Kebiasaan Menulis yang Miris


Halo!~

Ceritanya hari ini saya ingin berbagi pengalaman dan pandangan saya tentang keterampilan menulis. Saya bukan penulis profesional, dan bahkan masih jauh dari kata mampu untuk menulis dengan baik. Tetapi pengalaman yang ingin saya bagi di sini, juga merupakan suatu pengalaman yang membuat saya jadi berkaca, dan mencoba memperbaiki diri. Saya setuju dengan quote dari Andy Andrews:

Experience is not the best teacher. Other people’s experience is the best teacher.

Pengalaman saya kali ini terinspirasi setelah saya mencoba membaca tulisan ilmiah dari rekan saya. Kaget, namun sekaligus membuat saya mengevaluasi diri saya yang juga masih banyak sekali kekurangan.

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A Chapter of Eid Al Fitr in Taiwan


On the last day of Ramadhan, I still spend the night with my friend to discuss about research paper. Yes, my everyday always be filled by anything related to research. While usually other people (Indonesian.red) spend their last Ramadhan in their hometown and get together with their families. Yeah, it’s the fate of overseas students like me. 😅

Today is the day of Eid Al Fitr. The glorious day for all moslem in the world after 1 month of fasting in the month of Ramadhan. Continue reading “A Chapter of Eid Al Fitr in Taiwan”

The 2016 Tang Prize Award Ceremony


Hi!

Today, I’d like to share a short but priceless experience from last Sunday, September 25, 2016.

It was happened suddenly when my friend was asking me to find some Indonesian friends to attend an award ceremony, so called Tang Prize Award Ceremony. Firstly, I didn’t know what kind of award it is. However, I knew it is kind of research award, eventually. I attended the award ceremony without any thought, because this was my first time to attend such a prestigious award ceremony, in a huge auditorium, and wearing such a formal suit. Thus, I have no idea at all. All that I know was that I need to be well-behave. haha 😀

It is such an honor to have an opportunity and be a part of this prestigious award ceremony. Wait! No! Of course, I’m not the awardee, but just an attendee in this event. 😀 Finally, I knew that The Tang Prize is a form of Samuel Yin’s concerns and commitment to education. His father often said that life should not be measured by wealth, but by our contributions to others and providing greater access to knowledge and insights to make the better world. Continue reading “The 2016 Tang Prize Award Ceremony”