Rabu, 24 Mei 2017


ACROSS       :
 1. A cover or seal for a container
 2. The action of acquiring
 4. Drain of strength
 6. Become fully aware of something
 9. Creamy fruity drink
 10. Go out of focus
 11. Opposite of yes
 12. a pet
 14. Physical exercise session
 17. Express disgust or outrage.
 19. Short message on twitter
 20. A type of road vehicle

 DOWN          :
 1. It’s not true
 2. When you get a ranked
 3. Move
 5. King or queen
 7. Small lake
 8. Corner square in Monopoly
 13. Shock reaction
 15. Hospital surgery
 16. unattractive quality 
 18. Stop living

Senin, 03 April 2017

Dewa Athena IX

hello guys! i want to tell you about Dewa Athena IX

Dewa Athena is "Olimpiade siswa siswi ajang unjuk bakat dan kemampuan". Dewa Athena is SMA Negeri 3 Bandung sport event that involved about 2 generation students (10 grade and 11 grade). It was started 23 Maret 2017 and ended about 8 April 2017. There are badminton, soccer, dodgeball, basketball, volleyball, gobak sodor, and relay.

So the first day for X grade is on 25 Maret 2017. The event start at 7am in Lapangan Bali. But I came late I arrived at Lapbal at 7.40am. My class LO, Tsabita already text me since 6am to came on time but I told her that I will came late because no one drive me there.

This is the event rundown on the first day

In 7.45am only a few people from my class came on time. So we played gobak sodor with only 8 people in our team(should've been 10 person), but we didn't know why we won against X science 3.

after played gobak sodor I played relay with Azmy, Timo, and Keiko against X science 1 and we won. At 12am i played dodgeball with Alya, Nadhine, Fira, Spika, Dira, and Keiko. You know what? we won againn!!

But on the second day Dewa Athena we lose on every competition that we won at first day except badminton 🏸 (Ado and Putra) so we hope we can win on the third day🙏🏻

Selasa, 21 Februari 2017

Most Thankful Person Last Month

someone i'm most thankful for last month was a stranger. When I was in Pavilion Mall in Malaysia i bought a wallet and the next day i used it. I went to Mc Donald with my brother and bought some food but my brother didn't bring a wallet so i paid for the food. I used my new wallet to pay it and got out of there. Then somebody called me "Hey, excuse me I think this is your wallet" then I said "thank you very much".

Selasa, 24 Januari 2017

My Holiday

Hallo everybody, happy new year!

Last holiday, i went to Turkey on 27th December 2016 with my family. In the morning I went to Soekarno-Hatta Airport and arrived in Malaysia, I didn’t stay there for long and then went to Turkey. It was midnight when I arrived in Turkey, my cousin who stays in Turkey for scholarship picked up my family then he dropped us at the hotel on Taksim Square. I was so hungry, so I asked my father to find some food (I got food from my flight but I didn’t like the food so I didn’t eat it).

On 28th it was so rainy heavily so my family couldn’t go anywhere so we just went to Galata tower and Forum Istanbul . At the top Galata Tower we could see everything like Hagia Sophia, Blue Mosque, Topkapi Palace, Bosphorus Bridge and the whole city of course. After that we went to Forum Istanbul by Metro. It was a mall so we just walked, bought something, and ate. I bought some boots because i was wearing Vans and they got wet.

Next day in Turkey I went to the best place to visit in Turkey. The first was Hagia Sophia, Hagia Sophia was museum years ago Hagia Sophia was a mosque. When the first we enterd the place we could see Allah, Muhammad, and Jesus calligraphy side by side after Hagia Spohia it was snowy and very cold so we went to some restaurant and hand lunch. it was my first time tasted salep (drink for winter season) and it was so delicious.

The second place that we went to is Blue Mosque. Blue Mosque was built by Sultan Ahmed I, Untill now Blue Mosque is still used as a place to pray. I didn’t really remember anything about this place because I was very sleepy.

I was really happy  to visit Turkey and it was beautiful country. I didn’t really remember anything because it was very cold so I walk very fast. soo that's all from me see you on my next post!

Selasa, 08 November 2016

Mahatma Gandhi

Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi, more commonly known as ‘Mahatma’ (meaning ‘Great Soul’) was born in Porbandar, Gujarat, in North West India, on 2nd October 1869. He is known as Father of Nation, played a key role in winning freedom for India, introduced the concept of Ahimsa and Satyagraha.

Mahatma Gandhi was born in middle class family of Vaishya caste. His father, Karamchand Gandhi, was a Prime Minister of Porbandar. His mother, Putlibai, was a very religious lady and left a deep impression on Gandhiji's mind. Gandhiji was a mediocre student and was excessively shy and timid. Gandhiji was married at the age of thirteen to Kasturbai.

Gandhiji sailed for England on September 4, 1888. He went there to pursue his study in law. He first struggled with the transition to Western culture there and during his three-year stay in London, but once he had found kindred spirits he flourished and started to learn more about world religions. he completed his Law degree in 1891 and returned to India.

On completing his degree in Law, Gandhi returned to India, where he was soon sent to South Africa to practise law. In South Africa, Gandhi was struck by the level of racial discrimination and injustice often experienced by Indians.

Once When a European magistrate in Durban asked him to take off his turban, he refused and left the courtroom. On a train voyage to Pretoria, he was thrown out of a first-class railway compartment and beaten up by a white stagecoach driver after refusing to give up his seat for a European passenger. That train journey served as a turning point for Gandhi, and he soon began developing and teaching the concept of satyagraha (“truth and firmness”), or passive resistance, as a way of non-cooperation with authorities.


In 1906, after the Transvaal government passed an ordinance regarding the registration of its Indian population, Gandhi led a campaign of civil disobedience that would last for the next eight years. During its final phase in 1913, hundreds of Indians living in South Africa, including women, went to jail, and thousands of striking Indian miners were imprisoned, flogged and even shot. Finally, under pressure from the British and Indian governments, the government of South Africa accepted a compromise negotiated by Gandhi and General Jan Christian Smuts, which included important concessions such as the recognition of Indian marriages and the abolition of the existing poll tax for Indians.

In July 1914, Gandhi left South Africa to return to India. He supported the British war effort in World War I but remained critical of colonial authorities for measures he felt were unjust. In 1919, Gandhi form an organized campaign of passive resistance in response to the rowlett acts, which gave colonial authority to suppress subversive activities. He backed off after violence broke out but only temporarily, and by 1920 he was the most visible figure in the movement for Indian independence.


Gandhi’s ascetic lifestyle based on prayer, fasting and meditation earned him the reference of his followers, who called him Mahatma (Sanskrit for “the great-souled one”). Invested with all the authority of the Indian National Congress (INC or Congress Party), Gandhi turned the independence movement into a massive organization, leading boycotts of British manufacturers and institutions representing British influence in India, including legislatures and schools.
After sporadic violence broke out, Gandhi announced the end of the resistance movement, to the dismay of his followers. British authorities arrested Gandhi in March 1922 and tried him for sedition; he was sentenced to six years in prison but was released in 1924 after undergoing an operation for appendicitis. He refrained from active participation in politics for the next several years, but in 1930 launched a new civil disobedience campaign against the colonial government’s tax on salt, which greatly affected Indian’s poorest citizens.

In 1931, after British authorities made some concessions, Gandhi again called off the resistance movement and agreed to represent the Congress Party at the Round Table Conference in London. Arrested upon his return by a newly aggressive colonial government, Gandhi began a series of hunger strikes in protest of the treatment of India’s so-called “untouchables” (the poorer classes), whom he renamed Harijans, or “children of God”. The fasting caused a stir among his followers 
In 1934, Gandhi announced his retirement from politics in, as well as his resignation from the Congress Party, in order to concentrate his efforts on working within rural communities. Drawn back into the political fray by the outbreak of World War II, Gandhi again took control of the INC, demanding a British withdrawal from India in return for Indian cooperation with the war effort. Instead, British forces imprisoned the entire Congress leadership, bringing Anglo-Indian relations to a new low point.

After the Labor Party took power in Britain in 1947, negotiations over Indian home rule began between the British, the Congress Party and the Muslim League. Later that year, Britain granted India its independence but split the country into two dominions: India and Pakistan. Gandhi strongly opposed Partition, but he agreed to it in hopes that after independence Hindus and Muslims could achieve peace internally. Amid the massive riots that followed Partition, Gandhi urged Hindus and Muslims to live peacefully together, and undertook a hunger strike until riots in Calcutta ceased.

In January 1948, Gandhi carried out yet another fast, this time to bring about peace in the city of Delhi. On January 30, 12 days after that fast ended, Gandhi was on his way to an evening prayer meeting in Delhi when he was shot to death by Nathuram Godse, a Hindu fanatic who’s enraged by Mahatma’s efforts to negotiate with Jinnah and other Muslims. The next day, roughly 1 million people followed the procession as Gandhi’s body was carried in state through the streets of the city and cremated on the banks of the holy Jumna River.
Gandhi's life and teachings have inspired many liberationists of the 20th Century, including Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. in the United States, Nelson Mandela and Steve Biko in South Africa, and Aung San Suu Kyi in Myanmar.

Selasa, 25 Oktober 2016

The Legend of Malin Kundang

Long time ago, in a small village near the beach in West Sumatera, lived a woman and her son, Malin Kundang. Malin including a smart kid but a bit naughty. After growing up, He thought to make a living in the country side in hopes of later on when returning home, he was already a wealthy man, so he said to his mother, “Mother, I want to be a rich man, so I want to go to the country side. Please release me.” His mother was originally less agrees with Malin Kundang, but she finally agreed though with a heavy heart. His mother said, "My son, if you have succeeded , don't you forget about your mother and this village, son,"
In country side, he worked diligently. With tenacity and perseverance in work, Malin gradually managed to become a wealthy man. It has a lot of merchant ships with men of more than 100 people. And then, Malin Kundang marry a girl to be his wife.
After a long time, Malin and his wife went to his village. His mother recognize him and then hugged malin and said, "Malin Kundang, my son, why did you go so long without sending any news?". But do you know what happens then? Malin Kundang immediately release her mother's arms and pushed it down. "Hey woman! How dare you claim to be my mother. Don’t you see? I’m a rich man, and you? You’re just an old, poor, and dirty woman!" said Malin Kundang to his mother. Malin Kundang pretended not to recognize his mother, embarrassed by her mother was old and wearing tattered clothes. "Is she your mother?",asked his wife. "No, she was just a beggar who pretended as my mother to get my property," said Malin to his wife.
She is very sad. She is not expected Him to be a rebellious child. And then, she said while crying, "Oh God, if he is my son, I curse he became a rock". Suddenly, a thunderstorm came. Not long after that, Malin's body slowly becomes stiff and eventually finally shaped into a rock.
And the lesson in this story is, as children, we must respect to our parents. Because every word that our parents say is a prayer for us.



1. What is the meaning of tattered?
    A. Old and torn; in poor condition.
    B. Having rips: torn, split, or opened.
    C. Poor condition especially because of age or use.
    D. Very thin and in bad condition from too much use.
    E. Very bad condition because of age or lack og care.

2. "perseverance" in the first paragraph has same meaning as...
    A. Lazy.
    B. Smart.
    C. Strong.
    D. Selfish.
      E. Dilligent.

3. When Malin grew up, why did he decide to go to city?
A. He hates his job.
B. He hated his mother.
C. He wanted to meet a girl.
D. He wanted to be a wealthy man.
E. He was bored to live in his village.

4. Why did Malin deny the fact that she was his mother?
A. He hated his mother.
B. He was embarrassed.
C. He forgot her mother's face.
D. He didn't know who she was.
E. His mother was passed away.

5. Where did Malin live when he was a child?
A. Bengkulu.
B. North Sumatra.
C. West Sumatra.
D. South Sumatra.
E. Bandar Lampung.

6. What happen to Malin when his mother cursed him?
A. He was burnt.
B. He was disappear.
C. He turned to a iron.
D. He truned to a tree.
E. He turned to a rock.

7. How was Malin's character when he was child from the text?
A. lazy boy.
B. selfish boy.
C. dilligent and strong boy.
D. healthy boy but a bit selfish.
E. smart boy but a bit naughty.

Minggu, 16 Oktober 2016


Hello guyss! welcome back to my blog!!
today i'm gonna tell you about my unforgettable moment in my life sooo..

my unforgettable momment is when i was ten years old when i'm fifth grades. My unforgettable moment is not happy moment, it was sad moment. So on 29th August 2011 my grandfather was dead suddenly, that day, before Ied Mubarak.  My grandfather lived in Padang so my family was planning to go to Padang in the morning of Ied Mubarak but our plan is not going well.  When suddenly my uncle called my mother about my grandfather my mother was very terrified so she rushed to pack her clothes then she went to Soekarno Harta Airport alone by Cipaganti travel.
upon hearing the news about my grandfather i cried because i haven't seen him for the last 4 years.

next day, when i arrived in my hometown,  Padang. I ran to my mother then hugged her.   I told her that i want to visit the grave of my grandfather. So, i visited the grave with my uncle and my cousin. My uncle told me to pray.
My grandfather neighbors told the story about my grandfa, he told my grandfather was painting the wall. The neighbors ask him "why are you painting the wall" then my grandfather answer "all of my family will visit me,  i must prepare". I think "all of my family" my grandfather means is the "whole family".

so my unforgettable moment is one of the most sad memories in my life, hehehehhehe.

thank you for reading!! hope you like it(: