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Jun. 13

World Affairs Council of Dallas/Fort Worth presents Ambassador of Indonesia to the U.S.
Rosewood Crescent Hotel
400 Crescent Ct.
Dallas, TX 75201

Ticket Price: $45 Members & Guests; $60 Non-Members
Dr. Dino Patti Djalal is Indonesia’s Ambassador to the United States, career diplomat, Presidential speech writer, youth activist, academic, and author of a national best seller. He is known in Indonesia as Special Staff for International Affairs and Presidential Spokesperson for President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono – a position he held for 6 years from October 2004 to October 2010, which makes him the longest serving Presidential spokesperson in Indonesia’s modern history. In September 2010, Dr. Dino was appointed Ambassador to the United States, and took up office at the Indonesian Embassy in Washington D.C., in the same building where in 1980 he worked as dish washer and janitor. Nobel Laureate and President of Timor Leste Jose Ramos Horta issued a press release regarding Dr. Djalal’s new assignment to the United States : “President Yudhoyono could not have chosen a better man to represent Indonesia in the US. Dino is energetic, creative and belongs to the new breed of young Indonesian reformers who will lead Indonesia into the future.” Dr. Djalal has vowed to evolve his office into a “hyper, hybrid, hip” Embassy. With over 110,000 followers, he has been called Indonesia’s first “twitter ambassador” (twitter : @dinopattidjalal) He has also been called the “Moonwalk ambassador” for doing moonwalks in a DC public school appearance and in business conferences (youtube search : Moonwalk by Ambassador Dino Patti Djalal). For information: (214) 965-8400 or







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