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Conversationalists (with SuSibs)
27 minutes | Nov 12, 2019
this is a #voicenote on: Youth Activism
Rania finally uploads her backlogged podcast on youth activism, in which she discusses the implications of recent political events on the role of young people. On #voicenote, we share quick, unfiltered thoughts, like ones you'd send on a voice note to your sister on your way to work. #voicenote episodes are all #HalfASib.
8 minutes | Oct 15, 2019
this is a #voicenote on: Mental Health at Work
Dea talks about mental health at work, because it's time. On #voicenote, we share quick, unfiltered thoughts, like ones you'd send on a voice note to your sister on your way to work. #voicenote episodes are all #HalfASib.
26 minutes | Sep 28, 2019
The TCK Series Ep. 3 "Returning" with: Max Hasan • #HalfASib
In this episode, Dea talks to Max Hasan (Head of Business Intelligence for Financial Services at Gojek) on being born Indonesian, growing up overseas and eventually coming back home. A TCK himself, Max discusses his sense of personal identity, the cultural values he was raised on, and how spending his formative years between cultures strengthened his resolve to return to Indonesia. You know, #JustTCKThings. This is an open question to our fellow Indonesian TCKs out there—would you come back home, too? (We hope it's a resounding, "Yes".) Note: #HalfASib will consist of episodes where only either Rania or Dea is present.
22 minutes | Mar 16, 2019
To All The Lessons 2018 Taught Me, A Belated List • #SUSIBS
Yes, this is our attempt to stay relevant. This one is an episode we recorded back in December 2018. Each of us made a short list of 3 lessons learned in 2018, and 3 resolutions we have for 2019, mentioned alternately. Listen to (and feel free to judge) Dea’s do-it-in-the-next-5-mins challenge, and what Rania learned from having a false sense of security. One of us learned to be more candid, and the other is trying to be better at setting goals. The lessons and resolutions may not necessarily be linked to each other, because life makes little sense like that.
34 minutes | Jan 12, 2019
A Conversation on Jakarta, The Big Bad City with: Santika Wibowo • #HalfASib
Please welcome Conversationalists' first guest: Santika Wibowo! A dear friend of mine, I invited her to chat about her experience of moving away from home, Jogja, and to Jakarta, where she now works as an HR practitioner at a consumer goods company. Tune in if: you're not from here, the big city still seems scary, but at least you've accepted what they say about "Jakarta Keras"—don't worry, you've got a friend in us. We hope this episode can comfort you. After all, aren't we all just trying our best? (Read Santika's works at santikawibowo.com!) Note: #HalfASib will consist of episodes where only either Rania or Dea is present, because even though time and space are relative, the fact is that Rania still lives on the other side of the globe.
20 minutes | Sep 15, 2018
On the Topic of TV Shows... • #SUSIBS
A fun episode this time! We wanted to do something light and less serious, so we decided to talk about TV shows we keep coming back to: Hetalia, Veep, Star Trek and Band of Brothers! Rania cheated and chose a movie. Dea mispronounced "Dreyfus". Come talk to us about yours! Also, WE REBRANDED. 'Fireside Chats' was great while it lasted, but we go by 'Conversationalists' now. Hooray.
16 minutes | Sep 13, 2018
The TCK Series Ep. 2 "Rootlessness" • #SUSIBS
In this second instalment of the The TCK Series, we discuss the topic of rootlessness and restlessness—why some of us tend to move around/jump from one commitment to another a lot, how we compartmentalise our lives by city/country, and what travelling means to us (although we're sensitive to the word). The article we were referring to: https://www.cntraveler.com/story/for-third-culture-kids-travel-is-home
14 minutes | May 28, 2018
The TCK Series Ep. 1 "Home: A Concept" • #SUSIBS
We're excited to introduce The TCK Series—a series of episodes where we look back on our personal experience of growing up as third-culture kids and discuss the concepts/ideas associated with it. In this instalment, you get to find out what a TCK is (hint: someone who spent their formative years in places that are not their parents' homeland) and how we feel about "home", or lack thereof.
18 minutes | Apr 23, 2018
Uni Years: Academics vs. Resume Builders • #SUSIBS
Hi! We're the Susilo Siblings—SuSibs for short—and thank you for stopping by. In our first podcast episode (which we totally very obviously winged), we discussed if one is more important than the other: academics or extracurriculars? Views of Rania, a "freshie" vs. Dea, who said goodbye to campus life in 2014.
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