It has been a long week. Between prepping for college, Equilibrium, and many other things I have just wiped out. I have an all day preparing for my auditing class tomorrow, which I am sort of looking forward to. I will have a good time once I am there, but at the moment I am…Read more I am back!
My piece published in World Youth Congress Journal on 9 September 2010 It might be too late to share about the sensational atmosphere last August in Istanbul. But I believe that it's better be late than never. I miss the congress, the people, and of course the weather (NOOOOO)! After two weeks of countless workshops, thoughts…Read more I’MISStanbul
I don’t know if you readers go onto mlia.com (it is now an essential tool in my procrastination), but not too long ago I read a story that was posted about someone who went onto one of those online translator sites; this person proceeded to type in “Liar, liar, pants on fire” and had the…Read more Summer Semester
Many of my happiest memories are memories of quietly happy moments, of contentment. Some of them are more singular moments. I vividly recall sitting on my white, wicker armchair on the veranda of my great-grandparents house in Ambon or Padang, overlooking our front yard and the street as the sky pours heavy, rain forest storm…Read more Afternoon Tea
In sharp contrast to college, accounting major seems to be full of "you'll find out when you need to know" when it comes to how our education is structured, which I guess makes sense since we all do the same thing and there’s little input on our parts as to how things progress. In spite…Read more Do I Molest Myself?
A few months back, I knew nothing of blogging, of Facebook, of Twitter. And, in my own depressed way, I was happy. Then I did a bit of writing for some site or other, and I had to learn how to well…do it. You know, make a page, put in pictures, all that stuff. The job fell…Read more Awkward Decision
My piece published in Jakarta Post on 9 March 2010. After some cheating scandals are detected in the previous national examinations, there is a crisis of belief from the society about the honesty of teachers, schools and some local governments. Implementation of the exam in recent years has become a serious problem to be discussed…Read more Robustness of Our Education System