Day: November 16, 2022

Sandwich generation must also save for themselves

Sandwiched between the aged and the youth, with a societal expectation to care for both, millions of Indonesians are struggling. Indonesian office worker Dedi Ardila, 28, doesn’t dare dream of owning his own home. His modest monthly income is entirely consumed by his young family, his parents, and his wife’s brother — all

Greece has to know its place, remember history – Erdogan

Türkiye tells Greece to mind its place and remember its history, President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said on Wednesday about the increasing tension in the Eastern Mediterranean between Greece and Türkiye and Greece’s armament of demilitarized islands in the East Aegean, at the press conference after the G-20 summit in Indonesia, Trend reports

Republicans Critical of Biden’s Stance During Meeting with Xi

WASHINGTON — Congressional Republicans mostly condemned President Joe Biden for saying that there “need not be a new Cold War” between the U.S. and China, following a three-hour summit meeting with Chinese President Xi Jinping in Indonesia. A few Republicans, however, joined members of Biden’s Democratic Party in cautiously welcoming signs

Journalists Obstructed Covering Events in Asia

Journalists covering two major international events in Cambodia and Indonesia this week have been obstructed from their work. A producer for the U.S. news outlet ABC News was pushed when she tried to ask a question during President Joe Biden’s meeting with China’s leader Xi Jinping. Separately, journalists from the

Chinese President Confronts Trudeau at G20

TORONTO — Chinese President Xi Jinping chastised Prime Minister Justin Trudeau at the G-20 summit on Wednesday for leaking details of a prior meeting during which Trudeau expressed concern about Chinese interference in domestic affairs. The two had a brief encounter at an event in Indonesia that news outlets were able