With the advent of current events such as the United States’s debate about affirmative action or Indonesia’s own political turmoil (and its repercussions to minorities), diversity has never been a more important subject to bring up today. Read More
In 2014, I traveled to New York City for the first time in my life. Read More
The 10 Tony Award-winning The Band’s Visit closes tomorrow. I’ve just got around to see it today—a day before it closes. It might seem futile to review a show that’s about to close, but after seeing it and wallowing to its soundtrack hours after the show, I am writing this because I want you to know how The Band’s Visit holds a special place in my heart. Read More
Hari ini, di kelas analisis algoritme, gue dapet ulangan gue balik. Nilai gue 34 dari 105.
Last Thursday I burned the roof of my mouth eating a slice of $1 cheese pizza. Read More
Sometimes, in my subway rides, when I forgot to bring a book or download a short story for me to read, I observe my surroundings. Around me are faces of New Yorkers; people that I might never know, or—who knows—people that I might get to know in the future. Read More
I’m not usually a K-pop fan, but when Kim Namjoon (also known as RM) announced a song in his new mixtape produced by Honne, I jumped on board. Yes. YES. Read More
I’ve always been interested in computer science. When I was five, I saw my father setting up our dial-up internet access for the computer, and I was hooked instantly by the action…
Cut the crap, okay? No one is really like that!
I came out of the theatre baffled. I spat out words—incoherent ramblings—to my poor non-Indonesian friend who thought this trip is some kind of an Indonesian cultural immersion for him. I watched Edwin’s Posesif last night through a screening held by the Indonesian Film Forum in New York City, and I still don’t know how to feel about the movie. Read More
I’ve been listening to a lot of music this summer. Here are some tracks that left a great impression on me: