Minggu, 08 Januari 2017


Today i want to tell you about my holiday ,after we got our report for our progress in this semester in 23th December 2016. I was so happy because my report is not bad ,i got 1 sp in first semester for economy lesson and i can handle it. Holiday is coming but i don't have a plan because my father go to Bali and my mother go to Yogyakarta so i was left alone in home it is so sad ,my father go to Bali in 27th December 2016 until 3th January 2017 with his coworkers, my mother go to yogyakarta in 1st January 2017 until 7th January 2017 with her friend. my activity in the holiday is sleep ,eat and hangout with my friend. My New Year's eve at dago ,the traffic it's so crowded and many street food Fire works in dago it's so beautiful because the weather is cool and the sky is so colorful.After that i was so tired so i went to my friend's home ,we play playstation 4 ,i won every match and after that i fell a sleep at 5am. I woke up at 3pm and i took a shower, i came home and then i repeat my activity until the holiday school is over. Unacidentlly the school is come and it so sad but i have to through this.

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Rabu, 07 Desember 2016

My ambition


I have so many ambition but my main ambition is to become a successful businessman. Why i want to be a businessman?because i want to be rich and in my opinion being a businessman has many advantages. The advantages are being rich, train my leadership, i can get many connection to many country, and many more. Being a businessman also have some disadvantages for example if i dont have many connection, it will be hard for me to run a business and if i made a mistake my business might go bankrupt. 

To become a businessman i must have many experiences.I have to finish my education and get good marks. To become successful businessman i have to struggle, I must not give up , and if i make a mistake i should learn from it to become a better person.

I feel confident that i can be a businessman because i think i am a good leader so i can be a good leader for my business. I think i have some weakness and i must fix it, so i can be a businessman.



LDKS is a kind of semi millitary training it trains our disclipine and leadership. LDKS was held at the 29 of September until 1st of october. In the first day we go to RINDAM III SILIWANGI and we listening a seminar ,it was boring for me and i almost fall asleep. We were divided into several groups and i became a leader of barrack, and we were given many information about anti violance.

The second day we were given tutorial about marching and given a information about defending our country,boys with the long hairmust cut their hair and i became bald ,the last event in that day was election of the leader of 32019. The winner was Arafah. And i fall a sleep

The third day was a closing ceremony. We went to the main hall and did the ceremony. After the ceremony we can go home i was very happy because i finally leave this place.

Minggu, 20 November 2016



My extracurricular in sman 3 bandung is Basketball. Why do i choose basketball? because i love basketball and basketball is fun sport. Now i want to tell you about basketball.
Basketball is a sport, generally played by two teams of five players on a rectangular court. The objective is to shoot a ball through a hoop 18 inches (46 cm) in diameter and mounted at a height of 10 feet (3.048 m) to backboards at each end of the court.
A team can score a field goal by shooting the ball through the basket being defended by the opposition team during regular play. A field goal scores three points for the shooting team if the player shoots from behind the three-point line, and two points if shot from in front of the line. A team can also score via free throws, which are worth one point, after the other team is assessed with certain fouls. The team with the most points at the end of the game wins, but additional time (overtime) is issued when the score is tied at the end of regulation. The ball can be advanced on the court by throwing it to a teammate, or by bouncing it while walking or running (dribbling). It is a violation to lift, or drag, one's pivot foot without dribbling the ball, to carry it, or to hold the ball with both hands then resume dribbling.
There are many techniques for ball-handling,shooting, passing, dribbling, and rebounding. Basketball teams generally have player positions, the tallest and strongest members of a team are called a center or power forward, while slightly shorter and more agile players are called small forward, and the shortest players or those who possess the best ball handling skills are called a point guard or shooting guard. The point guard directs the on court action of the team, implementing the coach's game plan, and managing the execution of offensive and defensive plays (player positioning).Basketball is one of the world's most popular and widely viewed sports. The National Basketball Association (NBA) is the most popular and widely considered to be the highest level of professional basketball in the world and NBA players are the world's best paid sportsmen, by average annual salary per player. Outside North America, the top clubs from national leagues qualify to continental championships such as the Euroleague and FIBA Americas League. The FIBA Basketball World Cup attracts the top national teams from around the world. Each continent hosts regional competitions for national teams, like EuroBasket and FIBA Americas Championship.
My first time playing basketball when i was eleven years old, until now i still play basketball and now basketball becomes my passion.My favourite club is cleaveland cavaliers ,i like cavaliers because the team have chemistry and good team work. My favourite player is lebron james, he is the G.O.A.T(greatest of all time)

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Senin, 31 Oktober 2016


Arguably boxing's most celebrated athlete, heavyweight champion Muhammad Ali was also known for his public stance against the Vietnam War and his longtime battle with Parkinson's disease.


Born Cassius Clay in Louisville, Kentucky, in 1942, Muhammad Ali became an Olympic gold medalist in 1960 and the world heavyweight boxing champion in 1964. Following his suspension for refusing military service, Ali reclaimed the heavyweight title two more times during the 1970s, winning famed bouts against Joe Frazier and George Foreman along the way. Diagnosed with Parkinson's disease in 1984, Ali devoted much of his time to philanthropy, earning the Presidential Medal of Freedom in 2005. He died on June 3, 2016, in Phoenix, Arizona.

Early Life

Boxer, philanthropist and social activist Muhammad Ali was born Cassius Marcellus Clay Jr. on January 17, 1942, in Louisville, Kentucky. Ali showed at an early age that he wasn't afraid of any bout—inside or outside of the ring. Growing up in the segregated South, he experienced racial prejudice and discrimination firsthand.
At the age of 12, Ali discovered his talent for boxing through an odd twist of fate. His bike was stolen, and Ali told a police officer, Joe Martin, that he wanted to beat up the thief. "Well, you better learn how to fight before you start challenging people," Martin reportedly told him at the time. In addition to being a police officer, Martin also trained young boxers at a local gym.
Ali started working with Martin to learn how to spar, and soon began his boxing career. In his first amateur bout in 1954, he won the fight by split decision. Ali went on to win the 1956 Golden Gloves tournament for novices in the light heavyweight class. Three years later, he won the National Golden Gloves Tournament of Champions, as well as the Amateur Athletic Union's national title for the light heavyweight division.

Olympic Gold

In 1960, Ali won a spot on the U.S. Olympic boxing team, and traveled to Rome, Italy, to compete. At 6' 3", Ali was an imposing figure in the ring, but he also became known for his lightning speed and fancy footwork. After winning his first three bouts, Ali defeated Zbigniew Pietrzkowski from Poland to win the light heavyweight gold medal.
After his Olympic victory, Ali was heralded as an American hero. He soon turned professional with the backing of the Louisville Sponsoring Group, and continued overwhelming all opponents in the ring. Ali took out British heavyweight champion Henry Cooper in 1963, and then knocked out Sonny Liston in 1964 to become the heavyweight champion of the world.
Often referring to himself as "the greatest," Ali was not afraid to sing his own praises. He was known for boasting about his skills before a fight and for his colorful descriptions and phrases. In one of his more famously quoted descriptions, Ali told reporters that he could "float like a butterfly, sting like a bee" in the boxing ring.

Conversion to Islam and Suspension

This bold public persona belied what was happening in Ali's personal life, however. He was doing some spiritual searching and decided to join the black Muslim group the Nation of Islam in 1964. At first he called himself "Cassius X" before settling on the name Muhammad Ali. (The boxer eventually converted to orthodox Islam during the 1970s.)
Ali later started a different kind of fight with his outspoken views against the Vietnam War. Drafted into the military in April 1967, he refused to serve on the grounds that he was a practicing Muslim minister with religious beliefs that prevented him from fighting. He was arrested for committing a felony and almost immediately stripped of his world title and boxing license.
The U.S. Department of Justice pursued a legal case against Ali, denying his claim for conscientious objector status. He was found guilty of violating Selective Service laws and sentenced to five years in prison in June 1967, but remained free while appealing his conviction. Unable to compete professionally in the meantime, Ali missed more than three prime years of his athletic career. The U.S. Supreme Court eventually overturned the conviction in June 1971.

Boxing Comeback

Prior to the Supreme Court's decision, Ali returned to the ring in 1970 with a win over Jerry Quarry. The following year, Ali took on Joe Frazier in what has been called the "Fight of the Century." Frazier and Ali went toe-to-toe for 14 rounds before Frazier dropped Ali with a vicious left hook in the 15th. Ali recovered quickly, but the judges awarded the decision to Frazier, handing Ali his first professional loss after 31 wins. Ali soon suffered a second loss, to Ken Norton, but he beat Frazier in a 1974 rematch.
Another legendary Ali fight, against undefeated heavyweight champion George Foreman, took place in 1974. Billed as the "Rumble in the Jungle," the bout was organized by promoter Don King and held in Kinshasa, Zaire. For once, Ali was seen as the underdog to the younger, massive Foreman, but he silenced his critics with a masterful performance. He baited Foreman into throwing wild punches with his "rope-a-dope" technique, before stunning his opponent with an eighth-round knockout to reclaim the heavyweight title.
Ali and Frazier locked horns for their grudge match in Quezon City, Philippines, in 1975. Dubbed the "Thrilla in Manila," the bout nearly went the distance, with both men delivering and absorbing tremendous punishment. However, Frazier's trainer threw in the towel after the 14th round, giving the hard-fought victory to Ali.
After losing his title to Leon Spinks in February 1978, Ali defeated him in a September rematch, becoming the first boxer to win the heavyweight championship three times. Following a brief retirement, he returned to the ring to face Larry Holmes in 1980, but was overmatched against the younger champion. Following one final loss in 1981, to Trevor Berbick, the boxing great retired from the sport.

Philanthropy and Diagnosis of Parkinson's

In his retirement, Ali devoted much of his time to philanthropy. He announced that he had Parkinson's disease in 1984, a degenerative neurological condition, and was involved in raising funds for the Muhammad Ali Parkinson Center in Phoenix, Arizona. Over the years, Ali also supported the Special Olympics and the Make-A-Wish Foundation, among other organizations. In 1996, he lit the Olympic cauldron at the Summer Olympic Games in Atlanta, an emotional moment in sports history.
Muhammad Ali holds the torch before lighting the Olympic Flame during the opening ceremony of the Centennial Olympic Games in Atlanta, Georgia on July 19, 1996. (Photo: Michael Cooper/Getty Images)
Muhammad Ali holds the torch before lighting the Olympic Flame during the opening ceremony of the Centennial Olympic Games in Atlanta, Georgia on July 19, 1996. (Photo: Michael Cooper/Getty Images)
Ali traveled to numerous countries, including Mexico and Morocco, to help out those in need. In 1998, he was chosen to be a United Nations Messenger of Peace because of his work in developing nations.
In 2005, Ali received the Presidential Medal of Freedom from President George W. Bush. He also opened the Muhammad Ali Center in his hometown of Louisville, Kentucky, that same year. "I am an ordinary man who worked hard to develop the talent I was given," he said. "Many fans wanted to build a museum to acknowledge my achievements. I wanted more than a building to house my memorabilia. I wanted a place that would inspire people to be the best that they could be at whatever they chose to do, and to encourage them to be respectful of one another."
Despite the progression of Parkinson's and the onset of spinal stenosis, Ali remained active in public life. He was on hand to celebrate the inauguration of the first African-American president in January 2009, when Barack Obama was sworn into office. Soon after the inauguration, Ali received the President's Award from the NAACP for his public service efforts.
Muhammad Ali - His Life and Times (TV-14; 3:09) Hana Ali, George Foreman, and Thomas Hauser, author of "Muhammad Ali: His Life and Time," describe Muhammad Ali's bold personality, his evolving religious views, and his outspoken activism. Video courtesy of Open Road Media.

Death and Legacy

Things began taking a turn for the worse within a few years. In early 2015, Ali was hospitalized for a severe urinary tract infection after having battled pneumonia. He was hospitalized again in early June 2016 for what was reportedly a respiratory issue. The revered athlete passed away on the evening of June 3, 2016, at a Phoenix, Arizona facility.
Ali was survived by his fourth wife, Yolanda ("Lonnie"), whom he had been married to since 1986. The couple had one son, Asaad, and Ali had several children from previous relationships, including daughter Laila Ali, who followed in his footsteps by becoming a champion boxer.
Years before his passing, Ali had planned his own memorial services, saying he wanted to be “inclusive of everyone, where we give as many people an opportunity that want to pay their respects to me,” according to a family spokesman. The three-day event, which took place in Ali’s hometown of Louisville, Kentucky, included an “I Am Ali” festival of public arts, entertainment and educational offerings sponsored by the city, an Islamic prayer program and a memorial service. 
Prior to the memorial service, a funeral procession traveled 20 miles through Louisville, past Ali’s childhood home, his high school, the first boxing gym where he trained and along Muhammad Ali Boulevard as tens of thousands of fans tossed flowers on his hearse and cheered his name. The champ’s memorial service was held at the KFC Yum Center arena with close to 20,000 people in attendance. Speakers included religious leaders from various faiths, Attallah Shabazz, Malcom X’s eldest daughter, broadcaster Bryant Gumbel, former President Bill Clinton, comedian Billy Crystal, Ali’s daughters Maryum and Rasheda and his widow Lonnie.
"Muhammad indicated that when the end came for him, he wanted us to use his life and his death as a teaching moment for young people, for his country and for the world," Lonnie said. "In effect, he wanted us to remind people who are suffering that he had seen the face of injustice. That he grew up during segregation, and that during his early life he was not free to be who he wanted to be. But he never became embittered enough to quit or to engage in violence. "
Former President Clinton spoke about how Ali found self-empowerment: "I think he decided, before he could possibly have worked it all out, and before fate and time could work their will on him, he decided he would not ever be disempowered. He decided that not his race nor his place, the expectations of others, positive, negative or otherwise would strip from him the power to write his own story. "
Crystal, who was a struggling comedian when he became friends with Ali, said of the boxing legend: “Ultimately, he became a silent messenger for peace, who taught us that life is best when you build bridges between people, not walls.”
"You have inspired us and the world to be the best version of ourselves,' Rasheda Ali spoke to her father. 'May you live in paradise free from suffering. You shook up the world in life now you're shaking up the world in death. Now you are free to be with your creator. We love you so much Daddy. Until we meet again, fly butterfly, fly."
Pallbearers included actor Will Smith, who played the champ in the biopic Ali (2001), and former heavyweight champions Mike Tyson and Lennox Lewis. Ali was buried at the Cave Hill National Cemetery in Louisville.
Universally regarded as one of the greatest boxers in history, Ali's stature as a legend continues to grow even after his death. He is celebrated not only for his remarkable athletic skills but for his willingness to speak his mind and his courage to challenge the status quo.

source:  http://www.biography.com/people/muhammad-ali-9181165

Minggu, 23 Oktober 2016

My favorite place

My Favorite Place

Hello everyone, today i want to tell you about my favorite place. My favorite place is Manchester.

Manchester is one the city i wanted to visit, why?because i wanted to went old trafford stadium the home of manchester united football club. When we arrived to manchester we went to hotel and we took a rest. The next day we went to old trafford stadium, my dream became true and i was very very happy, when we arrived to old trafford, we went inside the stadium, the stadium is very big and all of colour is red, the people also know manchester united as THE RED DEVIL. Inside the stadium i saw locker room of manchester united players. After we walk around ,we shoping in manchester united store. The day was very fun and i wil never forget this moment.

1.what is my favorite place?

2.why i want to go manchester?
a. because is cheap
b. because manchester is far from bandung
c. because i want go to old trafford
d. because manchester is beautiful city
e. because is not to far from bandung

3.what the colour of the stadium?
a. blue
b. red
c. yellow
d. green
e. white

4.what the people know about manchester united?
a. the red dragon
b. the black devil
c. the devil
d. the red devil
e. the red

5.what am i doing in manchester?
a.walk around and shoping in manchester united store
c.visit my family
d.play football
e.read book

See you guys on my next post!!

Senin, 10 Oktober 2016

The Moral Value of Our Stories

Moral Value

The Legend Of Malin Kundang
Moral Value: We should not be rebellious to our parents ,especially your mother

Moral Value:
1. Take a Step Out of Your Comfort Zone (Or Several Steps)
2. Don’t Believe Everything You Hear
3. Things Aren’t Always What They Seem
4. Hobbies are Key
5. Life is Full of Small, Perfect Moments

Moral Value:
1. Embrace your dreams, no matter how unlikely they seem.
2. Don’t shut your loved ones out.
3. Be yourself and don’t ever apologize for it.
4. Love is the most powerful magic of all.
5. Some people are worth melting for.

Moral Value:
True love can conquer anything in its path. Aurora and Prince Phillip are meant to be together from the moment they lay eyes on each other. They never question their commitment or doubt their passion for the other.