Sabtu, 04 Juni 2016

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In Humanities Faculty, there are some majors, and one of it is the  Japanese Literature. Now, we are going to talk about the lecturer and as well as the coordinator of the study program of Japanese Literature, a strong woman, tough, and of course beautiful that is  Idah Hamidah sensei. She studying graduated from Padjajaran University in Jatinangor take study literature program and then pursue the master degree at Indonesia University in Jakarta take linguistics subject. She move to Purwokerto on December 2004 assigned as a civil servant. Previously, she was teaching at the Faculty of Political (FISIP) before on the move to the Humanities Faculty (FIB) on May 2005.

In addition to her profession as a housewife and lecturer, mom with two children are also giving or involved in other information in the campus as source as well as counselors to student. One event is successful we interviewed, which are about student activities (PKM). On Friday, the college of humanities at one of the room are often used for seminars and socialization in the bulding of our faculty. The participants and guests many come from among the students.

Mothers who comes from the sundanese had argue to us last week, about student, she said  that student is a human gifted naturally with the process.  We had recorded some reviews on the socialization of the last Friday. And we all must know, that student activities by five of which is quite important and interesting, as follows :

·         PKM K ( Entrepreneurial) The students were given cash capital of twelve millions in one proposal.

·         PKM T  (The Application of Technology )

·         PKM C  (Find The Discovery)

·         PKM M (Commitments to teach) in elementary, junior, or senior high school

·         PKM P   (Research) This activities which is able to replace the thesis need not thesis, this activity is given credit and on the move by some institutions.

Here this a student who managed to pass the selection of students activities (PKM) in guided by Idahsenseiandconcidence comes from study program is japanese literature too ;

·         PKM P, The research from Humanities  Faculty, the proposal is about how to defend characters of Java High School level

·         PKM M, In the field service Teaching in an orphanage, in Kaliputih Purwokerto

·         PKM M, Community in Cilacap, Emprower teens to greet the day of independence of Indonesia.

We have managed to summarize the results of talks through the interview, that interest studentsini this activities is commitments to the community by teaching elementary, junior and senior high school. It proves that Idah sensei not just a lecturer, a very strong woman and beautiful, but she managed to guide her students deliver in a positive direction through some socialization and students activities.

Selasa, 24 Mei 2016



Cancer is such a dreadful disease, indiscriminate in its choice of victim, choosing with aplomb regardless of age, gender, or status. There are a myriad of stories behind the tragedy and many of them remain untold.

In The Fault In Our Stars by John Green, he builds a story out of darkness and despair. He takes the tragedy of cancer and immerses us in the lives of characters that could very well be real. Many know of the heartaches in dealing with those who fight the fight, and many of those scars last a lifetime. He brings his story in the form of a teen girl, Hazel Lancaster. Stricken with cancer from a young age, she believes she has come to terms with what her life has become. Then she meets a young man, Augustus Waters, a survivor of cancer. He is drawn to her in a way that is initially uncomfortable, and as she tries to push him away in her sarcastic vein, he finds her to be exactly the type of girl he has been looking for. Throughout the story there is a beauty and humor, a 'candle in the wind' for each of those whose lives have been touched by such an uncaring disease. For cancer touches not just the victim but all those who love and are in anyway touched by them.

Be prepared for a story of romance and anger, excitement and humor, and friendship and bravery for that is the direction we are led as Green develops the personality of a group of teens that have the courage to bring both laughter and tears. The stories that encircle each individual give you a glimpse of the character and daring as well as abiding hope. Hidden within that strength they also hide the depression and hopelessness as they try hard to protect their family and friends by showing only the smiles and strength whenever possible.

Written so beautifully your heart and emotions melt, you come to be a part of this group as well as their families, their triumphs, and their losses. The friendships as well as the depths the families go through preparing for the worst while holding out hope is like a beacon of light.
The courage and humor, the energy and despair all keep you on a roller coaster of emotion. Green takes you on a journey both terrible and beautiful.



In my entire life, although it feels crowded my life it still lonely. Since senior high school I tried to be independent. Because given the circumtances that require me to survive, under the circumtances with a mother who work alone. I have a younger sister who was 17 years old, her name is Nabila. In my life, after I graduate from collage, I hope get a jon that could be sufficient life day to day. I’m sure, though without father we can. During the school, I fell the experience which is not something I’ve ever felt before. Start the search for myself, working and the other purposes. Whatever I’m doing it myself when high school, which the cost of the school free, I was only looking for money day to day.

In the end I left senior high school, I decided to work for a year and postpone the lecture, originally I tried to apply to some restaurant in bandung. But it is not as easy as I imagined. During waiting for a work, I decided to singing in city bus with my friend. The thing I’ve never done before, and though to do. However, it is still me choose, because money is urgent. For two weeks I was up and down in city bus, everyday I got 50000 rupiah from 7 a.m until 4 p.m. One month passed, finally I got a job at the restaurant a maal in bandung. I’m so glad, because I think it is very tired if it continues to sing in city bus everyday. I’m very grateful.

During 3 month I’m working under the company. And after three months of this I decided to stop and look for another job, my friend said, in the company who his work need of employees as security woman and I’m trying to apply for a job to the company. And I was just working for 3 months. Because became security woman of a boutique is very tiring,  for a full day of work I was standing just 12 hours and I think it is very tiring.

One month later, I moved to a place in bandung is closer to downtown, and I so it turned out that they offer me working as waiters and cooks. I don’t live with my parents since graduated from high school, I decided

Minggu, 10 April 2016



Instead, the film version of the best-selling novel Josh Boone's adaptation of author john Green's  tear-jerking, young adult phenomenon, and a need to spell everything out.
"The Fault in Our Stars" feels emotionally inert, despite its many moments that are meant to put a lump in our throats. Perhaps it’s trying so hard to bludgeon us over the head and make us feel deeply that the result is numbing instead. There’s something just off about it for the vast majority of the time—an awkwardness to the staging, framing and pacing in director
So much of what worked on the page—and made Green’s writing so lively and engaging—gets lost in translation and feels uncomfortably precocious when actual people actually say his words out loud. (Screenwriters Scott Neustadter and Michael H. Weber, who also wrote the romantic charmers "(500) Days of Summer'' and ''The Spectacular Now'' remained very faithful to the book, which should make the core tween/teen fan base happy. Okay? Okay.)
There’s a specificity to Green’s language; his characters are hyper-verbal, self-aware and fiercely biting in the tradition of''Heaters'' and ''Clueless'' . They know all too well that pop culture depicts cancer—especially young people with cancer—in a mawkish manner that they refuse to accept as they regard their own conditions. But while the flip, jaunty verbosity they use as a shield produces some pleasingly acerbic humor, it often feels forced and false in this setting.
Still,Shailene Woodley's abiding, disarming naturalism consistently keeps you engaged. She just doesn’t hit a false note. Following winning turns in the indie dramas''The Descendant''and "The Spectacular Now," and the blockbuster ''Divergent'', Woodley continues to cement her accessible and likable on-screen persona. Her work is so strong, it makes you wish she had a better performance to play off of to create the sparky chemistry at the heart of this story.
Woodley stars as Hazel Grace Lancaster, a 16-year-old Indianapolis girl who’s diagnosed with cancer at 13. It weakens her lungs, forcing her to drag an oxygen tank behind her wherever she goes and to stop to rest after climbing a flight of stairs. While her situation looked bleak a few years ago, participation in a new drug trial has prolonged her life for an indefinite amount of time. Her parents (Laura Dern and Sam Trammell, with whom she shares some lovely, honest moments) try not to hover over their daughter as she attempts to maintain some vague semblance of teenage life, and they even share her fondness for using dark humor to defuse difficult moments.
Mom insists that Hazel attends weekly cancer support group meetings (where comedian Mike Birbiglia is the amusingly earnest leader). There, she meets the handsome and equally loquacious Augustus Waters (Ansel Elgort), who coincidentally played Woodley’s brother earlier this year in "Divergent"). A former high school basketball star, Augustus lost his right leg below the knee to the disease and now walks with a prosthetic. In Hazel, he immediately recognizes a kindred spirit: a quick-witted smart-ass who can’t take any of the feel-good platitudes seriously.
While Woodley navigates the complexity of Green’s dialogue with ease, Elgort seems stiff and uncomfortable by comparison. His character is meant to be a bit pompous and formal in the beginning but instead comes off as nervous, and even seems to be rushing or slurring his lines at times. Elgort is boyishly handsome (in a way that’s distractingly reminiscent of ''Love Story''-era Ryan O’Neal, actually) but never quite radiates the charisma required to keep up with Woodley. Their pairing feels like a missed opportunity.
Hazel and Augustus’ shared love of reading inspires a trip to Amsterdam to seek out the reclusive writer of Hazel’s favorite novel, the fictitious "An Imperial Affliction," which also happens to be about a young woman living with cancer Willem Dafoe brings a jolt of creepiness to the role of the alcohol-addled author, a rare sensation in a film that too often feels tidy. Their visit also sets the stage for the oddest scene of all (in both the book and the film) when Hazel and Augustus share their first kiss before an applauding crowd of tourists in the attic of Anne Frank’s house. Yeesh.
Yet we know this bliss can’t last. And so "The Fault in Our Stars" descends into major hanky territory with an overpowering assist from a nearly omnipresent soundtrack of wistful alt-rock tunes that tell us what to feel, and when, and how much. (I will happily admit to having tears stream down my face during the third act of Green’s book but, alas, did not get choked up here.)
Theoretically, these iconoclasts wouldn’t want their story to be told in such obvious and heavy-handed fashion. To borrow their favorite line from Hazel’s favorite book: "Pain demands to be felt."

Minggu, 03 April 2016


All about stars

When the world has changed
When my life not as beautiful as before
When the sun not shining again
And the rain has not stopped

In the night star remains
Although the night is dark
Stars still a stars
Which was never ashamed to shining

But my love
I keep to my self
Do not care about mouth saying anything
 I just want  you to know
You're still the one,

And remember,
I can see the light from your eyes,
The stars is you
Still you

This poetry tells about the stars, to in forward to someone.
although my life, the world changed, but my love for "the stars" will never end.
I hope, the readers can understand too about this poetry.

Senin, 28 Maret 2016


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