Minggu, 29 April 2018

EDU PASSION

EDU PASSION

     Hallo guys!! Welcome back to my blog, long time no see ya. 
     Ok lets go back to the topick, today i want share to you one of the event that have been held by my school. This event have been held actually on 25 February 2018 but because of one and another things that make me too late post this.
     Edu passion is an event that is specially intended for grade 12, this event helps us to know which universities we may choose later. Why? Because in this event there were a lot of delegation of unversities come to my school to promoted their universities.
And here my group vlog of EDU PASSION.

Minggu, 04 Maret 2018

ANNOUNCEMENT

ACTIVITY 1
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“HELLO GEORGETOWN”

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Information of the opening of  J. Crew Store located just a few doors down on M Street on April 2013
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Contact information:
Email goergetown@jcrew.com

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”CALL FOR PROPOSALS”

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For more information you can visit  WHO Indonesia Country Office Website.



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We are proud to announce
We outgrew our old place


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Information about their new address and what happen with their old store.
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Contact information:
     089922376549837























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Information of the event that will be hold starting form1st January 2018 in several big cities.
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Sabtu, 10 Februari 2018

B.J Habibie

B.J Habibie

  
    Prof. DR (HC). Ing. Dr. Sc. Mult. Bacharuddin Jusuf Habibie. He was birth in Pare-Pare, South Sulawesi, on June 25, 1936. He was the fourth of eight children, Alwi Abdul Jalil Habibie and RA. Tuti Marini Puspowardojo. Here is his siblings list:
  • Junus Effendi Habibie
  • Alwini Karsum Habibie
  • Satot Mohammad Duhri Habibie
  • Sri Sulaksmi Habibie
  • Sri Rahayu Fatima Habibie
  • Sri Rejeki Habibie
  • Ali Buntarman
  • Suyatim Abdurrahman Habibie   
    Habibie married Hasri Ainun Habibie on 12 May 1962 was blessed with two sons named Ilham Akbar and Thareq Kemal.
    Habibie who has a hobby of riding and reading is known to be very intelligent while still in primary school, but he must lose his father who died on September 3, 1950 due to a heart attack while he was praying Isya.
    Shortly after his father died, his mother then sold the house and his vehicle and then moved to Bandung with Habibie, after his father's death, his mother worked hard to finance the lives of his children, especially Habibie.
    Because of the willingness to learn Habibie then study at Gouvernments Middlebare School. In high school, he began to look prominent achievements, especially in exact subjects. Habibie became a favorite figure in his school.


Became a student of ITB and Lecture in Germany 
    Due to his intelligence, After graduating from high school in Bandung in 1954, he entered at ITB (Institut Teknologi Bandung). He did not finish there because he received a scholarship from the Minister of Education and Culture to continue his studies in Germany, because Bung Karno's message about the importance of mastery of Technology which has a national vision of Maritime Technology and Aerospace Technology when Indonesia was still developing at that time.
    Habibie is the second group among hundreds of high school students who are specifically sent to various countries. Habibie then chose the Aviation Engineering department with an Aircraft Construction specialization at Rhein Westfalen Aachen Technische Hochschule (RWTH).

    The education Habibie took abroad was not a crash course but a school for many years while practicing. From the beginning Habibie was only interested in 'how to build commercial aircraft' for the Indonesian people who became Soekarno's idea at that time. From there emerged strategic companies, there is PT PAL and one of them is IPTN.
Holiday is not a time for a vacation, for him just a golden opportunity to be filled with exams and make money to buy books. After the holiday, all activities are set aside except for study.    He earned the Ing Diploma degree, from Technische Hochschule, Germany in 1960 with the Cumlaude (Perfect) grade with an average grade of 9.5. With an engineer he signed up to work for Talbot Firm, a German railway industry.    At that time Talbot Firm needed a large-volume wagon to transport lightweight but high-volume items. Habibie tried to apply the construction methods of making the airplane wings to the wagon and finally succeeded.    Afterwards he continued his studies for a Doctorate at the Technische Hochschule Die Facultaet Fuer Maschinenwesen Aachen then Habibie married in 1962 with Hasri Ainun Habibie who was later transported to Germany, his life increasingly hard, in the early morning Habibie sometimes had to walk quickly to his work away to save the necessities of life then go home at night and learn for his college.    His wife Mrs. Hasri Ainun Habibie had to queue at a laundering site to wash clothes to save the family's life needs. In 1965 Habibie earned a Dr. Ingenieur with summa cumlaude (Very perfect) with an average rating of 10 from Technische Hochschule Die Facultaet Fuer Maschinenwesen Aachen.

Habibie Factor Formula 

    Habibie invented a formula called "Habibie Factor" because it calculated crack propagation on random to atomic atoms so he was dubbed "Mr. Crack". In 1967, became Professor of honor (Professor) at the Bandung Institute of Technology. From the same place in 1965.    This genius and achievement led Habibie to be recognized by international institutions, among them, Gesselschaft fuer Luft und Raumfahrt (German Institute of Aeronautics and Space), The Royal Aeronautical Society of London (UK), The Royal Swedish Academy of Engineering Sciences (Sweden), The Academie Nationale de l'Air et de l'Espace (France) and The US Academy of Engineering (United States).    Meanwhile, Habibie's awards include Edward Warner Award and von Karman Award which is almost equivalent to the Nobel Prize. Domestically, Habibie was awarded the highest award from the Bandung Institute of Technology (ITB), Ganesha Praja Manggala Bhakti Kencana.  

    Habibie much admired, full of controversy, many admirers but not a few who disagree with him. Every time, the prestigious award winner Theodore van Karman Award, it's back from his "habitat" Germany, he always be the hottest news.
    Then he worked in the leading aircraft industry MBB Gmbh Germany, before meeting President Soeharto's call to return to Indonesia.

B.J Habibie Returns to Indonesia and Creates First Artificial Indonesian Aircraft

    In Indonesia, Habibie 20 years as Minister of State Research and Technology / Head of BPPT, lead 10 state-owned enterprises Strategic Industries. In 1995, Habibie successfully led the manufacture of N250 Gatot Kaca aircraft which is the first Indonesian-made aircraft.    Habibie's N250 aircraft was not a plane made at random. Designed in such a way by Habibie, his N250 aircraft had flown without experiencing the 'Dutch Roll' (excessive flight term for airplane), the aircraft technology was very sophisticated and Habibie prepared for the next 30 years.    Habibie took 5 years to complete the initial design. N250 Gatot Kaca aircraft is the only turboprop aircraft in the world that uses technology 'Fly by Wire'.N250 Gatot Kaca aircraft has flown 900 hours according to Habibie and one more step into the FAA (Federal Aviation Administration) certification program. PT IPTN even built a special factory N250 aircraft in America and Europe for the markets of those countries, although at that time many who underestimated the plane made in Indonesia, including some in the country.    When IPTN under Habibie's command has begun to triumph and employs 16,000 people, Suddenly President Soeharto decided that IPTN was closed and so was with other strategic industries. This was done when the storm of monetary crisis hit Indonesia between 1996-1998.    Another reason for the closure of IPTN when it was Indonesia received financial assistance from the IMF (International Monetary Fund) where one of the conditions is to stop the project making the N250 aircraft which is the pride of Habibie. All the experts working in IPTN and other strategic industries are forced to spread and work abroad, most of them scattered in various countries, especially aircraft factories in Brazil, Canada, America and Europe.

... I told the President, give me 500 million dollars and the N250 would be the greatest plane that beat ATR, Bombardier, Dornier, Embraer etc. and we do not need to depend on any country. But the decision has been taken and the 16 thousand IPTN employees have to earn a fortune in the land of people and crazy again we are buying aircraft from their country! - B.J Habibie 

    After the closing of IPTN, Habibie, then Minister of Research and Technology (Menristek), was appointed Vice President of Indonesia on 14 March 1998 to accompany Soeharto in Building VII. He served as vice president only a few months until 2 May 1998.    The great political turmoil and reforms demanded by Indonesians culminated in May 1998. The resignation of President Soeharto on 21 May 1998 with the announcement of his resignation made B.J Habibie subsequently officially succeeded him as President of the Republic of Indonesia. He was sworn by the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court to become President of Indonesia replacing Suharto became President of the Republic of Indonesia to 3.    Soeharto surrendered the presidency to Habibie under Article 8 of the 1945 Constitution. BJ Habibie served as the third Indonesian President for more than one year from 21 May 1998 to 20 October 1999. At that time, BJ Habibie inherited a condition in which Indonesia was in turmoil after the fall of Soeharto where a lot of riots and the number of areas that declared want to escape from Indonesia.    In his administration as President, Habibie made many important decisions. One of them is the birth of the Regional Autonomy Law. He also freed the people in the aspirations that made many new political parties emerging.    Habibie also managed to suppress the value of the rupiah against the dollar to below 10 thousand when the value was once reached 15 thousand per dollar, he also liquidated some troubled banks.    Until finally President Habibie was forced to resign from the post of Indonesian president after the 1999 MPR general session, his accountability speech as president was rejected by the MPR. In addition, one of the causes of the resignation of Habibie was the escape of the East Timor province which chose independence and formed a new state.

    After putting down his post as President and replaced by K.H Abdurrahman Wahid (Gusdur) as President, B.J Habibie was again an ordinary citizen, he returned to live in Germany although usually also returned to Indonesia.


    Long time was unheard of, and on May 22, 2010, BJ Habibie's wife Hasri Ainun Habibie died at the Ludwig Maximilians Universitat Hospital, Klinikum, Muenchen, Germany due to ovarian cancer. Ainun Habibie died on Saturday at 17.30 pm Germany time or 22:30 Jakarta time.    The certainty of Hasri Ainun's death from the certainty of Ali Mochtar Ngabalin, a former member of the House of Representatives appointed BJ Habibie's family representative. This became a profound sadness for former President Habibie and the Indonesian People who felt lost.    For Habibie, Ainun is everything. Ainun is the eye to see his life. For Ainun, Habibie is everything, a fill of love in his life. But every story has its end, every dream has its limit.

 

5 question about B.J Habibie:

1. B.J Habibie is the ... Indonesia President. 

a. First             c. Third

b. Second        d.  Fourth

2. Habibie got his  Ing Diploma degree from ...

a. Technische Hochschule     c. Technishe Universitat Munchen

b. ITB                                    d. Technische Hochschule Die Facultaet Fuer Maschinenwesen Aachen

3. Habibie married Ainun on Mei ...

a. 1972          c. 1955

b. 1946          d. 1962

4. Habibie inventeed a formula called ...

a. Aljabar                     c. Crack Faktor

b. Habibie Faktor         d. Mr. Crack

5. Habibie and Ainun has ... child.

a. 3          c. 2

b. 4          d. 5

Sabtu, 20 Januari 2018

Edelweis.

Edelweis
Everlasting Flower


Many people said that edelweiss is the symbol of everlasting love.

Leontopodium nivale, commonly called edelweiss, is a well-known mountain flower, belonging to the Asteraceae (daisy or sunflower family).

The plant prefers rocky limestone places at about 1,800–3,000 metres (5,900–9,800 ft) altitude. It is non-toxic, and has been used traditionally in folk medicine as a remedy against abdominal and respiratory diseases. The dense hair appears to be an adaptation to high altitudes, protecting the plant from cold, aridity, and ultraviolet radiation. As a scarce, short-lived flower found in remote mountain areas, the plant has been used as a symbol for alpinism, for rugged beauty and purity associated with the Alps and Carpathians, and as a national symbol, especially of Austria, Bulgaria, Romania, Slovenia, and Switzerland. According to folk tradition, giving this flower to a loved one is a promise of dedication.

Names

The flower's common name derives from the German word "Edelweiß", which is a compound of edel "noble" and weiß "white."

Edelweiß was one of several regional names for the plant and entered wide usage during the first half of the 19th century, in the context of early Alpine tourism.Alternative names include Chatzen-Talpen ("cat's paws"), and the older Wullbluomen ("wool flower," attested in the 16th century).

The scientific name is a latinisation of the Greek leontopódion, "lion's paw."

Taxonomy


Edelweiss

Alpen Edelweiß, Leontopodium alpinum 2.JPG


Least Concern (IUCN 3.1)

Scientific classification e

Kingdom:Plantae 
Clade:Angiosperms
Clade:Eudicots
Clade:Asterids
Order:Asterales
Family:Asteraceae
Genus:Leontopodium
Species:L. nivale

Binomial name

Leontopodium nivale

(Ten.) Huet ex Hand.-Mazz.


     Since 1822, Leontopodium has no longer been considered part of the Gnaphalium genus,but classified alongside it as a distinct genus within the Gnaphalieae tribe.In 2003, 
Leontopodium alpinum was re-classified as a subspecies of Leontopodium nivale.Thus, the alpine edelweiss is currently recognized as being divided into two subspecies,  
Leontopodium nivale subsp. alpinum (Cass.) Greuter and Leontopodium nivale subsp.


 Symbolic uses



No.5, Dianthus silvestris, and Gnaphalium leontopodium, (Edelweiss), chromolithograph by Helga von Cramm, with hymn by F. R. Havergal, 1877.

In the 19th century, the edelweiss became a symbol of the rugged purity of the Alpine region and of its native inhabitants.

In Berthold Auerbach's novel Edelweiss (1861), the difficulty for an alpinist to acquire an edelweiss flower was exaggerated to the point of claiming: "the possession of one is a proof of unusual daring." This idea at the time was becoming part of the popular mythology of early alpinism. Auerbach's novel appeared in English translation in 1869, prefaced with a quote attributed to Ralph Waldo Emerson:

"There is a flower known to botanists, one of the same genus with our summer plant called 'Life-Everlasting', a Gnaphalium like that, which grows on the most inaccessible cliffs of the Tyrolese mountains, where the chamois dare hardly venture, and which the hunter, tempted by its beauty and by his love (for it is immensely valued by the Swiss maidens), climbmivas the cliffs to gather, and is sometimes found dead at the foot, with the flower in his hand. It is called by botanists the Gnaphalium leontopodium, but by the Swiss EDELWEISS, which signifies NOBLE PURITY."


Before 1914
in the Swiss army, the highest ranks (brigadier general and higher) have badges in the form of edelweiss flowers, where other military branch badges would have stars
The edelweiss was established in 1907 as the sign of the Austrian-Hungarian alpine troops by Emperor Franz Joseph I. These original three Regiments wore their edelweiss on the collar of their uniform. During World War I (1915), the edelweiss was granted to the German alpine troops, for their bravery. Today, it is still the insignia of the Austrian, Polish, Romanian, and German alpine troops

World Wars era
The song Stelutis alpinis (Friulian for "Little edelweisses"), written by Arturo Zardini when he was an evacuee due to World War I, is now considered the unofficial anthem of Friuli[17]
The song Es War Ein Edelweiss was written by Herms Niel for soldiers during World War II
The edelweiss was a badge of the Edelweiss Pirates: the anti-Nazi youth groups in the Third Reich. It was worn on the clothes (e.g., a blouse or a suit)
The edelweiss flower was the symbol of Wehrmacht and Waffen-SS Gebirgsjäger, or mountain rangers, worn as a metal pin on the left side of the mountain cap, on the band of the service dress cap, and as a patch on the right sleeve. It is still the symbol of the mountain brigade in the German army today
The World War II Luftwaffe unit, Kampfgeschwader 51 (51st Bomber Wing) was known as the Edelweiss Wing
The edelweiss is represented as the favorite flower of Adolf Hitler's, in the recording "Adolf Hitlers Lieblingsblume ist das schlichte Edelweiß" (1934), sung by Harry Steier.

After 1945
The edelweiss flower is a common symbol worn by today's United States Army's 1st Battalion 10th Special Forces Group Airborne Soldiers. The 1-10th SFG(A) Soldiers adopted the symbol under the command of (Ret.) Col. Aaron Banks after they occupied the former Waffen SS officer school (Junkerschule) at Flint Kaserne
A song entitled "Edelweiss" was written for Rodgers and Hammerstein's musical The Sound of Music (1959)
Since 2002, the Austrian two cent coin has depicted an edelweiss
From 1959 to 2001, the one schilling coin depicted a bunch of three flowers
It is the symbol of the Bulgarian Tourist Union and the Bulgarian Mountain Control and Lifeguard Service
It is also the symbol of the Swiss national tourism organisation
It is featured on the Romanian fifty lei note
An Austrian brand of beer is named Edelweiß
The edelweiss is used in the logotypes of several alpine clubs such as the Deutscher Alpenverein (German Alpine Club) or the Österreichischer Alpenverein (Austrian Alpine Club). The edelweiss is also used in the logotype of the Union of International Mountain Leader Associations (UIMLA).
In Asterix in Switzerland (1970), the plot is driven by a quest to find edelweiss in the Swiss mountains and bring a bloom back to Gaul to cure a poisoned Roman quaestor
Edelweiss Air, an international airline based in Switzerland, is named after the flower, which also appears in its logo
The musician Moondog composed the song "High on a Rocky Ledge" inspired by the Edelweiss flower
"Bring me Edelweiss" is the best-known song of the music group Edelweiss
Polish professional ice hockey team MMKS Podhale Nowy Targ use an edelweiss as their emblem
Edelweiss Lodge and Resort is a military resort located in Garmisch, Germany. 


The Edelweiss Flower’s Color Meanings

Though subtle in appearance, the Edelweiss’ color has symbolic meaning as much as the entire flower itself has. The actual German translation of the word, “Edelweiss,” literarily means noble and white. Surely, this is a brief color meaning as a description. The flower’s sense of nobility is the most profound in the Edelweiss’ entire symbolic meaning. Roughly dozens of people die yearly in climbs and expeditions for this blooming daisy variety. Its nobility is on the line yearly with 50 being the most to have fallen to their deaths in pursuit of this wild blossom.



Interesting Facts About the Edelweiss Flower





There currently are legal limitations that deny the legal right to pick this flower in most of the regions where it’s now left to grow wild.
The plant is said to have anti-aging proponents.
The popular song, that you likely heard on “Sound of Music” is not a national tune; it was written specifically for the movie.
To prevent its extinction, the Edelweiss has been planted in accessible areas consisting of lower altitudes.
The Edelweiss is a token of love, and it is also the name of a beer maker in Austria.
Special Occasions for Edelweiss Flowers
Should the man be brave and stout, an Edelweiss might be the right flower to profess his love. This flower can be a great symbol of love when daring men take hold of the mountains and elevate there way through dangers of falling and inclement weather.

The lucky women found to be the reason for such an occasion will surely know the honor of the man seeking to impress her. This flower could also have been given to soothe the body of diphtheria or tuberculosis.

When taken as a tea, these ailments are given relief and was a gesture of good faith had it been giving to you during sickness.


The Edelweiss Flower’s Message Is:

A plant that is of honorable qualities, the Edelweiss, which makes its seeker climb and its lover woo. Its nobility is found in its upbringing: rare and where only few can surely get to.






5 question about edelweiss:

  1. Edelweiss was taken from ... word. 
          a. Yunan
         b. German
         c. English
         d. Holland

      2. The song of Moondog that was inspired from edelweiss is ...
          a. High on a Rocky Ledge
          b. Edelweiss
          c. Bring me edelweiss
          d. Havana

      3. Edelweiss ailments are given relie, when we use it in ... form.
         a. Soup
         b. Masker
         c. Cake
         d. Tea

     4. edelweiss colour is the symbol of ...
         a. Love
         b. Noble
         c. Power
         d. Death
 
    5. Edelweiss was same like botani plant named ...
        a. Orchid
        b. Sun flower
        c. The death flower
        d. Live-Everlasting

Jumat, 12 Januari 2018

My Last Holiday

Huy guyss. 
Today i will start to tell you about my holiday.

 May be around three weeks ago i got my holiday after i pass the final examination in my school.
We got two weeks for our holiday. Some of my classmate spend they holiday to go Umroh, go to     foreign country, but that's my classmate so it's different with me.                                                       
 
I almost spend my holiday just around my home. I mostly spend my time to help my mother to 
cleaned my house. But sometimes my parents invited me to picnic. Then they have been invited me to go to Cirata. Actually Cirata is one of a dam in Jawa Barat, Indonesia, beside Jati Luhur dam.      
But we not go to Cirata just for seeing the dam. We go there because there, we have our favourite   
restaurant. If i'm not mistaken the name of the restaurant is "Restaurant Midun". And our favourite food in that place is the sate maranggi it is very very delicious. I recomended it to all of you guys...

And there are many places that i have visited with my parents that i not sure to write it here. But
taht's one thing that is yaa unforgetable for me. It was in 31th December yaa and i just stay at my  
grandma's house. That day i little bit feel boring cause i just playing my phone. And my aunty       
called my mother and invited me to go with them to go to Sumedang to my aunty's family. At the 
first i don't want to go till my aunty come to my grandma's house to persuade me to go with them  
to Sumedang. Yeahh and she succed do it and i decided to prepare my self to go to Sumedang.       

We go to Sumedang at 11.30 am and gratefully the road was not full. We arrived in Sumedang at
14.00 pm. We visited my aunty's house and we did midday pray first then we continue our journey   
to cipanas may be around 17.00 pm we go back from cipanas. At the way we go back to my aunty's
house we bought tahu sumedang and hui cilembu. Before we go back to Cimahi we did afternoon   
pray first then we start go back to Cimahi at 18.30 pm. We arrived at Cimahi at 21.00 pm.               

That's my story about my holiday. How about your's??
See guys in my next post..