An ordinary high school student from Jakarta with extraordinary mind.
Passionate of Piano & Photography, Learning jazz with a touch of traditional Indonesian music.
Proudly member of PALABSKY (High School Adventuring Club) and LAMURU (Trash percussion community).
On his way to make a destiny out of dreams:
1) Young independent pianist and freelance photojournalist, travelling to document and interact with people and nature all around the globe
2) After a life-making experience of travelling, becoming a mature social entrepreneur on how to cultivate economical and moral impact of traditional cultures, blending with modernity on the societies of developing countries especially Indonesia.
For a reason....
To leave an impact of his life in history that will improve the life of many
Piano, Jazz, Ethnic Indonesian music, Photography, Short movies, Travelling, Backpacking, Mountaineering, Diving, Soccer, Street food (hawkers!), Economics, generating ideas for a better Indonesia
People agree, that when you give yourself out with all your own best self, the world will be a better one. But it is such an idealistic dialogue that could be easily broken down by any of today's world's problems.
But the idea of 'becoming the best of ourselves' to present the world a different and better ideas and point of views of the world itself is never wrong. In fact in macro scale, it could make a huge impact
In macro scale, I mean nations, states, countries, ethnic entities.
And how would that be possible with each nation or state having such a diverse background of people?
Unite them under a banner that each person can identify themselves with; Culture.
Generally speaking, The economic boom of South Korea & Japan are perhaps the best example of how when a state cultivate a culture it can bring a huge success.
But again, it is still driven by capital, by market
The question - how could it be, driven by and for the people.
Cultural diversity of Indonesia & the developing countries, Jakarta Urban jazz music, social phenomenon of youth life in Indonesian urban cities (esp. Jakarta)
1) Dreaming. Yeah, dreaming big about Indonesia.
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