Anything journalism-related.

Jakarta – Orașul „underdog”: Primul (sau al doilea) meu an în România

Când ești într-o comunitate în care nimeni nu arată ca tine, nimeni nu vorbește ca tine, nimeni nu provine dintr-un mediu ca al tău, sentimentul de a fi un străin sau un outsider este prezent.

How Did the Radio Shape the World During the Cold War?

The Cold War might be timid and rigid on the ground, but it was hot on the airwaves.

Fenty Effendi, Writer of the Late Sutopo Purwo Nugroho’s Biography: “Mr. Sutopo Was A Humanitarian Hero of the Country”

Indonesia is a unique country that stores a plethora of hazardous potential. In this ‘dangerous’ paradise, Sutopo Purwo Nugroho lived.

Footballers and Mental Health: The Often-Overlooked Side of the Beautiful Game

With such a slim rate of success, being a professional footballer can take a toll on someone’s mental health. 

Life Magazine vs. O Cruzeiro: A Media Spat That Colored the Cold War Tense

In the end, the dispute shows us utter hypocrisy that aiding the marginalized community was never the sole goal in the first place.