Thursday, October 22, 2009

Quick Post [19]

OMG!!! I am soooo sorry for the lack of updates...:'(
I have exams next week, and also so many assignments I haven't preapared :'( GOSH. please wish me some luck, peeps! :)

I was going to put photos on this post, but something went wrong with my notebook... :'(

err... will have to contact you later...

c u.,... :)

Saturday, October 10, 2009

Yummy Valley :)

Ngarai Sianok, Indonesia....


The Sianok Canyon is a valley, located in the center area of Bukittinggi city, West Sumatra province, Indonesia.
The view is to die for!
About Ngarai Sianok/Sianok Canyon
A tourist testimony
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Hi, guuyyysss!!! *big grin* I've just won a kind of Stylish-Photos Competition held by MrFreddy Vintage Clothing this month. So yesterday, I got this suuupppeeerrr cool studded clutch!

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I was wearing it out today.

Black tees, Black oversized cropped jacket, DIY ripped jeans, studded clutch, statement necklace, random statement rings
Do visit his store HERE



Anyway, I hang out with my mom today. We went out to a shopping mall. Having some frozen yoghurt [the toppings were : almond, peach, chocholate cookies, and strawberry]. Then, we had Chicken Noodle, Es Campur [Ice Campur], and Pempek for dinner. Yum!! Indonesion foods are awesome!

Tuesday, October 6, 2009

Race on Fall [17]

Have you heard about the earthquake, recently happened a lot in Asia? Did you see Padang on Twitter's trending topics recently? Do you know where is Padang? Padang is located in Sumatra, an island in which I sleep and live. Padang located a few thousands miles from my city, and I have relatives there. I feel awfully fortunate that my city is fine and stand still. But at the same time, I feel terible everytime I remember that Padang is not fine. There are still a lot of people trying to find their families there. A lot of people found death. Breathless. Wounded. *I dont think that I am strong enough to talk about it now.

I was born in Indonesia. I live there. I grow up, learn, eat, and blogs in Indonesia. And I know what you might have heard about my hometown from the news. But I'm happy here. I'm happy because my Indonesia can accept me as myself. Because, here, It is okay whether you are Moslem, Christian, Buddha, or whatever you believed. It is okay whether you are black or white. No matter where you're from, people will still be nice to you. You can still have a lot of friends, even if you're Chinesee, Japaneese, American, Korean, whatever.

I know that you might have heard bad things about my country. But have you been here? Have you see the beaches? the mountains? the valleys? Do you know how beautifull they are?

Yes. We have earthquakes. Yes. We are not a rich country. But we are open-minded enough to not taking people for granted, to not judge a person based on his religion or where he's from or even his skin tone.

Yes. We have values and manners that are different from most of others. But what's wrong with that? We still think that killing people is not right and need to be punished. We still think that you may not hurt other living creatures. So, what's wrong if we have a different views on certain things?

I appreciate differences. Do you?

P.S Please. don't take it personally. I never mean anything bad. It's just I'm so very very sad about what happened in my life recently.
I am so sorry for any mistakes, any bad words, any rudeness. I didn't do it in purpose. I still love you, and going to post fashion stuffs soon.

LOVE,

Thursday, October 1, 2009

World Heritage [16]


Batik Dress, White jacket, Black tights, Black boots

Today, I wear Batik to celebrate Batik Day. Indonesian batik has been added by UNESCO as one of its World Heritage list. Happy Batik Day, all!!
It would be impossible to visit or live in Indonesia and not be exposed to one of the country's most highly developed art forms, batik. On your first visit to a batik store or factory you will undoubtedly experience an overwhelming stimulation of the senses - due to the many colors, patterns and the actual smell of batik. Only through repeated visits and a bit of study will the types of designs and their origins become apparent. Read More

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