Meet Ek Rithy Chesda, our enthusiastic #AYVC2018 finalist from Cambodia! For Chesda, the most memorable moment of the 4th ASEAN Youth Video Contest would be the time he got the privilege to be directly mentored by distinguished Horea Salajan. The color grading tips and tricks that Horea thought will be something he cherishes the most.
Meet our distinguished finalist from Indonesia, Nada Celesta! For Nada the 4th ASEAN Youth Video Contest was a good opportunity for young film makers to improve their skills beyond their boundaries.
Meet our talented Second Runner-up, Thi Nguyễn Lê Minh from Viet Nam! The warm-hearted young filmmaker from Viet Nam sees the 4th ASEAN Youth Video Contest (AYVC) as an astonishing playground for ASEAN Youth to connect and dynamically growing together in the filmmaking realms.
Meet our distinguished Runner Up for the ASEAN Youth Video Contest 2018, Risjhen Rajasingam Velsine from #Malaysia! To Rishjen, coming from a country with various ethnic group has helped him in capturing the emotions and genuine story for his video. With that, also comes the challenge to make an emotional connection with audience coming from various background in Southeast Asia.
Making trade a more efficient process in ASEAN was the focus of our Second Runner-Up from RMIT University, Vietnam. As Kevin put it: SAP Analytics Cloud is like a math problem, you need to find the way of solving the problem before keying in values into your calculator.
Meet our first winner of ASEAN Youth Video Contest 2018, Troy L. Valdehueza from the Philippines! The recently graduated high school scholar admits that participating in AYVC 2018 was his first international experience.
Based on the belief that everyone deserves equal opportunities, Tune Map application was created by Ita Pravitasari and team with an aim to ensure that the visually-impaired people can traverse the city safely. Since becoming one of the winners of the Youth Volunteering Innovation Challenge (YVIC) in 2017, great things has been happening to the Tune Map team. One of them is being awarded 2018/19 YSEALI Seeds for the Future Grant.
Meet John and Jade from the Philippines, our runner-up of the 2018 ASEAN Data Science Explorers competition. John and Jade challenges the meta narrative of "job-seekers" mind set of fresh graduates, instead they encourage the youth to explore the opportunities of being the "job-creators" through their project ‘Recalibrating Educational Gears Through Entrepreneurship Education’.
With the SAP software, Madhu and Kai Jun were able to forecast the growth of slums in South-East Asia. Their project, ‘From Slumming to Sustainability’ gave insight into the current statistics, formation, and the need to raise awareness of slums in South-East Asia.