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”
Most of the time, during this summer break (which actually comes to an end), I had my brain full of thoughts. I have to think about how the algorithm should do, and what parameter can be embedded in the current algorithm, so that it could improve the performance of the current algorithm. Thinking of it makes my brain feels like a tangled threads. Algorithm seems simple to understand but it hard to code for an amateur like me. I have to struggle and face every letter, word, and syntax which adjusted to make the computational procedures is understandable for the machine (software).
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I send you my warm greeting from Taipei, Taiwan. 😀 I would like to share some of my experiences (and thoughts) during my stay in Taiwan to study. The very beginning, before I start to write this article, I surfed the website and tried to look for suitable quotes related to this article (that I’m going to write), and somehow, I got attracted with this quote from lyrics2liveby.com :
In the end, they’ll judge me anyway, so whatever.
Well, it’s been 3 years (and still counting) since the first time I live in Taiwan to study abroad. Living away from your beloved family (especially, when it was the first time ever for those who never live away from their family) is indeed very tough. It will never be as easy as how it looks. No wonder, some people might think that study abroad is somehow very cool, interesting, and such an incredible experience, but some people might think otherwise. Some of those who think otherwise usually because they tend to “judge” the country (where is your study abroad destination? Europe? USA? Asia?). Whatsoever how good your university destination based on a “university world ranking”, all that matter is your destination country. Hence, somehow I deplore that way-of-thinking. Continue reading “Challenges of Study Abroad”