.  © WWF MongoliaIt is very important to train officials who are in prevention, elimination and environmental crime combat field in accordance with internationally recognized programs and standards. For that purpose, WWF-Mongolia in collaboration with General Prosecutors Office of Mongolia and Coordination council for crime prevention of Mongolia are organized a Training of the Trainers` Course on 19-23 November, 2018 for 18 specialists representing law enforcement agencies.  
Training was special as Crispian J.E.A. Barlow, Technical Advisor-Enforcement WWF Greater Mekong  had facilitated the sessions. He is an experienced professional who had conducted such type of trainings for the last 16 years. Theoretical and practical aspects of the training had covered identification of tracks and traces of illegal operations in the field, and collection of crime evidences. The participants especially appreciated the facilitator's guide where pictures, video and documentaries were used. The content also covered the issues of how to prevent from danger in the field conditions and how to render first aid during disease and emergency situations.
The training was of significant importance also due to introducing international practices around the globe, their working conditions, methods, and experiences. Participants expressed that the training was truly high level and they learned how to plan their content in line with international standards, also they were introduced new innovative methods of teaching.    
 
          "Superviviente profesional": Gabilondo desvela la estrategia de Pedro Sánchez a costa del miedo a Vox      Cache   Translate Page      
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El periodista Iñaki Gabilondo ha resaltado —en su comentario De finta en finta, en la Cadena Ser— el "charquito de agua en el desierto" que ha encontrado el presidente del Gobierno, Pedro Sánchez, en los "resultados desastrosos" que ha obtenido el PSOE en Andalucía, donde ha perdido la mayoría tras 36 años en el poder.

"Sánchez anuncia que el mes que viene presentará los Presupuestos. Espera que el miedo a Vox le ayude a reafirmar el apoyo de cuantos ahora le apoyan, incluidos los independentistas catalanes", ha argumentado Gabilondo, quien califica esta estrategia de "finta de superviviente profesional para prolongar un poco más esta agónica legislatura".

Asimismo, Gabilondo ha resaltado que la mayor evidencia de que son los grandes perdedores de las elecciones andaluzas es que a las primeras de cambio ha surgido "la desunión": "Susana Díaz y Pedro Sánchez fueron desunidos a las urnas y salen desunidos de las urnas, discreparon en la estrategia de campaña y discrepan ahora en el análisis de lo ocurrido", ha opinado Gabilondo, quien considera que "Díaz se equivocó por completo al planear una campaña de perfil peor que bajo, gelatinoso", y "Sánchez se equivoca por completo si cree que lo de Cataluña no tuvo influencia en el resultado".

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De finta en finta

Si no fueran suficientes los datos, el PSOE evidencia su condición de gran perdedor de las elecciones andaluzas porque en muy pocas horas ha mostrado el primer síntoma de la derrota, la desunión. La desunión conduce al fracaso y el fracaso acentúa la desunión. Es un círculo pernicioso en el que los socialistas están metidos ahora mismo. Susana Díaz y Pedro Sánchez fueron desunidos a las urnas y salen desunidos de las urnas, discreparon en la estrategia de campaña y discrepan ahora en el análisis de lo ocurrido.

Sería muy interesante saber si los lideres autonómicos socialistas que han de vérselas con sus electores el día 26 de mayo leen el fracaso del domingo pasado en clave andaluza o en clave nacional, si comparten el diagnóstico de Susana Díaz o de Pedro Sánchez. Yo, por mi parte, pienso que Díaz se equivocó por completo al planear una campaña de perfil peor que bajo, gelatinoso, y que Sánchez se equivoca por completo si cree que lo de Cataluña no tuvo influencia en el resultado.

Un resultado desastroso al que el presidente ha encontrado sin embargo un lado positivo, un charquito de agua en el desierto. Ayer noche en Telecinco anunció que el mes que viene presentará los Presupuestos al Congreso. Espera que el miedo a Vox le ayude a reafirmar el apoyo de cuantos ahora le apoyan, incluidos los independentistas catalanes. Es una nueva finta, una finta de superviviente profesional para prolongar un poco más esta agónica legislatura.

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          "¿Un poquito ARRIBA?": el 'palazo' de 'Mongolia' a Abascal tras un tuit de lo más crudo contra Pablo Iglesias      Cache   Translate Page      
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El líder del partido ultraderechista Vox, Santiago Abascal, se está "viniendo un poquito ARRIBA". Así, con altas dosis de ironía —y jugando con al "arriba España" típico del franquismo—, se ha referido la revista satírica Mongolia a Abascal, tras publicar el líder de la formación ultraderechista un tuit —que podría interpretarse como amenazante— dirigido a Pablo Iglesias y a Podemos en el que utiliza términos como "hordas comunistas", "tomamos nota" o "serán culpables de las consecuencias".

La realidad es que el crudo mensaje de Abascal contra Podemos, que ya obtuvo respuesta este martes del propio Pablo Iglesias —quien ironizó afirmando que espera que el político de la ultraderecha no le haga responsable "de las hemorroides que pueda tener"—, tiene más de 13.000 'me gusta' en Twitter.

Asimismo, el mensaje del líder de Vox ha abierto un maniqueo debate en la red social con más de 1.200 comentarios:

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          Mongolian sumo wrestler Takanoiwa assaults attendant      Cache   Translate Page      
The Japan Sumo Association said Wednesday that rank-and-file wrestler Takanoiwa, whose beating by former yokozuna Harumafuji caused a scandal last year, assaulted an attendant of ...
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A friendly cat gave out high fives to gym-goers at a CrossFit gym in northern China. The cute and funny clip, shot in Hohhot City in Inner Mongolia on November 27, shows the feline raising up its front leg to give the gym-goers running past high fives one-by-one. According to the owner, the adopted stray almost always accompanies people heading into the gym.
          PM Malaysia: Meski Tak Enak Didengar, Pers Bebas Menyampaikan Informasi      Cache   Translate Page      

Liputan6.com, Kuala Lumpur - Setelah kemenangan bersejarah Mahathir Mohamad dalam pemilu Malaysia 2018 lalu, ia menjanjikan kebebaan per di Negeri Jiran, suatu kondisi yang tak dirasakan oleh media pada masa pemerintahan sebelumnya yang dipimpin oleh Najib Razak.

Komitmen Mahathir dibuktikan dengan menghapus undang-undang anti-berita palsu (fake news) yang --meski tampak berjudul positif-- justru bersifat represif dan diberlakukan oleh Najib untuk mengekang pers jelang pemilu 2018.

Kini, PM Mahathir mendorong pers untuk melaksanakan tugasnya se-ideal mungkin, "Bahkan jika pemerintah tidak suka mendengarnya, pers bebas untuk menginformasikan," ujarnya beberapa hari setelah mengalahkan koalisi Front Nasional yang dipimpin Najib, seperti dikutip dari Nikkei Asian Review, Kamis (4/12/2018).

Visi Mahathir kemudian mendorong pers Malaysia untuk lebih tajam dalam melaporkan berita, termasuk, dalam hal mengkritik pemerintahannya saat ini.

Dalam The New Straits Times edisi 28 November 2018, mantan anggota parlemen Ruhanie Ahmad mengecam kabinet Perdana Menteri Mahathir Mohamad yang berusia enam bulan, dengan alasan bahwa kurangnya pengalaman anggota merupakan "dilema."

"Sementara mayoritas dari mereka (menteri) antusias dalam melaksanakan tugas mereka untuk negara dan rakyat, beberapa menteri ini diganggu dengan absurditas dan kesombongan."

Kolom artikel itu mungkin tidak akan terbit pada masa pemerintahan Najib. Sekarang Mahathir, justru memberi jalan bagi pers untuk mempublikasikan karya-karya jurnalistik 'pedas' seperti itu.

Organisasi-organisasi media yang dekat dengan koalisi yang berkuasa sebelumnya mulai berbondong-bondong mempublikasikan berita kritik.

Menteri Luar Negeri RI Retno Marsudi (kanan) saat melakukan perbincangan empat mata dengan Menteri Luar Negeri Malaysia, Dato' Saifuddin Abdullah di Gedung Pancasila, Jakarta, Senin (23/7). (Liputan6.com/Helmi Fithriansyah)#source%3Dgooglier%2Ecom#https%3A%2F%2Fgooglier%2Ecom%2Fpage%2F%2F10000

The Star, harian berbahasa Inggris dengan sirkulasi terbesar di Malaysia, telah mengkritik Menteri Luar Negeri Saifuddin Abdullah karena menggunakan singkatan di posting Twitter dan pidato resmi.

"Tidak peduli seberapa terpapar siapa pun untuk urusan luar negeri, masih aneh untuk mendengar dan membaca akronim dalam berurusan dengan diplomasi setiap hari," Mergawati Zulfakar, kolumnis senior, menulis pada 14 Agustus.

Tapi, Mahathir tetap ingin pers bertanggung jawab. Hal itu tercermin dari komentar 'tegas'-nya terhadap pemberitaan pers atas konflik agama di Selangor bulan lalu --yang melibatkan kelompok Hindu soal pembangunan tempat peribadatan.

"Pemerintah tidak memiliki niat untuk membatasi kebebasan berbicara tetapi jika apa yang disuarakan adalah kebohongan dan mengancam ketertiban umum, kami tidak akan ragu untuk mengambil tindakan," kata Mahathir di Dewan Rakyat, dilansir Malaysiatoday pada 29 November 2018.

"Pemerintah telah berjanji untuk tidak membatasi kebebasan dalam pemberitaan dan komunikasi berita tetapi kebebasan ini harus digunakan secara bertanggung jawab dan tidak memanaskan situasi yang dapat menyebabkan terganggunya persatuan dan harmoni rasial."

"Kebebasan berbicara tidak berarti siapapun dapat mengatakan hal-hal yang memprovokasi orang lain. Jika ada orang-orang yang melanggar hukum untuk kebutuhan egois mereka, maka pemerintah akan melaksanakan prinsip rule of law dan tindakan hukum.

"Pemerintah tidak akan berkompromi dan akan bertindak sesuai dengan hukum untuk memastikan perdamaian dan harmoni nasional tidak terganggu oleh siapa pun," kata sang PM Malaysia.

 

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Pemilu Malaysia 2018 Mengubah Iklim Bermedia

Mahathir Mohamad mencetak kemenangan bersejarah di Pemilu Malaysia 2018 (AFP)#source%3Dgooglier%2Ecom#https%3A%2F%2Fgooglier%2Ecom%2Fpage%2F%2F10000

Pemilu 2018 bukan hanya sekedar mengubah kepemimpinan, namun juga membawa perubahan atas iklim ketakutan bermedia yang dulu menyelimuti dunia jurnalistik Malaysia.

Sebagai pembuktian Mahathir atas komitmennya terhadap "jurnalisme yang bebas dan terbuka" pemerintahannya tengah berpikir untuk membatasi saham partai politik --atau figur yang terafiliasi dengan partai-- di media hingga maksimal sebatas 10 persen saja.

Selain itu, orang dan pebisnis biasa juga telah memperhatikan bahwa media tidak lagi diberangus, dan mulai menyesuaikan diri dengan 'angin segar' dalam dunia jurnalistik Malaysia saat ini.

"Orang-orang mengikuti dengan saksama tentang politik sekarang," kata Norman Goh, editor situs berita independen yang lebih vokal, Malaysiakini.

Tandanya, kata Goh, adalah peningkatan pengikut di platform media sosial portal itu. "Pembaca ingin berpartisipasi dalam percakapan."

Outlet media berbasis langganan sudah menjadi salah satu sumber pelaporan paling populer pada pemilu Malaysia pada Mei 2018 lalu, menarik sekitar 17 juta pembaca pada satu titik.

Perdana Menteri Malaysia, Najib Razak menyapa seorang pendukung di tempat pemungutan suara selama pemilihan umum di Pekan, Rabu (9/5). Pemilu ini pertarungan antara PM Najib yang sudah berkuasa sejak 2009, melawan Mahathir Mohamad. (MOHD RASFAN / AFP)#source%3Dgooglier%2Ecom#https%3A%2F%2Fgooglier%2Ecom%2Fpage%2F%2F10000

Tapi, perubahan besar terjadi setelah pemilu. Pengiklan yang pernah menjauhi Malaysiakini karena takut menyinggung penguasa, kini telah kembali, kata kelompok itu.

Popularitas Malaysiakini sebagai kiblat berita telah menjangkau negara tetangga. Bahkan China, mengirim seorang pejabat tinggi untuk mengunjungi kantor media itu di pinggiran Kuala Lumpur.

Guo Yezhou, wakil direktur departemen hubungan internasional Partai Komunis China, mampir pada akhir Juli untuk melihat langsung operasi media itu, kata Steven Gan, pemimpin redaksi Malaysiakini.

Mantan Perdana Menteri Malaysia, Najib Razak tiba di Pengadilan Tinggi Malaya, Kuala Lumpur, Rabu (8/8). Najib Razak akan dihadapkan dengan dakwaan baru di bawah undang-undang anti pencucian uang untuk kasus megakorupsi 1MDB. (AP/Yam G-Jun)#source%3Dgooglier%2Ecom#https%3A%2F%2Fgooglier%2Ecom%2Fpage%2F%2F10000

Atmosfer baru mengungkapkan betapa sedikit kebebasan yang dimiliki media sebelum perubahan kekuasaan, dari Najib ke Mahathir. Itu juga berkontribusi pada derasnya pemberitaan tentang kasus mega korupsi yang melibatkan mantan perdana menteri sebelumnya --skandal 'perselingkuhan' Najib dengan 1Malaysia Development Berhad atau 1MDB.

Dulu, berita jelek tentang Najib diberangus, dengan media Malaysia turut minim memberitakan dugaan campur tangan orang yang dekat sang mantan PM dalam kasus pembunuhan seorang model Mongolia, Altantuya Shaariibuu.

Model Mongolia Altantuya Shaariibuu yang dibunuh di Malaysia pada tahun 2006 (AFP PHOTO via The Star Malaysia)#source%3Dgooglier%2Ecom#https%3A%2F%2Fgooglier%2Ecom%2Fpage%2F%2F10000

Media berada di bawah instruksi ketat agar menahan diri untuk menghubungkan Najib atau istrinya dengan kasus kontroversial itu --yang ternyata berkaitan dengan dugaan skandal korupsi pembelian sebuah kapal selam militer dari Prancis.

Pemerintah Najib memperketat cengkeramannya lebih lanjut setelah tuduhan eksplosif pada 2015 bahwa Najib mengantongi jutaan dolar dari dana negara 1MDB. Editor media ditangkap dan satu outlet media independen, The Edge, dicekal. Para wartawan internasional dideportasi karena mengejar cerita 1MDB tanpa henti.

Organisasi-organisasi berita lokal, banyak dari mereka dikendalikan oleh koalisi Najib, mengikuti arus pada saat itu, karena takut izin operasi mereka dicabut oleh Putra Jaya.

 

Skeptisisme terhadap Komitmen Mahathir Tetap Ada

Perdana Menteri Singapura Lee Hsien Loong (kiri) dan rekannya dari Malaysia Mahathir Mohammad (kanan) bertemu di Putra Jaya (AFP)#source%3Dgooglier%2Ecom#https%3A%2F%2Fgooglier%2Ecom%2Fpage%2F%2F10000

Namun pertanyaan yang mengganggu tetap ada. Apakah Mahathir, seorang pria yang pernah disebut sebagai "musuh media" oleh Committee to Protect Journalists yang berbasis di New York, benar-benar menjadi garda pers ideal yang andal?

Analis mengatakan terlalu dini untuk menyatakan pers Malaysia bebas, meskipun pemerintahannya telah menghapus undang-undang fake-news yang dicanangkan pada era-Najib.

Gayathry Venkiteswaran, asisten profesor yang mengajar komunikasi di kampus Nottingham University di Malaysia, menekankan bahwa kecuali undang-undang lain yang mempengaruhi media dicabut, tidak ada jaminan kebebasan.

"Akses terhadap informasi mungkin sedikit meningkat karena pemerintah tampaknya terbuka untuk media," kata Gayathry. "Tetapi akses tersebut masih berdasarkan kasus per kasus dan tidak dilembagakan."

Masyarakat dan sistem politik berbasis ras di Malaysia juga menjadi penghalang lain terhadap kebebasan pers yang sesungguhnya, kata Eric Loo, analis senior di Universitas Wollongong, Australia.

Secara teoritis, Loo mengatakan, editor media bisa tetap independen bahkan jika kantor mereka dimiliki oleh partai politik. "Tetapi, realitas politik di Malaysia mengisahkan cerita yang sangat berbeda, karena media arus utama selama beberapa dekade umumnya condong pada partai yang berkuasa."

Perdana Menteri Malaysia baru, Mahathir Mohamad (kiri) bersalaman dengan Raja Malaysia Muhammad V saat prosesi sumpah jabatan di Istana Nasional di Kuala Lumpur (10/5). (AFP Photo/ Istana Nasional Malaysia)#source%3Dgooglier%2Ecom#https%3A%2F%2Fgooglier%2Ecom%2Fpage%2F%2F10000

Masih ada sekitar 35 undang-undang yang melanggar kebebasan media di Malaysia, kata pemimpin redaksi Malaysiakini, Steven Gan. Pemerintah, sementara itu, berbicara tentang pembentukan dewan untuk kemerdekaan media.

Tapi Steven Gan --yang menang dalam beberapa tuntutan hukum yang diajukan oleh pemerintah Najib atas keberatannya terhada jurnalisme kritis Malaysiakini-- ingin melihat undang-undang yang mengekang pers untuk segera diubah. Dia juga menginginkan reformasi untuk memastikan independensi lembaga-lembaga pemerintah seperti badan anti-korupsi dan komisi pemilihan.

"Oleh karena itu, bahkan jika orang-orang baru berkuasa, mereka tidak akan dapat menimbulkan terlalu banyak kerusakan pada kebebasan media," katanya pada sebuah forum di bulan Juli 2018.

Bahkan dengan lebih banyak rintangan di depan, godaan Malaysia baru-baru ini dengan kebebasan pers dapat menjadi contoh bagi negara-negara seperti Kamboja dan Singapura, di mana hanya ada sedikit toleransi terhadap berita yang dapat mencoreng pemerintah yang berkuasa.

Kazi Mahmood, seorang editor surat kabar Kamboja Khmer Times, mengatakan Malaysia dapat menginspirasi "revolusi media" di Asia Tenggara --termasuk Indonesia-- jika Mahathir berhasil menghilangkan pengaruh politik dari pers. Terutama, lewat kebijakan andalannya yang hendak membatasi saham partai politik di media hingga maksimal sebatas 10 persen saja.

"Meskipun sulit, masyarakat sipil di Singapura mungkin ingin menggunakan contoh Malaysia untuk meningkatkan kesadaran dan (mencari) peningkatan dalam kebebasan sipil," kata Gayathry.

Ketika menyangkut bisnis, pergeseran di Malaysia telah membawa nasib baik bagi beberapa organisasi media dan kesulitan bagi orang lain.

Malaysiakini, karena menarik lebih banyak pendapatan, memperluas operasi pengiriman berita dan mencapai jangkauan pelanggan sejauh Amerika Selatan. Tetapi pemain lain memotong pekerjaan.

The Malay Mail, tabloid berbahasa Inggris tertua di negara itu, meninggalkan edisi cetaknya dan mulai sepenuhnya digital pada 2 Desember, memotong sepertiga stafnya.

"Cara lama dalam melakukan bisnis surat kabar --dari iklan yang mensubsidi sirkulasi, biaya editorial dan pencetakan-- tidak lagi layak," kata Wong Sai Wan, kepala editor harian The Malay Mail.

PM Malaysia, Mahathir Mohamad menyambut kunjungan Menteri Luar Negeri AS, Mike Pompeo di Putrajaya, Kuala Lumpur, Jumat (3/8). Pompeo menjadi pejabat senior pertama AS yang mengunjungi Mahathir usai terpilih sebagai Perdana Menteri. (AFP/MANAN VATSYAYANA)#source%3Dgooglier%2Ecom#https%3A%2F%2Fgooglier%2Ecom%2Fpage%2F%2F10000

Tetapi, orang-orang yang mengenal perusahaan The Malay Mail dengan baik mengatakan, manajemen menembak dirinya sendiri di kaki dengan menjadi "corong de facto Najib." Penerbit The Malay Mail adalah Siew Ka Wei, seorang pengusaha yang juga memiliki usaha industri kimia Ancom --yang mana saudara laki-laki Najib, Johari, adalah direktur perusahaan itu.

"Kegagalan Malay Mail terkait dengan era Najib, bukan karena penjualan yang tidak bersemangat dan berkurangnya jumlah pembaca," kata mantan editor media itu.

Utusan Malaysia, sebuah harian berbahasa Melayu, melembagakan rencana pada bulan September untuk mengurangi tenaga kerjanya sebesar 800 orang, dari semula 1.500. Langkah itu muncul setelah mereka gagal mendapat pinjaman bank pada bulan Agustus.

Dikendalikan oleh partai Najib, Organisasi Nasional Melayu Bersatu, atau UMNO, Utusan Malaysia telah bertahun-tahun bergantung pada pemerintah untuk bantuan keuangan, kata seorang mantan menteri.

"Pada 2010, 2011 dan 2012, saya, sebagai menteri informasi, harus memberikan bantuan ke Utusan Malaysia dengan memasang iklan," kata Rais Yatim di portal berita lokal.

The New Straits Times (NST), corong UMNO lainnya, menemukan dirinya dalam keadaan tak menentu.

Pemiliknya, Media Prima, grup media terbesar di negara itu, baru-baru ini mengumumkan penjualan dan perjanjian sewa-guna-usaha dengan dana negara PNB Development untuk 280 juta ringgit (US$ 66,8 juta). Hasil dari transaksi, yang termasuk penjualan kantor pusat The New Straits Times di atas lahan utama di Kuala Lumpur, akan digunakan pembayaran utang.

Setelah menjadi lembaran besar yang memiliki reputasi baik, surat kabar ini adalah warisan pemerintah kolonial Inggris dan melacak asal-usulnya hingga tahun 1845, seperti The Straits Times. Di bawah pemerintahan Najib, NST mendukung pemerintah, tetapi bersikap kritis terhadap oposisi Mahathir.

"Kami sekarang adalah surat kabar oposisi," Abdul Jalil Hamid, CEO NST, mengatakan pada staf balai kota yang bertemu seminggu setelah kemenangan mengejutkan Mahathir. Ia juga mengimbau para wartawannya utuk memberikan pemberitaan yang adil terhadap pemerintahan Mahathir dan oposisi.


          dear Klairs Freshly Juiced Vitamin Drop Vitamin C Serum Review      Cache   Translate Page      


Dear AMW Friends and Dear Klairs *lol*
What's good in putting Vitamin C on your skin?


Well, Vitamin C - in it's pure form is an effective ingredient to lighten/brighten areas applied.  The only problem is that (just like Ascorbic Acid tablets if you noticed), they have short shelf life so it turns yellow or worst brown after several days under sun and oxygen exposure.  That said, how can we use Vitamin C effectively in our beauty regimen?

I've found a product from dear Klairs called dear Klairs Freshly Juiced Vitamin Drop Vitamin C Serum , one of the main ingredient is Vitamin C (ascorbic acid) but with constant research and packaging, dear Klairs were able to give us Vitamin C drops with longer shelf life.

Now, keep in mind that I have dry/sensitive and just weird skin!  I cannot imagine putting Vitamin C on my skin as I can imagine immediately redness, itchiness or worst - burning sensation.  That was my expectation when I did a patch test.

With constant research, I've found out that dear Klairs only put 5% of Vitamin C making it a safe amount to use even for users with sensitive skin.  But of course, I keep caution by adding moisturizer immediately after use and use sunblock more than ever!

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dear Klairs Freshly Juiced Vitamin Drop Vitamin C Serum is housed in a clear bottle with dropper which I love!  Very easy to use but I realized that since it has Vitamin C as main ingredient, it is best to store in dim areas not directly to sun.  I actually like putting this in the fridge instead to prolong shelf life.

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dear Klairs Freshly Juiced Vitamin Drop Vitamin C Serum Says ---


We're proud to introduce a new skin care serum that features 5% Vitamin C and is gentle enough for sensitive skin types! Vitamin C is an antioxidant that provides the best in anti-aging protection and is an effective brightening ingredient. The Klairs Freshly Juiced Drop helps: Fade brown spots.  Protect the skin from pigmentation from occurring.  Keep the skin firm and reduce visible fine lines.  Brighten and even out the skin toneThis product has a pH level of 3.81 and Fragrance-free.
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Ingredients: Water; Propylen Glycol; Ascorbic Acid ; Hydroxyethylcellulose; Centella Asiatica Extract; Citrus Junos Fruit Extract ; IlliciumVerum(Anise) Fruit Extract; Citrus Paradisi (Grapefruit) Fruit Extract; Nelumbium Speciosum Flower Extract; Paeonia Suffruticosa Root Extract ; Scutellaria Baicalensis Root Extract; Polysorbate60; Brassica OleraceaItalica (Broccoli) Extract; Chaenomeles Sinensis Fruit Extract; Orange Oil Brazil; Sodium Acrylate/Sodium Acryloyldimethyl Taurate Copolymer; Disodium EDTA; Lavandula Angustifolia (Lavender) Oil ; Camellia SinensisCallus Culture Extract; LarixEuropaeaWood Extract; Chrysanthellum Indicum Extract; Rheum Palmatum Root Extract; Asarum Sieboldi Root Extract; Quercus Mongolia Leaf Extract; PersicariaHydropiperExtract; Corydalis Turtschaninovii Root Extract; Coptis

AMW says --- 

Pros
  • Packaging.
  • The texture of the product is just like light baby oil, gets absorbed into skin quickly.
  • Non-greasy.
  • Skin looks brighter the day after use.
  • Can lighten up certain pimple marks.
  • Can lighten up sun spots with constant use.  
  • Can be mixed with your favorite serums/moisturizer.

Cons

  • Has a warm sensation upon application which may bother you at first.
  • Cannot go under the sun for a long time if you are under Vitamin C treatment.
  • Cannot mix together with your other skincare treatments with AHA or other harsh ingredients.

Overall
A great addition to help lighten up marks and scars faster than usual. 

Tips
from dear Klairs
  • Apply to a clean face after cleansing and toner.
  • Can apply as spot treatment or apply all over the face and neck. 
  • Finish off with moisturizer. For sensitive skin types, can add a drop and mix with moisturizer before application.
  • Because even top-of-the-line vitamin C products can degrade from sun exposure, make sure you keep yours away from sunlight to preserve the formula.
from AMW
  • Put it in fridge to prolong shelf life.
  • If you have sensitive skin, use it at nighttime.
  • Do a patch test before use.
  • Do not combine with other harsh treatments like peeling treatments.
  • Use sunblock with higher SPF protection.
  • Store in cool/dry place.
  • Combine with your favorite moisturizer if you have dry skin.
  • 2-3 drops are enough for the whole face and always follow up with moisturizer no matter what your skin type is.
  • Do not apply close to the eye area.

Will I repurchase?
It will take long for me to finish this bottle.

To whom do I recommend this to?
Those with dark spots or marks and those who wants to brighten up the skin.

Where to purchase and how much?
Available in all Beauty Bar stores nationwide priced at Php1,200.00.


Photos

Packaging
a photo of dear Klairs Freshly Juiced Vitamin Drop Vitamin C Serum Review

Even the dropper is clear so you'll get a nice view on how much product you get.


a photo of dear Klairs Freshly Juiced Vitamin Drop Vitamin C Serum Review

On days I apply a small amount all over my face, but most of the time, I like to "spot treat".  I apply a nice concentration on pimple marks and spots and it helps lighten up the scars in weeks or so.

a photo of dear Klairs Freshly Juiced Vitamin Drop Vitamin C Serum Review

Overall, this is a nice product to add up on your current skincare regimen, but I personally think I don't need to use it as often.  I only like to add a drop or 2 on my current moisturizer just to add up Vitamin C to brighten up my skin making it glow.


Have you tried other dear Klairs products?
Do you have other recommendations for me to try and test?


Keep smilin'
Stay happy!
 

          Hang Up: The Deja Vu All Over Again Edition      Cache   Translate Page      
Stefan Fatsis and Josh Levin are joined by ThinkProgress’ Lindsay Gibbs to discuss the Kansas City Chiefs’ decision to cut Kareem Hunt. The New York Times’ Marc Tracy also joins to talk about Alabama’s comeback win in the SEC title game and Sports Illustrated’s Grant Wahl helps assess Gregg Berhalter, the new head coach of the U.S. men’s soccer team.

Kareem Hunt (3:19): The NFL clearly screwed up its investigation into Hunt’s offseason incidents. But what’s a better way to investigate off-field conduct?

Alabama (22:51): Backup quarterback Jalen Hurts led the Crimson Tide to victory. Should he be celebrated for his decision not to transfer?

Gregg Berhalter (42:20): U.S. Soccer’s hiring process was awful, but how will Berhalter be as a coach?

Afterballs (57:27): Stefan on Mongolian knuckle-bone shooting and Josh on the worst season ever by an NFL quarterback.

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A user-driven free speech application for anonymous and verified online, public group discourse Nekrasov, Michael; Iland, Danny; Metzger, Miriam; Belding, Elizabeth; Parks, Lisa Online social networks are major hubs of communications that are used to share information by societies worldwide. However, the ability to freely communicate on these platforms is increasingly restricted in countries across the globe and existing technological solutions do not fully address the needs of affected communities. In this paper we explore the design process of SecurePost, a novel tool that allows verified group anonymity to those communicating publicly on online social networks. We present survey-based research and ethnographic interviews of communities vulnerable to censorship conducted in Zambia, Turkey, and Mongolia between 2013 to 2016. We use analysis of this data to ground our work. We explore needs and requirements of users such as modes of censorship, resistance to network disruption, and appropriate platform consideration. We outline our technological solution and expand on how on-the-ground research of user communities guides technological requirements.
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El presidente de Vox, Santiago Abascal, ha puesto como condición este miércoles para obtener su apoyo para formar Gobierno en Andalucía el cierre de Canal Sur, una reforma del Estatuto andaluz que devuelva las competencias de Sanidad y Educación al Estado, abrir una auditoria "por el fraude del PER" y un estudio detallado de "organismos superfluos".

En rueda de prensa, Abascal ha añadido a estas medidas que se haga una defensa de la caza y de la tauromaquia, derogar leyes relacionadas con Género y Memoria Histórica, la supresión del impuesto de sucesiones y la rebaja del tramo autonómico del IRPF.

A esto, añade la petición de que desaparezca del Estatuto andaluz la definición de "realidad nacional" y sustituirlo por "región autónoma", porque a su juicio, "los andaluces saben que España es una nación". Abascal ha apuntado que no se reunirán con Ciudadanos o Partido Popular hasta que no se pongan "de acuerdo" entre ellos y ha pedido al partido naranja que "estén a la altura".

No obstante, y a pesar de haber explicado las medidas que quieren que se realicen, ha puntualizado que no frustrarán el fin "del régimen socialista en Andalucía".


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OK - sorry (x 1000000000000) for the massive delay, but OMG since I landed back from SF - at least the following happened: 1. Rescued Boris. He ended up being feral, but got him neutered, checked up, shots, etc. and then released. He was living in my master bathroom for about 2.5 weeks. I named him Boris because he reminded me of a grumpy Russian, but he is/was nice. I released him to the same neighborhood he was trapped in, and brought with me the bed he took a liking to. The bed is in my friend's shed, which he has access to should he desire. 2. Rescued Toby. Toby is a kitten I saw walking across the street when I was driving home late one night. I tried to rescue him/her then. No luck, but left food for him/her. Came back next day with humane trap, got Toby quickly. Saw no other kittens. Closest house has no idea where it came from - another passerby agrees it was an abandoned kitten. Toby is now in my master bathroom, was in laundry room. 3. Got sick. Sick now. 4. Mom visited. 5. Needed to install new septic pump. Bought an industrial plumbing snake. For no reason apparently. Hung up Christmas ornaments on evergreen trees outside my house. All of this is making me super tired. I am leaving stuff out, but I feel like an amateur animal rescue person now. :) Ok, trip: Thursday: Chinatown: my friend made fun of me as an "Asian taking pictures of Asians" when I took pictures of Chinatown. He was being sarcastic. :) I will say it is bigger than I expected, and lots more retail stores than other Chinatowns I have been to. I felt stomach-sick that day, so I went to Z and Y (which I have had food from there before) - and got some safe bets: Mongolian Beef (which I took back to the hotel), their beef rolled pancake appetizer, some dumplings, fried rice, and I think that was it. I really like their beef rolled pancake (a scallion pancake, but cold? I say cold b/c there is a place in Boston that has this but is served hot. Slightly different I suppose). I was recommended to go to "China Live" which I did not have time to go - but maybe a subsequent visit? We also got pizza from the hotel (Hotel Zoe) - nothing other than ordinary. But it served its purpose (hungry from airplane flight). Friday: Met Walker (hi!!!) at B. Patisserie. Which frankly (she knows this) - of all the places I ate at, this one I miss the most b/c there isn't anywhere in D.C. (in my opinion) that has these types of pastries or does them this well. I had the banana chocolate pastry, and a kougin amann (sp?) and a bostock (just because) and I think that was it. LOVE. love. love. love. Walker also graciously drove my friend and I on a mini-tour (thank you!!) and ended at Mission District for tacos. La Taqueria? (I forget the name exactly) - but I had two tacos, one was fried, carnitas, and one was like a double wrapped taco of sorts - not sure what that was, since I asked for a taco and a quesadilla (I saw someone that had one and it looked good) but this is what I got. Still very good. :) I added the green tomatillo salsa on the tables and practically inhaled the meal. :) Then my friend and I went back to Land's End and walked the trail and got down to the water. I took some pictures, and I loved the nature aspect. We then went back to Legion of Honor but we were too late as it closed by then. We were not hungry again until late, so we walked down to the Pier and had some fish at one of the many fish restaurants down there. I forget the name, but it was actually really good. Then I did the touristy thing and bought these SF Fleece jackets for only ~ 11.00 each and we walked around the Pier and people watched for a while. There was a Michael Jackson performer that was entertaining. Saturday: Segway tour!!! We did some 3.5 hour-ish tour at GG park, by the Japanese tea garden of sorts. It was with Electric Tour company, and we were really fortunate that my friend and I were the *only* two people on that tour so it was like a private tour. We went through the park (I so wish I had food for the raccoons...I am a sucker for living things) - and took pictures every now and then. The Segway tour operator also suggested China Live and a few other places further from SF city center that I forget by now. He seemed to be well versed in Chinese cuisine or Asian cuisine. After the tour, my friend and I went through the Japanese garden and had a snack there. Nothing memorable in terms of snacks. Then we went to BStar, which I was excited about but for the *screaming kids* that happened to fill the dining room very quickly. What are the odds?! Within minutes we were surrounded by a table of kids < 10 years old, and little tikes behind us and to the right. Very loud. So, with some sunburn from the Segway tour and screaming kids, it probably wasn't the best experience at BStar. I had the tea leaf salad, which was OK. I wasn't impressed. Should I have been? Well, it made me feel sort of healthy. :) I also had their duck fried rice, which was good for fried rice, not much duck or duck skin in it - and a bread appetizer. Forgive me but I forget the name, but I've had it before at Malaysian restaurants. I did not have it in me to try any of the curry like dishes or anything more heavy, prompted in part by screaming kids and the sun burn. (No offense, please, to anyone with kids - it was just not what I was expecting). Oh. The morning I also saw the seals at Pier 39. They remind me of one of my pleasantly plump cats. :) Sunday: Electric Bike!! We rented electric bikes and biked across GG bridge, but not to Sausalito. I was worried we were pressed for time to catch our return flight. It was nice weather for biking and we had a drink and snack at the café or snack house at the start of the bridge on the walking side. We also took our time on the way back and enjoyed the sun in some random grassy area. For food, we had pizza at Carmel Pizza, which technically is a good tuck so they have no bathrooms. (I had to use the bathroom so I just waited until we got back to hotel). The pizza here is wood fired, thin crust, and is actually really good if you like thin crust, wood fired pizza. No soggy bottom to the crust, and pizza is one of my *favorite* foods so this girl was happy. :) Then we biked down the Embarcadero (not impressed...better places to be by water I think?), returned the bikes, and went to airport. I am soooo happy the weather was perfect when we visited. :) One of my favorites was GG park which I would love to spend more time there if given the chance. Land's End was wonderful, took some pictures of a perched hawk as well. I love nature. :) If I wasn't so sick on Thursday I would have probably been more adventurous in Chinatown, but looking back I'd have to research a bit more since it was harder for me to find restaurants there, perhaps due to so many retail outfits there. Or maybe it is just me. :) OH! I did get egg custard tarts from that bakery that was recommended to me. Those were good, I had them later that evening in the hotel. Dim sum is something I did not get to try which I wish I could have. Also, Sausalito, and perhaps China Live and a wealth of other restaurants that are further out from SF city center. Now that I have been there once I am less apprehensive of traveling around, if that makes sense? Going back, places I'd still want to go to are b. Patisserie (I am a creature of habit...), China Live (at least the menu and yelp photos looked interesting), some dim sum, Sausalito, perhaps GG park again, and more walking. I did not walk as much as I was thinking I would b/c my friend was recovering from a knee injury recently. Someone also recommended a dim sum in Daly City and of course Yank sing. I feel like in a way I got some touristy stuff out of my system with SF. (The $11.00 fleece is nice...I actually wore it when my mom visited b/c I bought pink and she so wishes I wore bright colours more often). :)
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          Plastic waste is a threat to Mongolian saigas      Cache   Translate Page      

Plastic waste is a threat to rare species of Gobi Desert, not just marine animals. A ranger from Bayan-Uul soum, Gobi-Altai province of Mongolia found a saiga carcass in Khuisiin Gobi of Altai Sayan Ecoregion. According to him, the Mongolian saiga had eaten a plastic bag and the stomach still wasn't decomposed. In recent years, rural people have been using plastic bags a lot and it's common to see plastic waste in the Gobi desert. Unfortunately, it is clear that rare animals, such as Mongo...

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