Agita Wijaya is an ambitious, enthusiastic, self-driven International Affairs specialist undergraduate in University of Toronto. She was born in Indonesia and moved to Canada to enhance her chance of reaching her life-long dream; to travel the world. She is passionate about languages, cultures, jazz, performing arts, and outdoor activities. She believes that people are good at heart and that religions should not be barriers to connect and reach out to help others in the world. She is an idealist, perfectionist, and she believes she's a perfect cut to work in UNDP one day.
Event organizing, fashion and design, interior designs, travelling, writing, photography, dancing, reading, running.
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learning new languages, planning events, analyzing problems, convince people to do something, baking, dancing.
I was first introduced to TED last year during my usual Rotaract Club meeting at my university. We are having a TEDx Talk event and our university is hosting the event. Being a member and a social media coordinator of TEDx Talk, I began to watch TED Talks religiously so that I can promote the event to public members. I fell in love with Sherry Turkle's Talk which titled "Connected, but Alone?" among many many other Talks such as Larry Smith's "Why you will fail to have a great career" and Natalie Warne's "Anonymous Extraordinaire". Then I realized I could get involved by using my bilingualism to good use so that people in Indonesia, my homecountry, can also be inspired and intrigued by TED talks as what it has done to me.
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