Hong Kong, 18th October 2017 Recently, I came to realise how much time, energy and love for Dhammamitta I've been spending - and that's a lot. Dhammamitta is an Indonesian Buddhist Community in Hong Kong that I initiated two years ago with two other friends because we were bored on Sundays. It has been a big … Continue reading Dhammamitta #1: I’m a Proud Big Sis
Hong Kong, October 13 2017 If there's one thing I could learn from Hong Kong, it would be efficiency. Although sometimes life becomes too rush in every way, including walking and overachieving, but I gotta admit Hong Kong do things very efficiently. Public Transportation: Ok, who can deny this? It might not be the best … Continue reading 3 Years in Hong Kong, What Do I Learn?
Hong Kong, 2 November 2016 Minggu lalu, Persatuan Mahasiswa Indonesia City University of Hong Kong (PERMISI) memperingati hari Sumpah Pemuda dengan cara memakai batik dan berfoto bersama. Hari ini, kami mewakili Indonesia di Global Festival Night. Tarian, makanan dan persiapan booth sudah dimulai sejak sebulan yang lalu. Selain itu, beberapa dari kami juga sudah mulai memikirkan Indonesia Night tahun depan. Kalau … Continue reading Tiba-Tiba Jadi Nasionalis
Shanghai, April 10 2016 Overseas conference has always been one of the best parts of my AIESEC journey because, beside meeting a lot of delegates from different nationalities, the energy you feel in a conference is tremendously overwhelming, equipped with a lot of inspiring stories. Here came Asia Pacific Conference (APC) 2016 in Shanghai. To … Continue reading Tiny Potato Goes to APC 2016
Hong Kong, February 28 2016 February, the month of love, has always been my favourite, simply because my birthday falls right at the end of it. This year was the first time I was being overseas, away from mom and dad. I didn't know how it would be; I thought it will be just another reminder … Continue reading Gratitude
Hong Kong, September 18 2015 It's been more than 365 days living here but it seems Hong Kong can always find a way to surprise me. Living overseas, alone and without the ability to speak the local languages, is tough. At the same time, you have to overcome the cultural differences and adjust yourself in … Continue reading Living Overseas Survival Kit: Kindness of Others
Saturday, March 14 2015 Moving to Hong Kong and fitting in to a new circle of friends have never been easy for me. It is surely fun because it is a new beginning but, at the same time, you have to forget being in your comfort zone with the people you are familiar with. Little by … Continue reading It Takes Time, Don’t Worry!
Saturday, February 14 2015 One night, my roommate, TT, invited me for a dinner. I thought it was going to be early-valentine-and-chinese-new-year dinner. We are so busy this week so we decided to go to Nam Shan, a market nearby our student residence. But then, as soon as we sat down, she told me that … Continue reading Hong Kong Style Birthday Treat