Membela Tuhan bisa terasa menyenangkan. Apalagi kalau itu dilakukan cukup dengan beradu status di media sosial tanpa perlu melakukan studi mendalam dan berpikir serius. Terkadang kita mendapat bantuan pula dari beragam meme dan postingan yang tersedia untuk kita teruskan kepada orang banyak. Seperti halnya yang acapkali terjadi dalam perdebatan soal LGBTQ. Bagaimana orang-orang Kristen seharusnya bersikap soal hal ini?
Recently I ran into a Chinese woman whose behavior bordered on being barbaric. You see, she’s not just any random person. The way I saw her group dynamic, it’s clear that she held an esteemed position of leadership.
To live is to give. To max out your living, max out your giving. The Lausanne Movement’s Younger Leaders Gathering 2016 is one condensed and very intense experience for me to experience and live out this maxim. I was recruited 8 days before YLG2016 began to be involved as a volunteer. My task? To get… Read More To Live is to Give: A Reflection on Lausanne’s YLG2016
South China University of Technology School of International Education Graduation Ceremony. Saturday, 25 June 2016.
Coursera quite recently implemented a new learning and assessment system and this has potential to significantly compromise the credibility of Coursera’s certificates. For one, I no longer put very high regard to Coursera’s credentials-of-learning as I used to. I will elaborate the reason and some tricks you may want to heed in taking Coursera’s courses.
Berikut pengalaman saya memperpanjang paspor di Konsulat Jenderal Republik Indonesia (KJRI) Guangzhou pada tanggal 25-27 April 2016.
Abstract ISKANDAR, Andrea Karunia (丘明安) Title: Coursera的竞争战略 Coursera’s Business Level Strategy (xvi + 78 pages: 12 images, 5 tables, 1 appendix)
I had one thing in mind: to have a sabbatical year. The goal? To figure out what I want to do next. Statistically speaking, I was middle aged. For more than half my life, I had always had a blueprint of what I should do in life and where my life should head. But the… Read More An Expired Blueprint
In January-February 2016, I was about to have a six-week spring break from my study in Guangzhou. What would I do? The default and obvious plan for me was to stay in mainland China and travel, making use of my visa. But would I? I had my doubts and worries.