Students Leadership Basics Training Experience

On September 21st until September 23rd, 3 Senior High School performed an obligatory event that was important for us students of the 10th graders, which is the STUDENTS LEADERSHIP BASIC TRAINING (LDKS). In this training, our leadership skills will be trained. We had to  . The training event was started at 6.30am in pussenif army post, which is located in Jalan Cisokan, Bandung. We brought so many things for this training, so there was some of us that even brought a suitcase to carry their essentials. After all of us was arrived at the pusenif area, the armys from pusenif  instructed us to put our essentials away, get lined up, and get ready for the flag ceremony. after the ceremony has finished, we got divided by groups. The division of the groups was based on the old student's number that haven't been updated. Since I moved from X MIPA 4 to X IPS pretty late, sadly, I had to be in the different group with my friends from X IPS. But my group was fun and easy to get along with.…

Sydney Opera House

The Sydney Opera House is one of the finalists of the & Wonders Of The World. I thought this place were very cool, so I hope you will enjoy this article.

The Sydney Opera House is a multi-venue performing arts centre in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. It is one of the 20th century's most famous and distinctive buildings.
The Sydney Opera House was built in 1973 by the Danish architect – Jørn Utzon
Listed as an UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2007, the Sydney Opera House is one of the 20th century’s most original and distinctive buildings and is also the most famous performing arts centre worldwide.

The Opera House is Sydney’s best-known landmark. It is a multipurpose performing arts facility whose largest venue, the 2,679-seat Concert Hall, is host to symphony concerts, choir performances, and popular music shows. Opera and dance performances, including ballet, take place in the Opera Theatre, which seats just over 1,500. There are also three theatres of different size…



World Tournament Absence

I didn't joined the world tournament because I had to go to Jakarta to visit my grandparents house. It is located in East Jakarta, Kebon Nanas, Otista street. I went there with my mom and we took a ride to go there with train. It was a fun trip because I rarely took a trip by train, so it I felt so enthusiastic. We departed from Stasiun Cimahi and our destination is Stasiun Jatinegara. It took about 1 hour to arrive to Stasiun Jatinegara from cimahi. 

After we've arrived, we took a ride with Bajaj to go to my grandparents house, since the taxi and other alternative public transportation seems to have higher fee than Bajaj.
Finally, we've arrived in my grandparents house. We are so happy to met them. I even hugged my grandma!   Here's a photo of me and my grandma.

Jakarta is such a different city if compared to another cities. There's buildings and traffic jams everywhere. It's has a hot temperature everytime (it was still felt very hot at night in Jakarta). But th…

Plans about Holiday Conversation

In the classroom
Laila: "Hi, Dora, how are you this morning?"
Putri: "I feel like I need some holiday, I'm stressed out because I studied too much,"
Laila: "What are your plans for the next holiday?"
Putri: "I will go to New York next holiday, because I had to attend a concert! I got a free concert ticket from a giveaway. How lucky am I right?"
Laila: "Wow, you're so lucky! with whom you go there?
Putri:"I will go with my friends from the internet"
Laila:"That's fun!"
Putri:"How about you, Laila?"
Laila:"I will go to Japan! I want to buy a lot of Anime merchandise there and meet the handsome anime voice actors
Putri: "Oh My God! Really! I really want to go there too,
Laila: "I hope that we could spend our holiday together sometimes
Putri: "Yes, I hope so too."

Miserable Story of Mine

This desperate occasion happened when I was 14 years old. It was already afternoon, so I went home  after school. Then I took a ride with angkutan umum to return home. But I forgot to bring extra money so, I only could pay one angkutan umum ride to Cimahi. But I can't continue my travel with ojek for going to my residence in Tanimulya.

I felt panic in a split second, because I can't go home without any money left. So I decided to walk from Gadobangkong (the area I was dropped by the angkutan umum) to Tanimulya. It was pretty close actually, but the road has no pavement to walk and the road is full of vehicles. It was very struggling to walk on. I had to be extra careful if I didn't wanted to get hit by something (read: vehicle). The road is very polluted that day, because of the traffic jam. But I could easily got over the road (safely) since the vehicles didn't move, so I could walk between the road.

Fortunately, I got so exhausted on the way. Yes, I have got across t…