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Minggu, 05 Maret 2017

Puzzle Timeee!!


Hello guys, well as you can see the title, I have a puzzle for youu yeaay!!
This is a crossword puzzle and you simply just fill the white squares.
You have to fill it according to the clues that I gave. Write your answers in the comment section below.

Good Luck!!




Senin, 09 Januari 2017

My First Semester Holiday


           Oh Lord, I have been in 3 Bandung Senior High School for 6 months. It can't be felt. The time just flows, and now is my second semester. So, i'm going to tell you my holiday.

            Maybe some people started their holiday at 23rd December 2016, but I started it at 25th because I still had KPA Exercises until 24th. And my holiday was not as long as the others. I had to come to school at 5th January 2017 while the others at 9th. Yeah, I had another KPA exercises. I'll explain that another time.

            So especially, I spent my holiday by praticing "Angklung", coming together with my family, having barbeque, and going to malls. If you thought I feel forced having "Angklung" exercises, then you were wrong. I don't feel forced at all since I'm doing it sincerely. I love it.

            I also came together with my family. my cousins, aunts and uncles, came to my grandma's house. there, we had some barbeque party. Maybe it was not as tasty as like in the restaurants, but it was perfect for us because we could assemble together.

            I also went to malls with my brother. He wanted to watch movies. We watched "Assasin's Creed" that time. It was good because we love action movies. we also had lunch in the malls. We seldomly eat steaks, so we bought steaks that time.

            oh, I didn't go to Bali, because my father is not working there anymore. I have been in Bali for about 3 times. Those were good times. In Bali, I could sleep in a 5 star hotel with 4 million rupiahs per night for free. It was hotel my father work for. they gave us an excellent services. they gave us chocolate, and many more.

            This was my holiday, I don't like filling my holiday with luxury things. I love simplicity. The most important thing is family.

Selasa, 22 November 2016

Let's Care More to The Nature


          Innalillahi wa inna'ilaihi roji'un. Bandung got another disaster. There was flood in Pasteur, Bandung. And sadly, there was a victim also. A 30 years old man who work in a famous store in Bandung. May he rest in peace.


          In this accident, we can take a lesson to care more to nature. The cause of the flood are throwing garbage away in anywhere and low absorbing-space. So, let's throw away the garbage to the trash can based on their types and make more absorbing space for the rain.


https://youtu.be/XaXQ7hsPPFg

Senin, 21 November 2016

Frederic (Fryderyk) Chopin


Biodata

Name: Frederic (Fryderyk) Chopin

Date of Birth: March 1, 1810

Date of Death: October 17, 1849

Place of Birth: Zelazowa Wola, Poland

Main Instrument: Piano

Mother: Justyna Krzyzanowska

Father: Nicolas Chopin


Early Musical Years


   
         It is clear that Frederic's love for music developed from a very young age since his father was a musician of different instruments and his mother a piano player and teacher. However, his development as a musician was as a result of his sister Ludwika who taught him basic music and how to play the piano. Most scholars give credit to Ludwika as frederic’s first piano teacher.

          After learning to play the piano at home, Frederic was enrolled in the Warsaw Lyceum where he continued to study music and piano playing. Like other great and famous piano players his aim was to become a virtuoso. It was in Paris that his true potential as a pianist and piano teacher was revealed.

          Frederic's musical talent continued to develop and was noticed by a number of piano players and music teachers. Two piano teachers who played a major role in his life were Zywny and Jozef Elsner. Both teachers helped to mould Frederic into a great pianist and composer.

          Frederic matured quit quickly and started to compose his own piano pieces, his pieces were mostly classified as romantic music.

Frederic Chopin’s Compositions

           Like other famous piano players, Frederic dedicated a lot of his time to musical compositions. Here is a summary of compositions by genre that he did.

2 Piano Concertos

4 Ballades

24 Preludes

Etudes

Polonaises

Waltzes

Mazurkas

Nocturnes

Impromptus

Frederic’s Final Days


          Frederic became a popular composer and piano player. He performed at several concerts across Europe and Asia. Even though he became a great virtuoso he suffered from poor health. His last public appearance on a concert platform was in Britain. He performed at London’s Guildhall on November 16, 1848. It was during the tour of Britain that he started to get weak.

          He returned to Paris a very sick man and died there of tuberculosis at age thirty nine.

          This great virtuoso died at an early age, but he has made great contributions towards the development of music and impacted the lives of many piano players of this modern era.

Selasa, 25 Oktober 2016

The Sumatran Tiger


          The Sumatran tiger (Panthera tigris sumatrae) is a rare tiger subspecies that inhabits the Indonesian island of Sumatra. It has been listed as Critically Endangered on the IUCN Red List in 2008 as the population was estimated at 441 to 679 individuals, with no subpopulation larger than 50 individuals and a declining trend.

          The Sumatran tiger is one of the smallest tiger subspecies. Males weight 100 to 140 kg (220 to 310 lb) and measure 2.2 to 2.55 m (87 to 100 in) in length between the pegs with a greatest length of skull of 295 to 335 mm (11.6 to 13.2 in). Females weigh 75 to 110 kg (165 to 243 lb) and measure 215 to 230 cm (85 to 91 in) in length between the pegs with a greatest length of skull of 263 to 294 mm (10.4 to 11.6 in).

          The Sumatran tiger is found only on the Indonesian island of Sumatra off the Malaysian Peninsula. Their habitat ranges from lowland forest to mountain forest and includes evergreen, swamp and tropical rain forests.

          In recent years Sumatra has seen a great deal of agricultural growth and this has fragmented the tigers habitat. Most of the remaining Sumatran tigers now live in five National Parks, two Game Reserves, though around 100 live in an unprotected area that will most likely be lost to agriculture in the near future.

          Major threats include habitat loss due to expansion of palm oil plantations and planting of acacia plantations, prey-base depletion, and illegal trade primarily for the domestic market.

         Although it is illegal to hunt Sumatran tigers, this has not stopped the poaching of these animals for tiger products. China is considered the largest consumer and producer of manufactured products containing tiger parts, though tiger bones and other tiger products have been found in Taiwan and South Korea, and in North American cities.

         If they are to survive, or not be an endangered species, then people need to have the wisdom to see the Sumatran tiger’s place in the world and in a culture.





Questions          :

1. Why do the Sumatran tigers are critically dangered?

A. Because they are rare animals that have 100 to 140 kg weight and 2.2 to 2.55 m long.
B. Because people need to have the wisdow to see the Sumatran tiger's  place.
C. Because the population was estimated at 441 to 679 individuals, with no subpopulation larger than 50 individuals and a declining trend.
D. Because the major threats include habitat loss, prey-base depletion, and illegal trade primarily.
E. Because they inhabit the Indonesian island of Sumatra. 

2. What cause the Sumatran tiger listed as Critically Endangered animals?

A. The Measure ( 2.2 to 2.55 m ) and the weight ( 100 to 140 kg ) of them.
B.  Habitat loss due to expansion of palm oil plantations and planting of acacia plantations, prey-base depletion, and illegal trade primarily for the domestic market.
C. the population was estimated at 441 to 679 individuals, with no subpopulation larger than 50 individuals and a declining trend.
D. Illegal hunting of the Sumatran tiger.
E. The Habitat of Sumatran tiger.

3. Where can you find Sumatran tiger ?

A.  lowland forest to mountain forest and includes evergreen, swamp and tropical rain forests in  the Indonesian island of Sumatra off the Malaysian Peninsula.
B. In IUCN Red List in 2008.
C. In Indonesia, especially in Sumatra Island.
D. Around 750 m above the surface of the sea.
E. You can not because there are no more tigers in the world.

4. Where are the remainings Sumatran tiger?

A. In the forests in Sumatra island.
B. Taiwan and South Korea
C. Chinese and North America
D. Malaysian Penisula
E. In five National Parks, two Game Reserves in Sumatra Island.

5. What should we do as human to care the nature, especially the Sumatran tiger?
A. Live normally like nothing happened.
B. Don't pay attention and only care to yourself.
C. Make a poster to save water.
D. Have the wisdom to see the Sumatran tiger’s place in the world and in a culture.
E. Go to the government and ask to make the rules about water loss.