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19 May 2010
IOC News , future-games-news-singapour-2010

Meet Idris Musa, Indonesia's Young Ambassador for Singapore 2010

Hi! My name is Idris Musa, the Young Ambassador from Indonesia. I’m 28 years old now, not too young anymore I guess!

I am not an athlete, yet I play some sports like futsal, basketball, running and swimming. I was in the basketball team when I was in junior high school, and we won a Junior High School Championship! At least I won something in sports!

Well, I may not be an athlete, but now I’m dealing with them.  I am currently working for the Indonesia Olympic Committee as Protocol Manager. My duty is to ensure the official relations between all National Olympic Committees abroad and the Indonesia Olympic Committee are managed correctly. I was appointed in October 2009 as the Headquarters Official for the 3rd Asian Indoor Games in Vietnam to manage the financial and administrative reports of the Indonesia contingent consisting of 148 persons.

I have my Bachelor’s Degree in International Relations from Muhammadiyah University of Yogyakarta as the fastest graduated student with the highest Grade Point Average (3.73). Then, I completed a one-year diploma in Public Relations and gained a Master’s Degree in International Relations from Monash University – Melbourne in 2008. 

During my study in Melbourne, I was working as Vice-President of the Indonesian Student Association in Monash University from 2007 to 2008 and also worked on a project to promote Indonesia tourism called the Sulawesi Night, part of the Indonesia Festival in Melbourne. I guess that now I have a bigger task to do: PROMOTING THE FIRST EVER YOUTH OLYMPIC GAMES! I hope I can do this well! See you all in August!!

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