Friday, October 28, 2011

Googling my name. LikeABoss.

Aaaaaaaah I've left this blog for (more than) a while.. neglected again~~

This is the mid semester test weeks.. and you know. You know. busy copying and printing all handouts, notes, slides, etc etc etc. Googling like mad, researching all night long.

And then i... saturated. Then i google my name (i've done this about... 4 or 5 times. this is fun. LikeABoss :P) and i saw things like facebook, twitter, g+, other social networks. Link of Konferensi Anak Bobo......and stopped in one spot. The Jakarta Post news.

I've read an article from TJP while I was in biology competition. Rrrr and that's funny (I've written about it in this blog). Enough said. But hell yeaaaaa evidently there's another article...... here i repost :

Increase all teachers' salary: Children

The Jakarta Post, Jakarta | Mon, 12/06/2004 7:23 AM
Sari P. Setiogi, The Jakarta Post/Jakarta
""Security is the most important thing. Without it, people will not be able to go about their activities, or even to go out of their houses, or go to school ...,"" says M. Zulqisti, a six-grade student from conflict-torn Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam.
Ceisar Yudhistira from the Bhayangkari 2 public school in Banten wondered why so many people wanted to become president in the recent elections.
""Being a class captain is difficult enough; what about leading a nation of 200 million people? Were they only looking for popularity or position?"" read Ceisar's essay on leadership.
""(Being president) means being known wherever he goes, always being welcomed, and getting everything for free. However, I hope my future president will not just be contented with that. He must be clear, fair and must want to listen to people's aspirations and want to admit his mistakes,"" said Ceisar.
Zulqisti and Ceisar were two of 50 children aged between 10 and 12 years old participating in the 2004 Children's Conference organized by children's magazine Bobo from Dec. 1 to 4. The children came from a variety of social backgrounds from different parts of the country.
This year's conference, the fourth, took the theme ""If I was the president"".
""We picked this special theme because we have a new president who was elected through a democratic election for the very first time,"" said children's education expert Henny Supolo Sitepu.
President Susolo Bambang Yudhoyono, who took his oath of office last Oct. 20, was elected after a peaceful election last Sept. 20.
Focusing on two main topics of education and security, the four-day conference tried to formulate the main problems of both issues and put them into the 2004 Children's Declaration.
On education, the children highlighted the importance of teacher's welfare and training. Henny told the Post that a child had said that he had been taught by teachers who were not well-trained.
""He understood that the teachers were not bad, but that education could make them better,"" said Henny.
The children agreed that if they were the president they would increase teacher's salary and give them more training.
On security the children underlined the importance of having security officers who were honest, and who worked well in an integrated and well-coordinated fashion.
""Getting rid of bribe-able police"" became one of the points on security declaration made at the closing of the conference on Saturday morning.
The 2004 Children's Declaration was handed to Presidential spokesman Andi Alfian Mallarangeng, who said he would deliver it to the President himself.
""Leadership should start with small things,"" said Andi.
Through the short discussion between Andi and the children, several interesting issues were raised.
A child asked what the country would be like without any corruption. Andi replied that school roofs would not suddenly collapse (because of sub-standard construction), as once happened at Ceisar's school.
Risha Emyta from the public school SDN Bambu Apus 06 Pagi, East Jakarta, asked Andi why there were a lot of terrorists in the country.
""Is it because we lack police personnel?"" asked Risha.
""Terrorists are sick people who enjoy watching others suffer. Enhancing the quality of education is a way to prevent terrorism in the future,"" said Andi.
According to Andi, most of those in detention for terrorism offenses were those who were under-educated and narrow-minded.
After following the four-day conference, most children said that they had a better understanding of leadership.
At the opening of the conference last Wednesday, Daniel Meidian Dicky Bahari from the Immanuel Christian Elementary School, Situbondo, East Java told the Post that he wanted to be president.
""Being president is cool, being guarded everywhere, people always waiting for him,"" said Daniel.
However, by the time of the closing ceremony Daniel had already changed his mind.
""Being president might be too difficult. I want to be a journalist instead.


Anyway, that's a nice article actually :) Gettin back to the past memories when i was joining that conference, 7 years ago. Man, time flies really fast.

Saturday, October 1, 2011

Beyond Imaginaton Surabaya - Malang

Paduan Suara Mahasiswa Universitas Indonesia PARAGITA proudly presents:

An Annual Concert In Malang and Surabaya
With the performances of modern songs




Saturday, 8th October 2011
Starts at 7 pm
at Gedung Kesenian Gajayana
Jalan Nusakambangan no. 19

Opening Performances by PSM Universitas Brawijaya

Tickets for the MALANG concert are now available:
- Balcony Rp 25.000,00
- Regular Rp 35.000,00
- VIP Rp 50.000,00
- VVIP Rp 75.000,00



Sunday, 9th October 2011
Starts at 3 pm
at Auditorium Universitas Kristen Petra
Jalan Siwalan Kerto

Tickets for the SURABAYA concert are now available too:
- Regular Rp 35.000,00
- VIP Rp 50.000,00
- VVIP Rp 75.000,00


Grab your tickets now, and you will surely have an experience.

Saturday, August 13, 2011

Nonstop Surprise.

Yesterday, i decided to not join the concert. But hell, somehow i feel so bad. The night, i have a chat with the chairman and the conductor, and he let me to still join the concert with some special excuses. Gosh, I can't even think about anything else. It's just...... too perfect to be true!

And this morning, my sister told me that my father has bought 2 tickets of "Dilema", a musical concert by Pontas Purba.
My tix!!!!
& I've just met Nancy, and she told me her Pop's also bought it!! So tonight I'll watch it wiff her :3

Is there anything better than these?

Thursday, August 11, 2011

Seal Lullaby

This, is The Seal Lullaby by Eric Whitacre, sang by Paragita Student Choir of Universitas Indonesia in our 2011 annual concert : BEYOND IMAGINATION

this video is taken in our first performance in Beyond Imagination Jakarta, held in Goethe Haus, June 17.

♥♥♥♥♥♥♥ it.

Tuesday, August 9, 2011

by the way.....

i really do love blog designer by Blogger!! Seriously, you guys even make the font editor!!! A nice & lovely progress ;) Looks like i wont leave it. For sure ;)

Holiday? How does it feel?

Gaaaah. I was staring at the calendar, and jotting down the fact that i have a month to go before my third term starts. But just to be remembered, I finished my second term in May, means actually i should have three and half months for holiday. Awkay, i took the first two months for my short term, which is quite a mistake. Less holiday, less lesson, more fatigue, more exhaustion, more pressure.

And after that short term have finished, I am still, perfectly bullied by the presure of organizing every single events made by my department. I know, I can't grumbling all days. But dfuhwrfirwbjdzbvywefirufskdefg87e. I am tucked up.

It's just one activity that I enjoy to do during this pseudo-holiday. Which is singing. We'll be continuously practicing since our concert is getting closer. And yaap, today we're going to have a rehearsal for our display in front of freshmen's choir this following Sunday.

Well, i much prefer being at home all day long, doing chores. So i can have clean house, less money to spent, and fresher. *giggles*

Kay, I gotta finish all these task and go to campus, to administer my files for going to TMUN. Malaysia, wait for me.