Kopium Artisan Coffee – Kelapa Gading, North Jakarta

After walking for hours in Mall Kelapa Gading, me and my best friend wanted to have some conversations and sip some coffee so we chose Kopium Artisan Coffee. It was located at Jl. Summagung I, Blok A4 No. 11, Kelapa Gading, Jakarta. It’s a coffee shop inside the housing complex which for me is a very strategic move considering the housing complex is usually far from the bustling of the main road. Perfect place for conversing with your friends. It opens from 08.00 am to 23.00 pm.

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Mental & Emotional Corner: Unrequited Love Part 2

Sometimes, falling in love is not a blessing but a disaster. When you fell in love a wrong person, someone who shouldn’t be loved by you, someone who will never love you back, someone who doesn’t even  know you will have that feeling, you are trapped.

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Warunk Upnormal – Cempaka Putih

Last week, me and my best friend, who is a blogger too, traveled to northern part of Jakarta just to taste the famous Indomie creation at Warunk Upnormal. Warunk Upnormal is located in Jalan Cempaka Putih Raya No.102, Cempaka Putih, North Jakarta. It opens from 10am to 12pm at night. Actually, Warunk Upnormal first opened in Bandung, West Java but I never went there though.

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5 Things To Do On Valentine Days (For Single Only)

“What will you do on Valentine? You are single!! Hahahaha…” That’s the common mockery for singles when Valentine’s Day comes. Sometimes, I’m disgusted by how unthoughtful people could be. Not everyone wants to be single by choice. They just haven’t found the one yet or maybe they are hiding their own feelings because that certain someone couldn’t fall in love with them because of many reasons. I don’t want to get that deep on that because I know how it feels to be that person and screw you mockers.

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3 Biggest Questions about Chinese New Year

The Story behind Chinese New Year.

Chinese New Year is around the corner. Chinese New Year is also called by the name Lunar New Year or Spring Festival. It’s weird to call that Spring Festival when it falls on winter, between 21st January to 20th February every year. I would not go deep into that part though.

There are some things that always bother me. Why this has to be this way and that way?  Today, I’ll elaborate more about my curiosities.

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