TED Ed Club Goes to TEDx Jakarta (TED Ed Club Story Part 5)

My TED Ed Club goes to TEDx Jakarta at Tsu Chi International School, Pantai Indah Kapuk! In this blog post, I will share the ‘nuggets’ of the ideas worth spreading at TEDx Jakarta here!


TEDx Jakarta used randomization system to select their participants. There were two batches registration. I got accepted since the 1st batch, however my students didn’t.  After failing in the second batch, we tried to contact TEDx Jakarta and let them know that we came form TED Ed Club. Surprisingly, TEDx Jakarta replied our email and they gave us 3 tickets for our club as  community representations. Thanks to TEDx Jakarta!

So, here we are at TEDx Jakarta.

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TEDxJakarta 10th: New Endings

Speakers & Sessions

It was the whole new experiences. Love the excitement. Love the atmosphere.

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TEDx Jakarta presentation began with @NayNadine from @hiddenpark inspired us to learn city parks reviving.

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The second speaker, Angki Purbandoro, a visual artist share how his time in prison teach reflection and inspiration. He also inspired us that he’d love to be a rubber, elastic and remind stightly.

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Third speaker: Rahung Nasution is sharing about the richness of Indonesian culinary which make me stunned Indonesian food is more diversed that you can imagine.

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After the third speaker, we watched TEDx video: Learning Chinese with 8 characters. This video blew me away with the spirit of learning Chinese using this method!


Fourth Speaker : Chef @andrianishak was sharing about his passion in experimenting with Indonesian food. He inspired us  creative usage of liquid nitrogen. In the picture,  Andrian Ishak is demonstrating molecular gastronomy using liquid nitrogen.

Saya yakin dengan passion saya bisa membuat makanan yang enak.  Makanan itu selain harus sehat, mengenyangkan tapi harus memorable. -Andrian Ishak, Namaaz Dining- 💛 #tedxjkt #tedxjakarta #newendings #jktgo #acarajkt #inspiration #namaazdining #moleculargastronomy #saturday #passion #loveyourlife #alleyesonhim #liveauthentic #ighype


Fifth Speaker: Ibu Sidrotun Naim, the shrimp physician, PhD from Harvard University shared her research on shrimp disease that help understand  the importance of shrimp for our national economy.

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Sixth Speaker: Taufan community  showed how love at @KomunitasTaufan conquers desperation and give new hope to many children.

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Seventh Speaker: Inspiring musician Andy Wirianto showed 4s in life: Sacrifice, Struggle, Survive, Success through his unique personality.

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After the amazing speakers in the second session, we watch the power of Bionic to maximize  human life.

Then, the committee also invited me to come up to the stage to introduce TED Ed Club Jakarta! What a privilege!

At that moment, I shared what TED Ed Club is and how we can open TED Ed Club in our school. If you want to sign up as TED Ed facilitator, you can click here ed.ted.com. Please feel free to explore my adventurous TED Ed Club story here:

1.  Passion & Ideas

2. Organizing Ideas

3. Design Your Presentation

4. Student Voice Amplified


The eight speaker is my favorite speaker! They are simple happy family who never give up to use limitation as a canvas of creativity. Yes, It’s Pinot family! They shared the power of magicality through animation they made.  They even were creating a vine post while presenting. I love how this family collaborate to show the world how simplicity can make a difference.

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The ninth speaker, Peter Carey share his amazing passion to learn unique character in Indonesian History: Pangeran Diponegoro. Spending 30 years to learn Pangeran Diponegoro is really long  journey!

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Then, we watch another inspiring TEDx Video about real life story of a lady who fight democracy using internet.

“Democratic in Internet era”


Our final speaker, Ronny Gani (CG Animator) explained the importance of detail in animation. What surprised me is if you want to become animator, you need to observe many things from human and object movement in detail. He really inspired me the meaning of detail in doing your passion.

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It’s a wrap! All TEDx Jakarta Speakers & Volunteers! It’s a total privilege to learn with all of them!

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This is recap of the event! Enjoy!

I am amazed at how TEDx Jakarta committee make all this ideas worth spreading! Thank you for your super hard work, TEDx Jakarta committee!

See you at next TEDx Jakarta in 2015!


Almost all of the pictures I took from TEDx Jakarta event site. Click here to get complete pictures & tweets.

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