Celebration of Order at TEDxJakarta 12: Niyata

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Join me to celebrate unbelievable order at the most awaited event in our city, TEDxJakarta 12: Niyata! TEDxJakarta finally host their 12th event in Saturday, June 10th, 2017 at Jakarta Art Building.

“Niyata in Sanskrit is the root of nyata in Bahasa Indonesia, carries the meaning of being real, distinct, or true. TEDxJakarta 12: Niyata evolves around the celebration of order, abides to the notion that even nature most often works in alluring patterns, precipitated by the sum of many tiny-yet-meaningful and methodical inflections.”

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Celebration of Order at TEDx Jakarta 12 sessions:
Firly Savitri- Science Egalitarian

80% public school in Indonesia don’t have science lab. Firly has strong passion to instill the love of science through affordable science experiment which can inspire Indonesian students to love science. Therefore, Firly and Ilmuwan Muda Indonesia initiate a mobile Laboratory project which can be easily accessed by children. With this box, students can do 100 affordable and simple science experiment. ‘Tidak Apa-Apa‘ [It’s okay] has been used as a jargon in Lab in a Box training to promote confidence and courage for children to explore and experiment. Explore more here : http://ilmuwanmuda.id/lab-in-the-box/

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Bunda Iffet – Mother of Rock Overlords

Bunda Iffet, amazing mother and manager of Indonesian famous music band, Slank who consistently support Slank in their music journey in Indonesia. Bunda Iffet is a role model of persistent mother who has never gave up to support her children dreams and keep them walking in the right path. Screen Shot 2017-06-12 at 11.32.01 AM

Faye Simanjutak – Rumah Faye Founder 

Inspired by her short visit at orphanage, Faye decided to fight for children social justice. “Child labor and prostitution is real in Jakarta, Indonesia.” said Faye.  She do believe kids’ right need to be protected. This young speaker collaborate with many volunteers to fight child trafficking through prevention, rescue, and rehabilitation action at her amazing NGO, Rumah Faye.

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Anindya Krisna – Ballet and Pedagoue
“Ballet is like dreaming on your feet.” Anindya started her learning journey in ballet in 14 years old. 20 years later, she keep practicing and dancing. To be a professional ballerina, it takes 8-10 years of consistent practice since it requires you to be fluent in doing a lot of movement in ballet. There is indeed true beauty in unbelievable order like ballet!

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Dian Ara – Jane of All Trade, Game Designer
Started her career as a freelance, Dian believes in four levels of her life journey as a gamer [ So far, she is one of the funniest speaker! ]
  • Level 1: Observe and listen which allow us to know yourself  and your enemy
  • Level 2: Weapons. This phase challenge us to get out of comfort zone to be creative person.
  • Level 3: Multiplayer. This phase allow us to share and care as she believe the most important invesment is people.
  • Level 4:  Obstacles. This phase challenge you to grow your heart out. If you don’t grow, you wont sustain.

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Mirza Kusrini – Amphibians Researcher
As a lecturer in the Department of Forest Resources Conservation & Ecotourism at Bogor Agricultural University, Indonesia, Dr. Mirza Kusrini believes we need to conserve amphibians such as frog since our country is the biggest exporter of frog thighs.  If we want to conserve frog, we need to ensure their existence in our country. Therefore, she advocate amphibians conservation through collaborative project that encourage people to maintain biodiversity and ecology of amphibians identification.

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Intan Suci Nurhati – Coral Oracle

Intan reminded us about the importance of taking care corals, which are in fact animals. The branch that we often call “a coral” is actually made up of thousands of tiny animals called polyps.  As the largest archipelagic country in the world, Indonesia is one of Coral Triangle countries with the world’s greatest diversity of coral reef fish. Also, Coral can be a helpful tools for us to study our past as they can provide natural archive about our environment.

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Adi Utarini – Eliminate Dengue Indonesia Researcher

Since 2014, Eliminate Dengue Indonesia has began released  Wolbachia  in communities around Yogyakarta to reduce the transmission of dengue between people. Wolbachia is a bacteri  that reduce the ability of mosquitoes to transmit harmful human viruses. With the widespread support from communities, governments and regulators, Ibu Adi and her team will be working to make this approach more affordable and effective for use in at-risk communities around the world.

Check more information about her project here : http://www.eliminatedengue.com/id

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The Exhibition of Order

As always, there are also unique booth which enable you to explore the beauty of Order:

  1. BeritaTagar.id: The first Indonesian news portal that utilize technology to collect and analyze various content for news. I’m impressed with the way they design Indonesian language infographic & data analysis like the picture below. How cool is that? You should open this website to access amazing resourceful local information via  https://beritagar.id/ !Screen Shot 2017-06-12 at 4.13.51 PMScreen Shot 2017-06-12 at 4.13.40 PM
  2. Data Science Indonesia:  Data Science Indonesia was established in May 2015 to champion data-driven technology in the spirit of public-private partnership as well as to engage both technical and non-technical audience to practice the culture. They collaborate with people through many events that may attract you to learn about data! You definitely would love to join this community !IMG_9213
  3. Lab in BoxAs I mentioned before, Lab in Box want to bring affordable lab to many schools in Indonesia. These are some samples of their experiments which definitely will spark the excitement of learning in student !IMG_9216
  4. Rumah Faye: As part of their creative campaign #StopChildProstitution, Rumah Faye conduct “See the Unseen” Photo Contest for your students to join! IMG_9160
  5. TEDx Jakarta Speaker’s Research Booth:  I am impressed to see how these TEDxJakarta speakers campaign the preservation of coral, amphibian, and dengue elimination. There are lots of resources you can grab to learn how you can make a difference in your country! 

     

Team of Order

TEDxJakarta 12: Niyata has successfully celebrate order, pattern, and reality through inspiring people to explore their passion and ideas to challenge the status quo and make distinct and real contribution to our country.

Through this blog post, I would like to extend my highest appreciation of TEDxJakarta speakers, volunteers, and sponsors who has done incredible efforts in making this event! Excellent job TEDx Jakarta 12: Niyata team!

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I am hoping to see my TED Ed Facilitators, Clubbers & TED Ed Innovative Educators would spread this contagious spirit to students around the world. Let’s celebrate the beauty of order by making distinct and real contribution together!

TED Ed Club & TED Ed Innovative Educator

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For those of you who are interested to start your TED Ed Club at schools and universities, you can access this link: How I started TED Ed Club in Indonesia

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Are  you a passionate educator? Register yourself at TED Ed Innovative Educator! Read my experience here: My Journey  to be TED Ed Innovative Educator

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TED-Ed – TED Innovative Educator presentations, November 13, 2015, New York, NY. Photo: Dian Lofton/TED

Looking forward to join the next TEDxJakarta event for sometime this year (probably)!

Photo Courtesy of @TEDxJakarta

 

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