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Tempo News: Tempo Institute Volunteers Hold Gathering Event  
Tempo Institute volunteers held `Nongkrong Bareng Tempo` (Chit-Chat With Tempo) event, on Saturday, February 10, 2018. TEMPO
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Tempo News: Tempo Institute Volunteers Hold Gathering Event  

TEMPO.CO, Jakarta - Tempo Institute volunteers held ‘Nongkrong Bareng Tempo’ (Chit-Chat With Tempo) event, on Saturday, February 10. Three young people became interviewees in the event themed ‘Pergi Untuk Kembali’ (Went Away for Coming Back). Their life are already settled overseas but choose to go home to devote to their country Indonesia.

The people are: Saphira Amethysta (UX Designer at Tokopedia and alumni of Chiba University, Japan), Priska Sufhana (Expert in Acting Illegal Fishing at the Ministry of Marine Affairs and Fisheries, alumni of Michigan University, USA), and Yulida Nuraini (CIRIS Researcher and alumni of College University, London).

Yulida Nuraini said the reason to return and work in Indonesia is to give something to her country in return for giving her the opportunity to continue her education abroad, “Take and give, what is given to us, we are responsible to give something to what has been given,” she said.

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Randi, a participant, appreciated the event. He said that it can inspire young people who will continue their study abroad. And it can strengthen young people to give social impact to their respective regions.

Alviani Khairani, one of the students of Vocational High School (SMK) in Jakarta, active in the literacy organization and has a dream to continue her study abroad also commented about the event. “Good and inspirational for young people,” she said.

The Tempo Institute's Executive Director, Mardiyah Chamim, said Tempo Institute has a volunteer movement where young people share knowledge, expertise, and energy. “They are the ones who volunteer to help our program, so it is called Tempo Institute Volunteer,” said Mardiyah.



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