I don’t want a lot for Christmas
There’s just one thing I need
I don’t care about the presents
Underneath the Christmas tree
I just want you for my own
More than you could ever know
Make my wish come true
All I want for Christmas is…
DECEMBERis lifeless without christmas and of course holiday! ^^
Remember my last christmas- the first christmas I’ve ever spent in London without my family- me and my newcastle friends had fine dining, attended christmas mass in Westminster Abbey, and shopped till drop the next morning on boxing day. This is the most vibrant christmas I’ve ever had!!
Yet this christmas, warm and calm, spending holiday with my family in tropical country. With my bro and cousin, we decorated a christmas tree in my aunt’s house.
Not a fake christmas tree! hehe
Taking crazy photo-shoots with my best friends!
I’m so glad to be back home. And still got a chance to enjoy both experiences.
Merry christmas everyone and happy holiday!!! Cheers!
Dedicated to Karrent, Komo and Orys who were born on november. Wishing you guys a very great birthday!!!
Birthday Card for Karrent
A banana symbolizes a smile
Birthday Card for Orys
Seven things that Orys likes.
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THE NEW election for the president of Indonesian Students’ Society in Newcastle is coming! It means the duty of PPI committee 2010-2011 has been completed. One year passed, I gained lots of experiences organizing and performing the Indonesian activities especially relates with Indonesian culture and traditions.
Examples of articles about culture activities 2010-2011:
– Traditional Indonesian Costumes Fashion Show in Globemania, Northumbria University
– Indonesian Performance in International Festival of Arts and Music “IFAM
-Come Dine with Me, “Indonesia, Ultimate Diversity”
creating the certificate that is distributed to the member of PPI
-with Millenium bridge background as a symbol of the toon
Passion + Opportunity= Action
EVERYTHING starts from small step. Passion in dancing leads me taking part in Indonesian dance & music performances that were held in Newcastle. As an active performer and committee, I’m always keen to introduce Indonesian culture and heritage. We have been invited to participate in events held by Northumbria Uni, Newcastle Uni, Northern Gamelans in Gateshead, London Embassy and other cities in United Kingdom. Moreover, we’ve got the chance to host our own event as a part of Culture Challenge Project Come Dine with Me.
I’ve recruited to lead the creative team producing the marketing tools to promote the event, such as: the poster, flyer, ticket and merchandises.The concept is inviting people to take adventure in the journey to taste and feel the uniqueness of Indonesian cuisine,dances and music instruments.
Exploring the uniqueness of Indonesia that are illustrated by the examples of Indonesian cultural elements and traditions, such as: wayang (puppets), Monas (National Monument), Angklung (traditional instruments), etc.
The clothes shaped raffle ticket consists of two parts.
The upper part can be kept by visitor as a gift.
Lower part is draw for prizes.