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Supporting art and culture, organizational creative learning programs, and various activities contributing to a better Indonesia.



A holding company for PT Daya Dimensi Indonesia, PT Daya5 Rekrutmen, and Daya Dimensi Global Group dedicated to human resources development to create impact for the betterment of organizations, society, and nation.


Our sense of love and pride as Indonesians endowed us the spirit to spread an atmosphere of positivity that took aim for an improved transformation. Indonesia has always been known respectably for its cultural treasure. And for that reason, we couldn’t think of any suitable ways to globally represent our country than to support local art and cultural programs. The outstanding stage play of Diponegoro by Sardono W. Kusumo and Tom Ibnur’s “Padusi" were definitely two of many which we are proudly root for.

We also believe that by actively conferring the strength and opportunity of an improvement should generate positive benefits for Indonesia. For that reason, we regularly hold a forum called Percakapan (in English means conversation). We invite Indonesian CEOs and public figures to talk about and ignite discussions on issues of common interest, such as: social, history, arts and culture, health, culinary, and technology. Percakapan forum is being held regularly in Daya Dimensi Indonesia office, in Mega Kuningan. A few of our prior speakers: TP Rahmat, Anies Baswedan, Goenawan Mohamad and Noni Purnomo.


The Diponegoro Opera: When the Dance Maestro Collaborates with the Legend


The Diponegoro play is the presentation of Prince Diponegoro’s journey, both his personal life and struggle, which has been choreographically reinterpreted by the dance maestro Sardono W. Kusumo. This play was first presented at the Indonesian Art Summit in 1995, and until now, the Diponegoro Opera has been shown in as many as 15 performances at various venues.


There are, however, some differences in the play performed on the 11th of November 2011, under the title Java War! Diponegoro (Opera) 1825-0000. Not only was the date of the performance coincides with Prince Diponegoro’s 226th birthday but the performance was also directed by Sardono in collaboration with Indonesian music legend, Iwan Fals.


In each act, Iwan Fals would sing his own song that the lyrics were based on Prince Diponegoro’s autobiography (Babad Diponegoro), except that in the final act that was written by Sardono W. Kusumo. Each song would be the soundtrack for Sardono’s new choreography.


A piece by the legendary Raden Saleh, titled “Diponegoro’s Capture” will be set as the background of the performance. It is not suprising if the historian Peter Carey, author of The Power of Prophecy: Prince Dipanegara and the End of An Older Java 1785-1855 (2008), will also be involved in performing and presenting Raden Saleh’s painting that was used previously.


One of the themes that was also was based on this opera is the struggle by the younger generation for their society. Prince Diponegoro and his five war generals (such as Sentot Alibasjah), is the portrait of young leaders in their times. Also is supported by Happy Salma as one of the characters, as well as 30 dancer and 60 other supporting actors, the Diponegoro Opera has become one performance that is not just artistic but also filled with cultural and historical moral values.


Padusi-Dance and Drama Performance


Women have many meanings and stories in Indonesia, and also the world. Padusi, which means a Minang woman, also has one history and specific meaning for the whole Minang community themselves.


In this occasion, Daya Lima together with Yayasan Bunda worked together with Tom Ibnur, the dance maestro and also professor at STSI Padang Panjang presented a play called Padusi on 11-12 May 2013 at the Jakarta Theatre, Taman Ismail Marzuki.


This play involved 50 dancers and musicians, Tom Ibnur, the play presented 3 female legends from Minang, who have inspired Indonesian females. Love, loyalty and also pride are the topics and themes that would be performed in the form of drama and dances. Tom Ibnur also brought with him original dancers from Bukit Tinggi to Jakarta to become part of the Pagelaran Musik danTari Padusi.


The Padusi performance would involve senior actors such as Sha Ine Febriyanti, Jajang C. Noer, Niniek L. Karim, Arswendy Nasution, Marissa Anita and two theater actors from ISI Padang Panjang.


This Padusi performance itself tells a story about an urban Jakarta woman named Padusi, played by Marissa Anita. In her ripe age, she wishes to feel her freedom to live and to understand her cultural roots. After her divorce from her husband, without being gifted a child, Padusi felt that was the best moment for her to discover the birth land of her ancestors, moreover for almost the last ten years she could not have attained ‘inner happiness’. The life that she had lived was based on following what her parents and ex husband’s expectations.


There are three cultural stories that had given inspiration to Padusi when she returned to her ancestor’s land. The first is about an angel named Putri Bungsu who was forced to be become mere mortal and be married on earth.


The second follows, Siti Jamilan, a mirror of a disappointed woman of her husband whom had married another woman, thus having her decide to murder her own child and then take her own life.


Lastly, based on a woman named Sabai nan Aluih who demanded justice as she was forced to marry an old man of blue blood, Rajo nan Panjang.


In this Padusi Dance drama, Tom ibnur worked together with Rama Soeprapto as the director and Nia Dinata as the scriptwriter. This is their first work collaboration in the making of a theatrical dance and play.


Nia Dinata herself has taken up many stories on women, she stated that she has a personal bond with Padusi. Albeit she has Minang blood running through her veins, Nia also has a personal passion to the exploration of this dance play.


On the other hand, Rama Soeprapto, as the director will present an artistic minimalist touch with prime visual effects in the art merging of the drama aspect and also the dance aspect into one unique presentation. For Rama Soeprapto, this has become his own challenge: combining the maestro, the dancers, and the theater actors into three stories.

Talking Millennials

CONVERGENCE OF WORK, PLAY, & TECHNOLOGY: A Series of Talking Millennials

Millennials are 95-million strong across the world today and will comprise 75% of the global workforce by 2025*. Find out how your organization can better prepare the coming era by #TalkingMillennials.

Following the excitement of last year’s event of Talking Millennials – The New Game of Leadership, DayaLima will be hosting the continuation series called Convergence of Work, Play & Technology.

A unique seminar with experiential activities and byte-sized contents that will be provided before, during, and after the event. The event is aimed to provide insights from the best practice, findings, and tools that can be optimized by companies small and large alike – especially on how to deal with the challenges and opportunities in this era where millennials are filling in the work force.

Featuring speakers from various leading organizations specializing in technology, millennials, and technology for millennials.


Tuesday, May 16th 2017, 09.00 AM

at West Java Ballroom, the Westin Jakarta

Jl. H. R. Rasuna Said Kav. C-22 A, Jakarta


Ticket Price: Rp 1.900.000,- (exclusive of VAT)

Get early bird price for registration before 28 April 2017!

For registration & inquiry, contact:

Della – 021 576 44 55

*Source: Deloitte Millennials Survey, 2014.


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