Tzu Chi Center, PIK, December 6, 2014
Now, are endings mostly frightening? Well, our answer is no. The end of a night means the beginning of a new morning. The end of school years means there are real-life opportunities to explore. The end of a story means we get to write a new one. This is why we embrace endings with much anticipation of another starting point.
We have a new President in the end of a decade-long administration. We have a new set of TEDxJakarta squad ready to end quite a hiatus. We have a powerful lineup that will get us asking, “why have we been looking at an end as a period, and not a comma?”.
We, have New Endings.
From a person who sees a life in a pile of forms and structures that we deem as old and dead, to somebody who turns the end of a lifecycle into a system that prolongs the lives of many; they are going to tell us why endings are definitely not the end.
Speakers and talks
- Andrian Ishak » Beyond Plate
- Angki Purbandono » How Prison Liberates My Art
- Nadine Zamira » Breathing Life Into Dead Parks
- Peter Carey » Diponegoro: The Untold Story of Java Colonial War
- Pinot and Neverland Family » Imagination Beyond Limitation
- Rahung Nasution » The Food Tale
- Ronny Gani » Living Animation
- Sidrotun Naim » The Science of Shrimp
- Yeni Dewi Mulyaningsih » The Power of Being There