Minggu, 18 Februari 2018

People Who Inspired Me

Malala Yousafzai

Malala Yousafzai  born 12 July 1997 is a Pakistani activist for female education and the youngest Nobel Prize laureate.She is known for human rights advocacy, especially the education of women and children in her native Swat Valley in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, northwest Pakistan, where the local Taliban had at times banned girls from attending school. Her advocacy has grown into an international movement.

The most famous event for her that occurred recently was the Taliban shooting on October 9, 2012, when 15-year-old Malala was riding a bus with friends on their way home from school, a masked gunman boarded the bus and demanded to know which girl was Malala. When her friends looked toward Malala, her location was given away. The gunman fired at her, hitting Malala in the left side of her head; the bullet then traveled down her neck. Two other girls were also injured in the attack.

The shooting left Malala in critical condition, so she was flown to a military hospital in Peshawar. A portion of her skull was removed to treat her swelling brain. To receive further care, she was transferred to Birmingham, England.

Once she was in the United Kingdom, Yousafzai was taken out of a medically induced coma. Though she would require multiple surgeries—including repair of a facial nerve to fix the paralyzed left side of her face — she had suffered no major brain damage. In March 2013, she was able to begin attending school in Birmingham.

The shooting resulted in a massive outpouring of support for Yousafzai, which continued during her recovery. Unfortunately, the Taliban still considers Yousafzai a target, although Yousafzai remains a staunch advocate for the power of education.

Although Her bravery was remarkably astonishing it wasn't just an on the spot thought process,before she was already a well known activist giving speech about the women's rights in education for examples are like after the Taliban began attacking girls' schools in Swat, Malala gave a speech in Peshawar, Pakistan, in September 2008. The title of her talk was, "How dare the Taliban take away my basic right to education?"

In early 2009, Yousafzai began blogging for the BBC about living under the Taliban's threats to deny her an education. In order to hide her identity, she used the name Gul Makai. However she was revealed to be the BBC blogger in December of that year.

With a growing public platform, Yousafzai continued to speak out about her right, and the right of all women, to an education. Her activism resulted in a nomination for the International Children's Peace Prize in 2011. That same year, she was awarded Pakistan's National Youth Peace Prize.

Nine months after being shot by the Taliban, Malala Yousafzai gave a speech at the United Nations on her 16th birthday in 2013. Yousafzai highlighted her focus on education and women's rights, urging world leaders to change their policies.

Yousafzai said that following the attack, “the terrorists thought that they would change our aims and stop our ambitions, but nothing changed in my life except this: weakness, fear and hopelessness died. Strength, power and courage were born.”

She also urged action against illiteracy, poverty and terrorism:

“The extremists were, and they are, afraid of books and pens. The power of education frightens them. They are afraid of women... Let us pick up our books and pens. They are our most powerful weapons.”

In October 2014, at age 17 Malala Yousafzai became the youngest person to receive the Nobel Peace Prize. She was awarded the Nobel along with Indian children's rights activist Kailash Satyarthi. Malala was first nominated for the prize in 2013 but did not win; she was renominated in March 2014.

In congratulating Yousafzai, Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif said: “She is (the) pride of Pakistan, she has made her countrymen proud. Her achievement is unparalleled and unequaled. Girls and boys of the world should take lead from her struggle and commitment." Former U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon described Malala as "a brave and gentle advocate of peace who, through the simple act of going to school, became a global teacher.”

Why She is my Inspiration?
In my own opinion, she inspires me because of her act for hope,that women too can also have the rights to learn in today education, that actually those people holding the potential back are afraid to see that we are actually powerful with knowledge, as the saying "Knowledge is power" will always be true in today's society

1. When was she born?
   a. 12 January 1997
   b. 12 July 1997
   c. 12 Juni 1997
   d. 12 February 1997
   c. 12 May 1997

2. What happened on the 9th October 2012?
   a. Taliban shooting
   b. Malala revealed as BBC blogger
   c. Malala recieved the youngest noble prize
   d. Malala recovered
   e. Speech at United Nation

3. When she awarded as Pakistan's National Youth Peace?
   a. 2010
   b. 2011
   c. 2012
   d. 2013
   e. 2015

4.  When she was able to begin attending school in Birmingham?
   a. 2010
   b. 2011
   c. 2012
   d. 2013
   e. 2014

5. Why Malala was my inspiration?
  a. Because she was beautiful
  b. Because she was shot by the Taliban
  c. Because she fought for women's education
  d. Because took pity of her
  e. Because I hate the Taliban extremist

Minggu, 04 Februari 2018

Polar Bear

The Polar Bear or in latin Ursus maritimus is a big mammal which is part of the Ursidae Family. is a carnivorous bear whose native range lies largely within the Arctic Circle, encompassing the Arctic Ocean, its surrounding seas and surrounding land masses. Sometimes The Polar Bear classified as marine mammal.

Kingdom    : Animalia
Phylum      : Chordata
Class          : Mammalia
Ordo          : Carnivorous
Family       : Ursidae
Genus        : Ursus
Species      : U. maritimus

Life Cycle
Courtship and mating take place on the sea ice in April and May, when polar bear congregate in the best seal hunting areas. Pregant polar bears need to eat a lot in the summer and fall builddup enought fat reserves to survive the denning poeriod. The gestation takes about 8 months with delayaed implantation. At birth, polar bears cubs are 12 to 14 inches long and weight around one pound. Cubs will remain with their mothers for a litlle two years. After that, the mother left them, and the cubs live solitary with their siblings. Polar bears rarely live beyond 25 years.

Polar bears feed almost exclusively on ringed seals and bearded seals. They also lnow tp eat walrus, beluga whale, and bowhead whale carcasses, bird's eggs, and rarely vegetation. Polar bears tavel great distance in search of prey.

1. Great Swimmer
Even though the water is icy, polar bears are skilled swimmers. Healthy adult polar bears can swim for several days without stopping. They swim from the mainland to large, floating ice islands that have broken away. Seals often rest on these islands, and the polar bears can swim up quietly and pounce fiercely up on the ice before the seal can react.

2. Fur
Polar bears have black skin to absorb heat, but their fur appears white to blend in with their environment.

3. Carnivorous
The polar bear is the largest and most carnivorous member of the bear family.


1. Where polar bears live?
a. Artic Circle
b. Savana
c. Jungle
d. Tropical forest
e. Artic Ocean

2. What is the color of polar bear skin?
a. White
b. Brown
c. Grey
d. Black
e. Blue

3. How long do cubs stay with their mother?
a. 3 years
b. 2 years
c. 5 years
d. 4 years
e. 1 year

4. How long do polar bear live?
a. around 25 years
b. around 30 years
c. around 10 years
d. around 15 years
e. around 20 years

5. When is the mating period begin?
a. January - March
b. February - April
c. March - April
d. December - January
e. April - May

Minggu, 14 Januari 2018

My Last Holiday

Last Holiday, I didn't go to anywhere with my family. Both of my parent only have short holiday, so we didn't have enough time to go somewhere far. But, last holiday I went to Lembang with all the members of Perwakilan Kelas 64 SMAN 3 Bandung. We have routine to held big discussion every 3 months.

The first big discussion of PK64 held in Villa Istana Bunga, Lembang. We stayed 3 days 2 nights at the villa, from 21th - 23th December 2017. We promised to meet at school at 06.00 AM, so we could went to there together. We already prepared everything we need from few days ago, so we didn't have to worry about food or the other thing.

At 07.30 we started the trip to Lembang. We went by car. We used 5 car to go to there. The trip took arround 1 hours to arrive. After we arrived, we unpack all the things we need. Then, we had free time for arround 1 hour before we start.

Arround 10.00 A.M. we started our first day shedule. We started it with playing games at the balcony. First we played vocalbulary games. In this game we must repeat what other said before, then mentioned a new word. We had so much fun in this game, the atmosphere was tense because if you lost, the other would give flour all over your face. Thats why everyone tried so hard to keep focusing in the game. After we finished, we started the second game. Just like the first game, we also had so much fun in this game, although it was not as tense as the first game. About 1 hour we played game, we moved to pur next shedule. One of the main agenda, the first discussion. Each of us gave report about what we had already 3 months ago, and told the plan for next 3 month. The atmosphere was so calm, and we actualy had special section where the leader of every division told something about ourself. It was so memorable.

Senin, 02 Oktober 2017


       Hi everyone! Now I will tell you about one of the event at SMAN 3 Bandung.

     LDKS or Latihan Dasar Kepemimpinan Siswa, 21-23 September 2017. We stay 3 days 2 night at PUSSENIF (Pusat Kesenjataan Infanteri). We learn a lot when we join the activity, and we also had so much fun.

     The first day we had almost all our time at the hall. First day is full with written lesson. The lesson is displayed on the screen and explained by the presenters. We also noted some important things in our book. After the lesson finish, we can ask question to the presenters.

     The second day we had full outdoor activity. In the morning we had exercise amd then we learn 'PBB' or 'Peraturan Baris Berbaris'. We learn from the very basic, 'sikap sempurna'. After that we learn other things like 'istirahat di tempat', 'hormat', 'hadap kanan', 'balik kanan', Etc. In my opinions the hardest move is 'langkah tegap maju'. We spend almost all day to practice 'Langkah Tegap Maju', but at the end of the day we get better and better. At night we walk to Taman Makam Pahlawan. The activity called 'Caraka Malam'. We walk together, 1 group content 3 person. We have to reach the finish with the message that givin from the start. The activity is so scary, it was so dark and quiet. But at the end, we can reach the finish and complete the mission.

    The next day was the last day of LDKS. The activity of the 3rd day was outbond. First we took exercise. After that we make 6 group to do the outbond. There are 6 post, every post have their own game. The games apply from the military education. After the games finish, we watch the G30S-PKI movies. We watch it arround 3 hours. After we finished watch the movies, we packed pur things. Then we doing closing ceremony and go to our home.

Minggu, 01 Oktober 2017

Telaga Warna

Telaga Warna

The Color Changing Lake

Indonesia have alot of amazing place, and one of them is Dieng's Telaga Warna. Dieng Plateau has a million dazzling beauties, with an extraordinary natural and cultural wealth. In this region, in addition to shady green trees and beautifully patterned Hindu temples. And in here there also a natural gift which became the icon of this area, a lake called Telaga Warna, the Colorful Lake.

Telaga Warna located at the Kejajar District in WonosoboCentral Java. This beautiful lake with its surrounding natural forest is one of the prime tourist destinations in the Wonosobo regency. To reach this lake from Wonosobo, it is an approximately 25 miles’ drive.

The harmony of nature with its clean, cool air makes the atmosphere at Telaga Warna Dieng very compelling and relaxing. The mystical atmosphere created by the white mist that envelopes the area, as well as the tall, shady trees which surround the lake, exude a feeling of refined calm and relaxation. If we don't passing and witnessing the beauty of Telaga Warna in person, the visit wom't be complete. From here we can also visit the Pengilon Lake, Goa Semar, Goa Jaran, and the Sikendang Crater.

This Lake is appropriately named Telaga Warna due to a natural phenomenon that causes the water of the lake to change in fluctuating colors. At times it is green, yellow, purple or even taking the colors of the rainbow. This phenomenon occurs because of the high sulfur content in these waters, so that when the sun hits the water, it reflects in varied colors. You can also see around the center of the lake, a section of water which appears to be bubbling; which is also due to its high sulfur content.

But based on the folktale, Telaga Warna is from the  neklace of princess. King and Queen loved their daughter so much. They gave what ever she wanted. It made Princess a very spoiled girl. When her wish couldn’t be realized, she became very angry. She even said bad things often. A true princess wouldn’t do that. Even though the princess behaved badly, her parents loved her, so did the people in that kingdom. Day by day, the princess grew more beautiful. No girls could compare with her. In a few days, Princess would be 17 years old. So, people of that kingdom went to palace. They brought many presents for her. Their presents gift were very beautiful. King collected the presents. There were really many presents. Then the King stored them in a building. Some times he could take them to give to his people. The King only took some gold and jewels to make the most beautiful neklace in the world. But the princess said the necklace was ugly. the people of the kingdom was sad and cried. The tears of the kingdom was the start of Telaga Warna, and the lake became colorful because the jewelry from the people of the Kingdom.

Hidden among the range of hills at an altitude of more than 2,000 meters above sea level, it does not make Telaga Warna (the Colorful Lake) lacking in visitors. Its beauty and mystery have attracted many visitors to Dieng. The water at most times appears calm, with no ripples at all. The sound of the wild birds chirping and the well preserved, wild forest creates a reassuring atmosphere of peace.
Telaga Warna is also very useful for the community. They use the water of the lake as a source to irrigate their potato and cabbage plantations which are major produce of this region.

How To Get There
If you want to get there the easiest way to get to Dieng plateau is by car. It is located in Central Java, around a three hour drive from Yogya or only 25 km from Wonosobo
It is advisable to leave for the plateau early to reach the site before noon. Because of the altitude, the plateau is often covered in mist by early afternoon.
By public transport, you can take a bus from Yogya to Magelang and change for Wonosobo. From Wonosobo, take a minibus to the village of Dieng. The sites on the plateau can be reached on foot from the village of Dieng. If you are driving, parking is available near the main sites.



Hallasan National Park

There are alot of interesting place in this world, and now I will tell you about one of them. Hallasan National Park, South Korea. A very interesting place to go hiking!

Hallasan National Park located in the province of Jeju-do, South Korea. Hallasan is the highest mountain in South Korea, standing at 1950 meters (6400 ft). The Park Located at the center of Jeju Island, so we can see the peak from almost all places on Jeju. It also a UNESCO World Natural Heritage Site.

Hallasan National Park has 5 hiking routes. There are 5 entry points. Northwest Entrance Eorimok, Southwest Entrance Yeongshil, South Entrance Donnaeko, East Entrance Seongpanak, and North Entrance Gwaneumsa. But Donnaeko gate closed since 1994. All trails are relatively short (less than 10 km) and can be hiked in less than a day. But if you want to reach the summit (Baekrokdam) you can start in the morning, but dont forget to check to check the official operating hours, some trails only open at certian hour of the day.

Hallasan National have 2 trail that go to the summit. Gwaneumsa Trail, the summit trail. Gwaneumsa Trail offers hikers the best view of Hallasan’s deep valleys and stunning terrain. Midway along the trail is Guringul (a lava cave) and Tamna Valley. Tamna Valley is especially beautiful during the fall when the leaves are changing and during the winter when the entire area lays under a dusting of snow. Then another summit trail, Seongpanak Trail. This relatively long, gently sloping trail is perfect for beginners. Lush broadleaf trees give shade from the beating sun and in spring the azaleas bloom and turn the mountainside into a dazzling array of color.

Not only go the summit, Hallasan also have another trail that relatively easy. First Eorimok Trail. This short trail is another relatively easy trail for beginners. In spring, the nearby meadows are adorned with red royal azaleas. From the stone pathway to Mansedongsan visitors can catch a breathtaking panoramic view of the countryside and the island’s signature Oreums. Then there is Yeongsil Trail. As the shortest trail in Hallasan, this trail boasts Yeongsilgiam (a spectacular cliff with series of unusual rock formations). It is covered with azaleas and royal azaleas in spring and vibrant autumn foliage starting in October. 

It is interesting to go hiking to there, because we can enjoy the nature and see a very nice view in every rute. It will be an amazing experience. And if you want to visit the park, don't forget to bring jacket because it is cold.

There are various ticket pricw to enter the park. For adults the ticket price is 1600 won, for youth 600 won, and for children the price is 300 won.

Minggu, 17 September 2017


Sunday, 27 Agust 2017

Yesterdey, I can't went to school because I have to go to Jakarta with my family. I have promise with my cousin and some other thing to attend.

I went from my home in Cimahi, at 6 a.m.. We went by car. It took arround 3 hour to arrived. usualy, it took arround 4-5 hours because of the trafic. We arrived at Jakarta at 9 a.m.. Actualy, I can went to school first, and went to Jakarta at 1 p.m. by train. But sadly, when we don't have tickets. My father must go to the hospital at 9 a.m., thats why we went to Jakarta in the morning.

When we arrived, we went to the hospital first. My father works there, at RSCM, Pelayanan Jantung Terpadu. While waiting, me and my sister walk arround the RSCM. The hospital is very big. The enviroment is also nice and clean. Here some photos that I took when I walk arround RSCM.

After we done walked arround RSCM, we went to the bus stop, to rode the Transjakarta Bus. It was my first time to rode the transjakarta bus. We went from Salemba UI bus stop to Harmony Sentral bus stop. My cousin pick up me at the bus stop, then we have lunch together. We have lunch at Grand Indonesia mall. We didn't take picture because my cousin didn't want to take picture. We talked alot because we rarely meet each other.