Senin, 16 Januari 2017


March 25th 2000, a baby was born in Surabaya exactly at Vincentius A. Paulo Hospital. Then, his great grand father gave him “Ananda Kukuh Adishabri” as his name. it means strong and patience boy, and that was me.

Different from the other kids, I didn’t live with my parents. I lived with my grandfather and my grandmother until I was 10. It was hard for me to not live with parents like other kids. I was felt closer to my grandfather than my parents. When I was a kid, my body was fat and everyone called me “ndut”. I always angry because of it.

I entered play group in 2003. Every Monday until Friday, my driver and my babysitter always accompany me to play group. I remembered, when my mother back to Surabaya, she teached me to read and it was so fun. My mother always told me that reading newspaper is so fun so I was always in a spirit to learn how to read.

I entered kindergarten in 2004. I started to have a lot of friends. In this moment, I finally can write and read well.  Even I was always looked happy, in  the other side, sometimes I missed my parent so much. My hobbies were dancing and I also participated in some dance competition.

2006, i entered elementary school. in this moment, i started to have goals. i want to be rich, i want to be smart, i want to have big houses with some expensive cars, i want to be a successfull person in the future. but, i only have goals without knowing how to reach it. all i knew was about study for good grades.

2012, al-azhar 20 cianjur JHS accepted me as their student. in this moment, i started to understand the true meaning of goals. i want to be a person who always bring happiness to others. yes, i want to be a doctor. i started to find news about this job. i feel like i fit in to be a doctor because i like biology subject. i like to go deep into this subject and i often participated biology competition.

2015, i chose 3 HS of bandung to be my high school. i believe that if we want to be the best, we must choose the best environment, and i think this school has good environment and will make me feel more confident to reach my goals. i'm feeling very grown here. i'm getting more understand about doctor. how can i become a doctor, where i have to study, what should i do to pursue it. yes, i have to study hard. because i believe that when have a strong purpose, hard work isn't an option, it's a must.

i hope in 2017, i can finish my study here in 3 HS and enter Faculty of medicine at Indonesia University. from the beginning, i always believe that if we start something great with strong and right intention, the ending will be good. and the last is pray. pray is the most important thing in life. person who never pray are the most arrogant people.

soon, when i finish my study in faculty of medicine, i want to continue my study. i want to be an obgyn, because i like to study about the anatomy an physiology of human.

Senin, 07 November 2016

Smart Phones: Positive and Negative Effects on Youth

Yvonne Rivas, Staff Writer
Do you find yourself putting off homework to be on your phone?
Most teens can say that they’ve procrastinated or postponed an assignment and, instead, spent hours of valuable time scrolling through social media or texting a friend. Some teens feel their phone is a resource that helps them get work done more efficiently. No matter what your experience or thinking regarding Smartphones is, there is no doubt that these devices distract teens, but they also provide quickly found knowledge about anything and everything at the touch of a screen.
Smartphones can be a great source of entertainment and fun. Instant-messaging allows people from around the world to communicate quickly. Endless arrays of gaming apps are available to provide countless hours of recreation without having to go anywhere. Smartphone users can download vast collections of books and magazines. Streaming provides access to an infinite number of movies, shows, and songs. Online shopping permits teens to buy without having to worry about transportation issues. Sophomore Irvin Pamah says, “I mostly use my phone to check grades and homework solutions. I also use social media a lot to keep up-to-date with current world events and topics that interest me.”
Sites like Google Chrome, Edline, Quizlet, and enable students to work from anywhere and provide useful information that they can use in their studies. With this type of access, it would be easy to assume that teachers are in support of Smartphones. However, in a PEW survey, taken by Advanced Placement (AP) and National Writing Project (NWP) teachers, sixty-four percent of teachers feel that modern technology is more distracting than academically helpful. AP Government teacher Mr. Stuart Miller understands and sympathizes with these teachers. “Anything is distracting in the wrong context, especially to high school students,” says Mr. Miller, “If I give out a worksheet and reading material, they can be distracted by [an infinite number of things]. In many ways, putting the technology in front of them focuses them more on the task at hand. They can use the sources the teacher has provided, or other sources they’re familiar with to find the answers.”
AP Spanish teacher Ms. Tania Cardona says, “I think it’s more distracting, but I think I would change my opinion if I [could make better use of technology].”
Some argue that apps lead to students’ desires for a quick, one-stop answer. According to a PEW study, teachers feel that research “has shifted from a relatively slow process of intellectual curiosity and discovery to a fast-paced, short-term exercise aimed at locating just enough information to complete an assignment.” Students are no longer taking the time to explore and reflect less creativity when it comes to doing research.
A Smartphone provides instant access to just about anything. We are able to access apps from anywhere and at any time. Many apps exist today, and many more will be created. The important point is for teens to use apps in an effective way.
Make Your Own Tissue Holder !

Hi everyone!, At this time I will tell you about how to make you own tissue holder! Yes, it is really simple and easy to make.

First, all you need to do is preparing the materials and tools that you will need to make this tissu holder.

Below this, it's the list that you will have to prepared :
        a. 1 Small Cardboard Box
        b. Colourful Kokuro Papers
        c. Little Decoration
        d. Zipper
        e. Scissor
        f. Cutter
        g. Glue

And then we're ready to make it. The steps to make it is shown below, don't forget to read it carefully !

       a. First, take a cardboard box and make a little hole above it. This hole is used as the tissue access.
       b. Second, cover all of the cardboard box with colourful Kokuro Papers, it is up to you to use any colour that you like !
       c. Third, after the box have been covered with Kokuro Papers, you just have to add decorations on it, you just have to use your imagination to make it more beautiful !
       d. Fourth, to refill the tissue in the future, you just have to stick the zipper at the box's belowest side, so the belowest side can be locked and opened to refill the tissue.
       e. At last, your own tissue holder is ready to use !

So it is very simple right ? Well, good luck practising !

Senin, 10 Oktober 2016

The Loss of East Timor from Indonesia

At July 17th 1976, the president of Indonesia ratified East Timor as an Indonesian province. The government started to develope this province. But, the controversy of people in East Timor had not done yet.  The anti Integration group who led by Fretilin was kept doing physical and diplomatical attack. In the reign of President Habibie, at May 1999, Indonesia accepted the UN proposal to do opinion poll about East Timor. The result was 78,5% people of East Timor refused to merge with Indonesia and 21,5% accepted broad autonomy from Indonesia. The position of East Timor as Indonesian Province is repealed and East Timor obtained independence at May 20th 2002 as Timor Leste.
In my opinion, there are many factors that cause the loss of East Timor. First, not-fullfillment of the people’s rights like prosperity, justness, education, and health of people. Second, the lack of political consciousness. The ideas of disintegration was easy to accept by people. This insident became a big lesson for Indonesia, especially the government. The Indonesian government must give attention to all area of Indonesia. The equalization must always be applied for people’s prosperity.
There is no financial impact of the loss of East Timor. But, the teritorial impact is big. It occurs slackening of indonesian wealth. Moreover, the diplomatical impact is also big. The loss of East Timor make Indonesia is seen as human rights offender country.

Minggu, 18 September 2016

Research Technician in Tumour Cell Biology

University of Birmingham - Institute of Cancer and Genomic Sciences

Fixed term for 12 months
Applications are invited for a full-time Research Technician post to work under the supervision of Dr. Mathew Coleman, Senior Lecturer in tumour cell biology, on a project funded by an MRC research grant and a Breast Cancer Now pilot grant to investigate the role of protein hydroxylation in cancer. The project will ask how this important new post-translational modification regulates tumourigenesis using a multi-disciplinary approach involving cell biology, biochemistry, proteomics and genomics.
The successful applicant will have gained an upper second or first class degree, or equivalent professional qualification, in a suitable subject and will be able to demonstrate laboratory experience in relevant techniques. Experience in cell and molecular biology, genomics and immunohistochemistry would be an advantage.
The post is full-time for a period of 1 year from Sept 2016. Informal enquiries should be directed to Dr. Mathew Coleman (
To download the details of this position and submit an electronic application online please click on the Apply Online button below, please quote the appropriate Job Ref in all enquiries, alternatively information can be obtained from
Valuing excellence; sustaining investment

Dear Dr. Mathew Coleman,
As a highly skilled in biologycal researcher, I read the posting for a new tumour cell researcher with interest. With more than 15 years experience, I am certain I would make a valuable addition in this research. I currently work in University of Singapore.
As a researcher, I am adept  in cell and molecular biology, genomics and immunohistochemistry reasearch. Moreover, I got many awards in Singapore for Biological awards. those are my awards :
1. Best biotechnology researcher 2011
2. Best cell interaction researcher 2013
3. Best young researcher 2013

Thanks again for the opportunity to present this proposal. If you have any question, please let me know by contact I look forward to speaking with you in the coming days.

dr. Ananda K. Adishabri

Senin, 15 Agustus 2016

Sherlock Holmes : A Study in Scarlet

A Study in Scarlet is an 1887 detective novel by British author Arthur Conan Doyle. Written in 1886, the story marks the first appearance of Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson, who would become two of the most famous characters in popular fiction. The book's title derives from a speech given by Holmes, an amateur detective, to his friend and chronicler Watson on the nature of his work, in which he describes the story's murder investigation as his "study in scarlet": "There's the scarlet thread of murder running through the colourless skein of life, and our duty is to unravel it, and isolate it, and expose every inch of it.

Arthur Conan Doyle
United Kingdom
Sherlock Holmes
Detective Novel
Ward Lock & Co
First Publication Date

Part I: The Reminiscences of Watson

Part I leads with a heading which establishes the role of Dr. Watson as narrator and sets up the narrative stand-point that the work to follow is not fiction, but fact: "Being a Reprint from the Reminiscences of John H. Watson, MD, Late of the Army Medical Department."

The story begins in 1881, when Dr. Watson, having returned to London from Afghanistan, runs into an old friend Stamford at the Criterion Restaurant, who had been a dresser under him at St. Bartholomew's Hospital . Watson confides in Stamford that, due to a shoulder injury that he sustained in the Anglo-Afghan War at the Battle of Maiwand, he has been forced to leave the armed services and is now looking for a place to live. Stamford mentions that an acquaintance of his, Sherlock Holmes, is looking for someone to split the rent at a flat at 221B Baker Street, but he cautions Watson about Holmes's eccentricities.

Stamford takes Watson back to St. Bartholomew's where, in a laboratory, they find Holmes experimenting with a reagent, seeking a test to detect human haemoglobin. Holmes explains the significance of bloodstains as evidence in criminal trials. After Stamford introduces Watson to Holmes, Holmes shakes Watson's hand and comments, "You have been in Afghanistan, I perceive?" Though Holmes chooses not to explain why he made the comment, Watson raises the subject of their parallel quests for a place to live in London, and Holmes explains that he has found the perfect place in Baker Street. At Holmes's prompting, the two review their various shortcomings to make sure that they can live together.

After seeing the rooms at 221B, they move in and grow accustomed to their new situation.

Watson is amazed by Holmes, who has profound knowledge of chemistry and sensational literature, very precise but narrow knowledge of geology and botany; yet knows little about literature, astronomy, philosophy, and politics. Holmes also has multiple guests visiting him at different intervals during the day.

After much speculation by Watson, Holmes reveals that he is a "consulting detective" and that the guests are clients. Facing Watson's doubts about some of his claims, Holmes casually deduces to Watson that one visitor, a messenger from Scotland Yard is also a retired Marine sergeant. When the man confirms this, Watson is astounded by Holmes' ability to notice details and assemble them.

Holmes reads the telegram requesting consultation in a fresh murder case. He is reluctant to help because credit would go entirely to the officials. Watson urges him to reconsider so Holmes invites him to accompany him as he investigates the crime scene, an abandoned house off the Brixton Road.

Holmes observes the pavement and garden leading up to the house before he and Watson meet Inspectors Gregson and Lestrade. The four observe the crime scene, Holmes using a magnifying lens and tape measure. The male corpse, he's told, has been identified as Enoch Drebber. Blood has been found in the room but there is no wound on the body. They also learn from documents found on his person that he was in London with his secretary, Joseph Stangerson. On one wall, written in blood, is "RACHE". Correcting an erroneous theory of Lestrade's, Holmes remarks that it is the German word for "revenge." He goes on to deduce that the victim died from poison and supplies a description of the murderer: six feet tall, disproportionately small feet, florid complexion, square toed boots, and smoking a Trichinopoly cigar. His right-hand fingernails are long and he came in a cab whose horse had three old shoes and a new one. Holmes says "RACHE" was a ploy to fool the police. Upon moving Drebber's body, the pair discover a woman's gold wedding ring.

Soon, Holmes and Watson visit the home of the constable who had first discovered the corpse, paying him a bit for disturbing his nocturnal sleep cycle. They get little information Holmes didn't already know, other than that a seemingly drunk loiterer had attempted to approach the crime scene. Holmes chastises the officer for not realising that this was the murderer himself in disguise. They leave and Holmes explains that the murderer returned on realising that he'd forgotten the wedding ring.

Holmes dispatches some telegrams including an order for a newspaper notice about the ring. He also buys a facsimile of it. He guesses that the murderer, having already returned to the scene of the crime for it, would come to retrieve it. The advertisement is answered by an old woman who claims that the ring belongs to her daughter. Holmes gives her the duplicate, follows her, and returns to Watson with the story: she took a cab, he hopped onto the back of it, he found that she had vanished when it stopped. This leads Holmes to believe that it was the murderer's accomplice in disguise.

A day later, Gregson visits Holmes and Watson, telling them that he has arrested a suspect. He had gone to Madame Charpentier's Boarding House where Drebber and Stangerson had stayed before the murder. He learned from her that Drebber, a drunk, had attempted to kiss Mrs Charpentier's daughter, Alice, which caused their immediate eviction. Drebber, however, came back later that night and attempted to grab Alice, prompting her older brother to attack him. He attempted to chase Drebber with a cudgel but claimed to have lost sight of him. Gregson has him in custody on this circumstantial evidence.

Lestrade then arrives revealing that Stangerson has more recently been murdered. He had gone to interview Stangerson after learning where he had been rooming. His body was found dead near the hotel window, stabbed through the heart. Above his body was again written “RACHE”. The only things Stangerson had with him were a novel, a pipe, and a small box containing two pills. The pillbox Lestrade still has with him. Holmes tests the pills on an old and sickly Scottish terrier in residence at Baker Street. The first pill produces no evident effect, the second kills the terrier. Holmes deduces that one was harmless and the other poison.

Just at that moment, a very young street urchin named Wiggins arrives. He's the leader of the “Baker Street Irregulars”, a group of similar homeless children Holmes employs to help him occasionally. Wiggins states that he's summoned the cab Holmes wanted. Holmes sends him down to fetch the cabby, claiming to need help with his luggage. When the cabbie comes upstairs and bends for the trunk, Holmes handcuffs and restrains him. He then announces the captive cabby as Jefferson Hope, the murderer of Drebber and Stangerson.

Part II: "The Country of the Saints"
The Mormon Nauvoo Legion, considerably overlapping with the Danites.

The story flashes back to the Salt Lake Valley (in modern Utah) in 1847, where John Ferrier and a little girl named Lucy, the only survivors of a small party of pioneers, lie down near a boulder to die from dehydration and hunger. They are discovered by a large party of Latter-day Saints led by Brigham Young. The Mormons rescue Ferrier and Lucy on the condition that they adopt and live under their faith. Ferrier, who has proven himself an able hunter, adopts Lucy and is given a generous land grant with which to build his farm after the party constructs Salt Lake City. Years later, a now-grown Lucy befriends and falls in love with a man named Jefferson Hope.

Lucy and Hope become engaged to be married, scheduled after Hope's return from a three-month-long journey for his job. However, Ferrier is visited by Young, who reveals that it is against the religion for Lucy to marry Hope, a non-Mormon. He states that Lucy should marry Joseph Stangerson or Enoch Drebber—both sons of members of the church's Council of Four—though Lucy may choose which one. Ferrier and Lucy are given a month to decide.

Ferrier, who has sworn to never marry his daughter to a Mormon, immediately sends out word to Hope for help. When he is visited by Stangerson and Drebber, Ferrier is angered by their arguments over Lucy and throws them out. Every day, however, the number of days Ferrier has left to marry off Lucy is painted somewhere on his farm in the middle of the night. Hope finally arrives on the eve of the last day, and sneaks his love and her adoptive father out of their farm and away from Salt Lake City. However, while he is hunting for food, Hope returns to a horrific sight: a makeshift grave for the elder Ferrier. Lucy is nowhere to be seen. Determined to devote his life to revenge, Hope sneaks back into Salt Lake City, learning that Stangerson murdered Ferrier, and that Lucy was forcibly married to Drebber. Lucy dies a month later from a broken heart; Drebber, who inherited Ferrier's farm, is indifferent to her death. Hope then breaks into Drebber's house the night before Lucy's funeral to kiss her body and remove her wedding ring. Swearing vengeance, Hope stalks the town, coming close to killing Drebber and Stangerson on numerous occasions.

Hope begins to suffer from an aortic aneurysm, causing him to leave the mountains to earn money and recuperate. When he returns several years later, he learns that Drebber and Stangerson have fled Salt Lake City after a schism between the Mormons. Hope searches the United States, eventually tracking them to Cleveland; the pair then flees to Europe, eventually landing in London.

Holmes manages to lure Hope, in his role as cabdriver, to his Baker Street room, where he claps handcuffs on him, and with the help of Lestrade, Gregson, and Watson, manages to subdue and restrain him. Hope then willingly tells his story to his captors. In London, Hope became a cabby and eventually found Drebber and Stangerson at the train station in Euston about to depart to Liverpool. Having missed the first train, Drebber instructs Stangerson to wait for him at the hotel and then returns to Madame Charpentier's house. He is attacked by her son, and after escaping, he gets drunk at a liquor store. He is picked up by Hope and is led to the house on Brixton Road, which Drebber drunkenly enters with Hope. He then forces Drebber to remember who he is and to take a pill out of a small box, allowing God to choose which one dies, for one was harmless and the other poison. Drebber takes the poisoned pill, and as he dies, Hope shows him Lucy's wedding ring. The excitement coupled with his aneurysm had caused his nose to bleed; he used the blood to write “RACHE” on the wall above Drebber.

Hope realised, upon returning to his cab, that he had forgotten Lucy’s ring, but upon returning to the house, he found Constable Rance and other police officers, who he evaded by acting drunk. He then had a friend pose as an old lady to pick up the supposed ring from Holmes's advertisement.

Hope then began stalking Stangerson's room at the hotel; but Stangerson, on learning of Drebber's murder, refused to come out. Hope climbed into the room through the window and gave Stangerson the same choice of pills, but he was attacked by Stangerson and forced to stab him in the heart.

After being told of this, Holmes and Watson return to Baker Street; Hope dies from his aneurysm the night before he was to appear in court, a smile on his face. One morning, Holmes reveals to Watson how he had deduced the identity of the murderer and how he had used the Irregulars, whom he calls "street Arabs," to search for a cabby by that name. He then shows Watson the newspaper; Lestrade and Gregson are given full credit. Outraged, Watson states that Holmes should record the adventure and publish it. Upon Holmes's refusal, Watson decides to do it himself.

Question :

1. Who is the main character in "sherlock holmes : a study in scarlet?"
a. Sherlock Holmes
b. Dr. Watson
c. Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson
d. Stamford and Sherlock Holmes
e. Stamford and Sherlock Holmes

2. How Sherlock Holmes and dr. Watson met?
a. Stamford was introducing Sherlock to dr. Watson
b. They met in a cafe accidentally
c. They have the same hobby
d. They are brother
e. They are doctors in england

3. Why is dr. Watson amazed by Sherlock Holmes?
a. Holmes is a kind person
b. Holmes has amazing knowledge
c. Holmes is an opened-person
d. Holmes never lying
e.  Holmes has the same hobby with him

4. Why is this novel categorize as detective novel?
a. Because this novel is thrilling
b. Because this novel is full of mistery
c. Because the story tells the reader about a detective who solve a criminal case
d. Because this novel is famous
e. Because this novel has a sadist story

5. How is the atmosphere of this novel?
a. Touching
b. Romantic
c. Curious
d. Funny
e. Horror