|colleague and friend||同僚と友人|
|friend and colleague||友人と同僚|
The New York Times
· How to Navigate Your Community Reopening? Remember the Four C’s →
But young, healthy adults and children should also consider the protection of people around them, including family members, colleagues or friends who are vulnerable because of chronic disease or other life circumstances, Dr. Taylor said.
The China Post
· Prosecutors seek right mix of charges in George Floyd case →
Thao, though, was standing several feet away, sometimes with his back turned to his colleagues.
· Pandemic pause opens window to a more contemplative world →
The last words a dear friend and colleague offered me as she lay dying in a hospital bed were a maxim that has taken on ever more significance in the years since passed: “Don’t forget to stop and smell the roses.”
The Wall Street Journal
· The Shift to Remote Work Could Be a Big Swing and a Miss →
A survey published in April from economist Erik Brynjolfsson and colleagues showed nearly 50% of the U.S. workforce had gone remote as a result of the coronavirus.
· Why so defensive? The Australian ego is fragile on the question of racism →
Recently my colleague Ella Archibald-Binge wrote about an effective funding cut to the peak body for Aboriginal child protection in NSW, where Aboriginal kids comprise 40 per cent of young people in out-of-home care.
· New trailers: Lovecraft Country, Perry Mason, Jedi Temple Challenge, and more →
My colleague Sam Byford wrote a starter’s guide to Ghibli films if you’re just diving in.
· Tommy Robinson released on bail following arrest on suspicion of assault →
Leeds Green Watch firefighters observe a minute's silence outside the fire station in Kirkstall Rd, in memory their colleagues that lost their lives in the line of duty
· Punjab: CM Amarinder Singh mulls to rope in Prashant Kishor for Congress campaign in 2022 polls →
He said though he had initially termed the 2017 polls as his last election, he had subsequently, on the persuasion of his party colleagues, announced his decision to contest the 2022 elections, and there was no change in that stance.
· Malaysian football legend Namat Abdullah touched by contribution from Perak govt →
Namat, 74, who has been using a wheelchair since suffering a stroke in 2015, was also visited by several of his former colleagues such as Datuk Soh Chin An, Datuk Ramli Mahmud, Datuk Abdah Alif and Yunus Alif, who spent some time 45 minutes with him.
· Frontline health worker couple host makeshift wedding ceremony in hospital after being forced to postpone due to coronavirus →
“Her work colleagues had put up pictures of us around and we ate the same food we would have on the wedding day.”