Layar interaktif DAV menyambangi Alfa Group bukanlah pertama kalinya,
pasalnya pada 2015 DAV telah hadir, namun kala itu DAV hanya mampu memberikan informasi secara audio visual tentang produk kepada konsumen di mini market tersebut.
Dan kini, DAV merambah fungsi yang lebih luas, Alfa Group sediakan DAV 2.0 untuk kemudahan berbelanja.
Menurut Hertha Joyce Agustine sebagai GM DAV, saat ini, DAV 2.0 sudah ditempatkan di 10 toko Alfamidi yang ada di wilayah Jakarta dan Tangerang, serta 750 titik di Alfamart yang tersebar di Jabodetabek, Sidoarjo dan Bandung.
“Tahun depan, DAV akan hadir di 10 ribu tiitik Alfamart di Indonesia, serta 500
titik Alfamidi,” ujar Herta, di Jakarta (08/11/12).
Lebih jauh Herta menjelaskan, pada perangkat DAV 2.0 dilengkapi dengan fitur AR yang dapat mendeteksi objek yang ada di depan layar. Fitur ini juga dapat mendeteksi wajah dengan estimasi gender, ekspresi dan umur yang dapat digunakan sebagai intelligent reporting.
“Ini dapat membantu para pemilik merek untuk mengenali konsumennya secara lebih detail,” kata Herta.
Menurut Hertha, DAV 2.0 memberikan peluang bagi pelanggan untuk
menelusuri informasi produk lebih dalam yang dibutuhkan. Selain itu, pelanggan dapat berinteraksi dan mendapat pengalaman baru dengan brand berkaitan dengan produk yang ditawarkan, sehingga dapat mempermudah masyarakat dalam berbelanja.
Industri music streaming tanah air kedatangan pemain baru dari raksasa Google. Setelah ada Joox dan Spotify, kini YouTube Music resmi hadir di Indonesia.
Aplikasi sekaligus web player ini dikatakan telah didesain ulang khusus untuk mendengarkan musik, yang menyediakan lagu-lagu dan official album, ribuan playlist, dan stasiun radio artis, dipadukan dengan deretan remix video dari YouTube seperti video pentas live, lagu cover, sampai video musik.
Meskipun itu semua bisa dinikmati gratis melalui versi YouTube Music yang
didukung iklan, Google juga mengumumkan YouTube Music Premium, yakni opsi langganan berbayar yang dapat memungkinkan pengguna untuk memutar lagu dan video di latar belakang, sehingga mereka tetap bisa mendengarkan musik sambil memakai aplikasi lain, menulis pesan chat/SMS, atau bahkan saat berolahraga dalam keadaan ponsel terkunci.
YouTube Music Premium juga menawarkan fitur download offline dan pengalaman mendengar musik tanpa iklan, yang bisa dinikmati mulai dari Rp49.000 per bulan.
Untuk pembayaran, saat ini Youtube Music Premium hanya menerima metode
potong pulsa (semua operator) dan kartu kredit.
Pada acara peluncuran di Jakarta, melalui video conference, Ruuben Van Den Heuvel, Head of Music Content Partnerships (South East Asia, AU_NZ), YouTube and YouTube Go, mengatakan, kekayaan budaya musik dan talenta musik di Indonesia kini punya ‘rumah’ di YouTube, dan perusahaannya sangat antusias untuk semakin mendekatkan mereka kepada para pengguna dengan meluncurkan YouTube Music di Indonesia.
“YouTube Music kami buat untuk membantu banyak orang menemukan musik
yang mereka suka, dan menawarkan pengalaman mendengarkan musik yang lebih kaya, lebih cerdas, dan lebih imersif bagi para pecinta musik di Indonesia dan di seluruh dunia. Mulai dari rekomendasi video musik, pentas live, lagu cover, sampai video baru, semuanya ada di sini, dan hanya di sini, di YouTube Music,” imbuhnya.
South Korea, the land of ginseng and kimchi, might be well-known for its high-tech products like cars, ships, flat-screen TVs and smartphones, but it’s like a hidden treasure when it comes to tourism.
Many people do not know much about Korea’s natural beauty, amazing historical monuments, rich culture, mouth-watering cuisine and world-class infrastructure.
Some Korean friends told me about a natural wonder in their country. Last month I had a chance to visit this wonderful place called Jeju Island, which is more than double the size of Singapore.
After having a nice breakfast at the Lotte Hotel, perhaps the best hotel on the island, I started my journey in the morning. To my utter disappointment, it was a rainy day and completely covered with fog. One couldn’t see beyond a few meters. But my guide, Won Jong-suk, consoled me, saying the weather would not disrupt our journey. I didn’t believe her words. But she was right.
After driving just 10 minutes, we entered into a different world where there was no rain and fog but only sunshine. It was like magic. Throughout the day, most of the hilly areas are covered with fog on Jeju.
Located in the southwest area of the Korean Peninsula, Jeju Island is an oval-shaped volcanic island that is more than 90 percent covered with basalt.
One could say Jeju is like our Bali. With its magnificent views of nature, exotic pearly beaches, lush green pastures, gardens filled with beautiful aromatic flowers, tangerine groves, clean water, fresh air, nice food and beautiful golf courses, the island is certainly an ideal place for romance and relaxation.
That’s why it was no wonder I found so many love birds and true migratory birds roaming on the resort.
“It is a paradise for honeymooners,” Lee Sun-mi, a visitor from Seoul, told The Jakarta Post.
I was so sad because I already had my honeymoon 15 years ago in Bali, the Island of the Gods. To me, there would not be any chance of competing with all of those birds in the art of love.
“Don’t worry. You can come to Jeju next time with your wife to have your second honeymoon,” Lee said, laughing.
One of the main attractions on Jeju is Mount Halla or Hallasan, the highest mountain in Korea. The 1,950-meter high mountain is the central peak of the shield volcano of Jeju. There are so many hiking trails from different places. Among them, the Yeongsil trail, which takes three to four hours, is the easiest and the Gwaneumsa trail, which is about eight to nine hours, is the toughest way to scale Mount Halla.
Since I was visiting Jeju in May, I missed the cherry blossoms on Mount Halla, but I spotted some yellow canola.
The island has so many lava domes and lava tubes. Among them, the Manjanggul lava tube, which stretches 7.4 kilometers, is the most worth seeing.
Another major attraction is Manjanggul Cave, where we can see the wonder of nature.
The island is also home to beautiful waterfalls like Cheonjiyeon Waterfall and Jeongbang Waterfall. These picturesque spots have drawn the attention of moviemakers. Korea’s popular TV dramas All In, Dae Jang Geum (Jewel in the Palace), Tae Wang Sa Shin Gi (The Legend) and Iris were shot on Jeju Island. Because of these films, so many foreign tourists flock to Jeju to see these places.
Are you looking for a sunrise peak? If so, the place to go to is the beautiful Seongsan Ilchulbong Tuff Cone on Jeju, which is also called an island of sky and sea. The cone, which is 179 meters in height, was formed when an underwater volcano erupted in the middle of the ocean some 5,000 years ago.
“The best place in Jeju to watch the sunrise is Seongsan Ilchulbong,” Won said.
The largest island in Korea has numerous museums, theme parks, farms and folk villages on every corner of the island. I found so many trekking paths, roads, carriage paths, and water and air games. The administration of the Jeju self-governing province has been trying to promote the island as a destination for relaxation, shopping and MICE activities.
“We have well-developed infrastructure on the island. We have 17 five-star hotels, 27 golf courses and eight casinos,” Park Yung-soo, president of the Jeju Tourism Organization, told the Post in an exclusive interview recently.
According to Park, the Jeju administration just recently started to promote the island on the global market.
“Our main challenge is to raise the awareness about Jeju outside of Korea. Another problem is we don’t have many direct flights from foreign countries,” Park said.
Currently, Jeju is connected to China, Japan and Taiwan through 15 air routes. People coming from Southeast Asia must come to Jeju through Seoul.
When asked about the strengths of Jeju as an international tourist destination, Park said the island had several strengths in many fields.
“Jeju has earned three crowns from international organizations, such as UNESCO. This is the first and only place to be awarded a triple crown in the field of natural beauty,” Park said.
He was referring to UNESCO’s declaration of Jeju as a Biosphere Reserve, World Natural Heritage Site and Global Geopark. In 2007, the World Health Organization declared Jeju Island as a “Safe City”.
Besides this, Park said, Jeju is well known for its mouthwatering cuisine, especially seafood and fresh fruits, and its shopping center.
“Foreign tourists like Chinese, Japanese and Taiwanese love to buy Korean goods because of the quality and competitive prices of Korean products. These people love Korean food,” Park said.
In 2010, around 7.6 million tourists — both domestic and foreign — visited Jeju.
“We have received 777,000 foreign tourists mainly from China, Japan and Taiwan last year. We want to promote Jeju in Indonesia and other Southeast Asian countries,” Park said.
Jeju Island has so many other superlatives. It is also called Samda-do, which means island of three plenties.
“We have plenty of rocks, wind and women in Jeju,” Park said.
Talking about women, Jeju is well-known for Haenyeo, or women divers, who dive in bone chilling cold waters to reach the bottom of the sea to collect seaweed, abalone and sea cucumbers.
“We don’t use oxygen cylinders or modern diving equipment,” Yang Soon-bu, a woman diver, told the Post.
Despite all these things, there is an acute shortage of something one can’t imagine.
“Jeju is called Sammoo-do which means island of three shortages. It’s an island where there are no thieves, beggars or gates,” Park said.
The beautiful Jeju now wants to earn another crown: a place in the New Seven Wonders of the World.
“We are confident that Jeju will win the contest. It deserves it,” Park said.
Before leaving I read the JTO’s vision which reads, “The world comes to Jeju, and Jeju goes to the world.”
Batik is historically derived from ancestors, known since the seventeenth century, written and painted on palm leaves. At the moment motif batik pattern is still dominated by forms of animals and plants. But in its development history of batik have evolved, from painting motifs of animals and plants gradually turn to the abstract patterns that resemble a cloud, temple reliefs, wayang beber and so forth. Furthermore, through the merger of the painting with the art of decorating style clothing, batik art show as we know it today.
The type and style of traditional batik quite so much, but the patterns and variations in accordance with the philosophy and culture of each region are very diverse. Indonesia’s cultural treasures so rich nation has been driving styles and types of batik tradisioanal with the characteristics of specialty themselves.
The development of Batik in Indonesia
The history of batik in Indonesia with regard to the development of the Majapahit kingdom and the kingdom afterwards. In some records, the development of batik is mostly done in times of Mataram kingdom, then in the kingdom of Solo and Yogyakarta.
Art of batik is an art image on the fabric for clothing that was one of the family culture of Indonesian kings of old. Batik initially worked in the palace alone are limited and the results for the king’s clothes and family and his followers. Because many of the followers of the king who lived outside the palace, the art of batik was brought by them out palace and place of each work.
In the development of this batik art gradually imitated by the people nearest and subsequently expanded into the work of women in the household to fill his spare time. Furthermore, batik clothes that used only the royal family, then became a popular folk clothes, both women and men.
White fabric that is used when it is the result of homespun. Medium dye materials used consisted of plants native to Indonesia who made himself among others of: noni tree, tall, soga, indigo, and the material is made from soda ash soda, as well as salts made from mud soil.
So this batik in Indonesia has been known since the time of Majapahit kingdom and continued to grow until the next kingdom. The start spreading this batik art belongs to the people of Indonesia and Java in particular tribe is after the end of the eighteenth century or early nineteenth century. Produced batik batik is all to the early twentieth century and printed batik is known only after the world war was over unity or around 1920. Now, batik has become part of traditional Indonesian clothing.
Although no official records began to be known when the batik in Pekalongan, but according to estimates existing in Pekalongan batik around the year 1800. Even according to data recorded at the Ministry, batik was made 1802, like a small tree motif in the form of clothes.
But significant progress is expected to occur after a major war in 1825-1830 in the kingdom of Mataram which is often referred to as Java Diponegoro war or war. With the onset of this battle royal family and urged his followers were many who left the kingdom. They then spread towards the East and West. Later in the area – a new area that the family and followers develop batik.
To the east of Solo and Yogyakarta Batik batik patterns that have been perfected in Mojokerto and Tulungagung to spread to Gresik, Surabaya and Madura. Medium westward batik developed in Banyumas, Kebumen, Tegal, Cirebon and Pekalongan. With this migration, the batik Pekalongan that have been there before growing.
Over time, Batik Pekalongan experiencing rapid development compared to other regions. In this region batik evolved around the coastal areas, namely in Pekalongan city and regional areas Buaran, Pekajangan and Wonopringgo.
Pekalongan public encounter with the various nations such as China, Dutch, Arabic, Indian, Malay and Japanese in ancient times has colored the dynamics of color motifs and batik art.
In connection with the several types of batik motif result of the influence of various countries who came to be known as the identity of Pekalongan batik. The motive was, that is batik Jlamprang, inspired from Indian and Arab Affairs. Then batik Encim and Klengenan, influenced by the Peranakan Chinese. Dutch batik, batik Morning Afternoon, and batik Hokokai, grown rapidly since the Japanese occupation.
The development of print culture techniques using dye motifs cover the night (candles) on the fabric which is then called batik, is inseparable from the influence of those countries. This shows the context of the flexibility of batik from time to time.
Pekalongan batik is very unique because it relies entirely on hundreds of small entrepreneurs, rather than on a handful of large employers have capital. Since many decades ago until now, most of Pekalongan batik production process is done in homes. As a result, closely united with batik Pekalongan Pekalongan community life that is now divided into two administrative regions, namely Pekalongan Municipality and Regency of Pekalongan.
Pekalongan batik tidal development, showing Pekalongan eligible to become an icon for the development of batik in Indonesia. Icon for works of art that never gave up with the times and always dynamic. Now, batik has become a breath of everyday life Pekalongan residents and is one superior product. This is because many industries which produce batik. Because the product is known for his batik, known as the City of Pekalongan Batik. The nickname came from a long tradition rooted in Pekalongan. During that long period, various properties, the variety of uses, type design, as well as batik quality is determined by the climate and the presence of fibers of local, historical factors, trade and community readiness to accept and understand new ideas.
Batik is an art culture that admired the world, among the traditional varieties produced with dye technology hurdles, none of which can be present as beautiful and as smooth as batik Pekalongan
Profile: Full Name: David Villa Sánchez Nick Name: el Guaje Birth Place: Langreo,Spain Date of Birth: December 3,1981 Height: 5’9″ Weight: 69 KG Squad Number: 07 Position: Forward,Striker Teams/Clubs: Spain,Barcelona
David Villa has become an idol for many football fans due to a successful career in all categories. Born in Tuilla and brought up in the gentle but hard working province of Asturias, ´Guaje´ as he is affectionately nicknamed in the football world, spent his childhood attached to a football. Very few people remember an image of David not kicking a ball.
David always had the support of his family, his father believed he had potential and is a constant and vital support in the footballer’s life.
His first team was Langreo, where he suffered an injury to his right leg and as a result, he began to work on strengthening his left leg. Whether it was out of necessity or perhaps to avoid losing the love he had felt for football since he was a child, this was how he became an ´ambidextrous´ footballer.
His attitude proved positive, but being a discreet and introverted person, home-loving and family orientated, he was quite shy about his success in climbing ladders in the world of football and his repute extended throughout the sporting world.
After Langreo he joined the Mareo School, at only 17 years old. Real Sporting would then become his team and there he played for the Youth team, the reserve B team and finally made his first appearance for the first team during the 2001/02 season. For two years he defended Sporting’s colours in the Second Division, following in the steps of his idol, Enrique Castro `Quini´.
Real Zaragoza noticed his footballing qualities and signed him up in the summer of 2003. During his time at Zaragoza, he made his debut for the National team. The now famous chant “Illa, illa, illa, Villa Maravilla” (Marvellous Villa) could be heard at the Romareda stadium during every home game from then on.
Just before the 2005/06 season began, and with numerous offers on the table, ´Guaje´ signed for Valencia CF. The Club paid the get-out clause of his contract with Zaragoza, set at 12 million euros, and his talent became evident in Spain and in Europe. During that first season he scored 25 goals for Valencia and was the second highest goal scorer in the League. In the following two seasons he scored 15 and 18 goals in League matches.
That season he is moving towards a goal-scoring record, reaching the level of previous Valencia legends such as Kempes, Waldo and Mundo, the latter being the highest goal scorer in Valencia CF’s history.
The 2011-12 season also started on the right foot, but was stoppe unexpectedly on the 15th of December of 2011 in the Club World Cup semifinals. Guaje fractured his tibia and he was forced to say goodbye to the season. In fact, though he worked tirelessly in the recovery, he could not be available to Vicente del Bosque to participate in the European Championship in Poland and Ukraine in 2012.
Villa reappeared with FC Barcelona in August of 2012 and since then, he has been adding games and goals to show that he is once again the lethal striker before the injury. He has also regained his prominence with the ´Roja´ and he is helping with goals his team and the National Team. Another proof of his spirit of excellence and tremendous character, always in the service of his club and the Spanish National Team.
His debut with the Spanish National Team was in Almería on 9th February 2005 in a World Cup 2006 qualifying match. Spain were playing against Ukraine and Guaje scored twice. His inclusion in the National team would then be in no doubt and in Euro Cup 2008 he became a National football idol. Now, he is the top scorer in the history of de Spanish team and has won a World Cup and a Eurocup.
David has been married to Patricia since 2003 and they have two daughters together named Zaida and Olaya and one son, Luca. As a lover of the Asturias countryside and the traditions of his hometown, Tuilla, David is a kind-hearted family man and extremely supportive of those in need. His humility and warmth is valued by those who support him, his family and friends.
David has a strong sense of comradeship. He is respected in the dressing room and admired by his fans. He has a high respect for his colleagues in his day to day work and much loved in the football world.
DAVID VILLA – FOOTBALLER
David Villa is a top footballer with technical quality and speed. He has a talent for scoring goals and reading the game quickly. His goal instincts and goal passes are important elements in his eminence as a player who makes a difference.
Kendati banyak menuai polemik, namun pengamat pendidikan Arief Rachman
memuji kebijakan sistem zonasi Penerimaan Peserta Didik Baru (PPDB) yang diterapkan Kementerian Pendidikan dan Kebudayaan (Kemendikbud).
Menurut Arief, sistem zonasi akan menjamin pemerataan peserta didik pada setiap daerah di masa mendatang. “Jadi anak-anak tidak pergi, umpamanya anak Ambon pergi ke Yogya hanya untuk sekolah SMA,” ujar Arier Rachman saat dihubungi SINDOnews, Selasa 25/6/2019). (Baca juga: Hanya Satu SMA, Gubernur WH Anggap PPDB Sistem Zonasi Tak Efektif)
Kendati demikian, ia memberi satu catatan khusus agar sistem zonasi PPDB
ini tidak menjadi permasalahan di kemudian hari, yakni setiap sekolah harus memastikan mutu dari kualitas sekolahnya.
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“Jadi kalau anak-anak itu masuk ke sekolah yang memang di zonanya, sekolah
itu harus diperbaiki, karena itu pelatihan untuk guru-guru harus dilakukan oleh semua zona dan itu menjadi tanggung jawab dan pekerjaan dari pemerintah pusat maupun daerah,” ucapnya.
Soal polemik sistem zonasi PPDB yang terjadi saat ini, Arief mengatakan perlu ada penjelasan kepada masyarakat dan kepastian terkait pembinaan mutu bagi tenaga pendidik di setiap zona.
Sistem zonasi dalam pendaftaran peserta didik baru (PPDB) akan diperkuat
dengan peraturan presiden (Perpres). Perpres ini akan memperkuat sinkronisasi antar kementerian/lembaga (KL) dan juga pemerintah daerah.
Staf Ahli Bidang Regulasi Pendidikan dan Kebudayaan Kemendikbud Chatarina Muliana Girsang mengatakan, saat ini tengah disusun draft materi untuk perpres yang rencananya dikeluarkan pada tahun ini. Dia menjelaskan, perpres ini penting sebagai dasar sinkronisasi kebijakan terkait sistem zonasi dengan kementerian dan lembaga lain.
”Kita mengejar tahun ini harus keluar (perpres) dan itu kita akan libatkan KL
terkait,” katanya dalam diskusi Dibalik Kebijakan Zonasi di Jakarta, Senin (1/7/2019).
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Chatarina mengatakan, perpres ini penting untuk sinkronisasi, kolaborasi dan
juga sinergi antar KL dan tentunya dengan pemerintah daerah. Chatarina menjelaskan, meski kebijakan zonasi sekolah itu meluncur atas inisiatif Kemendikbud tetapi sistem ini menjadi program pemerintah yang tidak bisa dikerjakan satu kementerian saja.
Tahun 2019 menjadi tahun ketiga Ultra Milk mengadakan program ‘Pengajar
Jelajah Nusa’, yaitu aktivitas brand yang mewadahi anak muda Indonesia untuk memberikan aksi nyata di bidang pendidikan, terutama di daerah-daerah terpencil di Indonesia.
Kegiatan ini terdiri dari mengajar anak-anak Sekolah Dasar (SD), kegiatan
bersama masyarakat lokal, dan tentunya menawarkan pengalaman liburan yang sulit didapatkan. 30 anak muda, yang terdiri dari anak-anak SMA dan kuliah ini, telah menjalani proses seleksi yang ketat dan terpilih dari 7.400 peserta hebat lainnya yang tersebar di seluruh penjuru Indonesia.
Dibekali materi persiapan di Jakarta selama 2 hari, mereka diberangkatkan
tersebar ke 6 desa di 3 kabupaten selama 1 minggu (27 Juni-3 Juli) yaitu Desa Karang Tengah dan Karang Makmur, Kabupaten Musi Banyuasin, Sumatera Selatan; Desa Labuang Kallo dan Petiku, Kabupaten Paser, Kalimantan Timur; serta Desa Bibinoi dan Sawang Akar, Kabupaten Halmahera Selatan, Maluku Utara. Sebagai penghargaan, akan dipilih 2 peserta terbaik yang akan dikirim ke United Kingdom untuk mengikuti serangkaian acara pengembangan diri pada tahun 2020.
Anda telah mempelajari materi mengenai kesempatan kerja, angkatan kerja, beserta pengelompokan angkatan kerja. Berikut ini Anda akan mempelajari tentang tenaga kerja.
Apa yang dimaksud dengan tenaga kerja? Tenaga kerja adalah penduduk yang telah memasuki usia kerja, baik yang sudah bekerja maupun aktif mencari kerja, yang masih mau dan mampu untuk melakukan pekerjaan. Tenaga kerja merupakan faktor produksi yang sangat penting bagi setiap negara di samping faktor alam dan faktor modal. Mengapa tenaga kerja disebut sebagaifaktor produksi? Karena meskipun suatu negara memiliki sumber daya alam dan modal yang besar ia tetap membutuhkan tenaga kerja sebagai salah satu faktor produksinya. Contoh, Malaysia yang kaya akan sumber daya alam dan modal harus mendatangkan tenaga kerja dari Indonesia untuk mengisi kekurangan tenaga kerja berbagai sektor ekonominya.