Jumat, 14 Januari 2011

Me & Afgan

As a journalist, everyday I meet some one who really famous in Indonesia. I called his Afgan. He is a great singer and performance..Love you Afgan

Me & Andhika Pratama

As a journalist, everyday I meet some one who really famous in Indonesia. I called his Andhika Pratama. He is a great actress, singer and performance..Love you Andhika Pratama.

Kamis, 13 Januari 2011

Bank Indonesia

Bank Indonesia is a biggest bank in Indonesia.

But this picture I was taken in Yogyakarta city, and Bank Indonesia has been located near Malioboro Road.

Rabu, 12 Januari 2011

I sleep in Yogyakarta

when I walking in Malioboro road. I see so many people sleep on this road.

what do you think about this picture?

Minggu, 09 Januari 2011

ELLE Indonesia : Amazing Photography

When I buy ELLE Indonesia on September issue, I was looked Julius Bramanto amazing photography called Dynamism in Motion...

i really like it yaw...

Me & Goodnight Electrics

As a journalist, everyday I meet some great and famous person. Today I meet Goodnight Electrics, which one the biggest electrics band in Indonesia.

GE....I really Love you..

Mojosongo Latest Dump

The cow
The Old Lady With Rubbish

When I study in Universitas Sebelas Maret, Surakarta. I come to Mojosongo Latest Dump, the biggest TPA in Surakarta to take an amazing photography picture.

I really sad, when a cow eating our rubbish for his food.

I really sad, when an old woman still tough for her life and working with a rubbish.

what do you thing about this my picture?

Sabtu, 08 Januari 2011


What is a sukebe :::::

Sukebe (スケベ) is a word for called a Japanese boys with a naughty think.

Really, I very afraid when I meet him with a lot of porn think on his mind...

I think he is a gentle man, with a lot of smart think inside his mind.

But today, when I read on her sms, wow...I truly surprised. He is so sukebe..

what should I do??

My Nadya Fatira Picture Had Been Located on Page 3 Google

Go away.. ku tak menginginkan dirimu
Go away.. janganlah kau kembali padaku
Hentikan kau buatku lelah...aaa..aaa........

know my lovely partner has begun a top singer in Indonesia. I really miss her. But honestly, before I meet her in Aneka Yess! office, I know she will become a great singer.

Yeah..I wrote about her story in my little blog ---->

Nadya Fatira New Artist and Lovely Friends

and you know what? my picture on this blog has view in Google image search, page 3. I really surprise about this.

Thanks for my best fotografer friend --> Rio Agung, was take my picture to Nadya Fatira.


Pingy Web

Hei...my bloog can view from Pingy Web.

Today I really surprise when I checked my stats, and see..wow...my blog has been view by Pigy Web. Is like a shocked for me..I really love this day, because now I know that, my blog has been viewing by you from another world..yeah..lovely..

Thanks you guys

Kamis, 06 Januari 2011

Hinamatsuri or Ohinasama

The Japanese Doll Festival (雛祭り Hina-matsuri), or Girls' Day, is held on March 3.Platforms covered with a red carpet are used to display a set of ornamental dolls (雛人形 hina-ningyō) representing the Emperor, Empress, attendants, and musicians in traditional court dress of the Heian period.

Origin & Costume

The custom of displaying dolls began during the Heian period. Formerly, people believed the dolls possessed the power to contain bad spirits. Hinamatsuri traces its origins to an ancient Japanese custom called hina-nagashi (雛流し, lit. "doll floating"), in which straw hina dolls are set afloat on a boat and sent down a river to the sea, supposedly taking troubles or bad spirits with them.

The Shimogamo Shrine (part of theKamo Shrine complex in Kyoto) celebrates the Nagashibina by floating these dolls between the Takano and Kamo Rivers to pray for the safety of children. People have stopped doing this now because of fishermen catching the dolls in their nets.

They now send them out to sea, and when the spectators are gone they take the boats out of the water and bring them back to the temple and burn them.

The customary drink for the festival is shirozake, a sake made from fermented rice. A colored hina-arare, bite-sized crackers flavored with sugar or soy sauce depending on the region, and hishimochi, a diamond-shaped colored rice cake, are served.

Chirashizushi (sushi rice flavored with sugar, vinegar, topped with raw fish and a variety of ingredients) is often eaten. A salt-based soup called ushiojiru containingclams still in the shell is also served. Clam shells in food are deemed the symbol of a united and peaceful couple, because a pair of clam shells fits perfectly, and no pair but the original pair can do so.

Families generally start to display the dolls around mid-February and take down the platforms immediately after the festival. Superstition says that leaving the dolls out past March 4 will result in a late marriage for the daughter.

The dolls wear beautiful ancient court costumes of the Heian period (794-1185). The costume of the Empress is called the "juuni-hitoe (twelve-layered ceremonial robe)." Even today the juuni-hitoe is worn at the Royal family's wedding ceremony. Most recently, Princess Masako wore it on the wedding of the Crown Prince in 1993. When wearing the juuni-hitoe, the hairstyle is gathered at the neck to hang down the back (suberakashi) and a fan made of Japanese cypress is held in the hands.

The Expensive Dolls

A traditional set of dolls can be very expensive. There are various grades for the sets, and some full sets cost more than a million yen. Unless there is a set handed down from generation to generation, grandparents or parents buy them for a girl by her first Hinamatsuri (hatsu-zekku). However, since many Japanese live in small houses, royal couple version (with only the Emperor and the Empress dolls) is popular nowadays. There is a superstition that if you don't put away the hina-ningyo soon after March 3rd, the daughter will get married late.

Special Dishes

Here are some special dishes for the festival. "Hishimochi" are diamond-shaped rice cakes. They are colored red (or pink), white, and green. The red is for chasing evil spirits away, the white is for purity, and the green is for health. "Chirashi-zushi," "sakura-mochi (bean paste-filled rice cakes with cherry leaves)," "hina-arare (rice cake cubes)" and "shirozake (sweet white sake)" are also often served.

The origin of Hinamatsuri is an ancient Chinese practice in which the sin of the body and misfortune are transferred to a doll, and then removed by abandoning the doll on a river. A custom called "hina-okuri" or "nagashi-bina," in which people float paper dolls down rivers late on the afternoon of March 3rd, still exists in various areas.

Here is a Hinamatsuri song called "Ureshii Hinamatsuri (Happy Hinamatsuri).

Akari o tsukemashou bonbori ni
明かりをつけましょう ぼんぼりに

Ohana o agemashou momo no hana
お花をあげましょう 桃の花

Go-nin bayashi no fue taiko
五人ばやしの 笛太鼓

Kyo wa tanoshii Hinamatsuri

Let's light the lanterns

Let's set peach flowers

Five court musicians are playing flutes and drums

Today is a joyful Dolls' Festival

"~ mashou (~ましょう)" is a verb ending that indicates the person's volition or invitation in formal situations. It is similar to the English expressions of "Let's ~."

Selasa, 04 Januari 2011

Wayang Golek is Indonesia

This is a puppet show name a Wayang Golek. Maybe you know about this puppet look like a monster. But if you know that, Wayang Golek is old traditional show from west java. This puppet play with one of player name is Dalang.
The Dalang read a story for us about a tradisional story from West Java, Indonesia.