V-Indonesia 2012 has passed, but the spirit and the impression is still felt. It was felt also by students of SDN Rubber Kuningan1 & 2, also SDN Karet 01 South of Jakarta yesterday received a donation of angklung from QNET and The-V. Hopefully, this progress has contributed to a love of children for musical art native to Indonesia. Most of us know that VIndonesia 2012 event was not only a business but also an appreciation event to various arts and culture in the world. Submission made by QNET staff in Jakarta and was received by the school and the students. Some students even had time to demonstrate their skill in playing the angklung.
QNET Executive Chairperson Donna Imson expresses her appreciation to all QNET staff who served at V-Indonesia 2012. Watch her video and make sure you like her Facebook fan page!
We closed V-Indonesia on a high note; the power of our message will continue to echo to all the attendees and all corners of the world.
To begin the day, our dear IRs was all given an Angklung. Angklung, is a famous musical instrument found in Indonesia. It is made of two bamboo tubes attached to a bamboo frame. Our IRs were taught how to play beautiful music with this instrument. The base of the frame is held with one hand while the other hand shakes the instrument from side to side. When everyone got the hang of it, the arena was then filled with a beautiful melody.
As is customary during V-Con, V Managing Partner Dato’ Vijay Eswaran and V Founding Partner Mr Joseph Bismark welcomed onstage all the V Ambassadors, eliciting a thunderous response from the crowd as each of their role models are called.
It was with great pride that Dato’ Vijay announced two new V Partners, nine new AVPs and 33 new V Council members…
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You were probably wondering a week ago, where did the VCON Day 5 photos go? We apologize for the slight delay. Anyway, here are the photos for the last day of V-Indonesia 2012!
Source: V-INDONESIA 2012 DAY 5
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It’s only been two days since V-Indonesia 2012 ended, and we’re betting we’re all still hungover from the event! Relive the experience and go through our gallery of blog posts, photo albums, and videos, scattered around the blog, our Facebook fan page, and Twitter photos.
You can look through our photo galleries of the whole VCON from the day of preparations to Day 4. (We’ll update this once we get photos of Day 5!)
Read through our series of blog posts regarding the event:
Watch our videos and relive various snippets of the event:
Visit our VTUBE Facebook fan page. We have lots of fun photo albums taken at the VTUBE booth!
You can also browse these photo galleries where we posted some photos that we didn’t post anywhere else:
“Don’t complain, if you have not paid the price” says VMD Pathman Senathirajah who from day 1 said he will be doing the opening remarks from Day 1 to 5.
The morning session started right to the point and it was about paying the price. Chief gave further examples about how many birthdays and special occasions from relatives he has missed because he was traveling around Malaysia expanding his network.
‘I missed my mother’s birthday but, she was the most supportive mother and she understood that I was doing it for her’ Chief added.
Before his talk ended he asked the he asked the audience “how far would you go and what would you do for financial freedom?”
VP Arun George followed up next on stage. As soon as he got on stage VP Arun complimented those who have paid the price and risked a few things to get to V-Indonesia 2012. But, how do we even pay the price if we do not have a dream that’s good enough to work hard for?
He concluded his talk with a saying worthy of a Hallmark card: “Is your dream good enough to fall in love with?”
VFP Joseph Bismark graced the morning session charming the IRs with his wits. He started with a question “Do you see pain and difficulties as a challenge?”
He continued on by expounding on challenges and how challenge is not the problem. We create the problem. “Security makes you comfortable. And comfort will make you lazy”
To cap the morning session, cricket legends and QNET brand ambassadors Muttiah Muralitharan and Tom Moody surprised the audience. They talked about sports and how sports help one to be confidence. No matters which type of a sport we play, sports teach us the ability to will through challenges and that is the quality all IRs need.
Source: Paying The Price [Day 4]