The 2018 tri-nation congress in Bekasi has concluded. This page describes what happened.
Indonesia / Australia / New Zealand
BEKASI, INDONESIA : 28 March – 2 April 2018
JI. KH. Noer Ali, Kayuringin Jaya, Bekasi Sel., Kota Bks, Jawa Barat 17148, Indonesia
Heidi Goes (b. 1976, Belgium) graduated in African languages and cultures with a dissertation on the Esperanto movement in Africa (1999). She is a co-compiler of the Indonesian language books Kunci Esperanto (2009) and Fundamento de Esperanto (2017). During this congress she presented her book on the history of the Esperanto movement in Indonesia.
Albert Stalin Garrido is currently the president of Philippine Esperanto Youth (FEJ). He led the reestablishment of the Esperanto movement in the Philippines in 2013, when he was only 15 years old. Now a 19-year old senior geography student in the University of Philippines, he also focuses on Philippine and Japan studies.
PARK Soohyean (“Elstara”), member of ILEI and past committee member of Korean Esperanto Association
Marc SCHMIDT, teacher and comic-book author
• Esperanto classes in two levels
• Evening of theatre and music
• Esperanto exhibition
• Lectures about Esperanto and other topics
• Conversation and laughter
Download the full program (PDF, 11 pages, 201 KB, language: Esperanto)
Download the Second congress bulletin (PDF, 4 pages, 401 KB, in Esperanto)
PRE- AND POST-CONGRESS EXCURSIONS
The pre-congress excursion was in Anyer, 23 to 27 March 2018. The program was mainly about coastal activities and the volcano Krakatoa.
More information about the excursion to Anyer (PDF, 137 KB)
The post-congress excursion was in Bali, 3 to 6 April 2018.
More information about the excursion to Bali (PDF, 146 KB)
Reports, comments and photos
Report by the president of AEA
Report by Ilia Sumilfia Dewi (Indonesia)
Farewell message from Albert Stalin Garrido (Philippines)
Comments by congress participants
Interviews with East Timorese participants