Thursday, 18 May 2017

Being Grateful

Most people forget to be grateful of what they have. They always looking for the next step without realizing that they have what someone is hardlt looking for. People waste their food, while in another part of the world there is someone who starving to death.

This week, I'm being grateful to my family and friends, that without them, my life can't be just like now.

Learning From Nature

Nature. When that word heard by you, what do you think? When I hear that word, I always thinking of plants, animal, garden, forrest, and more. Nature is very important for our life on this earth. Without nature, we can't breath, without nature, we can't eat, without nature, we can't drink, and without nature, we can't last long living on this earth.

Nowdays, people are growing, their mindset also growing time by the time. Many technology they invented to help their everyday life. They use nature to make them statisfied. They take nature's resources to make wealth. It's okay to take what's from nature, but people usually take it and not give anything for nature.

People cut trees and not plants them again, people take gold, coal, sand, and after they statisfied, they do nothing to repair what they destroy from nature. If act like this keep going, our existence is being endangered. We endanger our next generation just to make our generation statisfied.

Today, there are many species that extinct because our greed to take everything from nature. The global warming is also the threat that haunt our life. Polution, especially air polution is a usual thing in many city.

Some people try to make our life more nature-friendly. But most time we don't want to sacrifice what we have now to make our next generation live peacefully. If we take just what we need from nature, we can live peacefully without much threat haunt us.

Cross Word Puzzle

1.     hair with synthetic materials.
2.    When the ball entered the goalpost.
3.    Places that have a lot of animal.
4.    Engine that used by an airplane.
6.    The Earth's natural satellite.
7.    Eye function.
8.    synonyms affection.
10.  Country in the Caribbean islands.
11.   Russia citizen.
12.   Safe, peaceful,calm.
15.   Now is 2017.
17.   Kind of drink
18.  A recessed, coastal body of water that directly connects to a larger main body of water, such as an ocean.
19.  tool to lock and unlock.
21.   Earth atmosphere.
23.  Antonym of “Last”

1.             divider separating the room.
2.            every country should have.
5.            An animal that used to pull the carts.
9.            the word is a combination of several ...
10.          Another  word of pig.
13.           10.49 AM .
14.          Atomic number 54.
16.          Another word of big mouse.
18.         Another word of undo.
20.          Method or how something is done or how it happens.
22.          Submerged ridge of rock or coral near the surface of the water.
24.          Small piece or quantity of something.

Tuesday, 4 April 2017



Dewa athena is a sport event in SMA 3 Bandung that held anually. This year, Dewa Athena is held for the ninth time. There are many kind of sport in this event, such as basketball, dogeball, volley, futsal, badminton, and other sport. This event held for 10 and 11 grade student. The 11 grader play on Thursday, 23 March, until 24 March, and for the 10 grader the event held on Saturday, 25 March and 1 April. My class play on Saturday, 25 April, and continued to 1 April, but my class can’t pass it to final. The final will be held on Saturday, April 8 2017.

            I can’t come to dewa athena because my grandmother passed away, so I have to go to palembang with my family. I took the plane from Bandung on Friday, 31 of March and arrive in palembang at 6 pm. We waited for my sister in the airport, because she is not in the same plane with us. From the airport, we go to the hospital. At 10 pm we go to the hotel and take a rest. The next day we attend the burrial of my grandmother and then we visit some our relatives that live in Palembang. We came to hotel at 9 pm and take a rest. On Sunday, we have a breakfast in hotel and we check out at 11 am, we have lunch and go to the airport at half past ome. Our flight to bandung is at 3.05 pm and my sister flight to jakarta is at half past two. I arrive in my house at 6 pm because of bad weather in bandung.                                                                                                           

Tuesday, 10 January 2017

Year End Holiday

the school holiday has just ended and I want to share my last holiday experience. so, my last holiday was lasted about 3 weeks. and I spent 2 weeks of my holiday at home watching TV and playing games. when on holiday I usually wakes up at 5 to pray subuh and then go to sleep then waking up again at 7 in the morning. after that I take my breakfast, take a bath and do my routine activity : watching TV and playing games.

in the last week of my holiday I went to Lampung, I take a flight from soekarno-hatta airport in jakarta. lampung is the homeland of my grandparent, many of my extended family lives there. I went to lampung to visit my extended family.

beside visiting my extended family I went to some places there and explore some island nearby. some island near Lampung has a good view for snorkling. we take a boat to see some snorkling spot, and it takes one day just to visit 3 snorkling spot. in the afternoon I headed back to my hotel and taste some food there. 

the last day, me and my family look for some souvenirs to buy. and we headed to the airport and going home. and my holiday end because my school started the next day.

thats all of my short story about my short holiday.

Tuesday, 22 November 2016

BIOGRAPHY : Bill Gates

William Henry "Bill" Gates III (born October 28, 1955) is an American business magnate, investor, author and philanthropist. In 1975, Gates and Paul Allen co-founded Microsoft, which became the world's largest PC software company. During his career at Microsoft, Gates held the positions of chairman, CEO and chief software architect, and was the largest individual shareholder until May 2014. Gates has authored and co-authored several books.

Gates is one of the best-known entrepreneurs of the personal computer revolution. Gates has been criticized for his business tactics, which have been considered anti-competitive, an opinion that has in some cases been upheld by numerous court rulings. Later in his career Gates pursued a number of philanthropic endeavors, donating large amounts of money to various charitable organizations and scientific research programs through the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, established in 2000.

Gates stepped down as chief executive officer of Microsoft in January 2000. He remained as chairman and created the position of chief software architect for himself. In June 2006, Gates announced that he would be transitioning from full-time work at Microsoft to part-time work, and full-time work at the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. He gradually transferred his duties to Ray Ozzie (chief software architect) and Craig Mundie (chief research and strategy officer). Ozzie later left the company. Gates' last full-time day at Microsoft was June 27, 2008. He stepped down as chairman of Microsoft, in February 2014, taking on a new post as technology adviser to support newly appointed CEO Satya Nadella.

Gates was born in Seattle, Washington on October 28, 1955. He is the son of William H. Gates, Sr. and Mary Maxwell Gates. Gates' ancestral origin includes English, German, and Irish, Scots-Irish. His father was a prominent lawyer, and his mother served on the board of directors for First Interstate BancSystem and the United Way. Gates' maternal grandfather was JW Maxwell, a national bank president. Gates has one elder sister, Kristi (Kristianne), and one younger sister, Libby. He was the fourth of his name in his family, but was known as William Gates III or "Trey" because his father had the "II" suffix. Early on in his life, Gates' parents had a law career in mind for him. When Gates was young, his family regularly attended a church of the Congregational Christian Churches, a Protestant Reformed denomination. The family encouraged competition; one visitor reported that "it didn't matter whether it was hearts or pickleball or swimming to the dock ... there was always a reward for winning and there was always a penalty for losing".

At 13, he enrolled in the Lakeside School, a private preparatory school. When he was in the eighth grade, the Mothers Club at the school used proceeds from Lakeside School's rummage sale to buy a Teletype Model 33 ASR terminal and a block of computer time on a General Electric (GE) computer for the school's students. Gates took an interest in programming the GE system in BASIC, and was excused from math classes to pursue his interest. He wrote his first computer program on this machine: an implementation of tic-tac-toe that allowed users to play games against the computer. Gates was fascinated by the machine and how it would always execute software code perfectly. When he reflected back on that moment, he said, "There was just something neat about the machine." After the Mothers Club donation was exhausted, he and other students sought time on systems including DEC PDP minicomputers. One of these systems was a PDP-10 belonging to Computer Center Corporation (CCC), which banned four Lakeside students – Gates, Paul Allen, Ric Weiland, and Kent Evans – for the summer after it caught them exploiting bugs in the operating system to obtain free computer time.

At the end of the ban, the four students offered to find bugs in CCC's software in exchange for computer time. Rather than use the system via Teletype, Gates went to CCC's offices and studied source code for various programs that ran on the system, including programs in Fortran, Lisp, and machine language. The arrangement with CCC continued until 1970, when the company went out of business. The following year, Information Sciences, Inc. hired the four Lakeside students to write a payroll program in Cobol, providing them computer time and royalties. After his administrators became aware of his programming abilities, Gates wrote the school's computer program to schedule students in classes. He modified the code so that he was placed in classes with "a disproportionate number of interesting girls." He later stated that "it was hard to tear myself away from a machine at which I could so unambiguously demonstrate success." At age 17, Gates formed a venture with Allen, called Traf-O-Data, to make traffic counters based on the Intel 8008 processor. In early 1973, Bill Gates served as a congressional page in the U.S. House of Representatives.

Gates graduated from Lakeside School in 1973, and was a National Merit Scholar. He scored 1590 out of 1600 on the SAT and enrolled at Harvard College in the autumn of 1973, chose pre-law major but took most rigorous mathematics and graduate level computer science courses. While at Harvard, he met Steve Ballmer, who would later succeed Gates as CEO of Microsoft.


Gates studied the work of Andrew Carnegie and John D. Rockefeller, and in 1994, sold some of his Microsoft stock to create the "William H. Gates Foundation." In 2000, Gates and his wife combined three family foundations to create the charitable Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, which was identified by the Funds for NGOs company in 2013, as the world's wealthiest charitable foundation, with assets reportedly valued at more than $34.6 billion. The Foundation allows benefactors to access information that shows how its money is being spent, unlike other major charitable organizations such as the Wellcome Trust.

The foundation is organized into four program areas: Global Development Division, Global Health Division, United States Division, and Global Policy & Advocacy Division.

Gates has credited the generosity and extensive philanthropy of David Rockefeller as a major influence. Gates and his father met with Rockefeller several times, and their charity work is partly modeled on the Rockefeller family's philanthropic focus, whereby they are interested in tackling the global problems that are ignored by governments and other organizations. As of 2007, Bill and Melinda Gates were the second-most generous philanthropists in America, having given over $28 billion to charity. the couple plan to eventually donate 95 percent of their wealth to charity.

The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation supports the use of genetically modified organisms in agricultural development. Specifically, the foundation is supporting the International Rice Research Institute in developing Golden Rice, a genetically modified rice variant used to combat Vitamin A deficiency.

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Tuesday, 25 October 2016

Question About Rafflesia Arnoldi

1. When does a tiny bud forms outside the root or stem of its host?
     a. When Rafflesia arnoldi is ready to reproduce.
     b. When Rafflesia arnoldi is going to die.
     c. When Rafflesia arnoldi is attracting some flies.
     d. When Rafflesia arnoldi is just grow.
     e. When Rafflesia arnoldi is reproducing.

2. (1). Rafflesia has some clorophyl.
    (2). Rafflesia can grow anywhere
    (3). Rafflesia has root.
    (4). The scent in Rafflesia is for protecting themself.
     The true statment about Rafflesia are...
     a. 1 and 3
     b. 2 and 4
     c. 1, 2, and 3
     d. 4
     e. None of the above.

3. Why does Rafflesia can grow without leaves?
     a. Because it take food from soil.
     b. Because it is a parasite plant.
     c. Because it eat insect.
     d. Because it get food from animals that perch on it
     e. Because it get food from air and water.

4. Wich animal can help Rafflesia arnoldi to pollinate?
     1. Flies
     2. Elephant
     3. Bettle
     4. Bird

     a. 1 and 3
     b. 2 and 4
     c. 1,2, and 3
     d. 1,3, and 4
     e. 4

5. Wich flowers are called as Indonesia national flower?
     1. Moon Orchid
     2. Rafflesia arnoldi
     3. Black Orchid
     4. White Jasmine

     a. 1 and 3
     b. 1 and 2
     c. 3 and 4
     d. 2, 3, and 4
     e. 1, 2, and 4