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Edu Passion

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Hallo!

     In this posted, I want to tell you about one of event in 3 Senior High School Bandung. The event called Edu Passion. Edu Passion is held every once a year.

     In this year, Edu Passion is hold on 15th of February 2018. In particular, Edu Passion is an event that being held to provide information about some of the existing faculties or universities in Indonesia and for help all students in grade 12 of Senior High School to choose faculties and universities that match with their talents and interests.

     In Edu Passion event, me and my friends (Angie, Sekar, Sespi, and Gare) had the opportunity to interview some university or institution. If you are curious and want to know more about Edu Passion, feel free to watch our vlog about Edu Passion.

Here it is!



Thank You.

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Descriptive Text of Sambal

The Food Of Hell From Indonesia


Famous as one of the best tropical countries, Indonesia provides tons of uniqueness and excitement. Its nature, culture, and art always bring millions of tourist each year. However, this time we are going to talk about one thing, Indonesia’s cuisine, in particular Sambal. Sambal or sambel is infamous among tourist as the food of hell for its undeniable ability to make the consumer produces tears and sweat when eating. Produced using chili as its main ingredient, sambal is indeed taste extremely spicy. Sambal is made by grinding ‘cabai’ or chili, along with several complements such as onion, cherry,  tomato, ‘terasi’, sugar, and salt. The ingredients are grinded using traditional tool made usually from wood or plastic. The texture is smooth with a vibrant color of green and red, depending on which chili you use. Infamous among tourists for its spiciness, many tourists avoid it. However, some of them are challenged and try to eat it. Those who dare to try usu…

Pangolin

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Manis javanica belongs to the Mammalian order Pholidota, meaning ‘scaled animals’. The common name ‘pangolin’ is from the Malayan term ‘peng-goling’ (a roller) and refers to the animal’s defence strategy of rolling into a ball (Gotch, 1979).
        Malayan pangolins are strikingly unique creatures, whose coat of movable and sharp-tipped scales are reminiscent of descriptions of a dragon's armor or "living pine cones" as they are nicknamed. They are 79-88 cm long, including the tail, and males are typically larger than females. They are covered from just above the nostrils to the tips of their tails by many rows of overlapping scales (17-19 rows on midsection and >20 rows along tail) . The scales on the back and sides are olive-brown to yellowish and hard. These scales are derived from hairs. The underbelly and face are covered in whitish to pale-brown hair, and the skin is gray to bluish.
        Males are larger than females. The species has a small conical he…

Gathapraya

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Almost every Senior High School always had one event ini every year, that called Cultural Fest. Every Cultural Fest in each Senior High School also had a different name.

This year, 3 Senior High School Bandung hold a Cultural Fest. The name of Cultural Fest is "Gathapraya". "Gathapraya" means 'hopes for the future'. The theme of Gathapraya festival is 'the traditional culture that is collaborated with Modern Culture'. Why the theme like that? The theme like that because Gathapraya wants reintroduce traditional culture to millenial generation and make millenial generation loved our own traditional culture. Why millenial generation? Because millenial generation is hope for the future that was born with modern culture.

Gathapraya was held at Saturday, on 30th of September 2017 in Bali Field. The event started with Nusantara Parade from Saparua to Bali Field. The participant are young people, start with children from kindergarten, elementary school, and…