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Mosaic of the Archipelago presents information: first, acting governor of Jambi releases apprentices to Japan and home company. The second information is that Banyuwangi prepares various attractions to enliven Asian Games torch parade. The last information of Mosaic of the Archipelago is that on the 58th Adhyaksa Day, State Attorney of Cilacap holds blood donor.

276 domestic and foreign apprentices 2018 were released by Acting Governor of Jambi, Fachroerri Umar at Manpower and Transmigration Office in Jambi on Wednesday (18/7/2018). The program is hoped to be able to increase skill quality and competency for job seekers. This was stated by Acting Governor Fachroeri Umar in Jambi. In his speech, he expects the apprentices not only to pursue the target, but also to improve their competency. Therefore, it is expected to change the mental attitude of the apprentices and they are motivated to work harder. Furthermore, Acting Governor Fachroeri also said that the program becomes one of efforts to improve the skills of job seekers of Jambi province. At last, they can strengthen and encourage the acceleration of development of Jambi province –‘Jambi Complete 2021’. Meanwhile, Head of Manpower and Transmigration Office of Jambi, M. Fauzi mentioned that from 276 apprentices who were released, 220 people will do internship in Indonesia that spread at 19 big, medium and small companies. The rest will do internship in Japan.

Regional government of Banyuwangi prepares various attractions in welcoming Torch Relay Asian Games 2018, which will pass the region on July 22nd. Because Banyuwangi has the honor from the committee of Asian Games (Inasgoc) to become one of the regencies, which is visited by the Asian Games torch before crossing to Bali. Head of Sport section at the Youth and Sport Office of Banyuwangi, M Alfin Kurniawan explained in Banyuwabngi on Wednesday (18/7) that there are 4 stops of the Torch Relay Asian Games 2018. They are Paltuding Gunung Ijen, Tamansari Rest Area, Diponegoro Stadium and Shaba Swataga Blambangan Hall. The four stops have prepared cultural attractions, such as Gandrung dance, and Banyuwangi Etno Carnival. In addition, the stops will also enliven sport events and fun games. So, people can attend and enliven the coming of the Torch Relay Asian Games 2018. Banyuwangi government provided 10 people who have the honor to bring the torch, namely former athlete from Banyuwangi who glorified Indonesian image in international event, such as the best female warrior, Ary Noviyanti, and coach of national team of BMX Indonesia, Dadang Haris Purnomo, as well as professional photographer with disability, Ahmad Zoelkarnain who is ready to bring the Asian Games torch, before being putting at Banyuwangi Hall.

The last information of Mosaic of the Archipelago is that on the 58th Adhyaksa Day, State Attorney of Cilacap holds blood donor.

State Attorney of Cilacap held blood donor at Blood Transfusion Unit of Indonesian Red Cross of Cilacap on Wednesday (18/7). This becomes series events of the 58th Adhyaksa Day at State Attorney of Cilacap on July 22, 2018. Head of State Attorney of Cilacap, Bardiaman Simalango remarked that the social dedication of the donor is serious concern of State Attorney’s employees to others. Bardiaman targeted as many as 30 blood bags to be collected at the event. Social dedication continues on Thursday  (19/7) by visiting “Dewanata”, the Elderly Social Care Center at Slarang village, Kesugihan district, Cilacap. Besides, at the internal of State Attorney of Cilacap, various sport events were also held to enliven the 58th Adhyaksa Day. The peak of commemoration of the Day will be conducted on July 23, 2018 by carrying out ceremony at the State Attorney Office’s yard and pilgrimage to Hero cemetery. Bardiaman hopes that his office receives more support from community and is able to conduct the social duties to the community throughout Indonesia.

That was Mosaic of the Archipelago.

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