Lunch and Share

Glasgow weather today was looooovely. Plus, We have a cool schedule at noon. Today, Me, Eva and Maya cooked some Indonesian dishes and invited our friend at the university. Most of them are our classmate at Media Management course. And the rest, Jakub and John are Stella’s friend. We’ve met them at Stella’s friend on a Chinese new year dinner couple weeks ago. The -super fun- … Continue reading Lunch and Share

New Opportunity for Ads: Facebook Quiz

I played 2 quizzes on Facebook on 10 minutes. I don’t always do quiz on Facebook but I found it interesting when I saw my friend shared a quiz about geography. “Do You know where is Transylvania?” the post said. I was quite curious, I clicked the link and answered 30 questions that challenged me on my knowledge about geography. It was fun, at my … Continue reading New Opportunity for Ads: Facebook Quiz

A Piece of Story: Being Minority

It’s clearly not an issue to perform praying in public spaces in Indonesia. Schools, offices, karaoke places, even gas stations provided a ‘dedicated’ space for Muslims to do the praying.    , Unfortunately, it’s not applicable somewhere else, where Muslims is minority.  Couple days ago, I had a meeting at Medical School. It was nearly 1.30pm, and I just have another 30 minutes before the next class, … Continue reading A Piece of Story: Being Minority

Silento: New Forms of Gangnam Style

First time I heard the name of Silento was when I watched the video of 11 years old girl dancing with his father on Ellen Show. I saw the video on YouTube, which at this time, has been viewed by more than 13 million times. The girl, named Austynn Samarco created the video of her dancing like Silento where in the middle of the video, … Continue reading Silento: New Forms of Gangnam Style