In­tu­itively In­spir­ing

In­done­sia Tatler launches the much-an­tic­i­pated in­au­gu­ral edi­tion of its Gen­er­a­tion Tatler list with a fun pool­side party at the Man­darin Ori­en­tal, Jakarta.

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All about the Gen-t book, its launch party and the peo­ple in­side it

isyana Saras­vati, Reza Ra­ha­dian and Tu­lus. Upon hear­ing their names called loud and clear, two of th­ese prom­i­nent In­done­sian en­ter­tain­ers stepped up to the stage by the pool at the Azure Restau­rant at the Man­darin Ori­en­tal, Jakarta. Each tal­ented in­di­vid­ual then re­ceived a per­son­alised Gen­er­a­tion Tatler book— Gen T for short— that lists the coun­try’s high-achiev­ing and promis­ing in­di­vid­u­als aged 40 and un­der at the time of se­lec­tion.

Filled with hap­pi­ness, both Reza and Isyana are thank­ful and proud to be­ing selected as Gen-t hon­ourees. “I hope to con­tinue to in­spire peo­ple with my mu­sic,” Isyana said. Tu­lus, who was un­able to at­tend the party, con­veyed the same sen­ti­ments in a video in­ter­view for the Gen-t por­tal on In­done­sia Tatler’s web­site.

Al­most all, if not ev­ery­one, on the list agreed that In­done­sian youth has the po­ten­tial and the drive to com­pete on the global stage. Gen-t hon­ourees Adinda Kun­tadi, Owner of the ALLIN Group, and Founder and CTO of Natali Ar­dianto are prime ex­am­ples. “A lot of young women to­day also have suc­cess­ful ca­reers,” Adinda

said. “How­ever, we have to keep im­prov­ing, to push our­selves and to be con­fi­dent in what we do.” Agree­ing with Adinda, Natali said that the older gen­er­a­tion has to be pa­tient and to be a coach or a men­tor for the younger ones: “Not be­ing a boss, teacher, or leader,” he said.

Among those men­tors are nine re­spected and ac­com­plished peo­ple across in­dus­tries that helped In­done­sia Tatler choose the hon­ourees in the Gen-t list. Seen at the launch party were Shinta Dhanuwar­doyo of, se­nior pho­tog­ra­pher Ar­bain Ram­bey from Kom­pas, Catha­rina Widjaja, di­rec­tor of Ga­jah Tung­gal, Amuz Gourmet Restau­rant’s Chef Founder Gilles Marx, and Manoj Pun­jabi of MD En­ter­tain­ment.

Congratulations and bless­ings were sent by the rest of the Tatler Tribe who could not join the party: Group Pres­i­dent and CEO of Smail­ing Tour and Travel Man­age­ment Com­pany

An­thony Ak­ili, de­sign­ers Ed­ward Hutabarat and Se­bas­tian Gu­nawan, and Erik Mei­jer of Telkom­tel­stra. Through a tough and tight vet­ting process, the Tribe mem­bers chose 50 young peo­ple who ex­cel as en­ter­tain­ers, in­flu­encers, phi­lan­thropists, de­sign­ers, en­trepreneurs, ath­letes, and culi­nary and travel in­dus­try play­ers—each with a clear pur­pose and pas­sion in life. All the young peo­ple in the list are al­ready play­ing their own in­te­gral part in the dy­namic fu­ture of In­done­sia and be­yond, which is why Gen T is in­tended to be more than just a list. It’s meant as a plat­form for com­mu­ni­ties to con­nect and col­lab­o­rate be­yond In­done­sia through the re­gional Tatler mag­a­zines. Hong Kong Tatler first rolled the ball in 2016 along with is­sues from the Philip­pines, Malaysia, Tai­wan, China and Sin­ga­pore; Thai­land and In­done­sia fol­lowed suit this year. Through events and pub­li­ca­tions aimed at the next gen­er­a­tion, the Gen-t plat­form of­fers en­rich­ing ex­pe­ri­ences and exclusive con­tent about en­trepreneur­ship, in­no­va­tion, per­sonal de­vel­op­ment, life­style, and much more. Each and ev­ery one of th­ese ac­tiv­i­ties within the Gen-t plat­form is sup­ported not only by the hon­ourees them­selves but also the younger and older In­done­sian so­ci­ety mem­bers, as the list com­ple­ments In­done­sia Tatler’s 500-name list in In­done­sia Tatler So­ci­ety. Ma­jor brand names have shown their pa­tron­age, too, with­time In­ter­na­tional be­ing the big­gest this year. For this, it chose five of the 50 Gen-t hon­ourees to rep­re­sent spe­cific Cartier prod­ucts match­ing their style and achieve­ments. Other spon­sors who joined the party werethe Pad­mayana by Adhi Karya, Aqua Re­flec­tions, The Glen­rothes, Korol­eva Caviar and DSP Life­style.

Mrs Anaz Siantar re­ceiv­ing a to­ken of ap­pre­ci­a­tion from Mr Lee and Mr Michael

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Mr Natali Ar­dianto re­ceiv­ing his to­ken of ap­pre­ci­a­tion from Mr Lee and Mr Michael Mr Tadeus Nu­graha and Mrs Au­drey Dhar­manto Ms Stephanie Bubu, Ms Pa­tri­cia Wijaya and Mr Erick Wijaya Ms Sara Soulier, Ms Me­lati Wi­jsen, Ms Is­abel Wi­jsen and Ms Indigo...

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