Sabtu, 18 Februari 2017

Learning from Nature

     In this modern era there’s a lot of things that have not been discovered. Human beings are considered that they’re the most clever mammals on the earth. And then they explore this world continuously. As they explore this world there’s so many things are discovered, but you have to know that things aren’t discovered yet is much more than we could imagine.

     The earth where we live is smaller than other planets in our solar system but that doesn’t mean the smallest. With the size of the earth, for thousand years we still have so much things to discover. Imagine that humans being has live for thousand years and we only discovered this much. Don’t think we have known much things, we know part. There’s still many mystery in this earth and humans being will know what is it.

     The sky, blue sky, we see it blue but it’s dark when we go outside the earth. We have laundched many satellites to the sky. Common satellites are only launched to surround this planet. But we have launched satellites that going further and further from the earth. The furthest satellite from this earth is Voyager 1. Actually there’s Voyager 2 which was launched 180 degrees from Voyager 1. But the last communication that still active was Voyager 1. Voyager 1 has left the solar system. It has been more 21 billion kilometers from sun and it need 36 years to reach that point.

     This universe is very broad. There's lot of things to discover. No matter how old are you, wherever you are, and anytime you could learn something, create things, and discover anything. So, why you still stuck there?

Rabu, 08 Februari 2017

Payung Teduh - Untuk Perempuan yang Sedang Di Pelukan

Tak terasa gelap pun jatuh
Diujung malam menuju pagi yang dingin
Hanya ada sedikit bintang malam ini
Mungkin karena kau sedang cantik-cantiknya
Lalu mataku merasa malu
Semakin dalam ia malu kali ini
Kadang juga ia takut
Tatkala harus berpapasan ditengah pelariannya

Di malam hari
Menuju pagi
Sedikit cemas
Banyak rindunya

     Hello again, guys! This is one of my favourite song because the melody in this song are made me calm. The most lyrics I like in this song is "Sedikit cemas, Banyak rindunya", thats mean you a bit worried to someone but you miss that person so much.
     This song is in indonesian language, maybe you wouldn't understand what the meaning of the lyrics. I think this song describes the feelings of a man against a woman. There's a couple that cannot sleep at that night with stars in the sky. The man's love increases as he looked deeper to his women's eyes. He was afraid that as time goes by will make them separate.

Below is the video clip when recording for release. Let's hear the music!

Senin, 09 Januari 2017

School Holiday

     Hello again!!It's been a long time i'm not update my blog. So now I will tell you about my last holiday. You have to know that  most of my holiday was spent in my own HOME. I only eat and sleep I think. Yes.. it's sad isn't it, but the holiday isn't that bad, I did some things that make me not too bored at home such as watching movie that I have downloaded in my laptop, playing Unipad and some music with my portable speaker, and of course I watched tv's programs.

     When I enjoyed my holiday, suddenly the water supply in my house stop flowing. My mom called some plumbers to fix the water supply. After they fixed it, we think that the problem was done, unfortunately the water reservoirs's wall was dirty and on the bottom are sandy. So I have to squat to get in to the reservoirs and clean them all. In there was smelly, I wore a mask to reduce the smell. After cleaned it I'm back to my usual activity.

     In the last three days, I went to my cousin's house in Lembang. The weather is cold like using an AC in the room but it's not. I always wore my white jacket there. Because of the weather I got sick but not bad. I bought a lot of milk there. Milks in Lembang are delicious because the milk is pure and not yet many mixed with other ingredients. I also took many photos for my stock to upload to my Instagram. The spot is beautiful there. I took some photos in the golf course when it's not in use.

    I think thats all that I want to tell about my last holiday, not much that I do isn't it?... hahah just kidding. Ok see you later in my next update. :)

Senin, 07 November 2016

Alan Walker

     Alan Olav Walker (born 24 August 1997) is a Norwegian DJ and record producer living in Norway, who was born in England. He is best known for the electronic dance music single "Faded", which struck gold in international markets, receiving platinum certification in over 10 different countries.
     Born in Northampton, Walker moved to Bergen, Norway, with his Norwegian mother and English father at the age of two. Growing up in the digital era, Walker found an early interest in computers which later turned into a fascination for programming and graphic design. He initially had no musical background, however he later taught himself by browsing YouTube videos based on music production. In 2012 he started making music on his laptop and his songs soon caught the attention of record labels.

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Selasa, 04 Oktober 2016


Please come and join the Swim Competition that will be held on :

Date      : October 23rd, 2016
Time      : 8 a.m. until finish
Place     : GOR Pajajaran

All students of SMAN 3 were invited to join this competition. The winner will get a very good prize. The prize total is Rp. 1.000.000,00-.
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So come on and prepare your mental and prove that you're the best!
Contact person :
- Line id : destanarantoko
- 081222583344 (Desta)

Senin, 26 September 2016

My Unforgetable Moment

     One day when I was a child, I was playing in the yard in front of my house. Then I play around the housing with my friends. I went around the housing by a bicycle. It was a very sunny day I though. As a child I was so curious about everything that I saw or I heard. If I saw a cat then I would chase it until it's disappeared. I don't know why but it is very fun to chase them. 

     In that day, I went to a paddy field. Actually I don't want to go to the paddy field because there is so much mud on the pathway. I think it wasn't a good idea to go there. My mom says that if I want to play with my friends, I should not play around and get back home with a dirty clothes and I should went back home before 5 PM. That sucks because I can't freely like my friends. They can play anywhere and anything they like. But at that day I'm finally know why I shouldn't play anywhere and anything.

     I went to the paddy field with my friends and walk around there. I went to the paddy field because me and my friends are playing hide and seek. The paddy field is in the housing where I live. Around the paddy field was surrounded by walls that newly added. So I went to the paddy field to hide from my friends. I walk beside the wall when I want to get out from this place. I saw a mud pool on the pathway. I don't want to step on the mud pool so I pull my body up by holding the top of the wall. As we know the wall was recently build there so the wall is still fragile. When I pull the wall, a block of brick fell onto my head. I was shock that the big brick make my head blooding. Then I got back to home as fast as I can.... that's mean I'm running to my home.

     When I knock the door, my mom open the door and get shocked when she saw my head is blooding. She is panic because she don't know what to do. Luckily one of my neighbor pass by when I'm outside with my mom. Then he took me and my mom to the Imanuel Hospital. I got several stitch on my head. I'm very thankful to God because there it is just my skin that was torn off.

Jumat, 23 September 2016

A Place Where I Want to Visit

     Borobudur Temple is the place where I want to visit someday. The Borobudur Temple Compounds is one of the greatest Buddhist monuments in the world, and was built in the 8th and 9th centuries AD during the reign of the Syailendra Dynasty. This temple located in Magelang, Central Java, Indonesia. This monument consists of six square terraces on which there are three circular courtyard, the walls are decorated with 2,672 relief panels and 504 Buddha statues originally contained. The world began to realize the existence of this building since it was discovered in 1814 by Sir Thomas Stamford Raffles, who was then serving as the British Governor General of Java.

     I have visited this place once, but i just want to visit it again. The scenery is very good. I think you must visit this place because you cant find this beautiful scenery. The temple is very big. This is the reason why this temple called the biggest budhist temple in the world. This monument was listed as a World Heritage by UNESCO.

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1. Which province is Borobudur Temple Located?
    A. Magelang
    B. Central Java
    C. Java
    D. Central Magelang
    E. All of the above

2. What is the reason this monument was listed by UNESCO as a World Heritage?
    A. Because of the beautiful scenery
    B. Built in the 8th and 9th centuries
    C. Built during the reign of Syailendra Dynasty
    D. Biggest Buddhist temple in the world
    E. Biggest temple in the world
3. How much are the relief panels on the temple?
    A. 2,671
    B. 2,762
    C. 504
    D. 2,672 
    E. 502
4. What is the configuration of Borobudur Temple?
    A. Six square terraces on which there are three circular courtyard, the walls are decorated with 2,672 relief panels and 504 Buddha statues originally contained.
    B. Six square terraces on which there are four circular courtyard, the walls are decorated with 2,672 relief panels and 504 Buddha statues originally contained.
    C. Six square terraces on which there are three circular courtyard, the walls are decorated with 2,762 relief panels and 502 Buddha statues originally contained.
    D. Six square terraces on which there are three circular courtyard, the walls are decorated with 2,672 relief panels and 502 Buddha statues originally contained.
    E. Six square terraces on which there are three circular courtyard, the walls are decorated with 2,672 relief panels and 504 statues originally contained.

5. Who discovered the Borobudur Temple?
    A. Sir Thomas Stamford Raffles
    B. Thomas Stamford Raffles 
    C. Sir Thomas Stamford Rafflys
    D. Sir Tom Stamford Raffles
    E. Thomas Stamford Rafflys