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  1. Can you please make videos about these, AB?

    Japaneses’ thought on Demon Slayer Kimetsu no Yaiba

    Japaneses/Koreans’ thought on a proposal to build a tunnel from Busan to Fukuoka

    Indonesians’ thought on terrorists who killed Christians in Sulawesi

    Taiwaneses’ thought on UN

    Indonesians/Koreans’ reaction on a Korean company that destroy Papuan jungles

    Germans’ opinion on Thai king in Germany

    How do Christians celebrate X-Mas in Asian countries such as Indonesia, Phillipines, Korea, China, Japan, India, etc

  2. This is so inspirational! I remember watching a movie about her and got inspired by the quote: “I’m not the strongest nor the smartest, but I’m the most persistent.”

  3. alright obviously I don’t know about the exact conditions but.. Her family paid for the flight to SG.. she had to borrow money for tuition and her room? And yet she only had 28$ USD per month to eat? It sounds weird, comparing to all the other cost of living and studying in Singapore its a drop in the bucket. She ended up with 29K in student loan, let’s say she studied there for 3 years, with 32K debt instead of 29K that would be 90$ more per month to eat and she wouldn’t have to half starve herself.
    Is there really such a difference between 29K and 32K debt? Why did she decide to starve herself when clearly she could borrow a large sum of money.
    I’m simply curious

  4. She is the most inspiration motivator for us Millenial, i saw her when in University . Time Flies so fast. Merry Riana, tung desem waringin, mario teguh , . . Are Legend motivators in Indonesia

  5. I have hard time seeing value in these kind of model… to me is like a pastor without the spiritual side. Telling people just what they want to hear and becoming even richer

  6. She should teach Indonesians to tolerate le LGBT and other religious beliefs… Islam is rude and disrespectful to other faiths

  7. Very inspirational. In life, most of us experience a lot of stress and concerns; even if we don’t show it at all or not often at all. Deep down we’re all concerned. These days especially with the pandemic, we’re all worried a bit more. So it’s difficult to stay positive and to be more appreciative of the things we have and things we can do.
    The important thing is to understand & accept that we’re all human and we often fall prey to our own negativities, fears, concerns, etc. The thing is, all of these negative things are experiences we encounter and slowly grow from. It might take years or even decades, but life is a struggle and a journey. In the end, we just have to keep doing what we can and not focus so much on the things we can’t do or the things we don’t have.

  8. Somehow I always thought motivation speaker is a joke. You paid (hella expensive more often) to attend their speech and only being motivated when you are there but then when you got home its all gone. I would rather paid and came to a seminar or workshop that taught me real skill. Its getting sillier when some of my colleague (at work and college) wanted to be motivational speaker like its some kind of a job. But,thats just my opinion, people can be stimulated in a lot of way , if this kind of gigs works for you, its just work then

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