Minggu, 08 Januari 2017

My Holiday

My Holiday


           This Year my holiday was not good, because this is the first semester since I was in SMAN 3 Bandung. I don’t know that this semester I got SP( Short Semester ). Short semester take a lot of my holiday. I got 3 Short Semester PKN, Math, Chemistry. This Short Semester take 3 weeks of my holiday,  I just got 1 week for rest.

            My holiday I spend with my friend and my cousin. I played CS Go with my friends Rizka, Alfari, Rizki, Raja. We play together, laugh together, and we build up team work in the game, we do this every day.                  ↘↘↘↘↘↘↘                                            ↙↙↙↙↙↙↙
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            Unfortunately my causin was sick and we bring her to hospital,her name was Desty. Almost one month she was in hospital, she must take the operation for her health. Until now she still in the hospital. 
                                             

            That was my holiday this year and I don’t want to get holiday like this again, I don’t want to see my causin in the hospital again. Hopefully next year (2017) I got a good holiday .

Minggu, 20 November 2016

Latihan Dasar Kepemimpinan Siswa (LDKS)

Hello readers........
Welcome back to my blog, today I will told you my experience about LDKS.

LDKS is an activity to build character of student. LDKS located in RINDAM III SLW. I was doing this activity for 3 days, for me 3 days was like 3 month because LDKS just like a military.

LDKS just like HELL, because we eat for 5 minute, we take a bath for 3 minute, and many more.

But I am grateful to have been attending this event, because this activity my character already changed. Not only the character's changed but we build an attitude of tolerance and discipline we also build a cooperative spirit.

The trainer in this activity was amazing. LDKS was a great experience, I will never forget this activity.

Minggu, 30 Oktober 2016

Biografy of Amazing People

Hello....! 
Welcome back to my blog. Today (31 October 2016) I will told you about B.J. Habibie Biography.

B.J. HABIBIE

Bacharuddin Jusuf Habibie was (born 25 June 1936) in Parepare, South Sulawesi Province to Alwi Abdul Jalil Habibie and R. A. Tuti Marini Puspowardojo. His father was an agriculturist from Gorontalo descent and his mother was a Javanese noblewoman from Yogyakarta. His parents met while studying in Bogor. Habibie's father died when he was 14 years old.

He was an Indonesian engineer who was President of Indonesia from 1998 to 1999. He succeeded Suharto, who resigned in 1998. His presidency is seen as a transition to the post-Suharto era. Upon becoming president, he liberalised Indonesia's press and political party laws, and held an early democratic election in 1999, which resulted in the end of his presidency. His presidency was the third, and the shortest, after independence.
Habibie started to study aviation and aerospace at the University of Delft (Netherlands) but for political reasons (West New Guinea dispute, which involved Netherlands and Indonesia), he had to continue his study in Aachen, Germany.
He was appointed a Fellow[1] of the Royal Academy of Engineering in 1990.
In 1960, Habibie received a degree in engineering in Germany, giving him the title Diplom-Ingenieur. He remained in Germany as aresearch assistant under Hans Ebner at the Lehrstuhl und Institut für Leichtbau, RWTH Aachen to conduct research for his doctoral degree.
In 1962, Habibie returned to Indonesia for three months on sick leave. During this time, he was reacquainted with Hasri Ainun, the daughter of R. Mohamad Besari. Habibie had known Hasri Ainun in childhood, junior high school and in senior high school at SMA Kristen Dago (Dago Christian Senior High School), Bandung. The two married on 12 May 1962, returning to Germany shortly afterwards. Habibie and his wife settled in Aachen for a short period before moving to Oberforstbach. In May 1963 they had a son, Ilham Akbar Habibie.
When Habibie's minimum wage salary forced him into part-time work, he found employment with the automotive marque Talbot, where he became an advisor. Habibie worked on two projects which received funding from Deutsche Bundesbahn.
Due to his work with Makosh, the head of train constructions offered his position to Habibie upon retirement three years later, but Habibie refused.
In 1965, Habibie delivered his thesis in aerospace engineering and received the grade of "very good" for his dissertation, giving him the title Doktor der Ingenieurwissenschaften. During the same year, he accepted Hans Ebner's offer to continue his research onThermoelastisitas and work toward his Habilitation, but he declined the offer to join RWTH as a professor per se. His thesis about light construction for supersonic or hypersonic states also attracted offers of employment from companies such as Boeing and Airbus, which Habibie again declined.

Habibie did accept a position with Messerschmitt-Bölkow-Blohm in Hamburg. There, he developed theories on thermodynamics, construction, and aerodynamics known as the Habibie Factor, Habibie Theorem, and Habibie Method, respectively. He worked for Messerschmit on the development of the Airbus A-300B aircraft. In 1974, he was promoted to vice president of the company.
In 1974, Suharto recruited Habibie to return to Indonesia as part of Suharto's drive to industrialize and develop the country. Habibie initially served as a special assistant to Ibnu Sutowo, the CEO of state oil company Pertamina. Two years later, in 1976, Habibie was made Chief Executive Officer of the new state-owned enterprise Industri Pesawat Terbang Nusantara (IPTN). (In 1985, PT. Nurtanio changed its name to Indonesian Aviation Industry and is now known as Indonesian Aerospace (Dirgantara)). In 1978, he was appointed as Minister of Research and Technology. He continued to play an important role in IPTN other "strategic" industries in this post. By the 1980s, IPTN had grown considerably, specializing in the manufacture of helicopters and small passenger planes; by 1991, Habibie oversaw ten state-owned industries including ship- and train-building, steel, arms, communications, and energy.A 1993 estimate determined that the estimates used nearly $2 billion a year in state funding, although the government's opaque accounting practices meant that the size of the industries was not completely known.
Habibie became a pilot, assisted in his training by A.B. Wolff, former chief of staff of the Dutch Air Force. In 1995, he flew an N-250 (dubbed Gatotkoco) commuter plane.

In developing Indonesia's aviation industry, he adopted an approach called "Begin at the End and End at the Beginning". In this method, elements such as basic research became the last things upon which to focus, whilst actual manufacturing of the planes was placed as the first objective. Under Habibie's leadership, IPTN became a manufacturer of aircraft including Puma helicopters and CASA planes. It pioneered a small passenger airplane, the N-250 Gatokaca, in 1995, but the project was a commercial failure.
I take this Biography from https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/B._J._Habibie if you want to check the full information click that link.
Hope you enjoy reading B.J. Habibie Biography.
Thanks........


Place I Want To Visit

Hello....!
welcome back to my blog, today I will tell you a place that I want to visit.
In the end of my blog I will give you some question.
Hope you enjoy......


KEPULAUAN RAJA AMPAT

Raja Ampat Islands is a series of four adjacent islands located in the western part of the Bird's Head (Vogelkoop) Papua Island. Administratively, this cluster is under Raja Ampat, West Papua province. The islands are now a destination for divers who are interested in the beauty of the underwater scenery. Four islands that are members named by the four biggest islands, namely Pulau Waigeo, Misool Island, Salawati Island and Island Batanta.

Why I chose Raja Ampat, because in Raja Ampat the scenery was very beautiful. This the picture



Raja Ampat Islands is a place that has the potential to serve as a tourist attraction, especially dive travel. Raja Ampat Islands waters according to various sources, is one of the 10 best waters for diving sites around the world. In fact, it may also be recognized as number one for the completeness of underwater flora and fauna at this time.

Dr. John Veron, coral experienced experts from Australia, for example, in a site it is revealed, the Raja Ampat Islands located at the westernmost tip of the island of Papua, about 50 miles northwest of Sorong, the region has the best reefs in Indonesia. About 450 species of coral had been identified during the two weeks of research in that area.

The expert team from Conservation International, The Nature Conservancy, and the National Institute of Oceanography (LON) Indonesian Institute of Sciences (LIPI) once rapid assessments in 2001 and 2002. As a result, they note in these waters there are more than 540 kinds of hard corals (75% of the total species in the world), more than 1,000 species of reef fish, 700 species of molluscs, and the highest record for gonodactyloid stomatopod crustaceans. It makes 75% of the world's coral species are in Raja Ampat. None of the places with the same area has a number of coral species as much as this.

There are some reefs are still very good condition with the percentage of live coral cover up to 90%, ie in Dampier Strait (strait between the island and the island Waigeo Batanta), Kofiau Islands, archipelagic Southeast Misool and Wayag Islands. Types of coral reefs in Raja Ampat is generally a fringing reef with the contours of steep ramps up. But it also found the type of atoll and the type of burns or taka. In some places like the village Saondarek, when the lowest tides, coral reefs can be seen without a dive and with his own adaptation, corals can still be alive despite being in the open air and exposed to direct sunlight.

Unique species that can be found when diving is some kind of dwarf sea horse, wobbegongs, fish and manta rays. Also there are endemic fish Raja Ampat, namely Eviota king, which is a kind of fish gobbie. At Manta Point which is located in Dampier strait Arborek, you can dive in the company of some tail Manta Rays benign like when you dive in Derawan Islands, East Kalimantan. If you dive at Cape Kri or Chicken Reef, you can be surrounded by thousands of fish. Sometimes a collection of tuna, giant trevallies and snappers. But stressful if we are surrounded by a collection of barracuda, even though it is relatively harmless (which is dangerous if we see a solitary barracuda or alone). Reef sharks are also frequently seen, and if you are lucky you can also see turtles were quietly eating sponge or swim around you. In some places like in Salawati, Batanta and Waigeo also seen Dugong or mermaid.

Because the area of ​​many islands and narrow straits, then most of the dive at a particular time has a strong current. It is also possible to do a drift dive, dive, following the strong current with very clear water as he broke through schools of fish.

Now question time!

1.  Why does many divers come to raja ampat?
     a. Because the beauty of under water scenery.
     b. Because Raja Ampat Islands is a place that has the potential to serve as a tourist attraction.
     c. Because the beauty of the island
     d. Because of its climate
     e. Because the flight tickets was very cheap

2. How many island that are members of the biggest islands?
     a. 3
     b. 7
     c. 6
     d. 4
     e. 10

3. Who was the coral experienced experts from Australia?
     a. Dr. John F.
     b. Drs. Veronica
     c. Dr. Denis F.
     d. Drs. Denia
     e. Dr. John Veron

4. How many types of coral that had been identified during the two weeks of research in Raja Ampat?
     a. 540
     b. 450
     c. 1000
     d. 700
     e. 360

5. What is the name of the endemic fish of Raja Ampat?
     a. Dwarf sea horses
     b. Wobbegong
     c. Eviota raja
     d. Manta rays
     e. Dugong

The correct answer of this question was:
1. A
2. D
3. E
4. B
5. C

Hope you enjoy reading and ansewing my question.
Thats all for today.
Thank you.........


Minggu, 16 Oktober 2016

Story Telling

Hello....!
Welcome back to my blog. Today I will tell you about the moral from some story that my friend (fachri,dara,maisa) told.

First, my story"The Foolish Donkey"
The moral value from my story was when we do a job we should not cheat because

Second, fachri story"3 Little Pig"
The moral value from his story was any hard work will definitely be a good impact both for themselves and others

Third, Dara story"👇👇👇👇👇"

Princes Rose and the Golden Bird

The moral vakue from her story was do not be desperate and mate definitely met

Last, Maisa's story was "Thumbelina"
The moral value from her story was some day you will meet your shoulmate

So... thats all for today and don't forget to check the other story from my friend.
Thank you......

Minggu, 02 Oktober 2016

ANNOUNCEMENT

Hello.......
Welcome back to my blog, today I will show you an Announcement that I made.

ATTENTION PLEASE!

      Our school will hold a cycling event which be held on 25 September 2017 to celebrate Bandung 201 anniversary. There are a variety of activities like a parade around the city, performing arts, bike decorating contest, and many more.

       For those studens who are interested to participate this event, registration will be opened on 20-24 September 2017. Registration is FREE and there will be lots of prizes that waiting fo you

       For more invormation can contact the council committee.

If you want to see the video you can open this site 👉 https://youtu.be/nr746HifJaY . Don't forget to like and subscribe.
Thank you.......

Senin, 26 September 2016

MEGANTARA

                                                       Festival Budaya MEGANTARA


       Megantara is a festival from SMAN 3 Bandung that lift the local culture in Indonesia. Megantara was held at 10 september 2016, many interested culture in MENGANTARA. Now I will tell you about my activity on 10 september 2016 from morning to night. Enjoy.....



       10 September 2016, today was MEGANTARA festival held. I wake up at 6:00 am when my father and my mother preparing to go to work. I'm waiting for my cousin to come to my home, my cousin name was Agrian he studied at SMAN 5 Bandung. My cousin and I waited while eating at home because MEGANTARA opened during daytime. At 10:30 AM my cousin and I went to MEGANTARA by motorcycle, on the way to MEGANTARA we stuck becaus traffic jam. In MEGANTARA many stand that
featuring a variety of Indonesian culture, we waited there until night come. 
       When night come situation in MEGANTARA was change because the cool performance was come. 
So that was my story when I was at MEGANTARA, sorry that I couldn't continued the story because
my computer was error. That all from me, Thanks....