News RSF_en News Pakistani TV anchor censored after denouncing violence against journalists April 17, 2008 – Updated on January 20, 2016 Open letter to Prime Minister Gillani urging 10 steps to improve press freedom Organisation News Follow the news on Pakistan Help by sharing this information News January 28, 2021 Find out more Reporters Without Borders sent an open letter yesterday to Prime Minister Yousaf Raza Gillani hailing a bill introduced by his government in the national assembly to repeal repressive amendments to a 2002 broadcast media law that were decreed by President Pervez Musharraf on 3 November 2007.”This is a victory for the editorial freedom of the TV and radio stations that were the target of many sanctions and attacks by the previous government,” the organisation wrote.Among the draconian amendments to the PEMRA 2002 broadcast media law that would be repealed by the new bill, introduced by information minister Sherry Rehman on 11 April, is a provision for sentences of up to three years in prison for journalists who defame or make fun of the president.Reminding the new prime minister that he holds a masters in journalism and that his government has voiced support for press freedom, the letter proposes the following 10-point plan for achieving a lasting improvement in the situation of press freedom.1. Repeal the RPPO 2002 ordinances restricting the editorial freedom of the print media which were also adopted last November.2. Reform the operational methods of the Pakistan Electronic Media Regulatory Authority (PEMRA), which is currently run by former police officers. The PEMRA must grant terrestrial broadcast licences to independent TV stations, guarantee the editorial independence of TV and radio stations and stop harassing cable TV operators.3. Release imprisoned journalists Rehmat Shah Afridi, the former editor of the Frontier Post newspaper, and Munir Mengal, one of the initiators of the Baloch Voice TV station. Two other journalists from Balochistan are missing and the reasons for their abduction are unknown. It is important to locate them and ensure that their rights as citizens are respected.4. Introduce training for the police, army and the intelligence agencies (including the ISI) on the importance of the work of the media, in order to avoid further violence against journalists, especially during demonstrations. At least 30 journalists were seriously injured in 2007 and more that 120 were arrested.5. Award financial compensation to journalists who have been arbitrarily detained, beaten or otherwise harassed by the security forces and to the families of those who were killed in 2007 and early 2008.6. Provide for the protection of news media that are threatened by terrorist groups.7. Withdraw all the unjustified complaints and lawsuits brought by the police and government against dozens of journalists and free speech activists in recent years.8. Combat impunity by creating a Task Force to investigate the murders of journalists that have taken place in recent years. Six journalists were killed in 2007 without any of these murders being solved. Pakistan has become the most dangerous country for journalists in Asia.9. Release the report of the investigation into the kidnapping and murder of Tribal Areas journalist Hayatullah Khan in 2006.10. Turn state-owned PTV into an independent public television service. Monitoring of PTV’s broadcasts by Reporters Without Borders during the elections showed a clear bias in favour of the ruling party.”Both the repressive policies of the previous governments and terrorist actions have resulted in a very disturbing deterioration in the situation of press freedom,” the letter says. “Pakistan was ranked 152nd out of 169 countries in the 2007 world press freedom index compiled by Reporters Without Borders.”The letter concludes: “We are aware that the task you face is enormous, but we hope that your convictions will lead you to make it a priority to strengthen press freedom. Our organisation also hopes that you will give your personal attention to these matters and that you will encourage your government to consolidate a climate in which journalists can work freely and without fear.” to go further Receive email alerts PakistanAsia – Pacific June 2, 2021 Find out more April 21, 2021 Find out more Pakistani supreme court acquits main suspect in Daniel Pearl murder Pakistani journalist critical of the military wounded by gunfire PakistanAsia – Pacific
… Jaguars unchanged for sixth round clashGUYANA Jaguars manager/assistant coach Rayon Griffith, says there is no room for complacency heading into tomorrow’s sixth round of Cricket West Indies (CWI) Professional Cricket League (PCL) Four-day game against the Windward Islands Volcanoes at the Guyana National Stadium, Providence.The Jaguars crushed Barbados Pride by eight wickets last Sunday.The result gave the Jaguars their fourth victory of the season and they have now extended their lead at the top of the table, moving to 86.4 points, having gained 21.6 from the match.Speaking with Chronicle Sport yesterday, Griffith indicated that the hosts will play tough cricket, with the aim to garner maximum points.“Definitely there is no room for complacency. We will come hard at them (Windward Islands Volcanoes); we will play tough cricket as usual, with the aim to get maximum points,” Griffith, the former national fast bowler pointed out.He added, “We will be looking again to exploit the home conditions to our advantage, something we have done really well in the past. Having said that, I want the guys to remain focused, since the inclement weather could be a major factor”.Meanwhile, the Jaguars have named an unchanged 13-man squad for the key sixth round clash.Guyana Jaguars squad reads: Leon Johnson (captain), Tagenarine Chanderpaul, Chandrapaul Hemraj, Shivnarine Chanderpaul, Vishaul Singh, Anthony Bramble, Keemo Paul, Akshaya Persaud, Sherfane Rutherford, Romario Shepherd, Veerasammy Permaul, Gudakesh Motie and Keon Joseph.
Share on: WhatsApp Mohamed Elneny had given Egypt the leadCairo, Egypt | AFP | The Egyptian president and newspapers applauded the “dignity” of the national football team on Monday, calling them champions despite agonisingly losing the Africa Cup of Nations final 2-1 to Cameroon.Arsenal midfielder Mohamed Elneny gave Egypt the lead midway through the first half on Sunday and they looked to be on course to win an unrivalled eighth Cup of Nations crown in their first appearance at the tournament since 2010.But Cameroon hit back and Vincent Aboubakar came off the bench to score a stunning winner with two minutes left to break Egyptian hearts.“We have lost with dignity” read the headline of the privately owned Al-Shorouk newspaper.“The Pharaohs have lost 2-1 in the finals after a dignified performance,” said the state-owned Al-Akhbar newspaper.The private Al-Watan newspaper chimed: “The cup was lost but we won the national team.”“You have honoured us, champions… We’ll meet at the World Cup,” the privately owned Al-Masry Al-Youm newspaper added.President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi expressed his “great appreciation” to the players on their “dignified performance” in Gabon.“Despite the result of the game the national team has won the appreciation of the entire Egyptian people and the respect of all football fans around the world,” Sisi said in a statement. On Monday afternoon Sisi went to the airport to personally welcome back the players, shaking hands with them one by one, according to footage broadcast on state television.Sunday’s narrow defeat was a disappointing ending for thousands of fanatical Egyptians gathered in front of massive screens in the 6 October suburb in western Cairo, as they did all over the country, blowing Vuvuzelas and waving Egyptian flags.The Vuvuzela horns fell silent at the final whistle.“I’m in shock,” said 30-year-old engineer Ayman Abou el-Nour, who was watching the game with his wife and two children.“We needed something to bring us happiness. Our problem now is that we don’t have anything to make us happy.”Egyptians, grappling with skyrocketing prices and political turmoil, hope next year’s World Cup will offer some more respite.“We have lost the cup but we still have a chance to reach the World Cup. That is the big dream,” said 20-year-old student Ahmed Alaa.
The champions went home with a glittering trophy and a cash reward of Sh75,000Capital FM taking a selfie after winning the SJAK Sports Day. Photo/ ERIC BARASAThe Best Mix of Music comprised of captain, Lassie Atrash, Timothy Olobulu, Solomon Okeyo, Ashleigh Ali, Anita Nderu, Ivy Mang’eli, Ali Athman, Jeff Ooko, Kristian Malumbe,Joe Kisila, Alex Isaboke, Keysha Shagava, Ahmedin Gulu and Team Manager Duncan Kikata.-Relay-Capital FM captain Lassie Atrash on the home stretch in the relay. Photo/ERIC BARASAThe team started the tournament with the relay that comprised of the quartet of Atrash, Shagava, Okeyo and Athman where they finished second in Heat 4 before Atrash anchored his charges to fourth in the final to collect 17 points.Capital FM’s Shagava in action in the sack race. Photo/ERIC BARASAIn the sack race, Kisila anchored the team to finish runners-up with 21 points while Ashleigh and Ooko participated in egg race.In football, Capital FM, topped Pool D after seeing off Ghetto Radio 3-0 courtesy of Ooko’s brace and Malumbe’s goal, they were then handed a walkover against Kass FM.Capital FM’s Ali Athman taking on Mediamax player. Photo/Eric BarasaIn quarter finals, they edged out a stubborn Media Max 1-0 in a tense encounter where their keeper, Apopo Mujema pulled great saves but was beaten two minutes to time thanks to Okeyo’s sucker punch.In the semis, Ooko once again picked a brace while Malumbe and Okeyo found the back of the net to win 4-1 against Qwetu Radio thus advancing to the final where they blanked Royal Media 2-0 with Ooko opening the scoring from the spot before keeper Gulu netted a fantastic rout one goal.Capital FM receiving the title from KCB Corporate Communication Manager Peter Mwaura. Photo/Eric BarasaIn the last event of the day, Capital FM surprised many by picking the tug of war title with Olobulu and Kikata playing a crucial role.Capital were handed a walk over against Homeboyz Radio, they then eliminated Qwetu in the quarters before pulling down Royal Media top storm to final where they won against sponsors KCB Bank.Capital FM competing in Tug of War. Photo/ERIC BARASAThe event was organized by SJAK which was sponsored by the Kenya Commercial Bank (KCB) and Coca Cola’s Nairobi Bottlers.KCB playing as a guest team was placed second by managing 90 points as the Royal Media Services completed the last podium finish place with 89 to edge out Mediamax in fourth spot with 76 points.Capital FM celebratingSJAK president, Chris Mbaisi thanked the sponsors and the participating teams for making the event possible.“The association wanted to mark the World Sports Journalists Day in style by affording sports scribes an opportunity of interacting and bonding hence the competition,” Mbaisi said.Capital FM’s Ashleigh Ali competing in the egg race. Photo/ERIC BARASAThe World Sports Journalists Day is observed every year to appreciate the services of sports journalists in the promotion of sports.The purpose of the day is to encourage sports journalists to strive for excellence in their work and to set an example to the world – not only to the to the world of sport, but to the world at large.0Shares0000(Visited 5 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000Capital FM celebrating after being crowned SJAK Sports Day Champions. Photo/ERIC BARASANAIROBI, Kenya, Oct 13 – Capital FM ruled the Sports Journalists Association of Kenya (SJAK) Sports Day that brought together scribes from different media houses, amassing massive 93 points to be crowned the champions at the Moi International Sports Center Kasarani on Saturday.In the tournament that had five disciplines, Capital FM won football to collect maximum 25 points and shocked the rest to take the tug of war title while they were runners up in the sack race, finished fourth in the 4x100m relay won by Mediamax and were placed sixth in the egg race.
TORONTO – The Warriors have proven they can reach their fifth consecutive NBA Finals despite their best scorer remaining sidelined. Can they actually win their fourth NBA title in the past five years, though, without Kevin Durant?The Warriors are still expecting Durant to return during the Finals after missing the past five playoff games with a strained right calf. When the Warriors play the Toronto Raptors in Game 1 on Thursday, they will do so once again without a player that had averaged …
DENVER — On a warm, lively night at Coors Field, Dereck Rodríguez turned in his best start in three months and led the Giants to a narrow 2-1 win over the Colorado Rockies.Rodríguez’s reward is a trip back to Triple-A Sacramento.The Giants announced Tuesday that Rodríguez was optioned postgame to clear a spot for left-hander Andrew Suárez who will be added to the team’s bullpen.Suárez was initially scheduled to start for Triple-A Sacramento on Sunday, but he was scratched and kept fresh so …
One’s beliefs about God affect everything from criminal justice to personal hope.Unsurprisingly, if you believe that evil is real you will be more likely to support harsh punishments for evildoers. This is a “finding” by psychologists from Kansas State University, according to Science Daily.People who believe in pure evil are more likely support sentences such as life in prison without parole and the death penalty for criminals, a psychology study finds. The researchers added that it’s likely that life experience more than religion that [sic] influences a belief in pure evil. When investigating whether a religious upbringing was linked to a belief in pure evil, researchers found that people’s belief in pure evil didn’t necessitate a belief in pure good and vice versa.“Religious upbringing” is a subjective factor, since “religion” is so broad, spanning everything from liberal to conservative, Jewish, Catholic, Protestant, Muslim, cults, and the church of Satan. Nevertheless, if everyone has a conscience with an innate knowledge of good and evil, it makes sense that a belief in “pure evil” reinforced by experience from news about mass murderers would be common among all people, regardless of religious upbringing.In evolutionary terms, evil does not really exist. Society evolves with cooperators and cheaters, neither of which can be classed as morally good or bad (2/08/15), because if the cheaters grow to outnumber the cooperators, the roles reverse. Consequently, materialists and Darwinists have historically been prone to be lenient with criminals. John West documents this in his chapters on criminal justice in Darwin Day in America. In chapter 3, he recounts the case in 1924 where Clarence Darrow defended Leopold and Loeb, two wanton murderers, on the grounds that natural selection made them the way they are. This is just an introduction to numerous other cases West documents that excused crime on Darwinian grounds.The Spring of HopeWhat gives a person steadfast hope when facing death? It’s not self-esteem, but rather belief in an afterlife, psychologists from the University of Kent found. Science Daily says that four studies reinforced the conclusion that belief in an afterlife is most likely to give a person hope when thinking about death.The research was based on the premise that self-awareness among humans has been shown to create the potential for hope — or the general expectation and feeling that future desired outcomes will occur.Paradoxically however, this self-awareness, which is thought to be unique to humans, also renders them conscious of their own mortality — known as mortality salience. The psychologists found that mortality salience affected feelings of hope among people with high and low self-esteem in different ways.Researchers first established that mortality reduced personal hope for people low in self-esteem, but not for people high in self-esteem. However, afterlife beliefs helped to preserve hope, even among those with low esteem who experience hopelessness when faced with the prospect of their own mortality.As with most psychology studies, the reliability of the findings is dubious. For one, it relies on self-reporting of individuals who are complex, dynamic, and untrustworthy; e.g., some might be tempted to report their feelings differently in clinical situations, or might feel differently depending on what they ate or how much sleep they got. For another, terms like “self-esteem” are subjective and poorly constrained. For another, the psychologists lied to some of the participants:In two studies, the team tested to see if ‘immortality’ would help people with low self-esteem remain hopeful when thinking about death. In one, half the participants read a (bogus) statement indicating that scientists are convinced that there is life after death or a statement arguing that there is no life after death.In the second, the researchers required that people read either a (bogus) statement that there was an identified gene that promises greatly elongated life, or a statement arguing that no such gene has been identified.Both promises of immortality (life after death or elongated life on earth) preserved hope for people with low self-esteem when they had just thought about their own death.If the participants discovered that the researchers lied to them, and thought lying was pure evil, would they have recommended harsh punishments for the psychologists? The most interesting statement in the article is that “self-awareness” is “thought to be unique to humans.” Where did that come from, if not from the image of God?These kinds of studies are backwards. The participants should have been interviewing the psychologists and showing them up to be frauds. In the first study, a perceptive participant could have asked: “What do you mean by ‘religious upbringing’? Does that include growing up in the church of Satan or in a jihadi group? Do you yourself believe in pure evil? If not, why not? If you don’t believe in evil, do you believe in pure good? Do those things evolve, or are they real? If you deny the existence of absolute morality, why should I trust that you are trying to do any good right now in performing this interview? You need to get your heart right before trying to call this a scientific research project. Go read the Bible and learn something about morality before asking me anything about it.”For the second study, the participant should have responded, “What do you mean by afterlife? Are you including suicide bombing to get 70 virgins in some kind of Muslim heaven? Are you including Nirvana, a senseless, impersonal nothingness? Are you talking about reincarnation? Do you, sir or madam, believe in an afterlife where you retain your identity, and where good and evil are rewarded and punished? If not, why are you trying to do a scientific experiment? If all your efforts end at death, what’s the point? Go read the Bible and learn something about immortality before trying to tell me whether it’s useful in providing hope.”(Visited 14 times, 1 visits today)FacebookTwitterPinterestSave分享0
“They rode themselves out of their skins to make sure that they can help me as much as they can.” South African cycling star Robert Hunter, riding for the South African National Team, claimed an impressive victory in the inaugural Mzansi Tour, which finished at Montecasino in Johannesburg on Sunday. Stage Five Results Fedgroup-Itec claimed the Team Classification, with La Pomme Marseille in second and Team Nippo-De Rosa in third. “I feel really good. I’m happy to have won this tour because it’s been a great week of racing and I’m happy with how it has turned out,” Hunter told the South African Press Association (Sapa) after securing the title. WinnersApart from his victory in the general classification, Hunter also won the points’ classification and the best African rider’s title. Would you like to use this article in your publication or on your website? See: Using SAinfo material General Classification Hunter kept up the pressure throughout and ultimately finished the race five minutes and 56 seconds ahead of second-placed Julien Antomarchi. His win in the general classification was built upon a superb solo effort in the second stage – at 189 kilometres, the longest of the race – which left him almost six minutes clear of the second placed rider. 22 April 2013 Third stageThe weekend began well for Team Nippo-De Rosa’s Mauro Richeze, who claimed the 149 kilometre third stage win from Witbank to Mamelodi on Friday, after a sprint finish. “I’m really proud with how my South African team has performed after we came here as the underdogs. It was a tightly contested stage, with only 20 seconds separating the first 55 riders. He crossed the finishing line in three hours, 19 minutes and 51 seconds, edging out Germany’s Lucas Liss of Rad-Net Rose and South African track ace Nolan Hoffman of Tasol-GT for the honours. Fourth stageOn Saturday, the fourth stage covered 145 kilometres from Hartbeespoort to the Union Buildings. At least it was supposed to do so, but a late route change was necessary after the Tshwane Metro Police failed to provide sufficient support for the route through Pretoria; Tanya Harford, one of the directors of Echelon Events, said the Police had not honoured a contract they had signed. Argentina’s Richeze rose to the occasion once again, sneaking ahead of Hunter right on the line to take the stage win in four hours, two minutes and 43 seconds, while Nolan Hoffman placed third. Antomarchi was the only man apart from Hunter to wear the leader’s yellow jersey in the race, after edging out the South African ace for victory on the first stage. 1. Robert Hunter (SA National Team) 19:42:312. Julien Antomarchi (La Pomme Marseille) +5:563. Fortunato Baliani (Nippo-De Rosa) +6:024. Ian McLeod (FedGroup Itec) +6:055. Paul van Zweel (EuropcarSA) +6:116. David Maree (Tasol-GT) +8:007. Neil MacDonald (FedGroup Itec) +8:498. Dylan Girdlestone (Westvaal BMC) +13:079. Antoine Lavieu (La Pomme Marseille) +13:5510. James Perry (Tasol-GT) + 16:08 Hunter, meanwhile, played it safe and kept his lead in the general classification steady at five minutes and 50 seconds over Antomarchi. Tasol-GT’s David Maree was crowned the King of the Mountains, while JC Nel of the MTN Qhubeka Feeder team finished as the Best Young Rider. 1. Dylan Girdlestone (Westvaal BMC) 2:53:38 2. Hichen Chaabane (Velo Club Sovac) +0:04 3. Waylon Woolcock (Bonitas) +0:134. Estifanos Kebede (MTN Qhubeka Feeder) +0:185. Robert Hunter (SA National Team) +0:206. Mauro Rocheze (Nippo-De Rosa) same time7. Herman Fouche (Bonitas) st8. David Maree (Tasol-GT) st9. Theo Reinhardt (Rad-Net Rose) st10. Fortunato Baliani (Nippo-De Rosa) st “I feel amazing. It’s my biggest career win,” Girdlestone said after the race. Final stageWestvaal-BMC’s Dylan Girdlestone captured the 123-kilometre final stage, which started and ended at Montecasino. Hichen Chaabane of VCS took second place, four seconds off the pace, with Waylon Woolcock of Team Bonitas coming home in third, a further nine seconds back. Yellow jersey
Sony joins a number of music streaming services today with its launch of “Music Unlimited powered by Qriocity.” The service has been available in parts of Europe since last year, and arrives in the U.S., Australia, and New Zealand today.Membership will start at $3.99 a month, with a $9.99 per month subscription that will give you on-demand access to the Music Unlimited catalog and with the ability to suggest music you might like based on the songs you already own or listen to. The service boasts more than 6 million songs, giving Sony Music Entertainment and its partners in the endeavor – Universal Music Group, EMI Music and Warner Music Group Corp – the ability to sell directly to customers.The streaming service is currently only compatible on Sony-specific devices like the PS3, Blu-ray players, Sony Bravia TVs, and VAIO laptops. There are plans, says Sony, to offer it on mobile devices later this year.Streaming Subscription Service (But Not for iOS)These features of the new service all point to the current landscape of the music business – the increasing popularity of subscription services (such as MOG, Rhaposdy, and Rdio), for example, and the continuing struggles of the record industry to adapt to (declining) digital music sales. But the launch of Music Unlimited also comes on the heels of Apple’s announcement this week of its new subscription service, and the news that Apple would start to charge a 30% commission for purchases made within an iOS app. The news comes as Apple tries to gain more control over content bought and sold via apps on its platform, something that made Sony’s proposed Reader app run afoul of the new rules and fail to be accepted into the store.There were rumors earlier this week that Sony was planning on removing its music from iTunes in response to Apple, although Sony Network Entertainment COO Brandon insists that’s not the case. Nonetheless, it’s also noteworthy that Sony’s new service isn’t available on mobile devices – interesting since streaming-on-the-go is part of the benefits of streaming your music. 12 Unique Gifts for the Hard-to-Shop-for People… audrey watters 4 Keys to a Kid-Safe App 5 Outdoor Activities for Beating Office Burnout Tags:#music#NYT#web Related Posts 9 Books That Make Perfect Gifts for Industry Ex…
Catriona Gray spends Thanksgiving by preparing meals for people with illnesses LATEST STORIES MOST READ “But we are happy with bronze, hopefully tomorrow we will win gold in mixed,” said the 30-year-old Dela Cruz.The top scorer in individual and team events will automatically be entered in Friday’s mixed compound.The women’s compound team of Amaya Paz-Cojuangco, Abbigail Tindugan and Jennifer Chan dropped in the eliminations against Thailand, 222-215. Starting off hot with a 236-214 win over Myanmar in the eliminations, the Filipinos all of a sudden went cold in the semifinals, turning in 227 points against Singapore’s 233.READ: Dela Cruz gives PH a bronze medal in archeryFEATURED STORIESSPORTSWATCH: Drones light up sky in final leg of SEA Games torch runSPORTSSEA Games: Philippines picks up 1st win in men’s water poloSPORTSMalditas save PH from shutout“That happens, when suddenly the opponent shoots very well,” said Dela Cruz who on Wednesday won bronze in individual category.But Yap rued the fact that the Philippines’ 236 showing in eliminations — the highest score of the day — suddenly turned sour in the semis. PH Archery Team gets second bronze medal in the SEA Games. Photo by Marc ReyesKUALA LUMPUR — The Philippine men’s archery team bucked a heartbreaking defeat in the semifinals to salvage a bronze medal Thursday in the 29th Southeast Asian Games at Synthetic Turf Field in KL Sports City here.The trio of Earl Benjamin Yap, Joseph Benjamin Vicencio and Paul Marton Dela Cruz destroyed Vietnam, 233-230, in the bronze medal match to clinch the country’s second bronze in compound events.ADVERTISEMENT Brace for potentially devastating typhoon approaching PH – NDRRMC Trending Articles PLAY LIST 00:50Trending Articles01:35Panelo suggests discounted SEA Games tickets for students02:49World-class track facilities installed at NCC for SEA Games03:07PH billiards team upbeat about gold medal chances in SEA Games05:25PH boxing team determined to deliver gold medals for PH03:04Filipino athletes share their expectations for 2019 SEA Games00:45Onyok Velasco see bright future for PH boxing in Olympics02:25PH women’s volleyball team motivated to deliver in front of hometown crowd01:27Filipino athletes get grand send-off ahead of SEA Games SEA Games in Calabarzon safe, secure – Solcom chief U12 Kaya FC advances to last 32 in Gothia Cup Read Next View comments Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. UPLB exempted from SEA Games class suspension WATCH: Streetboys show off slick dance moves in Vhong Navarro’s wedding “That (PH semis score) was the lowest score for us even in practice,” said Yap who owns the Benel Archery Club in Mandaluyong.Still, the team managed to cut its losses and destroyed the Vienamese after coming perfect in the final two ends.Vietnamese were even led by last SEAG’s gold winner Nguyen Tien Cuong but just could not find their range.“I didn’t expect they (Vietnamese) would shot like that in the bronze medal match,” said Yap.READ: Seeking more golds, Cojuangco balances archery and familyADVERTISEMENT Flags of SEA Games countries raised at Athletes Village Man sworn in as lawyer by judge who sentenced him to prison as a teen 20 years ago LOOK: Venues for 2019 SEA Games