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Bakmi Subuh, Most Recommended Noodles in West Borneo


Basically the noodles is a staple food of the world. Noodles made from flour milled and processed at the start in the basic shapes to elongated and also with a great variety of forms. Noodles is famous for its long straight though Noodles are also in the form of a …

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”Bonntianak”, stories about Bonn and Pontianak


By Carina Lang * The book Bonntianak Eine Freundschaft zwischen Bonn und Pontianak was published in 2016 by TOP Indonesia in Pontianak. It was written by Mrs. Dwi Syafriyanti, edited by her husband Mr. Nur Iskandar and supervised by Mrs. Yanti Mirdayanti. The book consists of several short stories in …

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Traditional Market “Pasar Flamboyan”

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By: Carina Lang * On Friday morning, 3/9/2018, I went for the first time to a traditional market in Indonesia and that is what my new article will be about. I will try to give a summary of what I saw, smelled, heard and felt at the market and compare …

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Chinese New Year and Field Trip to Singkawang

Carina with a red lantern in Singkawang

By Carina Lang Dear reader, today’s article will be about Chinese New Year and more specifically about the way Chinese New Year is celebrated in Indonesia. To learn more about this local festivity and why people in Indonesia celebrate it, I went on a short field trip to Singkawang last …

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Impression of Indonesia, particularly of Pontianak


By Carina Lang Dear reader, today I want to write about my first impression of Indonesia, particularly of Pontianak. Saya sudah menulis artikelnya dalam Bahasa Inggris karena saya masih pemula dengan Bahasa Indonesia. I hope this does not affect your interest in any way. In this article I would like …

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Why i write

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By: Rahayu I am writing for calming my soul. I was born in perfect family. With mom, dad, and my big sister who love me so much. But then they got divorced. No. They ‘re not wrong. I’m sure they had no plans to get married then get disvorced. I’m …

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Writings, Diction and Me

Writings, diction, and me

Writings, diction, and me By: Annisa Adawiyah Aqilah I was born and surrounded in a family that likes to read. Ever since I can read, my grandpa told me to read a book a day and retelling it to someone. I have read novels, newspapers, comic, and even my mom’s …

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Why is it so hard to start writing?


By: Irma Fitriani Human has special ability to utter their thoughts and ideas in spesific ways. One of them is by writing. Academically and journalistically, writing is viewed as a good activity because it helps people to construct idea systimatically, picturize their actions, opinions, and views which can be shared, …

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Writing as a Bridge

Writing as a Bridge

By: Venessa Theonia Becoming a student of life—that has been a principal I abide by. I am extremely passionate in improving myself and gaining insight is the best way to achieve that. I read numerous books—both fiction and non-fiction. I watch educational videos every single day. I enroll im seminars …

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Writing is an Act of Worshi

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Witten By : Nurhani Gusrini (Bunga) “I do not create Jin and Man, but to worship Me.” so God affirms our role of life in this world as embodied in the holy book of the Qur’an surah Adz-Dzariat: 56. I deeply immersed myself into thoughts, without realizing that this life …

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