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Season of Grace Amid the uncertainties happening in 2020 with the Covid-19 pandemic still at large, December is a time to celebrate and to be thankful. Even for the smallest ­daily joys, this is the season to stay optimistic and look ­forward to a better year ahead. Tatler Indonesia ­continues to be present in its printed form all year long, and we are proud to close the year with a bang by unveiling the ­Impact List. Standing alongside their regional counterparts, in this list are the ten leaders and changemakers from around Indonesia. They are the ones who are preserving against all odds and now recognized as forces of good in society. Read the complete list of 100 names across all industries inside. On the note of power and purpose, we talk to the young leader Natalia Kusumo who is taking part in her family business, Agung Sedayu Group. With a sweeping vision to develop a new township in the Pantai Indah Kapuk (PIK) area, her ideas and concepts brought a fresh perspective to the developments by the property giant (read more in “The Good Life”). See some more photos of the picturesque landscapes in the area, such as Pantjoran PIK and Pasir Putih Beach, together with the road-cycling group of May Farida and Friends. In “All Kitted Out”, she further elaborates why the sport is not only fun but also beneficial for health—something to strive for as we turn a new page. Finally, our team of editors present more engaging ­stories from our society to further reflect on the lessons we could learn this year and carry on the next. Turn the pages to “Live Long and Prosper” to read the letters of Christine Hakim, Dennis Adhiswara, Arifin Putra and Nadine Alexandra to their younger selves. These ­narrators of the Diam and Dengarkan documentary take a look at their journeys so far, and how they could best continue onward. So I invite you all to take a breather and enjoy a safe, intimate gathering with the closest ones. Happy reading!

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