Minggu, 20 November 2016


SMA 3 Bandung hold leadership learning program called LDKS. It was held on 28 September util 1 October 2016 in Rinda III/ Siliwangi. It was a very fun event. we build our soliderity as one of SMA 3 generation.

Day 1
we came to Rindam at 6 am. When we first came to Rindam soe of my senior told me to come inside. Inside one of the building. The military divide us into some barracks. The barracks is pretty nice. They provide us bed ad some of us got a cupboard. At noon, we heard some subjects from headmaster of SMA 3. I the afternoon we did some PBB. It was very tired. I also shaved by military

My Extracurricular

In my senior highschool, I choose two extracurricular. It is BM and KANST. Actually I want more extracurricular but I was confused. So I just pick two.

BM is a football extracurricular. I choose BM because I want at least one sport extracurricular. There are many people choose BM because football is fun. I always love football since I was a child. I start playing football in my elementry school footal team. And now I want to continue in my senior highschool. Thats the reason why Ichoose BM

KANST is a school security extracurricular. I never heard about a school security extracurricular before. So i'm feeling curious about it. Some of my friends told me that it is a good extracurricular. So when there is an open recruitment, I went to the stand and sign my name. I was so excited because there I never heard of it.

Senin, 31 Oktober 2016



Stephen Hawking was born on January 8, 1942, in Oxford, England. At an early age, Hawking showed a passion for science and the sky. At age 21, while studying cosmology at the University of Cambridge, he was diagnosed with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis. Despite his debilitating illness, he has done groundbreaking work in physics and cosmology, and his several books have helped to make science accessible to everyone. Part of his life story was depicted in the 2014 film The Theory of Everything.
Early Life and Background
The eldest of Frank and Isobel Hawking's four children, Stephen William Hawking was born on the 300th anniversary of the death of Galileo—long a source of pride for the noted physicist—on January 8, 1942. He was born in Oxford, England, into a family of thinkers. His Scottish mother had earned her way into Oxford University in the 1930s—a time when few women were able to go to college. His father, another Oxford graduate, was a respected medical researcher with a specialty in tropical diseases.
Stephen Hawking's birth came at an inopportune time for his parents, who didn't have much money. The political climate was also tense, as England was dealing with World War II and the onslaught of German bombs. In an effort to seek a safer place, Isobel returned to Oxford to have the couple's first child. The Hawkings would go on to have two other children, Mary (1943) and Philippa (1947). And their second son, Edward, was adopted in 1956.
The Hawkings, as one close family friend described them, were an "eccentric" bunch. Dinner was often eaten in silence, each of the Hawkings intently reading a book. The family car was an old London taxi, and their home in St. Albans was a three-story fixer-upper that never quite got fixed. The Hawkings also housed bees in the basement and produced fireworks in the greenhouse.
In 1950, Hawking's father took work to manage the Division of Parasitology at the National Institute of Medical Research, and spent the winter months in Africa doing research. He wanted his eldest child to go into medicine, but at an early age, Hawking showed a passion for science and the sky. That was evident to his mother, who, along with her children, often stretched out in the backyard on summer evenings to stare up at the stars. "Stephen always had a strong sense of wonder," she remembered. "And I could see that the stars would draw him."
Early in his academic life, Hawking, while recognized as bright, was not an exceptional student. During his first year at St. Albans School, he was third from the bottom of his class. But Hawking focused on pursuits outside of school; he loved board games, and he and a few close friends created new games of their own. During his teens, Hawking, along with several friends, constructed a computer out of recycled parts for solving rudimentary mathematical equations.
Hawking was also frequently on the go. With his sister Mary, Hawking, who loved to climb, devised different entry routes into the family home. He remained active even after he entered University College at Oxford University at the age of 17. He loved to dance and also took an interest in rowing, becoming a team coxswain.
Hawking expressed a desire to study mathematics, but since Oxford didn't offer a degree in that specialty, Hawking gravitated toward physics and, more specifically, cosmology.
By his own account, Hawking didn't put much time into his studies. He would later calculate that he averaged about an hour a day focusing on school. And yet he didn't really have to do much more than that. In 1962, he graduated with honors in natural science and went on to attend Trinity Hall at Cambridge University for a PhD in cosmology.

Minggu, 23 Oktober 2016

Malang is the second largest city in East Java. It has a history dating back to the Singhasari. During the period of Dutch colonization, it was a popular destination for European residents. The city is well known for its mild climate. People in East Java sometimes call it "Paris of East Java."

There are some populer tourist destination in Malang City

•    Secret Zoo
In this place, you can see a zoo with concept that has never existed before. The visitors can see various collections of animals that are placed in glass cage surround with cliffy rock. This interesting concept is capable to attract children and parents can teach them about the animal in a fun way.

•    Batu Night Spectacular
Located in Batu district, Batu Night Spectacular (BNS) is one of the most famous recreational sites in Malang, particularly at night. In this place, visitors can enjoy the beauty of night scenery in Malang with various decorative lights and enjoy challenging rides. There is also night market where you can buy unique handicraft of Malang.

•    Balekambang Beach
Looking at its contour and shape, Balekambang Beach’s contour has similar shape with Tanah Lot beach in Bali, particularly with the existence of temple above the rock in the middle of the sea. Located in southern part of Malang city, Balekambang beach is the favorite place of local people to relax.

•    Sumber Pitu Waterfall
Located in Duwet Krajan village, this place allows you to enjoy the gorgeous scenery of seven – yes, seven – waterfalls at once. According to legend, the waterfalls have magical power and sacred by the local people.

  •    Jatim Park
Jawa Timur Park or more often known as Jatim Park is a well-known theme park in Malang that offers various rides, and entertainments. There are pools, science stadium, 3D theatre, Go kart area, and many more. Located in city center of Malang, Jatim Park makes a great place for children to play and learn.

•    Eco Green Park
Eco green park is built specially as education facility for children, loaded with educational value where they can learn about various things in this place. Family can visit this place during holiday, where they can enjoy mini zoo, have jungle adventure, geology science center, animal farm, duck kingdom, eco science center, and many more.

•    Angkut Museum
Angkut is the word of transportation in Javanese. Angkut museum is the right tourist destination where you can learn about the history of transportation and its development around the world. There is huge collection of transportation types, divided in 10 different country zones.

•    Coban Rondo
Coban rondo is the next gorgeous waterfall located in Pandansari village that hides beautiful paradise. To reach the place, you must drive 12 km from Batu district, walk down the stairs, and enjoy the cool, green, and relaxing atmosphere of the waterfall.

Malang offers various great tourist destinations because the city has so many attractions to enjoy. Apart from entertainment theme park, there are also educational places, museum, and natural attractions that will delight your holiday.


1. Where is Malang City located
a. West Java
b. East Java
c. South Kalimantan
d. North Sumatra
e. Central java

2. How far between Coban Rondo and Batu District
a. 50 km
b. 35 km
c. 17 km
d. 20 km
e. 12 km

3. How many country zone in Angkut Museum 
a. 13
b. 5
c. 10
d. 7
e. 11

4. What name people of east java usually use to call malang city
a. Paris Of

Senin, 03 Oktober 2016


       I have a announcement for all the students of SMAN 3 bandung,  I want to remind you that tomorrow we qurtilas committee will collect some of the money you have gathered for qurtilas event. This event will be held next week during Idul Adha day at lapangan bali. So make sure you paticipate to this event. Thank you for your attention.a


Senin, 26 September 2016

My Unforgettable Moment

I have a very unforgettable moment. It was when I was 9th grade. I sign up for joining the World Scout Jamboree. It was the greatest moment in my life and I will never forget it.

World Scout Jamboree held in Japan on 28 July to 8 August. we start practicing in June. We practice our scouting skills, traditional dance for our performance, and our solidarity, and else. Before we went to Japan, we stay in Cibubur for 4 days. On that time, All Indonesian representation from all province already gathered in Cibubur. In Cibubur, we did the practice again but this time, its more about national practice. On the second day, we go to the presidential palace to do the ceremony. The president of Indonesia also came to the ceremony. I got the first row so I can meet the president face to face. On the 4th day, We went to Japan

First we went to Osaka. We stay in Osaka for 3 days. In Osaka We just walked around the town. On 28th July, we start our journey. We used the bus to go to Yamaguchi. It was a very long ride. When we Arrived at Yamaguchi, it was night. We are so tired. But we still need to walked to our camp area. Its about 3 km from the parking lot to the camp area. We have to walked 3 km carrying 20 kg bag.But, The worst thing is we need to build our tent in the middle of the night with only a flashlight for our light. In that time, I feel very tired. But now, it become a great memory.

We did a lot of activities in the WSJ. Such as water activities, culture activities, nature activities, and else. But there is one activities that I like. It was peace activities. Peace activities was when we go to Hiroshima. In the Hiroshima, we went to the nuclear bomb museum. One of the room was very scary. Because the room describe how's the situation when the bomb was droped. The sky is red, a lot of black smoke, and the people skin is melting. We also did the forum in the peace activity. After 10 days of the WSJ, its time to close the event. The closing was very spectacular.

After the event, we went to Tokyo. We went to Tokyo using the shinkansen. Shinkansen is japan fastest train. In Japan, we stay about 3 days. On the second day, we went to Tokyo Disneyland. we dont go to disneyland, but we go to disneysea. It was a very fun place. We also met some of our WSJ friends from other country.

It was a very good memory that I have. Sometimes I wish that I can repeat that experience again.

Senin, 25 Juli 2016


Welcome to my blog

My name is Muhammad Rafi Adiputra. I was born in Jakarta, 01 November 2000. Since I was born until I graduate from junior highschool, I lived in Depok. Then I move to Bandung for highschool. My house in Depok is in Margonda Raya Street no. 45. And my Address in Bandung is in Sangkuriang Street no. 13. Now.

All of my family live in Depok except me. I have one big sister. she's now in Madania Senior Haghschool in Bogor. My father is a pilot and my mother is a housewife.

My elementry school is in Madania Elementry school in Bogor. My Junior Highschool is in Labschool kebayoran in Jakarta. And now, I'm still in senior highschool in SMAN 3 Bandung.

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