JAKARTA, Indonesia – “We are all connected,” Rappler CEO Maria Ressa told Binus University students in Jakarta on Tuesday, March 17. “If you come together, you can push change bottom up.”
On Wednesday, Rappler Indonesia continued the discussions on how Indonesia’s youth can create this change through the use of social media at Binus University International. (HIGHLIGHTS: Rappler Indonesia at Binus University)
The statistics speak for themselves: Jakarta is the world’s number one Twitter city. One fourth of the population of Indonesia is on Facebook. Indonesia is a social media country.
How can Indonesia’s youth better use social media to effect change? To harness it for social good? To create an Indonesia that is strong, prosperous, and keren (cool)?
We discussed this and more at Binus University International with Maria Ressa, former Indonesia Press Council member and ANTV chief editor Uni Lubis, and Rappler multimedia reporter Ayee Macaraig.
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Source : http://www.rappler.com/world/regions/asia-pacific/indonesia/87124-binus-international-id-keren
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