Minggu, 15 Januari 2017

My Holiday

My Holiday

Now, I will tell you about my holiday. It was my first holiday semester since I was in high school. I was so happy because I had no homework and task to do. My grandmother called and she asked me if I would have stayed in her house during my holiday.

So, the next day I went to Bogor with my mother and father. It always nice to see my grandmother, because there are my cousin Dafa, Difa, Egi and Valdy. My grandmother has 12 grandsons.

When I arrived they were already there. We talked each other until midnight, talking about school, friend and hobbies. My grandmother had a big house with a large park in front of the house.

My first day at grandmother house. My cousin and I went to The Jungle, a place to swim and playground. I swam and played for 3 hours, we had lunch there too. I ate burger, french-fries and cola. We had a great time. We laugh and play, everybody happy. At night we decided to go to Pizza Hut. The place was beside our grandmother’s house. So, we shouldn’t use vehicle. My cousin Daffa introduce his friend there. So, I had a new friend, his name was Adiba. We had a conversation for 1 hour. After that, we back to my grandmother’s house.

The second day, I was doing some exercise such as running around the park and some house. I founded someone were selling food and snack. I had breakfast there with lontong kari ayam and ice lemon tea. It was so delicious.

The third day, my grandmother wanted us to had a picnic at Puncak. We went there with a big bus. My grandmother had a villa at Puncak. There was a big villa with swimming pool and beautiful garden with a lot of flowers and trees. We swam while our mother had a cook for lunch and dinner. It was fun. The weather was so cold but the water on the swimming pool was warm. At night we had camp fire. We ate roasted corn and grilled fish with hot chocolate. It was delicious.

The fourth day, we decided to go home at 10 a.m. We arrived at grandmother’s house at 12 a.m. After we arrived, we went to Botani Square mall. I bought t-shirt and hat. We walked around until we felt hungry. We ate at McDonald. I was so happy to spent my holiday with my cousin at my grandmother’s house.

        The fifth day, I had to go back to Bandung to prepare for school. It was Saturday. I had a bad traffic because that day everyone should prepare for their daily routine. I had to sit inside the car for 6 hours. It was dark when I came back to my house. It was a great holiday

Senin, 21 November 2016

(Latihan Dasar Kepemimpinan Siswa)

LDKS is the school program that aim to make the student more discipline and increase the student's leadership. It held for three days, Thursday, September 29th until Saturday, October 1st, 2016. This activity is held in RINDAM III/Siliwangi in Jl. Menado.

At the first day, all student gathered at the hall. Then we counted to check if the students. There, we are divided into some group to know where the place to sleep. There were 3 barracks for the boys and 2 barracks for girls. They were told us to put our things in the barracks. From barrack, we moved to the hall again to follow the opening ceremony. After opening ceremony,  there was followed by presentation from P2TP2A about physical and psychological self-protection for men and women.

When the time shows at twelve, Moslem are perform their prayers and for the others could have lunch first. After we all had finished eating, we went to the field to do PBB (Peraturan Baris Berbaris). After PBB, we took a bath and had dinner.

The next day, we just continued the same activities like the first day.

The last day, after some usual morning routine, all of the boys should cut their hairs. I got the almost last turn to cut my hair. So, I was not joined all the activities on the last day. Then, we were gathered in the hall for closing ceremony. When it is finished, the LDKS is officially closed, we went back to our homes.

Minggu, 20 November 2016


Megantara is a cultural festival presented by SMAN 3 Bandung that was open to public. It took place in Lapangan Bali.

Megantara started at 11.35 AM . But for all students of 10 graders, we should have come at 07.00 AM to do a parade with traditional clothes. Some kindergarten students also join the parade. We walked through many streets nearby. We finished the parade at about 09.00.
There were so many food tents and trucks there. They were all about Indonesian culture. So many people came to Megantara, not only SMAN 3 students. 
In front of the stage was an open area without any canopy, so when it was still afternoon many people chose to sit under the tent. The first performer was Band 3. After that there were many other performances from MK 3, KV 3, TsT, and etc. There were fashion show that wearing traditional Indonesian clothes.

In the end of Megantara there were the Changcuters and RAN. They performed very well and many people enjoyed the show.


Peparnas (Pekan Paralimpik Nasional) is a National Paralympic Week (Peparnas) XV / 2016 held on October 15, 2016 at Siliwangi Stadium, Bandung.  The opening ceremony was attended by some state officials such as Youth and Sports Minister Imam Nahrawi, Chairman of PB PON and Peparnas 2016 Jabar Ahmad Heryawan, Chairman of the National Paralympic Committee Marbun Sani, Vice Governor of West Java Deddy H Mizwar as well as representatives. Its theme is "Berjaya di Tanah Legenda".

Public Senior High Schools in Bandung came to this event, including SMAN 3 Bandung. SMAN 3 sent all 10th Graders, OSIS, and PK. When opening ceremony was started, "Takdir Kemenangan" song was played as an opening song. Then,  all the contingents were called. There are 13 sports contested by 605 numbers game. A total of 605 gold medals, 605 silver medals and 935 bronze medals will be contested by 1,983 athletes. After that, there were dances and some music performence that were combined from traditional songs around Indonesia. And that was how the opening ceremony was held.


The Lion is one of the largest, strongest and powerful felines in the world second only in size to the Siberian Tiger. They are the largest cats on the African continent and are unique among felines in a number of ways but the biggest difference between Lions and other cats is that they are incredibly sociable animals that live together in family groups known as prides. Lions are also part of the big cat family meaning that both males and females are able to roar. Despite having once roamed across much of Africa and even parts of Europe and Asia, the world's remaining Lion population now resides in sub-Saharan Africa. However, with Lion numbers thought to have dropped by 30% over the past 20 years these enormous predators are sadly becoming more and more vulnerable in their decreasing natural environment.

Size & characteristics
The African lion is 4.5 to 6.5 feet (1.4 to 2 meters) long from its head to its rump, and its tail measures from 26.25 to 39.5 inches (67 to 100 centimeters) long. African lions typically weigh 265 to 420 lbs. (120 to 191 kilograms). 

Asiatic lions tend to be much bigger, according to the World Wildlife Federation (WWF). They weigh 300 to 500 lbs. (120 to 226 kg) and are 6.56 to 9.18 feet (200 to 280 cm) long. Their tails measure 23.62 to 35.43 inches (60 to 90 cm).

The taxonomy of lions recognized by most experts is:
Kingdom: Animalia
Subkingdom: Bilateria
Infrakingdom: Deuterostomia
Phylum: Chordata
Subphylum: Vertebrata
Infraphylum: Gnathostomata
Superclass: Tetrapoda
Class: Mammalia
Subclass: Theria
Infraclass: Eutheria
Order: Carnivora
Suborder: Feliformia
Family: Felidae
Subfamily: Pantherinae
Genus & species: Panthera leo
Subspecies: Panthera leo leo (African lion), Panthera leo persica (Asiatic lion)

Lion has round ears, pink fur, black eyes, a soft light pink star-shaped mane, and a dark brownish-magenta heart-shaped nose. When Lion uses his magical abilities, his eyes and mane emit a white glow. There is a tuft of soft pink fur at the end of his thin tail.


Lions have long been killed in rituals of bravery, as hunting trophies and for their medicinal and magical powers. Although lions are now protected in many parts of Africa, they were once considered to be stock-raiding vermin and were killed on sight. In some areas, livestock predation remains a severe problem.

1. How long is the Asiatic lions?
 a. 100 to 180 cm 
 b. 200 to 280 cm
 c. 300 to 380 cm
 d. 400 to 480 cm

2. What is the phylum of the lion?
 a. Acanthocephala
 b. Vertebrata
 c. Porifera
 d. Chordata

3. What is the biggest difference between Lions and other cats 
a. The class is mammalia
b. They are incredibly sociable animals that does not live together in family groups known as prides
c. They are incredibly sociable animals that live together in family groups known as prides
d. They are have round eyes

4. What gender that able to roar?
 a. Only male
 b. Only female
 c. Male and female
 d. All of the answer are correct

5. How long is the African lion (from its head to its rump)?
 a. 4.5 to 6.5 feet
 b. 4.4 to 6.6 feet
 c. 4.2 to 6.9 feet
 d. 4.7 to 7.0 feet

Senin, 31 Oktober 2016

Gedung Sate

Gedung Sate with it’s characteristic ornament that looks like a sate stick, has been a landmark building for the city of Bandung for a long time. Not only for residents of Bandung or West Java, but people all over Indonesia recognize the style of the building which has become an example for several other buildings in West Java The building of the railway station in Tasikmalaya is a good example. It was constructed in the 1920’s and as of today the still white government building is now used as the center of power for the province of West Java.

During the Dutch colonial time, Gedung Sate was known as the Gouvernements Bedrijven or GB. The first stone was laid by Johanna Catherina Coops, the eldest daughter of the mayor of Bandung, B. Coops and his wife Petronella Roelofsen, which were the representatives of the Governor-General in Batavia, J.P. Graaf van Limburg Stirum, at 27 July 1920. The building is the result of a planning team that was made up from Ir. J. Gerber, a young architect with name from the Technische Universiteit Delft in the Netherlands, Ir. Eh. De Roo and Ir. G Hendriks from the local government of Bandoeng.

Construction of the building

Around 2.000 people were involved in the construction of the building. 150 of them were highly skilled stone and wood workers from the Chinese regions of Konghu and Kanton. They received help from other stone-workers, coolies and other workers which lived in the villages of Kampung SekeloaKampung Coblong DagoKampung Gandok and Kampung Cibarengkok. They ealier worked on the Gedong Sirapbuilding at the campus of the Technische Hoogeschool Bandoeng (nowadays Institut Teknologi Bandungand Gedong Papak, the city hall of Bandung.

After four years of construction, in September 1924, the main building for the Gouvernements Bedrijvenwas finished, as well as the main office for the PTT (Post, Telefoon en Telegraaf, Mail, Telephone and Telegraph) and a library.


The architecture of Gedung Sate is a work of Ir. J. Gerber and his group which had in mind to make a design that closely resembled the works of famous Dutch architect Dr. Hendrik Petrus, which used many traditional features from all over Indonesia in his designs. Many architects and structural designers say that Gedung Sate is a monumental building that expresses an unique architectural design, which is known as Indo-European architecture.

A few of the poeple that praise the building are Cor Pashier and Jan Wittenberg, both architects from the Netherlands. They say the “architecture of the building is the result of an experiment which pushes the looks of the building towards Indo-European.” D. Ruhl mentioned Gedung Sate as the “most beautiful building in Indonesia” in the book Bandoeng en haar Hoogvlakte from 1952

Dr. H.P. Berlage, during his visit to Gedung Sate in April 1923, said that “the building is one of the biggest architectural works which melted features from west and east in an harmonious way”. It is similar to the style of architecture in Italy during the Renaiscance. The several stories high tower in the center of the building has some similarities with a pagoda as well. Until today there are a number of Indonesian architects that praise the building for it’s architectural strength, for example Slamet Wirasonjaya and Ir. Harnyoto Kunto.

Senin, 03 Oktober 2016


To all student of grade 10 Senior High School 3 (SMAN 3) Bandung.

School will hold a graduation party 2011, the program will be hold on

Date          : July 16th, 2011
Day           : Saturday
Time         : 10 a.m - 1 p.m

Invitation card available at Student Organization


Sudent Organization

link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nbwcuW2t9rI