Kartika Dewi

The most influential people in my life are my mentors; My Mother and My Teachers… They are a guiding light. They help me navigate the complexities of the world and providing invaluable advice and support during times of disruption.

Their wisdom and encouragement have helped me become resilient and adapt to the ever-changing circumstances. They’ve taught me the importance of perseverance, empathy, and continuous learning. This has shaped not only my professional journey but also my personal growth. Their impact on my life has been profound, and I’m grateful for their presence as a constant source of inspiration and guidance.

To start, living in Taiwan was certainly not as easy as imagined, especially for a newcomer like me.

I want to change people’s views here by showing my abilities and skills.

I really like arts and culture so that’s why I started doing a lot of social activities that promote Indonesian culture.

Starting with introducing Angklung music at the Taipei Fine Art Museum, and then introducing Angklung in elementary schools, to various cultural activities in Taipei, Taichung, and Tainan.

I also introduced Batik, starting with the Batik Festival exhibition at the National Taiwan Museum Nanmen Branch in 2017. This became an annual Batik Festival.

It doesn’t feel like I’ve lived in Taipei for 30 years and I really enjoy all the beauty and togetherness with the people here… Giving something back to society makes us appreciate each other.

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