People on a bridge

It’s been more than a year since the first COVID-19 viruses have been confirmed. Although the Vaccine has been developed, and better treatment for the patient has been given, there is still no halt to the pandemic threat for the ordinary daily routine life of the people.

Nevertheless, life must go on, the work still needs to be done and we have entered a new normal routine. A life where sometimes, we must exclude ourselves sour self from the crowd, for the matter of protection of our loved one.

The need to wear the mask is mandatory in every corner of the busy city. Although greeting each other is an instinctual nature for us, we learn to take precautions in welcoming others, even friends to our close circle.

Yes, COVID-19 has changed the way we are living in this new age. We still don’t have a clue whether we can go back to our old normal days, or we are living a new future where human have to take a high sanitation precaution for every small detail in their ordinary routine life, just to be safe from the threat of the unseen virus.

The new future, where opening our mask and taking a little breath in a crowd has potentially become dangerously hazardous to our health.

Stay safe, stay healthy, is the only message that we can rely upon these days. Stay strong.

Monas celebration

Its take a while but once its build the image will stay.

So does Monas image and what it represent for the Jakarta residence. Build as a symbol of light for the Indonesian people, Monas that took the image of candle with its light became the given icon of the Jakarta city.

After 50 years of history what have Monas became now? And what will it became for the future generations of Indonesian people?