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Lowongan / lowongan buruh pabrik di daerah kota Serang
« on: 02 December 2015, 02:46:55 PM »
mohon info nih butuh cepat buruh pabrik.
barangkali ada yang membutuhkan.  :)

contact info:
pin bb: renorevs
whatsapp / line: 081381712524

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Seandainya kamu punya pengetahuan untuk membuat obat mujarab yang dapat menyembuhkan segala penyakit (seperti dukun Panoramix dalam cerita Asterix), apa yang akan kamu lakukan?

Beberapa kemungkinan (tetapi tidak terbatas pada ini saja):
1. Diam-diam saja, mungkin dipakai untuk sendiri dan kerabat dekat
2. Diumumkan, obat mujarab dibagi-bagikan secara gratis
3. Obat mujarab dipatenkan lalu dijual secara komersil

Oh ya, mohon disertai juga alasannya supaya saya tahu pola pikirnya...  8)

Silakan berkreasi... karena tidak ada jawaban yang benar atau salah... ;D

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Lowongan / Lowongan kerja di KerjaDulu.com (startup baru)
« on: 19 November 2014, 09:21:23 AM »
Administrative Support/Assistant

We’re looking for a self-motivated, strategic, Administrative Support/ Assistant to join the KerjaDulu team in Jakarta. As the Administrative Support, you will be responsible for organizing and supervising all of the administrative activities that facilitate a smooth running of our company. Responsibilities may extend to assist in the implementation of processes, standards and procedures.

Desired Experience and Skills

You will have:

* 2+ years of experience working in a similar capacity, (previous office coordination experience a huge plus)
* Excellent time management, written, and communication skills
* Ability to coordinate/manage multiple tasks simutaneously
* Strong attention to detail with experience managing projects/tasks within a specific budget
* Experience executing with little to no supervision
* Experience handling case sensitive and time sensitive tasks

We expect you to:

* Assist in organizing meetings; record, compile, transcribe and distribute minutes of meetings (as requested)
* Answer, screen and transfer inbound and outbound phone calls
* Schedule and coordinate meetings, appointments and travel arrangements
* Prepare and modify documents including correspondence, reports, drafts, memos and emails
* Manage general administrative duties including photocopying, maling, fax and phone
* Use a range of office software, including email, powerpoint and spreadsheets
* Record office expenditure and managing the budget
* Serve as the go-to for office inquiries and conflicts
* Assist in organizing office operations and procedures
* Various administrative tasks not limited to the above
* Fluent in English & Mandarin is a plus

Email us your resume to: career [at] kerjadulu.com (Subject: Adminstrative Support)


Executive Assistant to the CEO

Are you a high-level Executive Assistant professional--someone who has managed one or more C level executives without breaking a sweat? Do you like the idea of working with an award winning leader who is quickly leading a new promising internet start-up company into its future?

If this sounds like the next step in your career that you've been looking for, please read on.

KerjaDulu.com, Indonesia first social networking based career and job search platform is looking for an Executive Assistant to provide all aspects of executive support for our CEO. This position involves work that is highly sensitive and confidential requiring the ability to use a considerable amount of discretion and sound judgment.

The successful candidate will have outstanding organizational and business skills, excellent written and oral communication skills, and have the ability to successfully prioritize and manage multiple projects.

Essential Functions:

* Manage day-to-day operational and administrative duties, seamless support of CEO
* Handling highly confidential, proprietary, and time-sensitive materials in a professional and discreet manner
* Manage hectic calendar and meeting schedules, using keen prioritization skills and a high level of diplomacy
* Coordinate logistics and materials for meetings and presentations including offsite and all hands meetings
* Assist with presentations, correspondence, memos, charts, documents, tables, graphs, plans, etc.
* Organize the incoming work flow, prioritize incoming requests
* Screen and filter calls and handle correspondence in a friendly manner
* Assist CEO with project management, spreadsheet preparation and research for special project
* Manage travel arrangements (international and domestic) including processing expenses and creating itineraries
* Handle general administrative duties; organize, file, fax, photocopy, and additional administrative duties Event and Conference planning
* May conduct various special projects

Candidates must have:

* Bachelors degree with a minimum 5 years of experience in an executive administrative support position
* Highest levels of reliability and loyalty
* Proven ability to work independently with excellent problem resolution skills
* Superior organizational skills, impeccable accuracy and attention to detail
* Ability to prioritize, multitask and react with appropriate levels of urgency and flexibility
* Strong communication and interpersonal skills
* High level of professionalism dealing with Board members, analysts, colleagues, partners and customers
* Sensitive and discreet handling of confidential information
* Independent, self-motivated and proactive work ethic
* Some travel may be required for out of town board meetings. Late nights, weekend and early mornings may also be required
* Able to work flexible hours and to be accessible after hours as needed
* Extreme professionalism
* Computer skills needed include MS office, Power Point, Excel, Visio
* Proficient in mandarin and english preffered

Email us your resume to: career [at] kerjadulu.com (Subject: Executive Assistant to the CEO)

Reference:
http://company.kerjadulu.com/careers
http://e27.co/kerjadulus-chris-liu-wants-to-disrupt-indonesias-job-market-20141114/

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Kafe Jongkok / My GENERASI
« on: 01 March 2014, 06:19:12 PM »
kalau kamu tersenyum setelah menonton video ini, berarti masa kecil kamu bahagia.. ;D

[youtube]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CzkAPMWNSGc[/youtube]

A simple short we produced to remind us what it was like back in the old days during our primary school days. Share this with your school mates, ex school mates, ex college mates, colleagues to remind them how simple life was back then.

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Ilmu Pengetahuan dan Teknologi / Membuat kulit tanpa pembunuhan
« on: 21 September 2013, 11:08:51 AM »
Idenya bagus sekali...


Seandainya kita hanya perlu kulit binatang, untuk apa membunuh binatang demi kulitnya?

http://www.ted.com/talks/andras_forgacs_leather_and_meat_without_killing_animals.html

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Humor / Epic Rap Battles of History: Steve Jobs vs Bill Gates
« on: 27 June 2012, 08:36:35 AM »
[youtube]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=njos57IJf-0
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Lowongan / Lowongan pekerjaan sebagai perawat orang tua di Taiwan
« on: 20 December 2011, 11:09:12 PM »
Forward dari teman:

Dear teman2, Saya diminta kenalan sy, bhiksu di taiwan, utk carikan orang yg mau bantu rawat orang tua (buddhist, masih bisa jalan). Syaratnya: keturunan cina & bisa bhs mandarin. Nanti mereka akan buatkan visa kerja/ijin tinggal. Jika ada yg berminat bisa hubungi ms. Li (+886911285603). Kalo telp, bilang aja tau dr weiwei. Tolong bantuin ya. Thx

apakah ada preferensi cowo atau cewe?


Prefernya sih cewek, krn jaga ama2. Waktu kerja 7 hr seminggu. Libur, cuti & gaji, mesti ngomong lsg dgn ms. Li.

kalau ada yang tertarik, silakan PM saya..(maklum, jarang online di forum DC belakangan ini..  8)  )atau boleh langsung hubungi Ms. Li di +886911285603

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Teknologi Informasi / [HELP] ProGuard for Android
« on: 24 February 2011, 06:38:50 PM »
apakah ada yang sudah pernah coba pake ProGuard?
http://developer.android.com/guide/developing/tools/proguard.html

apakah mengaktifkan ProGuard harus pake "Apache Ant"?
kelihatannya rumit juga.. :-?

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TEMPO Interaktif, New York   - Meski banyak orang enggan membicarakannya, hampir semua orang pernah   marah kepada Tuhan pada satu titik dalam kehidupan mereka. Biasanya,   mereka marah setelah didiagnosis menderita penyakit berat, kehilangan   orang yang dicintai, atau trauma.

Bahkan, menurut studi dalam Journal of Personality and Social Psychology   edisi Januari, hampir dua dari tiga orang dilaporkan pernah marah   kepada Tuhan. Mereka mayoritas marah karena menilai Tuhan bertanggung   jawab atas kejadian-kejadian buruk dalam kehidupan mereka.

Orang-orang yang dikabarkan lebih religius sulit marah kepada Tuhan saat hal-hal buruk menimpa mereka.

"Orang-orang   yang lebih religius jarang marah. Mereka mungkin hanya berpikir Tuhan   menyebabkan kejadian buruk, tetapi mereka menilai ada hikmah di balik   kejadian buruk itu. Mereka mengatakan, 'Tuhan menguji saya agar saya   lebih kuat lagi'," ujar Julie Exline, seorang psikolog dan profesor di   Case Wester Reserve University in Cleveland yang juga menulis studi   tersebut.

Studi yang dilakukan Exline menganalisis hasil lima   studi sebelumnya yang menilai hubungan manusia dengan Tuhan, terutama   saat-saat seseorang mengalami krisis pribadi atau sedang kecewa.

Yang   menarik dari studi tersebut, orang-orang yang tidak percaya Tuhan atau   mempertanyakan keberadaan Tuhan, dikabarkan lebih marah kepada Tuhan   ketimbang orang-orang yang percaya dengan Tuhan.

Menurut Exline,   kelompok lain yang marah besar terhadap Tuhan ketika hal-hal buruk   menimpa mereka adalah anak-anak muda dan orang berkulit putih.

Meski   banyak orang marah terhadap Tuhan, kata Exline, mereka tetap mencintai   Tuhan. "Adanya perasaan positif tidak menutup kemungkinan untuk marah   dan begitu juga sebaliknya," tambah Exline.

sumber: http://tempointeraktif.com/hg/kesehatan/2011/01/03/brk,20110103-303252,id.html

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Regional / Ja-bo-de-ta-bek
« on: 26 December 2010, 03:34:33 PM »
masa ngga ada yang mulai sih? 8)

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Waroeng Mandarin / [good news] menerjemahkan lagu mandarin di Facebook
« on: 13 November 2010, 09:18:08 PM »
maaf kalo aye sudah lama tidak lagi menerjemahkan lagu karena load kerja dan aktivitas lainnya lumayan berat.. ;D
sebagai gantinya, aye nemu page di FB yang bersedia menerjemahkan lagu mandarin:

http://www.facebook.com/pages/Belajar-Mandarin-Lewat-Lagu-Arti-Lirik-Lagu-Mandarin-/295274557917?ref=ts&v=wall#!/pages/Belajar-Mandarin-Lewat-Lagu-Arti-Lirik-Lagu-Mandarin-/295274557917

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Teknologi Informasi / Membaca Berita KOMPAS dengan QR Code
« on: 26 August 2010, 09:49:05 AM »
Ada teknologi baru yang diterapkan KOMPAS pada senin 15 Juni 2009 kemarin. Yaitu fitur dakode pada edisi harian KOMPAS cetak. Fitur ini memungkinkan seseorang untuk membaca berita yang ada di harian KOMPAS edisi cetak dengan membaca QR Code yang tertera di lembar depan harian tersebut menggunakan kamera di ponselnya.

Untuk dapat menggunakan fitur ini, anda harus menginstall aplikasi barcode reader di ponsel anda, yang bisa didownload di http://dakode.mobi. Ada 3 pilihan aplikasi barcode reader yang ditawarkan, dalam ujicoba ini saya sendiri memilih i-nigma. Setelah selesai menginstal, jalankan aplikasi barcode reader tersebut dan arahkan ke barcode yang ada pada salah satu berita di harian KOMPAS yang memiliki barcode. Setelah barcode terdeteksi oleh i-nigma, anda akan dimintai konfirmasi apakah anda akan membuka halaman web kompas? klik open/yes. Maka akan dibawa ke halaman web yang menayangkan berita sesuai dengan yang ada di harian KOMPAS.

Sumber: http://www.abetobing.com/blog/membaca-berita-kompas-dengan-qr-code-41.html

contoh QR code untuk http://dhammacitta.org/forum


bisa bikin QR code gratis di sini: http://qrcode.kaywa.com/

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What is Shaolin, Kung Fu, and Tai Chi
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First it is important to understand the Chinese terminology involved:

"Kung Fu" - literally means cultivation of skills or acquired skill.

"Tai Chi"- literally means supreme ultimate.

The name "Shaolin" is given to a Buddhist monastery built in the forest (Chinese word "lin") at the foot of Chung Yue Shao Shi Mountain, hence the name "Shaolin" was adopted.

"Wu Shu" means martial arts.


Brief history of Shaolin Buddhist Monastery

Shaolin Buddhist Monastery was first built in 495 CE by Emperor Wei Xiao Wen of China to accommodate a visiting famous Indian monk Pa Tuo.

During the tenure of Venerable Pa Tuo as the Abbot of the monastery, there were many young people with martial arts skill who came to join the monastery and be trained as monks. Over time, the practice of martial arts among the monks living in the monastery as a form of exercise routine to keep fit and healthy became a norm within the Shaolin monastery. Naturally, among the many disciples of Abbot Pa Tuo, several monks over time turned out to be experts in several forms of ancient Chinese martial arts.

About 528 CE, another famous Indian monk, Bodhidharma (or Damo) came to China. He was a prince of an Indian kingdom but decided to take on a monastic life and later became the 28th Patriarch of Chan Buddhism (Zen school in Japanese). He wandered for three years from India to China and finally arrived at Nanjing.

He later moved to the Shaolin Monastery where he established the transmission of Chan Buddhism in China. Legend has it that before he arrived at the Shaolin Monastery, he crossed the Yangtze River using his supernatural power by standing on a single straw. Chan Buddhism flourished throughout China in the 6th century CE under the teaching of Bodhidharma. Another famous feat of BodhiDharma which is popular among Chan Buddhist practitioners is his 9-year long retreat where he sat facing the wall of the cave.

The essence of Chan practice is the discovery of our true nature (Buddha nature) and meditation is the means by which a practitioner trains himself to achieve that state of the mind. Therefore, monks at the Shaolin Monastery had to do long hours of sitting meditation. This routine resulted in poor blood circulation, numbness of the legs, and muscular cramp.

In order to overcome these physical problems, Bodhidharma taught the monks a set of exercise routine to be practiced daily as a way to keep physically fit for the long hours of meditation. This exercise routine known as "18 movements" would later evolved through new innovative development by disciples to become part of the many formats of the famous Shaolin Kung fu.

Over its 1,500-year history , the Shaolin Monastery in ancient China has always been in the eyes of the ruling elites and the emperors, a prominent religious and social institution and hence of significant political importance to them. This situation has brought about both glorious as well as disastrous consequences in the triumph and tribulation of Shaolin Monastery. According to recorded history, the monastery has suffered numerous attempts to destroy its establishment by the political power of the day who were opposed to Buddhism and monks were subjected to oppression and persecution. Also, in times of political turbulence and social disorder, the monastery has often been intruded, robbed and damaged by bandits. Therefore, the monks were forced to defend themselves and to protect the monastery with the martial arts of those who mastered them. Over the years, it became a necessity to teach all monks living in the monastery some forms of martial arts, both for the purpose of keeping the body fit to practice meditation as well as for the defense of the monastery in times of turbulence.

Along the 1,500 years, these martial arts went through development and innovation, and ultimately evolved to become an amazing system of martial arts, combining the different expertise that existed in China during these years. It was recorded that there were as many as over 750 different formats of martial arts in the entire system of Shaolin Kung Fu, but today only less than 500 are now left with documentary reference available.

What is KUNG FU?

Martial Arts (in Chinese "Wu Shu") was never a part of Buddhism or Chan Buddhism, both in India and China, although in early India, Yoga practice was popular among many spiritual practitioners as an exercise to stimulate the flow of energy in the body by combining deep breathing and physical movement. When Bodhidharma, the first Patriarch of Chan Buddhism in China introduced the "18 movements" exercise routine to the monks at Shaolin Monastery, it was not martial arts ("Wu Shu"). It was meant as a keep-fit physical exercise to overcome the bodily discomfort and pain resulting from long hours of sitting meditation.

"Kung Fu" denotes "cultivation of skills" or "acquired skills" and the term in itself has no connotation of warfare or fighting as in the word "martial".

For example, when we say a chef has an acquired skill of cooking, we say that the chef has cooking "Kung Fu". Likewise, a trained mechanic who is adept at repairing any problems with cars, we say he has mechanical "Kung Fu".
A Chan practitioner has cultivated a high degree of meditative practice and has attained profound wisdom and forbearance; we say that he has perfected the "Kung Fu" of spiritual cultivation.

The monks at the Shaolin Monastery although trained in martial arts ("Wu Shu") were all inculcated with the philosophy of "Kung Fu". The martial arts were used to temper their physical body, nor to hurt others. Even when they are attacked, they only defend themselves with restraint using only the same amount of force used against them by the attackers. Any use of force in defense would be just to repel an attack back to its source, redirecting the force back to its source. The Shaolin monks were inculcated with the attitude that "to fight is the lowest form of arbitration" and "one who engages in combat has already lost".

What is Tai Chi?

Tai Chi has its origins based on legends and historical evidence. A legend has it that Tai Chi was founded by the Taoist Chang San Feng, who lived during 12th century in China. Chang traveled the mountains of central and northern China, where he learned martial arts and studied the Chinese Classics, and the I Ching, which describes the way of nature and Taoism.

One day, Chang observed a flying bird staring down at a snake coiled firmly on the ground, with its head and neck facing up toward the bird. The bird swooped down to strike the snake with its beak. The snake rolled to the side to avoid the bird's attack. Appearing surprised, the bird recovered in flight and attacked again and again with more precision and determination. The snake kept rotating its body from side to side, neutralizing the bird's strikes without giving up its coiled position.

Chang saw how softness can overcome hardness in the flexibility of the snake's posture and its constant shifting from side to side to evade the hard, powerful thrusts of the bird's beak. He then realized how the philosophy and principles discussed in the I Ching had practical applications to the martial arts.

From these realizations Chang created Tai Chi (Supreme Ultimate as he saw how opposing forces of nature can be harnessed to become tremendous power). Within the Tai Chi movements, one can observe the basis of Taoism and the I Ching, the Yin and Yang. These are the opposing, but complementary forces in nature, which are in constant change from one to the other. Many things in nature, like the days and the seasons, are constantly changing in continuous cycles. The movements of Tai Chi are also continuously changing, the body weight shifting from one leg to the other as the person moves from posture to the next.

Chen Wang Ting, an army officer living in Ho Nan Province during the late 16th and early 17th century brought about further development of Tai Chi martial arts by combining various martial arts techniques and adding Taoist philosophy, breathing technique, and acupuncture theory. Chen's system of Tai Chi was handed down through several family generations.

During the next 50 years, many improved versions of Tai Chi were developed by practitioners. They essentially are composed of slow, even movements which incorporate deep breathing. Different styles of Tai Chi evolved and became popular throughout the world today, due to its ability to improve one’s health and longevity and to prevent and treat chronic disease.

For these reasons, Tai Chi has been adopted by many Chinese Buddhist Monasteries as a suitable form of exercise routine to keep fit and healthy for monks and nuns living in the monasteries.

Conclusion

Shaolin Kung Fu and Tai Chi are both a heritage of rich Chinese culture. They did not originate from Buddhism but they came to form part of the Buddhist culture especially that of Chinese Mahayana Buddhism
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Source: Nantien Temple, Wollongong, Australia.

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Humor / Apple humor.... & then along came BILL!
« on: 20 August 2010, 08:58:00 AM »
what Steve will invent in the next few years..
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Steve and Bill part 1
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Steve and Bill part 2
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