Kamis, 25 Mei 2017

Paman gober

first i went to School to took and registation the bike. after that I went to lapbal after the event start we past the bali street after a few minute we stoped and The committee planted a tree in armie's complex . After a few hours we went to school again.

On Saturday the 20th I went to gramedia Ip to buy a book. By the time I was in front of my ip I was almost hit by the car. Luckily I was saved by a man. And from that day on I began to be careful in cross the road.

Minggu, 02 April 2017

1.To produce something
2. Become interpreters hospitalization
3. that is neither solid nor liquid
4. along piece of cloth worn around the neck
5. to become fastened
6. the parts of body have function  for biting
7. the verb 3 from go
8. Something dificult to found
9. King of the jungle
10. An animal that live at the house
11.you and I and also another
12. a letter to go one person/place to another
13. strike down
14. far away from land
15. a copy data image to displyed on the screen
16. to make some one lost interest

1.by way or going through
2. a child or young person
3.. made especially from  sour wine, malt
4. not containing any things
5. a reserve movement
6. a very famous shopping place in Bandung
7. where many kinds of animal
8. an animal like a large rabbit
9. opposite from  east
10. to move through the air using wings
11. to speak in a loud voice
12. a man, a guy
13. the smallest tactical unit of military personnel
14. used as a formal and polite way of speaking to a man
15. a word when you want you scare someone

Dewa athena

at 25 may I went to lapbal to attend dewa athena I just attended the opening of dewa Athena because after that I must attend biology training.  I went to Sophia  to made a permission about biology training next I went to SMA 3. When I was arriving I went to retro to took whiteboard. We discussed about the osk questions.  We start with the material evolution, Biosystematics and ecology. we first discuss about monophiletic,  paraphiletic and poliphiletic. Next we discussed about anatomy of tetrapod.  Next is the water ecosystems like photik is  the ecosystem of lake are exposed light. next we argue about nitrogen fixation. Next about anatomy and physiology of plant I think I can answers only one question about phloem tissue differences in angiosperms and gymnosperms. An the last about Huntington disease.  Huntington disease
due to the distance to the gene locus. After that I went to lapbal and after any hour's I went to home

Minggu, 08 Januari 2017

My semester holiday

I took my report semester.
First day I went to met my junior high school. When I came to Gramedia They greetings me.   We talk about binary, octal and hexadecimal.  After That We went to Restaurant. next I went to home.
Second day I Went to BEC on the road I met with school friends who do not vacation because the value does not reach the criteria. after I bought external hard disk I went to home.  

Third day I went to Bekasi I went to bought somethings with my family.I bought some school supplies. after that  we went to Japanese restaurant I ate sushi, udon, and yakiniku. next we went to mosque to prayer we went to Bandung. next day we went to Kawah Putih in ciwidey.  I saw the scenery of Kawah Putih and took some photo in Kawah putih. 

One Week later in this week I watched some anime that's Rewrite, Ano Mita Hana, starmyu, Fate Grand Order First order, Magic Kyun Renaissance,  Haikyu season 3, Boku dake inai machi, and Seiren.

The last day I Prepared my school supplies that is bag, pen, pencils, eraser, textbook and books. 

Minggu, 30 Oktober 2016


Ir. Sukarno was born in Surabaya on June 6, 1901. Ir. President Soekarno was first known as proclaimer with Dr. Mohammad Hatta. In 1926, he graduated from Technische Hoge School, Bandung (ITB now). On July 4, 1927, Sukarno founded the PNI (Indonesian National Party) to achieve the independence of his charisma and intelligence made him famous as an orator who can excite people. Dutch feel threatened by the attitude of his nationalism. In December 1929, Sukarno and other PNI leaders were arrested and imprisoned. PNI itself dissolved and changed into Partindo. His struggles continued after he was released, but in August 1933, proclaimed the independence of Indonesia's re-arrested and exiled to Ende, Flores, then moved to Bengkulu. Soekarno was released when the Japanese took over the Dutch. Japan called Ir. Sukarno, Mohammad Hatta, Ki Hajar Dewantara and K.H. Mas Mansur founded SON (Pusat Tenaga Rakyat) for the benefit of Japan. However, more precisely SON fight for the people's interests. As a result, Japan disperse SON. When a position in the Asia Raya started recessive War Allies, the Japanese established BPUPKI. At the hearing BPUPKI dated June 1, 1945, Sukarno put forward the idea of ​​a basic State called Pancasila. After BPUPKI disbanded, he was appointed as chairman PPKI. Not long after the Japanese call Soekarno, Hatta, and Radjiman Wedyodiningrat to Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, to meet with General Terauchi to discuss the issue of independence of Indonesia. After returning to Indonesia, Sukarno and Hatta were kidnapped youths who had heard the news of the defeat of Japan's top ally and brought to Rengasdengklok. Finally, an agreement was reached so that Soekarno-Hatta Jakarta soon return to prepare the manuscript Proclamation. Together with Hatta, Sukarno proclaimed Indonesia's independence on behalf of the people of Indonesia on August 17, 1945 in East Pegangsaan No. 56, Jakarta. This independence is the result of the struggle of the entire people of Indonesia, not giving Japan. One day later, he was inaugurated as the first President. He ruled for 22 years. Sukarno died at the age of 69 years and was buried in Blitar, East Java.

rescource : http://www.ilmusiana.com/2015/06/biografi-ir-soekarno-pahlawan-nasional.html

Minggu, 23 Oktober 2016

rescourse https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kinkaku-ji
Kinkaku-ji (金閣寺?, literally "Temple of the Golden Pavilion"), officially named Rokuon-ji (鹿苑寺?, literally "Deer Garden Temple"), is a Zen Buddhist temple in KyotoJapan.[2] It is one of the most popular buildings in Japan, attracting a large number of visitors annually.[3] It is designated as a National Special Historic Site and a National Special Landscape, and it is one of 17 locations making up the Historic Monuments of Ancient Kyoto which are World Heritage Sites.[4]

Painted photograph of the Golden Pavilion in 1885
Golden Pavilion following the 1950 arson
The site of Kinkaku-ji was originally a villa called Kitayama-dai (北山第), belonging to a powerful statesman, Saionji Kintsune.[5] Kinkaku-ji's history dates to 1397, when the villa was purchased from the Saionji family by Shogun Ashikaga Yoshimitsu, and transformed into the Kinkaku-ji complex.[5] When Yoshimitsu died, the building was converted into a Zen temple by his son, according to his wishes.[3][6]
During the Onin war (1467–1477), all of the buildings in the complex aside from the pavilion were burned down.[5]
On July 2, 1950, at 2:30 am, the pavilion was burned down by a 22-year-old novice monk, Hayashi Yoken, who then attempted suicide on the Daimon-ji hill behind the building. He survived, and was subsequently taken into custody. The monk was sentenced to seven years in prison, but was released because of mental illnesses (persecution complex and schizophrenia) on September 29, 1955; he died oftuberculosis.[7] During the fire, the original statue of Ashikaga Yoshimitsu was lost to the flames (now restored). A fictionalized version of these events is at the center of Yukio Mishima's 1956 book The Temple of the Golden Pavilion.[2]
The present pavilion structure dates from 1955, when it was rebuilt.[2] The pavilion is three stories high, approximately 12.5 meters in height.[8] The reconstruction is said to be a copy close to the original, although some doubt such an extensive gold-leaf coating was used on the original structure.[3] In 1984, the coating of Japanese lacquer was found a little decayed, and a new coating as well as gilding with gold-leaf, much thicker than the original coatings (0.5 µm instead of 0.1 µm), was completed in 1987. Additionally, the interior of the building, including the paintings and Yoshimitsu's statue, were also restored. Finally, the roof was restored in 2003. The name Kinkaku is derived from the gold leaf that the pavilion is covered in. Gold was an important addition to the pavilion because of its underlying meaning. The gold employed was to mitigate and purify any pollution or negative thoughts and feelings towards death.[9] Other than the symbolic meaning behind the gold leaf, the Muromachi period heavily relied on visual excesses.[10] With the focus on the Golden Pavilion, how the structure is mainly covered in that material, creates an impression that stands out because of the sunlight reflecting and the effect the reflection creates on the pond.
The fishing deck and small islets at the rear of the pavilion
Roof ornament
The Golden Pavilion (金閣 Kinkaku?) is a three-story building on the grounds of the Rokuon-ji temple complex.[11] The top two stories of the pavilion are covered with pure gold leaf.[11] The pavilion functions as a shariden (舎利殿), housing relics of the Buddha (Buddha's Ashes). The building was an important model for Ginkaku-ji (Silver Pavilion Temple), and Shōkoku-ji, which are also located in Kyoto.[2]When these buildings were constructed, Ashikaga Yoshimasa employed the styles used at Kinkaku-ji and even borrowed the names of its second and third floors.[2]

The pavilion successfully incorporates three distinct styles of architecture which are shinden, samurai, and zen, specifically on each floor.[8] Each floor of the Kinkaku uses a different architectural style.[2]
The first floor, called The Chamber of Dharma Waters (法水院, Hou-sui-in), is rendered in shinden-zukuri style, reminiscent of the residential style of the 11th century Heian imperial aristocracy.[2] It is evocative of the Shinden palace style. It is designed as an open space with adjacent verandas and uses natural, unpainted wood and white plaster.[8] This helps to emphasize the surrounding landscape. The walls and fenestration also affect the views from inside the pavilion. Most of the walls are made of shutters that can vary the amount of light and air into the pavilion[8] and change the view by controlling the shutters' heights. The second floor, called The Tower of Sound Waves (潮音洞, Chou-on-dou ),[2] is built in the style of warrior aristocrats, or buke-zukuri. On this floor, sliding wood doors and latticed windows create a feeling of impermanence. The second floor also contains a Buddha Hall and a shrine dedicated to the goddess of mercy, Kannon.[8] The third floor is built in traditional Chinese chán (Jpn. zen) style, also known as zenshū-butsuden-zukuri. It is called theCupola of the Ultimate (究竟頂, Kukkyou-chou). The zen typology depicts a more religious ambiance in the pavilion, as was popular during the Muromachi period.[8]
The roof is in a thatched pyramid with shingles.[12] The building is topped with a bronze phoenix (phoenix) ornament.[11] From the outside, viewers can see gold plating added to the upper stories of the pavilion. The gold leaf covering the upper stories hints at what is housed inside: the shrines.[9] The outside is a reflection of the inside. The elements of nature, death, religion, are formed together to create this connection between the pavilion and outside intrusions.

White Snake Pagoda of Kinkaku-ji
The Golden Pavilion is set in a magnificent Japanese strolling garden (回遊式庭園 kaiyū-shiki-teien?, lit. a landscape garden in the go-round style).[6] The location implements the idea of borrowing of scenery ("shakkei") that integrates the outside and the inside, creating an extension of the views surrounding the pavilion and connecting it with the outside world. The pavilion extends over a pond, called Kyōko-chi (鏡湖池 Mirror Pond?), that reflects the building.[5] The pond contains 10 smaller islands.[8] The zen typology is seen through the rock composition, the bridges, and plants are arranged in a specific way to represent famous places in Chinese and Japanese literature.[8] Vantage points and focal points were established because of the strategic placement of the pavilion to view the gardens surrounding the pavilion.[10] A small fishing deck (釣殿 tsuri-dono?) is attached to the rear of the pavilion building, allowing a small boat to be moored under it.[5] The pavilion grounds were built according to descriptions of the Western Paradise of the Buddha Amida, intending to illustrate a harmony between heaven and earth.[6] The largest islet in the pond represents the Japanese islands.[5] The four stones forming a straight line in the pond near the pavilion are intended to represent sailboats anchored at night, bound for the Isle of Eternal Life in Chinese mythology.[5]
The garden complex is an excellent example of Muromachi period garden design.[11] The Muromachi period is considered to be a classical age of Japanese garden design.[10] The correlation between buildings and its settings were greatly emphasized during this period.[10] It was a way to integrate the structure within the landscape in an artistic way. The garden designs were characterized by a reduction in scale, a more central purpose, and a distinct setting.[13] A minimalistic approach was brought to the garden design, by recreating larger landscapes in a smaller scale around a structure.[13]


!. who bought Kinkaku ji from Saionji family ?
A. Shogun Ashigaka Yoshimasa
B. Shogun Ashigaka Yoshimochi
C. Shogun Ashigaka Yoshikazu 
D. Shogun Ashigaka Yoshimitsu
E.  Shogun Ashigaka Yoshihisa  

2." He pavilion was burned down by a 22-year-old novice monk "  
    The underlined word closest meaning is ...
A. Friar
B. pastor 
C. Priest
D. Hermit
E. Theologian 

3. The following statements are not true ?
A. The roof is in a thatched pyramid with shingles.
B.  The building was converted into a Zen temple by his grandson
C.  The first floor, called The Chamber of Dharma Waters 
D.  The pavilion grounds were built according to descriptions of the Western Paradise of the Buddha            Amida
E. The building is topped with a bronze phoenix ornament.  
4. " It is one of the most popular buildings in Japan "
      The underline word is refer to ...
A. Kinkaku ji
B. Phoenix
C. Pond
D. Ginkaku ji
E. Shokoku ji
5. what the result of onin war ?
A. the temple burned
B. the temple broke
C. the temple was flooded
D. the temple filled with blood
E. the temple filled with crow

1. d
2. a.