Voices of Indonesian Teenagers on the Cultures of Indonesia and Beyond

As young generation of Indonesia today, as of 2020, I would like to hear your opinion, criticism, and thoughts about Indonesian culture and beyond. You may please write your ideas in the following comment section of this blog post. Please see the question in the blog post.


Have a good day, everyone! Assalamu’alaikum!

The year of 2020 signifies an important transition in terms of how people communicate. Traditionally, people communicate by phone, or they meet directly face to face to have conversation. The transition can be seen from the way people use digital tools to communicate. The way people transfer and deliver messages can be in many forms. The messages can be in the form of audio or video, and they can also be in the form of pictures with texts.

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The studies of cultures provide us many insights to ponder about the meaning of understanding people and society. We not only can learn our culture but we can also learn how to open our eyes and ears to understand how the cultures of other people beyond our nation. The notion of cross-culture understanding means that it teaches us to be more respectful toward the differences. However, the basic aspect that we need to consider is to allow ourselves to stand on who we are exactly.

Young generations today are, in many ways and layers, different from the older generation. The difference can be seen from how they express themselves in communication. They call themselves as the millennial.

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If you are part of the Indonesian millennial, I invite you to share your perspectives about cultures of Indonesia and beyond. You can also talk about your opinion on the use of internet, such as Zoom, Google Meet, or Whats App, in communicating your learning materials and classroom tasks.

As young generation of Indonesia today, as of 2020, I would like to hear your opinion, criticism, and thoughts about Indonesian culture and beyond. You may please write your ideas in the following comment section.

This post is inclusive in nature. Everyone can comment and give ideas to the following question.

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This post is also indicated for students learning Cross-Culture Understanding subject with me in this Odd Semester of 2020/2021. I expect your ideas before October 9, 2020.

Link to the attendance list (for the students) – please fill it out between November 3, 2020, to November 9, 2020. After you answer the question in this blog, please copy your answer to the following links, according to your classroom section:

The question is:

What do you think of Indonesia Culture and the World in the year of 2020, especially after you know about theories and concepts of cultures?   

Sukandi, Syayid Sandi. A Question for Cross-Culture Understanding subject in Odd Semester of 2020/2021.

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