Inspiring Person

Helen Keller Helen Adams Keller Born: June 27th, 1880 Tuscumbia, Alabama Died: June 1st, 1968 (age 87) Easton, Connecticut Job: Writer, Activist, Lecturer
She was born normally in Tuscumbia, Alabama in 1880. At the age of 19 months, she was attacked by a disease that caused her to be blind and deaf. She becomes frustrated by the difficulty of communicating, often angry, and difficult to teach. At the age of 7, her parents trusted Anne Sullivan to become Hellen's personal tutor and mentor. Anne holds Helen's hand underwater and with sign language, she says "W-A-T-E-R" on the other hand. When Helen holds the ground, Annie says "G-R-O-U-N-D" and this is done 30 words per day. Helen was taught to read through Braille until she understood what the mean. Helen writes, "I remember the most important day in my whole life when my teacher, Anne Mansfield Sullivan, came to me." Diligently, Annie taught Helen to speak through her mouth, so Helen said, "…


SAND CAT Sand Cat is the only cat living foremost in true deserts. The original habitat of this cat is in the desert of the North African region, Middle East, Central and Southwest Asia. Since 2002 this cat has been listed as Near Threatened by IUCN. Adult Sand Cat will only reach a body length of 42-57 cm and body weight that only reaches 2-3 kg. It's cool that these cats can survive in their habitat with a smaller body than other wildlife cats like lion and tiger.
Classification Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Chordata Class: Mammals Ordo: Carnivore Family: Felidae Genus: Felis Species: Felis Margarita
Life Cycle Just like other cats, Sand Cats have the same life cycle. Newborn kitten will grow into a kitten, then a kitten will grow into an adult cat. Then adult Sand Cat will proliferate and give birth to a kitten.
Uniqueness The Sand Cat is the only normal size cat Gen That Can Survive in the Desert. It's because the physical condition of their legs and ears are favorable. The palm's f…

My Last Holiday

Haii good people!!! I want to tell you about my last holiday that I spent in Garut.

Last month, My big family and I went to Garut to spent our holiday. We gathering at my Grandma's house, then we left at afternoon by 2 car and arrived at evening. We rented a rented house belongs to local people. The house is cozy enough with a cheap price :D

When we arrived, first we took a break and had a dinner. Then we went to Surya Alam Warm Waterpool. The place was very cozy. We swam and played a lot. The water was warm, it's not so cold and not so hot. The place also not too crowded. After play enough, we went home (I mean the rented house) at 9.30 pm. In the morning, we went to Darajat Pass. The place was very crowded. And the water was hot, I didn't like it. So I just swam for a while. Next we went to ate meatballs. The weather was very hot plus the spicy meatball made sweat and snot running. After that, we went to shop some souvenirs. My Mom bought a bag while I didn't b…


Boscha Observatory
Haiiii people!!! Me and my friend, Yasmin, have a recommended place to visit. It's Boscha Observatory. Curious? Go check out the video on:

Amazing Thing Around The World

Colosseum is a building that became one of the mainstay tourist attraction in Rome. The Colosseum was built in the Vespasian government in AD 72 and was completed by his son Titus in 80 AD. The Colosseum is also called the Flavian Amphitheater. Colosseum has a height of 48 meters with a length of 188 meters and 156 meters wide. the entire building area is 2.5 ha. arena floor is made of wood and covered by sand.

Colosseum used to be used for gladiatorial games, either between people and people, as well as people with animals, the execution of prisoners, and also used as a performance venue. It is said that the Colosseum is the largest open air and has been established UNESCO into the World Heritage Site and became one of 7 Wonders of The World.

Once inside the Colosseum complex, we are greeted by arch of constantine view with an iron fence around it. Perhaps because it is a protected building, a fence is built to avoid further damage. From this "gateway" we can immedia…

My Own Journal

Gathapraya is a cultural festival held by SMAN 3 Bandung annually. It's the fourth after Matswapati in 2014, Gamarvani in 2015, and Megantara in 2016. Gathapraya has been done on Saturday, 30th September 2017. This event brings the theme of traditional culture with the aim of introducing traditional culture to society especially young generation. Collaborating traditional culture with modern culture is one of the committee's efforts.
The event starts with a parade from Saparua field to Bali field. The parade followed by 10th grade students of SMAN 3 Bandung wearing traditional clothes. The opening is done by The Head of Tourism Department of West Java Province at 12 pm, followed singing Indonesia Raya 3 stanza. Then there are some appearance from extracurricular in SMAN 3 Bandung. In the evening, the Governor of West Java Province, Ahmad Heryawan, took time to see this event. The event continues with Wayang Golek Giri Harja. Then there is a sand painting show by Vina…

Talking about Holiday Plan

Raisa: "Hi Yasmin! We will be on holiday soon! I'm very impatient waiting for that moment! by the way what will you do during the next holiday?"
Yasmin: "Hi Raisa! My holiday plan is to keep learning about lessons and live the day as usual. But sometimes maybe I will play with my two best friends."
Raisa: "How diligent you are."
Yasmin: "Thanks Raisa. And what about you? What is your holiday plan?"
Raisa: "I'm going to spend my holiday at my grandma's house. There will be my cousins too. So I think it will be fun"
Yasmin: "You're lucky to visit your grandma's house. I can't visit my grandma's house because my grandma's house is so far away. It's on Palembang, South Sumatra."
Raisa: "Wow, how far it is. My grandma's house is on Cilengkrang, i can get there by motorcycle. Hey, sorry but i have to go, see u later!"
Yasmin: "See u later!"