How should we define 2020? Perhaps one will remember it as a time of struggling to stay sane at home, having one’s salary cut, scrambling to find a new job, getting infected with COVID-19 or losing loved ones (the virus has claimed 1.65 million lives globally, with more than 19,200 deaths recorded in Indonesia).
One way or another, the virus has affected our lives. It is a somber year for many, but perhaps there is another way to remember the year?
In this multimedia report, you will meet a singer and a theater group who are adapting to virtual stages; a group of psychologists who help patients through online counseling and students who continue to learn online despite a lack of internet access in their village.
Many have not only managed to adapt to this difficult time but also found innovative ways to live, work and even help others. Also in this report, some architects, business owners and a financial planner share how they imagine the future in a post-coronavirus world.
Their stories are a reminder that, despite all the losses we have suffered, 2020 is also the year when we found strength and resilience that hopefully will guide us through whatever may come in the future.