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"kalimantan" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist
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"kalimantan" Discussed on Radio Fajri 99.3FM
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"kalimantan" Discussed on Radio Fajri 99.3FM
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"kalimantan" Discussed on KQED Radio
"People are the ones that tend to be concerned the rise of China and the economic opportunities that it's provided for Indonesia a most acutely felt in Kalimantan on the islands of Borneo an area with natural resources well this is the volume of gas only existed in the nation and much of those cool commodities and now being exported to China where in public health fund that plans and all of these elements when most of these extraction in mining as well as palm oil is taking place with home along a row of shops along quite a busy road an old these shops owned by Indonesian Chinese families this is the Indonesian Chinese area going to come into one of the shops now it looks like a general store this lad is on sale over there and I can see different paper boots is also serves spins off in the distance we're going to see if they would like to talk to us I am Fabian I'm local born in but it's a fun and my Chinese Indonesian I am thirty two years old this year my standing in your family run shop at the moment in the aisle which has all the things people need to go to the temple and to pray this candles stays in sands two can you tell me about the Indonesian Chinese community in Cali pop on how big is it and and its history it's a small communities about three to five percent in total my grandparents moved to bike up on around nineteen thirties the Chinese Indonesian have largely kept a low profile we try to mix and mingle with everyone because we know we have minorities and how do you keep a low profile and why is that important it's important because the locals that kind of envy what the Chinese have built in the past decades and we have to keep a low profile to keep us safe would you worry about happening a good example would be the nineteen ninety eight right in Jakarta has anything like that happen he no we are fortunate nothing like that happened in Balikpapan you'll have to keep vigilant and keep a low profile to prevent that from happening again in the future so when you say a low profile how do you do that stay in the low profile areas houses and new drive normal cars had nothing fancy to keep you away from the spotlight so you don't want to flaunt your wealth even if you are doing well in business most Chinese Indonesian datum yeah given that feeling that you have to live with of always being cautious always having to keep quiet do you ever think of leaving Indonesia going back to where your family came from China where you want to have that constant niggling FIA not at the moment yeah we are comfortable with the surrounding communities in by the company and I did develop a fun citizens have been largely peaceful yeah you want to keep peace in by the company.
"kalimantan" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"But there are thousands of fires burning across Kalimantan and new ones can break out at hot spots at any moment. this team of firefighters call out as a new blaze breaks out close to houses. the firefighters are also running out of water for sometime tell me a little about my. our main problem now is the water sources. in Fallon got idea long dry season has made our water sources run dry. it's difficult to get water close to the hot fox. these people and fires release animus amounts of carbon dioxide into the atmosphere. at the peak of the two thousand fifteen fires the worst in two decades the blazes are estimated to have admitted more greenhouse gases than the entire US economy over the same period after those devastating fires Indonesia have vowed not to let such a situation happen again but critics say that week law enforcement and corruption allow the fires to keep coming back every year. that was revenge western of reporting from Indonesia now sell fees memes and social media platforms is there a politician anywhere now who can resist using the tools of celebrity fan culture as part of a campaigning last month you may have seen pictures of Matteo salvini the former deputy prime minister of Italy shirtless on the beach drinking cocktails with revelers and a twenty seventeen Jeremy Corbyn the leader of the opposition here in the U. K. even recited a poem at the Glastonbury music festival. slumber.
"kalimantan" Discussed on Veterinary Podcast by the VetGurus
"I've essays and you got to be connection with the Asia Pacific area and you spent time how many years ago was nail not quite sure where where you spent a little volunteer for what a year or two in, in Borneo. Do you wanna talk about what you did that? In two thousand six thousand seven so it's going back. I live in. Yes, a spent a year in ranting rehabilitation center, which was great. I was lucky enough to go through essentially volunteer program through the government, which they manage, all these is the flights and everything, and I got a, a living allowance, which was more more than enough, which would which is really lucky for that to happen quite an amazing experience. I met my now wash this, which is pretty lot was pretty changing wasn't intending to do it. But it's happened. Sometime. You may spoil one of my favorite stories. He tristen but often tell people the story that unappropriate changed it to make it San MO funny of one of the wranglings that you used to deal with there. And that you, you sit at one stage will quite proud in that they named one of the ringer, tins tristen and, and new quiz and said that you felt quite proud because deigned one of the ring teams after you, because you were trae teen and looking after the renting. Said as veterinarian until you realize that the one that trista night, the ugliest one. Purpose of me standing. There's three that came in that day. And they're like, no, we've pigging that one. The ugly one him. What about the other way the other non I? Still alive known is he's still alive. But it's you to get released homeless. Oh my. Small must now thinks which has number of re have civility, which one which one, yes, so they'll have suspend them, most Amana times called narrow minting, which is run by boss burning it renting survival. So they've got two main centres to work at the other one that in East Kalimantan. Then I ended up moving across to the one in central on time because it was really busy. So they definitely the biggest raining center, the one of the biggest apes into grapes, in the world. That releases which is great. So then I was going down. I went back in February for a visit. When I was there, so to put some perspective on the numbers, and it's a little bit sobering. The Finn was designed to house about one hundred animals. And when I arrived in this in two thousand six was those three hundred thirty three times regional capacity. When I left in the year four hundred and fifty animals. So. The process. Why Arinc what harangue attains end up in this rescue center, so headed I get. And what's the process of rehabilitating them in has successful? So most of the underlying problem is habitat loss. Definitely deforestation. So Pomo is one of the, the massive massive ones. Simple, logging and land clearing houses, and stuff is also a huge problem would be problem. Wildfires as well. And a lot of them have been purpose lit to, to clear the land. Yeah. Some of them under business, some of them done by farmers who? What they're doing and get out of control the local people us fly. Very, very well. So there's the local dialects co the they're amazing a lot of fire and almost burning direct straight line stop. But a lot of the lot of the that the five getting away from them into agents bit from other other areas. So you coming in from deforestation, a lot of the babies that are coming in the thing post essentially coming from the pet trade. It's quite common for. Far more even on the pommel plantations for them to to kill the mother and the baby for a while. The baby can either will be confiscated. So actually weight answered. So the wind the rain Tanko tristen sorry, he was actually went out and his rescue, followed from the start always nice, rescuers say it's confiscation kept in a. Very depressing. You say tiny little wooden cages that have been knocked together and the people throw Ross and stuff through some of them have voluntarily surrended which is really good. And a lot of them the realized that the appropriate on the Ann for beat get bored. The rehabilitation prices very long in very involved. In the world will stick with their mom sorta seven eight years, six seven eight years. So some, some of these infants coming in them on Bilas is still. Wait. You know he's talking about he's hours old. So they've got six seven eight years, at least in, in rehab, and they're going to learn all the skills of the forest. There's been a bit of time depending on the ice cream used. But you say using those really tiny infants as an example, spend the first year. Oh, two in the infant group with essentially, being mothered they used to, they call them babysitters, rather than Capers or anything, so the babysitters will look after them while they're really little, and then they'll go into essentially a price cool, then when the big enough, they'll graduate into forest school, which is essentially primary school, and that group grouped in with their, their amazing knowing the baby's a great at working out who knows what and he gets on with, who. And then they'll move him up through the classes, depending on this is and their ability to let reach about seven eight when the reach adolescence and then once the puberty hormones kicking, they have very difficult to deal with. Yes. So some, some of the more relaxed bigger ones would go out to forest school, too, which is essentially. The for the teenagers, and they often another section the ones that aren't able to handle the group together, depending on who gets on. Well, we do in off and other get put into the colon socialization cages really be casual. They can keep them in, in a group or the ones a little orlands. And the Arslan the are essentially living almost as if they're in the world, and they failing platforms at low fade them, once or twice a day, depending on what's going on. So that never going to be fully funded independent. They are. But now they provide fading when they're on the islands. But then, so essentially the main problem with releases on them being ready. It's the fact that there's no way to release them. I went to Sipple a few years ago and they've got a pretty decent facility. But, but as you say, it was how breaking age of those at arena, don's in the wild made about Coloma square kilometer of good forest and the forest at Sepilok is about just two hundred two hundred forty.
"kalimantan" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190
"Hong Kong on about. Thanks menace. All the official gauge of China's manufacturing sector, failing April signaling the economic stabilization sane in the first quarter remains fragile manufacturing. Pay my came in at fifty point one showing an overlay expansion by the slimmest of margins that sound from fifty point five in March and economists had expected the level to stay the same. The trade talks focus, which is back to China this week omitting crasing signs that deal. Maybe close Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin and the US team will travel to Beijing. Having said significant issues remain about the enforcement mechanisms a close to done whether hustle within the administration wants President Trump may still walk away if not satisfied with how the talks are going. City group says the middle aged will be an increasing driver of growth as deals cool in Europe. The Bank is said to obey among big names pig by Saudi Aramco to manage the acquisition of SABIC. And vice chairman rival Guas says the sixty nine billion dollar deal confirms that ragent remains strong. Confidence that the activity is there. And so we expect to see continued investment out of the Middle Eastern to other geographies as well as investment within the geography, and that we look to as a growth area. A record number of empty homes in Japan as Cape on building despite the population. Shrinking government survey found almost eight and a half million vacant properties, including new builds rentals and abandoned homes. That's almost ten percent of housing nationwide. Japan is not alone though, at twenty seven seven China found almost twenty percent of urban properties to be empty. That's around sixty five million homes, and Indonesia may change its capital city as gridlock and population growth rate breaking point in Jakarta. It's already home to thirty million people with traffic congestion estimated at seven billion dollars a year in lost productivity. Palangkaraya in central Kalimantan province is a front runner for the new capital. The government says any move might take ten years and cost around thirty billion dollars. Global news twenty.
Roads to success: Indonesias election
"Indonesians votes today in vast election, a mammoth effort in the world's third largest democracy with a hundred eighty seven million voters choosing local regional and national officials including the president. The incumbent president Joko Widodo known as Jacoby held rallies. All over the country. He came to power five years ago, promising reform development and an end to corruption his bid for a second term is something of a referendum on what's been dynamic presidency. His main opponent is former general provoke SU Bianco. The Bill will tends to appeal to more conservative Indonesians. But both candidates have tried to seem in touch with rapidly urbanizing people wanting a better life while also speaking to the conservative wing of the country's Muslim majority. Young people in the capital Jakarta seemed clear about their preference. The program made the unique. Up in a shopping mall who treat who's patisserie who's nineteen. So she's quite happy with the incoming president. He has a program to help the elderly. She says and he goes into the field a reference to his tendency to visit ordinary Indonesians and ask them about their concerns. And breathe will begin to who's thirty-three says jacuzzis opponent, the former general reminds him more of autocratic leaders from Indonesia's repressive past and that he'd be a step backwards. People in Indonesia thing that this presidency has has gone the well guy Scriven reports for the economist from south East Asia, he's been all over Indonesia's many islands asking people about how politics affects their lives Jacoby came into power in two thousand fourteen with his plan to spend over three hundred billion dollars launch building thousands of kilometers of roads, and railways, and it means a lot more to people than just being able to get for me to be more quickly when I was in East Java. I spoke to a restaurant owner who told me that the roads built in his local area had out farmers to get their produce to market much more quickly without the food perishing in in the control heat when I was in kind of West Kalimantan last year spoke to teach and she told me that a road which had been built in the past few years had allowed her pupils to get to town. Acre an intern those university. And so as a result more of a people's will kind of applying to two university. So so so roads mean kind of, you know, all sorts of all sorts of different things to lots of different Indonesians. But let's go off route. If you will what other sort of signature achievements has has Jacoby got to claim he's on the set of policies have been aimed at reducing poverty. So these include things like kind of more scholarships for poor families for two to pay for that children to get into school as well as giving more money to the to the kind of villages, probably the most popular of his anti-poverty measures is a large expansion in in health insurance. And so now almost over two hundred million Indonesians have gone some kind of health insurance cover aunt from about one hundred thirty million in two thousand fourteen right? And with a raft of kind of people. Accomplishments like that he must be he must be doing pretty well in the poll. Absolutely. Yeah. His approval ratings are very high and always have been throws presidency. And in the in the pose he's twenty percentage points on average kind of a head of his opponent. And so with all these achievements behind him is is there anything that sort of dragging Jacoby down anything that worries people about him? Or is it just all happy news? No, it's I mean, it's not all it's not over as combining means people of basically being worried about Chicago. He's attempts to ensure that he gets reelected, and and some of the ways he's gone about that he's being raw the kind of intolerant of dissent. He the police have shut down various kind of opposition movement marches and rallies. They've also rested. Several opposition leaders since January on what looked like quite flimsy charges. So Jacoby his also been strengthening ties with the. Military. He's brought into his innocence cool several Fulmer kind of military generals who were very powerful during the Suharto dictatorship which run from nineteen sixty seven to nineteen ninety eight and was kind of deeply autocratic state where the military held a huge amount of power maskco. He's been kind of cozying up to to these figures on top of this. He's also been trying to shore up his his support base with MS limbs, he's chosen as running mater are hard line of misled cleric who has kind of raw raw, the conservative views, and who is in favor of implementing Islamic law throughout the country, and as what kind of banning homosexual acts and outlawing kind of minority Muslim groups what this means is that lots of people who saw Jacoby as kind of social reformer I've become very disappointed by. By the way, he's proceeded and how does that play out regionally? I mean, a lot of a lot of these tensions maybe present also in sort of, you know, countries in the region how how important this election. More broadly. The election is is very important, more broadly. I mean, partly because Indonesia's you're such a big country. It's got two hundred and sixty five million people. It is in the top ten economies in the world when you take into account purchasing power parity. It's also kind of the biggest missile country in the world. It's it's not a country, which has a very outward-looking all of loud or boisterous foreign policy, but it is important. So people have some calls for concern, but not so much as to to outweigh people's sort of how pleased people are with how Jayco he's done. That's right. That's right. The other the other option in the election of proposal Biondo is is quite a kind of distasteful figure for for various reasons. He's also accused of committing various human rights atrocities in the in the dying days of this Harto era. He would be more economically interventionist, STAN, nationalist, and doesn't really have a kind of set of well-thought-out policies as as Jacoby does. So the the argument can afford your carry despite to the all the negative things that he's been doing has is really that. You know, he is a better choice than pro. And also that his pro poor policies and. It's kind of infrastructure spending really seem to be working. Well, and so voters are are heading to the polls have headed to the polls today how long until we know the outcome. And and what's the what's the feeling been like so Indonesia's a generally excited to those? They've only had democracy really for the last twenty years or so, and they that that that they see it as a very proud to be able to go on cost ballot and a very excited about doing. So the election commission shoot release the kind of initial estimates tomorrow, and and that should give a good sense of on the presidential and hopefully as well how the fun of political parties have done in in the legislative election. Well in the meantime, enjoy the fear of people enjoying their
"kalimantan" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"To find the final four day one more thing no dolphins today will bring them up next week but the jets i i don't i don't see the i don't take trading down three spots lose two picks like that i know you you disagree but i disagree those quarterbacks any freedom you know you don't know which one you're gonna get it barkley lands in their lap which they wanna quarterback then i could see them all that trade working out for them but listen if you can you state six alan appreciate the call you're not getting the quarterback you want at three you are that's where i got a capital us that's why i gotta give up the two or three second round picks to get the guy wanted three and hers big difference in his draft picking at six picking three especially with buffalo waiting in the wings and buffalo's gonna find a trade partner they got to first round pigs day need the quarterback they brought in aj mccarron there stopgap they will have a young quarterback in the first round on their team there's no doubt in my mind been a risk that if he mcalinden and then who you will get head quarterback one for you guys go about taking risk kalimantan the bronx what's up jj thanks for taking my call but i you know what i'm going to have to totally disagree with you when it comes to josh rosen i got problems with this do because this guy i'm not saying he's not good but he has a situation where it comes to kokoshin and i'm afraid that he might bear a lot on me one day while watching the game you know a third down in three plays he might bail out and not wanting to run for it you know no cure pocket passer clements and i will tell you this watching them against usc let guys nepal park that guy showed toughness that guy made every throw on the football field on that given day i can understand that their ability concerns but rosen to.
"kalimantan" Discussed on The Four Top
"A functions their habitat in themselves bernard st everything yeah during it and so i mean are they starting to see some of those catastrophic ecological effects not just the the fires but yeah i mean but these peatlands her these are weird wetlands i mean these are acid water wetlands like the magnanimous of the that all the regions that are wet i think any time that you change land use on this scale it's just devastating amir your literally changing behind drawl aji of sumatra and kalimantan and then the botany to yes i mean it is really um just this unbelievable level of change and so i think that that's a huge struggle um it's it's not only you know changing whole ways that water is moving around the islands and so i think it's just uh it's almost i mean i talk have talked to some people who almost look at it as a lost cause honestly i throw at one more horrifying fat haven't already wondering i think i read it somewhere that with all these species being displaced a lot of these species in these tropical regions are the ones who have been hiding all the wonderful diseases that become pandemics enzo were just released their you know the bats and all these other little creatures that don't have a home anymore and so they're going out into the world and biting the the palm plantation workers in making them sick and then you know before you know it we've got a new floor a new pneumonia here in the united states and everyone's freaking out and it's because we're eating doughnuts and arabisraeli the way i look at it allow the times is indonesia's wetlands were like this pandora's box and we just had no idea what was going to be unleashed once you completely changed the architecture like months you said oh wetlands their ballots to strain them it just all of this bad just started coming presidency or to look at new orleans.
"kalimantan" Discussed on WLAC
"The grammys to athletes continue to to break pundits records wore no the audience following you and how the names come of espn people who have is done losing this are audience listed and in the subscribers story they run as from actors they are to introducing athletes to liberal pundits politics into the ju mix what is the easiest wherever way to explain it liberalism it's just an automatic is script featured an it's just promoted a little piece in of code pop culture it seems that to be is in trouble triggered by the national football what league is the has easiest tied the way m to explain s it nbc it's just an automatic script it's just a little piece of code that is triggered by anything the creator wants it to be triggered by its colour robot or about because there's no real person behind it it's a fait it's made the look like an act you will human being with a twitter account but no human being exist it's totally fake made up some of these box are actually based on real people whose identities are stolen and modified eversoslightly that you wouldn't notice it uh to the naked eye and others who just manufactured out of whole cloth there is an actor mentioned here in this story than has nine hundred seventy five thousand followers with the vast majority of them on real they have been purchased and the number one company selling these bots is right here in west palm beach above wackos taco's on climatic history not to be confused with the rocco's taco's on pga boulevard the rocco's taco's on kalimantan street is wordless little guys offices he's twenty seven years old he makes people think these offices in manhattan it is exceedingly cheap you can buy a hundred thousand followers for ten bucks the guy has earned six to seven million dollars selling fake followers my friends what this means is that very little is real on twitter did our facebook when you can buy followers ray lewis the hall of fame future hall of fame linebacker for the baltimore ravens is listed as one who has purchased followers now some of these people are going to say i i didn't know my agent must have done that but the bottom line is you can you can create bites to do anything of the reason i know this is true is.
"kalimantan" Discussed on KELO
"Easiest way to explain it it's just an automatic script it's just a little piece of code that is triggered by guinea thing the creator wants it to be triggered by it's called a robot or bought because there's no real person behind it it's a faiths made the looked like an actual human being whether twitter account but no human being exist it's totally fake made up some of these boxer actually based on real people whose identities were stolen and modified eversoslightly that you wouldn't notice it uh to the naked eye and others who just manufactured out of whole cloth there's an actor mentioned here in this story than has nine hundred seventy five thousand followers with the vast majority of them on real they have been purchased and the number one company selling vis botch is right here in west palm beach above wackos taco's on koa matter street not to be confused with the rocco's taco's on pga boulevard the rocco's taco's on kalimantan street is wearing these little guys offices he's twenty seven years old he makes people think these offices in manhattan it is exceedingly cheap you can buy a hundred thousand followers for tim bucks the guy has earned six to seven million dollars selling fake followers my friends what this means is that very little is real on twitter did our facebook when you can buy followers ray lewis the hall of fame future hall of fame linebacker for the baltimore ravens is listed as one who has purchased followers now some of these people are going to igf no my age must have done that but the bottom line is you can you can create bites to do any of the the reason i know this is true is because as i have shared with you on countless occasions we have run up against this this this procedure of this technique trying to damage our business here and we have found out in our an investigation research exactly how it happens in our.
"kalimantan" Discussed on Super Station 101
"Show with decent so might as well go by chickfila get you guys some food do work here and then apparently it just kept getting worse and worse than like you said the hill outside messed up getting text from france to say i can't get out anywhere it's way worse than people exp back this so normally when this happens people freak out and that they they overreact but it looks like this time it's pretty bad in the roads are not doing well so i guess if people are listening don't need to go some weird don't go anywhere this is the time to stay in and he the warning we're expecting this to start melting all uh we talked with kevin walls of the national weather service in birmingham about six thirty this morning and he was telling us because we first were told that around six around ten am this morning that some of this would be melting off and that maybe the issues that we had would be done away with when kevin lawal's join us this morning he informed us that we're we're going to have to stand that window to around twelve noon so for those of you that thought that ten am was going to be the breaking point it looks like you're gonna have to deal with this just a little bit longer than first expected again some of you the thought that you were on a two hour school delay you need to check the closings many of you are now if you're listening to me right now many of your schools are closed but i need you to check by going to 101 wyde ecom right there on our home page we have a complete listing that has just been updated by toyota to give you all the school closings and to make sure that you are informed because many of you were expecting a two hour delay we do know the conditions around us a pretty tough right now we are dealing with uh some icy roads situation alladad is busy with san trucks they're kind of starting in kalimantan kind of making their way north to birmingham i'm not really getting any reports of trouble north of birmingham when it comes to.
"kalimantan" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Of the cdr this morning is chris justice relationship manager at seven investment management good morning tee chris woods did you make of my job he's cupboards all of this ahead of this crucial policy be till the twenty six of taber think he's that she caught bullish on the recovery of the year as i am saying that will outpace historical averages but the big quite for me that was of interest was when he turned of the century said a strong recovery still leaves the translates higher inflation before it stops bombed vine altogether she's trying to get a clear signal to the market here i'll be said a substantial degree of monetary policy still need for help with inflation policy materialize he's very aware of the reliance on central banks in his actions how does that set his up and for the next ecb meeting a in october which turns give forward garden central bankers have been the rock salt for two three years everybody is luke consume the rhetoric is everyone wants to get some kind of food guns and indication janet yellen stomach very well in the us and i think of what he is aware of is the fact that the euro in particular has written quite high off the back of his comments more recently so he wants to give an indication that yes they looking to perhaps scaledback they're doing going through this khan and for puppet she would see that cold by bombs skele happen fresca but at the same time he's very weather eta's ismaelia restricts continues to run a wide something that could be century damaging subit from kalimantan from colombey okay they will talk about central bank said the fed we got this slightly split view from the fed william dudley looking awad had visited leg subjected there's a different debate is around the fed does.
"kalimantan" Discussed on WEEI
"Radio weei weei league night patrick gilroy taking you guys up until two o'clock in the morning a big thank you goes out to former celtic captain formerceltic allstar antoine walker for joining us in the last segment airs one with a lot to say and i really do enjoy talking to as well walker because as we're talking about here in the break i think he's a guy that is burned so many bridges over the years he he really doesn't have a lot to lose and in that respect he's going to give you the truth and in so many of these situations when you talk to professional athletes like we do in most of the time when i've got an opportunity to speak to these athletes a post game or a pregame locker room type of atmosphere so these guys are are sort of giving the company line eight in yo you hear it in no disrespect but you hear it here on your patriots monday in patriots friday you here that the players come on an and they're giving you patriots speak which is fine i would rather here tom brady spew patriots speak then here antoine walker because one is relevant one is not right but i'll tell you it's refreshing to have a guy come on an flat out not only called gained a liar back up his comments and back up the reasons why he he feels that way in i gave hands want a chance to sort of squirrel out of it as did his cohost on this podcast in it in kalimantan said in both of us gave him an opportunity to two more or less called dating shrewd and not a liar ed bowl times ants wants a no he lied to me so i can really appreciate that it's relevant now because of the isaiah thomas trade right isaiah thomas clearly clearly is upset he really hasn't come out and said much and i do feel bad for isaiah thomas because if nothing else look he's going to a great place to go to cleveland as much as we despise cleveland and despise broad genes that i cannot stand lebron james i believe brunt as everything that is wrong with the nba he is a great player he is one of the greatest of all time.
"kalimantan" Discussed on Serious Inquiries Only
"The the punishment in kalimantan for apostasy is you're either get 36 months detention in a rehabilitation center and if still you don't repent you get the death sentence and you have to forfeit all property that you up it sounds like what you're saying is this just doesn't happen often because people it's not worth it nobody dugout yet go the mouth of cases so far have been next to nothing but i there has been a very interesting case in the supreme court where immolate woman she converted to christianity and she fought very hard to go to the highest levels of the supreme court earned name is actually lena joy so what she did as she was muslim and she converted to christianity and that's not allowed right technically it's not allowed but what she wanted to fight for more than anything else was for her id tag because when you are given a your identification your lem if you're moi yeah it's as your muslim and she was fighting to get that removed so what the court granted her was the opportunity to cheap or change her name because she was she was born with the malaysian need or sorry unbrella slipping and they only granted her the opportunity to change that need mmhmm and that was it that was the most of they could grab for but they allow her a uh and they don't they did not formally recognize her conversion poker so she would still be subject to sharia law and all that stuff yet the thing is because she went to the federal courts uh the shuttle sharia court she did not suffer penalties because she i guess they they offered her and all the chance to g her religion.
"kalimantan" Discussed on Monocle 24: Midori House
"But i think the the the people at the present a needs to look at ways of improving the situation because scrapping it and starting somewhere else would just mean leaving city of ten million behind and ward off it and aetna specially it would mean creating something completely artificial an simply out of nothing now sakani i started thinking about this in 1997 when he did build palanka in kalim in kalimantan just for this purpose but then the project was abandoned and to reignite the flame now and i just don't think his is feasible the real thing artificial capitals must brunt some more childhood in one urge perfectly canberra which was built to be australia's capital to stop sydney mobin basically arguing over which of them it should be and i've been to a couple of others you're islamabad obviously washington dc's kind of not like but because it's the capital of the united states chris is this something weird about places that have built to become capitals do they end up becoming political entities detached from the actual country that the the supposed to govern i mean anchor on i was going to say i her is not an artificial capital but nonetheless it's it's a similar thing is what it is i mean it's really not fisher capital incensed sense that the only reason the the turkish government meets there is because when the country was occupied by the allies that with place that was still remained in the hands of what was once the ottomans that was the only bit and maintain by it wasn't a in the upper occupation of the allies so yeah when you go to anchor it's kind of a whit thing it's like you know it's sort of a city.
"kalimantan" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily
"But it i mean the irony that he his is now teaming up with anwar ibrahim in his career he destroyed is is is well i guess it says something about the desperation of malaysian opposition politics indeed moving along the tempo this is an interesting story which has gone weirdly under the radar a discussion all the one of the world's biggest countries possibly relocating its capital year so this is a story that spin it comes and goes every now and then in indonesia but it seems to be a little bit serious at the moment said jakobi the president of indonesia said there's an assessment of sri province has but you went say which ones harm to see if one of them would be suitable for moving the the the the state capital that's adversely a not inconsiderable enterprise what what's the argument in favour over i think one of the arguments is that um java which if i'm going to remember correctly is eight percent of the land massive indonesia it sixty percent of the population and so indonesia's so dominated by java and dominated by jakarta is this i won i guess the traffic can almost the impossibility of life in jakarta being so overcrowded and so dominant in the indonesian economy is this idea of the if they can move things out to somewhere little bit less populated arm it could even out the development beyond java on now what they're talking about here the three provinces although they haven't officially been named that debt central kalimantan east kalimantan in south kenema anton so the these rolling on the indonesian island of borneo which sort of geographically you could say a solving the middle of indonesia you know you've got so much from one side and then you've got jaabarin bone is just above it and then you've got sulawesi in com pat poor to the right of it so it sort of in the middle east really quite unpopulated harm.