• 12

    Nov

    Report day 4 - Total Donation

    Dear Friends and Donors, As a story, One Day for Indonesia was initiated by some people who cares with the recent condition in Indonesia, Mount Merapi eruption (Java) and tsunami in Mentawai (Sumatra). The disasters wound more than 500 people died and thousand of people lost their home, farms, livestock etc. With strong enthusiasm to help and do something, some people (mostly Student) in South Korea created this program. For 3 effective days of work, some volunteer in One Day of Indonesia succeed to collect money: KRW 2,424,933. From the account transfer detail and information from some volunteers, it can be inferred that, there is strong empathy from Korean and other country student/worker to give their donation by this program. As an Indonesian, and representative of people w
  • 15

    Jun

    BlogPost Obseoyo!

    a This week I would have so many exams and also gotta do hard projects. Therefore, there would be no blogpost.. I think I wouldn’t even manage to watch a single World Cup match until June 19.. T_T okay, c u next week! :D
  • 8

    Jun

    Kacang Isaac Newton

    [Suatu sore, sepulang makan dari kantin] Teman saya, si A, memotong-motong nugget ikannya menjadi kecil-kecil dan mencoba memakannya sambil dilempar.. A: Siapa ya orang pertama kali makan kacang sambil dilempar? B: Newton! A: Heh? kok bisa? B: Iya, dia dulu ngelempar-lempar apel buat dimakan.. tapi karena ga muat, akhirnya diganti sama kacang.. saya!
  • 5

    Jun

    Pameran Angkasa Provinsi Gyeonggi 2010

    terjemahan dari Gyeonggi-do Sky Expo 2010 This part of my life is called flying… Okay,, saya tidak benar-benar terbang (secara literal terbang di angkasa). Tapi pikiranku terbang bersama segala benda-benda angkasa (bukan bulan, bintang, matahari, tapi pesawat!) yang terbang melewati kepalaku. Saya ga akan tahu seberapa bagusnya Sky Expo sampai akhirnya melihat dengan mata kepala sendiri. Semua pesawat, helikopter, dan aksi-aksi akrobatik di udara, mengikat kaki ku tanah namun membuat pandanganku terbang ke langit biru.. menikmati segala yang indah.. Bukan saya yang ngambil (kebanyakan) foto2 ini, tapi si Badrul.. Baterai kamera saya habis karena lupa direcharge, dan baterai cadangannyapun hilang (nasib!). Untung saja, teman fotografer saya yang satu ini sudah punya foto2 bagus yan
  • 31

    May

    Hiking the BukhanSan..

    versi bahasa Indonesia Been waiting so long, but just now finally I’m able to hike a mountain in Korea… Before the trip was to start, I used to see Korean people, mostly elderly, wearing mountain gears. Whether a bag, sticks, or shoes, were easy to be found in the Seoul subway. One time, when I visited SNU (Seoul National University), I saw some elderly wearing those gears, and started hiking the hills in SNU (FYI, SNU is a campuss arranged by a number of mountains/hills). Little bit curious, but I didn’t take this Korean people hiking hobby seriously. Until then… [May 9, 2010] I, Ardy (Yonsei), Widita (KU), and Sung-Hyeon (Yonsei) decided to hike BukhanSan (???) or mount Bukhan. “San” (?) means mountain in Korean. No Big Deal!! From the info I he
  • 30

    May

    Naik-naik ke Bukhan gunung..

    see english version Sebenernya sudah pengen dari dulu2, tapi akhirnya baru sekarang ini bisa naik gunung di Korea… Sebelum acara naik gunung ini berlangsung, saya sering melihat yang namanya orang Korea, terutama orang tua2, memakai perlengkapan naik gunung. Entah itu berupa tas, tongkat, atau sepatu untuk naik gunung, mudah dijumpai ketika kita naik subway di hari libur. Pernah sesekali, ketika saya sedang main ke SNU (Seoul National University), saya melihat ada beberapa orang yang sudah cukup berumur, memakai perlengkapan untuk naik gunung, dan terlihat mulai menaiki bukit2 yang ada di SNU (FYI, SNU adalah kampus yang penuh dengan bukit/gunung). Sedikit heran, tapi saya belum menganggap serius hobi naik gunung orang Korea ini. Sampai akhirnya… [9 Mei 2010] Saya, Ardy (
  • 25

    May

    Gyeonggi-do Sky Expo 2010

    see in bahasa Indonesia This part of my life is called flying… Well, I didn’t fly (like literally flying in the sky). But my mind flew along all the wonderful flying things around me. I didn’t know how good a Sky Expo was until I had seen one. All these planes, choppers, and the acrobatic flies bind me to ground, and made me looked up into the blue sky.. and enjoyed all the wonderful.. I didn’t take most of these pics, Badrul did. My camera went out of battery coz I forgot to recharge, and the spare battery was also gone (dang!). Fortunately, my fellow photographer had done a great job with his camera ;) The event was opened with a woman pilot. But not just any woman pilot, this one did acrobat flying very well. She was Svetlana Kapanina from Russia. She
  • 25

    May

    Hari anak di Korea

    terjemahan dari Children Day in Korea Di Indonesia, tanggal 23 Juli diperingati sebagai Hari Anak Nasional (HAN). Namun jika kamu bertanya pada anak kelas satu-tiga SD di Korea, kapan hari anak nasional? maka dengan mantap mereka akan menjawab tanggal 5 Mei! Berbeda dengan di Indonesia, hari anak di Korea adalah hari libur nasional. Oleh anak-anak Korea, hari anak dianggap sama dengan hari natal di belahan bumi barat — saat untuk hadiah dan bersenang-senang. Dikarenakan hari itu adalah hari libur nasional, orang tua-orang tua bebas memanjakan anak-anaknya dengan mengajak mereka ke taman hiburan, bioskop, kebun binatang, dan tempat-tempat lain yang menarik perhatian dan keceriaan si buah hati. Hari anak juga adalah hari untuk menghargai orang-orang dewasa yang berjasa untuk meningk
  • 23

    May

    Children Day in Korea

    lihat dalam bahasa Indonesia If you ask a Korean first or second grader what important event took place on June 25 they most likely won’t be able to tell you, but ask them what holiday takes place on May 5 and nearly every one of them will answer Children’s Day. Children’s Day in Korea is viewed by Korean children in a similar manner as Christmas is viewed by many children in the rest of the world — as a time for gifts and fun. Because it is a national holiday, parents are free to indulge the whims and wants of their offspring by taking them to amusement parks, movies, parks, zoos, and other places that draw the excited laughter of youth. Children day is also a day to honor adults that have contributed to improving the lives of children. (???!) Chi
  • 22

    May

    Foreign Students in SMUFest (dress and eat)

    We sang.. We played games.. We exchanged (traditional) costumes.. We did selling our national food.. and (almost) everything about having fun! :D (see the first part) costumes.. Prewedd pose in japanese Yukata and Kimono Arfan and Febi.. beautiful.. crazy… even other perspective could give you a beautiful look food business.. INDONESIA EXISTS dong.. Indomie goreng, tahu isi, rujak, pisang goreng (hohoho) Nepal and Vietnam, neighbour of Indonesian stall Nepalese food, banh samosa In the end, the key of having fun is.. …doing things together!
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