What I learned from ”He’s Just Not that Into You” || 「そんな彼なら捨てちゃえば?」から何を学びましたか?

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That’s right, even at 30 I still find myself getting brokenhearted. The difference between getting brokenhearted in your 20’s from your 30’s is that this time around I found that I console myself by watching this movie and reading the book as a self reminder to move on.

30歳ですが、今も失恋するのことをできます。
でも20歳の失恋と30歳の失恋は違うです。
前へ進むのために、「そんな彼なら捨てちゃえば?」の映画を見てこの本も読みます。

I’m attempting to translate everything into Japanese as well if you haven’t noticed.

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「男はジャークなら、その男はあなたのことが好きです。」
その方法を考えることをおしえられました。

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すべての人があなたの気持ちを頂くとか頂きたいとか頂くことを分かることはないです。分かれそして前へすすめ。

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どうして女はそんなことしたの?
男の物事を想像して誠を受け入れません。

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大事なルールがあります。
忙しいは大量破壊の武器です。 いい言い訳ですね。実は、彼があなたに連絡するために十分気にしません。
男は望んでいるもののために、決して忙しくないです。

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ジジ: どうする?あたしを好きではない男から逃げるべきですか?
アレクス: そうです。
ジジ: それであたしのために誰もいませんでしょう?

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あなたがいないなら寂しいな男があったら、幸せになることはありません! 実は、彼は寂しいだえるべきです。あなたがいないなら寂しでなければなりません。 彼は変わらなかった。いつまでも彼はあなたと別れた人です。 覚えているよ。彼が毎日あなたと一緒にしないことを選びましたから寂しいです。

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男はあなたの電話番号をとる代わりにあなたに電話番号をあげたら、あなたのことが好きじゃないです。それで男はあなたがあいたいならやっぱりあなたに会います。

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バカ元カレと別れましたから、安心している人がいます。

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男はあなたのことを気にしませんように振る舞えば、あなたのことを気にしません。

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時々、自分のヒーローになることがはずです。自分の小さい心を助けろ。 なしでは生きていけない人はあなたなしで生きることができます。

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あたしの気持ちと遊ばないで。

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パートタイムの人がいらないです。あたしのとなりにいるかいないか選んでください。 あたしの人生に行ったり来たりしないで。

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あたしと結構しなかったら、優しい人にならないでください。

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彼はあなたから消えましたら、あなたのことがすきでわないです。
さらに、自分で自分の心を直してください。

And the last two, I can’t really attempt to translate into Japanese… So I’ll just let it be….

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and last but not least…..

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And the confusion continues… my most galau post

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Life is about the decisions you make. However, no matter what your decision is, in the end we can’t walk out from other people who needs you. Life is not always about living for yourself, but sometimes it is living for other people as well. No matter how hard we try, in the end it is really up to God to decide our paths. And our decision has and always will be our own leap of faith. Deciding something, and hoping that no matter what struggles it takes you to, you will always end up where you want to be. Life is full of opportunities. It really is. And these opportunities aren’t hard to find. However, deciding between opportunities are hard. What seems to be the best decision for other people might be a decision you just have to compromise with. Living, making ends meet.

Sometimes I wish I was ordinary, but I know I am not. Sometimes I wish I was more simple, but I know I never will be. I wish I wasn’t a dreamer trying to constantly search for something, but that’s just not me. I wish I was a person who could openly accept the things in front of me, but I’m not. Maybe I’m ungrateful, I know many think of me like that. Why is it that I cannot accept the thing that is right in front of me? Why is it that I always go out of my way to defy everything that’s in front of me? Why can’t I just settle? Why can’t I have a simpler dream? Why do I always complicate things? Why do I always complicate myself?

The truth is, as I was searching for the answer of why I always leave. Why do I always leave?

Maybe, it is because there is nothing keeping me here. But in fact, there are things that should keep me here yet at the same time I always feel like these things were not as important as finding my own purpose in life. Have I become the most egocentric person in the world? I want something, yet in the end is it really what I want? Or am I just trying to find a reason to escape or run away?

最初の日本語のブログ投稿!My first Japanese Blog Entry

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今日は日本語で書きます。実は、たぶんこれから日本語で書きに始めます。これは日本語を改善することです。インドネシアで日本語を練習するのことをできません。日本語で誰にも話すことができません。日本語を使わなかったら、無くせると思います。小さいころフランス語を勉強したけど、もう10年間以上使わなかった。それから今フランス語を覚えてません。

大事なものは興味そして仲間たちです。インドネシアで、日本が好きな人はたくさんです。インドネシア人は日本のアニメとドラマが好きです。それから、日本の分割と日本語も好きです。それは日本語を勉強するの為に大事です。さらに、今私はもう30さいですから、若い人たちより一所懸命に頑張ります。

どうして私日本語が勉強したいの?分かりますけど、小さいころ私はアニマを見た、漫画を読みました。その時は私の経験の始まりました。それでは日本語を勉強に始まりました。さらに、日本の女性の話し方を聞いたら、可愛くて優しいそう聞こえます。”あ、日本の女性たちのように話したい”そう思います。バカじゃない?

とにかく昨日私は日本語能力試験4級をうごきました!よろしければわかりません。今朝私の具合が悪いから、テストをしながらちょっと眠いました。やばい!あのテストの業績は9月に通知します。失敗知ったら、12月にもう一同うごきます。いつまでも頑張って絶対に諦めない。実はテストの前に1月ぐらいしか勉強しませんでした!短い時でしょ?私の友達「シャビラさん」が教えてくれました。5会議にいろいろことが教えてくれました。ありがとうシャビラさん!あの人は最高の先生です! すべてものは忘れたくありませんから、今から日本語で書きます。

私の日本語はまだよくありません、それは知っています。でも私はもっと勉強したい。もっと気持ちを表したいです。

間違いことがあったらすみません!

コメントは感謝します!

それじゃまた今度!


Today I will be writing in Japanese. Actually, maybe from now on, I will try to write in Japanese. This is so I can improve my Japanese skills. Because here in Indonesia, I cannot practice talking to anyone in Japanese, and I feel like all the Japanese language I have learned until now will be useless and disappear if I don’t use it. Much like when I was learning French when I was very young, but since I do not use it anymore, it has disappeared. I realized that the key is motivation and the people and things that are around you. Here in Indonesia, I have exposure to Japanese language and culture that I think it will be helpful in my learning process. But I also realized that if I don’t try hard, then I will not improve. Because I want to learn Japanese, and because maybe because I am already 30 years old, I think I have to try 2 or 3 times harder than others.

So why do I want to learn Japanese? I am not sure, but since I was young I have been reading many manga and watching many anime. Since then I began to like Japan. After that, I heard about Japanese music, dramas and films. Then I began to learn about the culture and food and language. I really like the language. I think it is a very beautiful language. When Japanese women speak, it sounds very lively, cute and polite at the same time. That’s why I want to be able to speak like that someday too. Sounds like a very stupid reason right? Haha…

Anyway yesterday I took the JLPT N4 exam and but I’m not sure if I did well. Yesterday morning I was feeling very sick and I have a very bad cold, so during the exam I was very sleepy. The results will come out in September, but I was thinking what if I failed? Then after 5 minutes, I thought if I failed I will retake the test again in December. I guess if that’s what you really like, you cannot give it up, even if you fail 100 times.  But honestly, I was only learning for 1 month before the exam, so I had my friend give me a short course. Only 5 sessions, but since she is a good teacher, I learned a lot in such a short period of time. That’s why, because I don’t want to loose the knowledge that she gave me, I will start to write in Japanese.

I know my Japanese is not so good, but I want to keep learning and I want to be able to express myself more in Japanese.

Sorry if there are any mistakes.

Comments / Inputs are appreciated!

See you next time!

JSeries Festival in Jakarta [6 June 2015]

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So yesterday I attended the J-Series Festival in Jakarta, Indonesia. The festival is actually a big deal since it has been held in Thailand for two years beforehand. Since Indonesia has a long history of diplomatic relations, there’s often Japan festivals held in Indonesia, Jakarta especially. Other than that, there is a huge Indonesian fan base for almost every popular mainstream Japanese artist. This time around, there was the JSeries Festival which is dedicated to promote Japanese Dramas and entertainment. The ticket was free yet limited to around 500 people only, so by the first 2 days of registration, it has all been booked. Funny thing though is that they didn’t really promote this event, so if my fellow ‘I no Arashi’ (Arashi fan club in Indonesia) members didn’t tell me, I wouldn’t have known about it. So on the first day registration was open, I was lucky enough to get a ticket. My sister who wanted to register as well was 2 days late and there we no tickets left. Since the main guests in this event is Furukawa Yuki and Kiritani Mirei. But there were other stars such as Valshe, Dolls Element and AKB48’s local sister group, JKT48. On the day, the door opened at 2, but I got there at around 1.30 and the place was already packed! The die hard Furukawa Yuki fan club was there since morning and were using modified ‘Damn, I love Indonesia!’ t-shirt’ that read ‘Damn, I love Furukawa Yuki!’. The event was held in UpperRoom, Annex Building, Jakarta. Since I got there quite late, I had no choice but to get the back seats. Damn. But here I was excited to go in!

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The event started at around 3 PM. The door actually was said to open by 2.00 PM, but since by 1.00 PM it was quite chaotic, they opened the door at 2.30 PM. The event started off by using an animated hologram of an anime girl as a host. After that, they showed a series of promotional videos of Japanese Dramas hosted by Indonesian students currently studying in Japan. This was before any guest stars arrived. So for about 30 minutes they showed clips of various top rated doramas, among them are: Hana Yori Dango and Itazura na Kiss: Live in Tokyo 2 (which received the most hysterical applauses). I’m guessing because of MatsuJun and Furukawa Yuki. After the series of clips ended, it was time to introduce the main hosts which were an Indonesian MC, Ocha, and a Japanese MC who speaks Indonesian very fluently, Hiroaki Kato. They then welcomed the main guests, of course, Furukawa Yuki and Kiritani Mirei, for the talkshow. So here are what I remembered regarding the questions and answers they had for the guests during the talk show:

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MC: Kiritani-san and Furukawa-san, is this your first time in Indonesia?
Kiritani: This is my first time in Jakarta, however I have been to Bali once for a photoshoot for my photobook.
Furukawa: This is my second time in Jakarta, my first time was for a movie audition. [currently wondering what movie Furukawa auditioned for, and did he get the part or not?? My guess is probably The Raid or Killers which has been released a few years back]

MC: Please tell us what are your impressions on Indonesia, and what is the thing you like most about Indonesia?
Kiritani: I really like the food! Especially, mee goreng (fried noodles). It’s really delicious! At first, I was really surprised actually that people in Indonesia know me. When I was walking down the street yesterday, somebody called out my name and I was surprised. It really makes me feel like I must work harder through my dramas. I’m really thankful and happy to meet fans in Indonesia.
Furukawa: Yappari, the food is the best. I really like sate (beef/chicken skewers). I’m also really surprised because when the VTR was showing all the promotional videos of the dramas, they were cheering really loud. It means that they must be really open to Japanese dramas.

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MC: What kind of dramas do you like?
Kiritani: I really like romance dramas [audience cheers loudly, mostly the girls]. Right??
Furukawa: I like suspense dramas.

MC: Have you ever faced any difficulties in playing your roles? and why?
Kiritani: I think, when I was doing Shinigami-kun, I had to play a really tough and mean person, and that was tough for me. So I had to keep studying and practicing to get the role right.
Furukawa: Usually I don’t really face any difficulties. However, when I was playing in Itazura na Kiss, it was hard because my partner was a beautiful girl and there were a lot of kissing scenes.

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picture from @yohanastefi instagram

MC: What kind of role do you want to play in the future?
Kiritani: Since I’m 25 right now and I will be 26 soon, I would really like to play a more mature role, such as a mother or a tough office employee.
Furukawa: I’ve always been playing a student role, so I would like roles that are a little more mature. I want to play in a detective series, or play a villain. [audience goes ooh…]

MC: Do you want to play in an Indonesian drama?
Kiritani: Of course if I get the opportunity to do something like that, I would like to play in an Indonesian drama.
Furukawa: I’ve always wanted to work outside of Japan, so if I get a chance to work in an Indonesian drama, I will do it.

MC: So lastly, please tell us, why should we watch Japanese dramas?
Kiritani: There are so much variety of Japanese dramas, so it is suitable to be watched by anyone, and there is always a drama that is suitable for all age groups. I think also in Japanese dramas, you not only learn about the story but there are many things you can grasp from Japanese dramas, such as moral lessons.
Furukawa: Same thing. There is a variety of Japanese drama for everyone and you can definitely learn something from these dramas. So, please keep watching Japanese dramas!

MC: Oh, Furukawa-san, it seems you can speak English quite well if we’re not mistaken… [audience cheers for him to say something in English]
Furukawa: [in Japanese] Well I don’t know what to say right now… But since I have spent a long time living in Canada and America, I can speak English quite fluently.

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DOLL ELEMENTS picture from @florialiu instagram

DOLL ELEMENTS
picture from @floria_liu instagram

That’s about all I remember regarding the talkshow. I’m pretty sure there are more but I couldn’t record it all in my memories.  After the talkshow, there was a performance by idol group Doll Elements. They sang two songs, one of them is their single Kimi ni Sakura hirari to Mao 君に桜ヒラリと舞う. I’m not really familiar with DOLL ELEMENTS, but it seems they had quite a number of fans in Indonesia. The following day (7th June), they had a meet and greet with fans at the Ambassador Cafe, Jakarta. The next day they mentioned that Indonesia is the first country they’ve been to outside of Japan and they were quite happy with the reception they received here. They were also quite shocked since there are also a lot of female fans in Jakarta so they hear a lot of “Kyaa, kyaa..” while in Japan they hear a lot more of “Oi, oi!” from men.

VALSHE picture from @floria_liu instagram

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picture from @floria_liu instagram

Valshe was also there and sang 2 songs, one of them was Butterfly Core, quite popular and well known as the theme song for Detective Conan. During her preformance I was so much in awe. Her voice and performance was amazing and there were so many fans waving their uchiwas in the air following the beat of her music. She also tried very hard to speak in Indonesian the whole time during her time onstage, and she forgot some words and some fans were saying “Ganbatte!”. I really liked Valshe’s performance during the event. It was probably the best out of the three. I have to note this was VALSHE’s very first overseas appearance and I am so happy and proud to hear that! There were quite a number of her die hard fans who brought banners that read: “VALSHE, Welcome to Indonesia!”. stage, and she forgot some words and some fans were saying “Ganbatte!”. I really liked Valshe’s performance during the event. It was probably the best out of the three. I have to note this was VALSHE’s very first overseas appearance and I am so happy and proud to hear that! There were quite a number of her die hard fans who brought banners that read: “VALSHE, Welcome to Indonesia!”.

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And after the two artists’ performance we had the performance of AKB48’s sister group in indonesia, JKT48. My personal opinion, I am quite happy with JKT48’s appearance in Indonesia as the first overseas sister group of AKB48. Cause at a time when K-pop is dominating Asia, J-pop is still dominating in Indonesia and JKT48 somehow bridged that gap between Indonesia and Japan. JKT48 sang a total of 4 songs and Indonesian rendition of the AKB songs Flying Get, Gingham Check, Kokoro no Placard, and Koi Suru Fortune Cookie. They were very energetic to watch! The event then ended by giving away prizes, and it turns out the lucky winners had envelopes under their seats! Unfortunately I did not get anything, but 2 seats beside me and behind me, a guy and a girl got signatures of Furukawa Yuki. There were also prizes from sponsors such as tshirts from Olive des Olive and mascot dolls from 5 Japanese television stations: Domo-kun from NHK TV, Rafu-kun from Fuji TV, Go-chan from Asahi TV, BooBo from TBS and Banana from TV Tokyo. So the lucky winners who got the mascots got the chance to take pictures with Furukawa Yuki, Kiritani Mirei, Dolls Element, Valshe and JKT48.

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photo from @yesicachorine instagram

Well, that’s about all the reviews I have and it was quite exciting to be there! Here are some photos from after the event:

photo from @yohanasteffin instagram

photo from @yohanasteffin instagram

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photo from @kinaljkt48 twitter

Furukawa Yuki Fans Club in Indonesia picture from @pvrmv instagram

Furukawa Yuki Fans Club in Indonesia
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VALSHE with her fans after the festival. Picture from @othamona instagram

VALSHE hanging out with her fans after the festival.
Picture from @othamona instagram

JKT48 meets Dolls Element picture from @jenijenihoo instagram

JKT48 meets Dolls Element
picture from @jenijenihoo instagram

Living Without a Plan B

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Recently, I realized that I have no Plan B! However, I have a plan A, and a plan S. But my goal is most definitely my plan A. In the case of plan S occurring, which I expect to be something worth more than plan A, it will be without any effort whatsoever. But as far as life goes, I decided to stop having plan B’s. I decided to stop having a safety net. So in the case that plan A doesn’t work out, I will not have anything to fall back to. In short, plan A has to work. For me, plan A is a necessity.

Last night I had doubt haunting me and without me realizing I started to cry. I had put so much effort in making plan A work that I was honestly beginning to get scared and started to imagine my life if plan A didn’t work. Honestly, as a human being, fear will one way another preoccupy your thoughts. Fear of stumbling, fear of failure, and last night, I stopped trying. I have been studying nearly every day for plan A to work, that I started to think that if didn’t work, all the time I spent will be worth nothing in the end. So for once this month, I stopped studying for 2 hours and wasted my time crying. It became a period when I started to freak myself out with hurdles and roadblocks of my plan A execution. The family thinks I’m crazy for thinking of this plan A every single day for months now, and they started doubting me. I started facing financial problems as well that directly correlates with this plan A of mine.

At that moment, I locked myself in my room and turned on Our Lady Peace, my choice of 90’s heavy alternative rock music filled with Emo lyrics, distorted guitar and Raine Maida’s screeching vocals. And then I started to break down and I couldn’t stop crying as OLP drowned the sound of my tears. One of my fave song from OLP which can throw me up and down:

After 2 hours, I started to imagine myself at where I was right now, which some would think was my Plan B patiently waiting in the wings. I am currently working in an office cubicle, working for somebody else, not learning anything new, no significant contributions, 30 years old, unmarried, and not doing something I want to be doing! It was most definitely not where I want to be. If this was my plan B, then I will be devastated and depressed my whole entire life. If it wasn’t for the money I would quit my day job as early as possible so I can spend 100 percent of my energy, time and passion in making this plan A work. So after 2 hours, I stopped and I stared at my study books, and then began to feel so stupid, but at the same time relieved because I threw all my emotions out there, and when it’s all over, I began to study again.

But if there was any revelation today due to last night, that was that I don’t need a plan B, and that if anything, plan A has to work. I have no plan B. That’s the only option I have in my life, nothing else. Needless to say, my life depends on it.

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How I Imagined myself 10 years from now (stated 10 years ago)

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Yesterday I had the privilege of meeting up with my friends from university. After years of not meeting some of them, it’s really amazing how we instantly picked up where we left off and started conversing like we just met up last week. It’s really not a shock to me though, cause I guess that’s what real friends are like. No awkwardness, no pride, just people to whom you can truly be yourself. Yep that’s real friends for you.

Anyway, one of my bestie is going to tie the knot at the end of this month. And I vaguely remember what she said to me 10 years ago, that she wants to get married before 30. And yaay, just moments before celebrating 3 decades of her life, she will tie the knot and turn that resolution she made 10 years ago into a reality. And truly, I am happy for her. Maybe some people will think I will be jealous or something, but honestly I am not. How else are you supposed to feel when you hear your best friend is turning he dreams into a reality? Congratulations!! I can’t hug you or anything because I’m not that kind of a touchy person, but I am praying for you though.. 🙂 ❤

Speaking of which, I have just turned 30 last week and I was thinking… Hmm… How did I imagine myself 10 years ago? Due to my inability to plan something in the long term, I don’t really remember what I said. But last night I watched the video our class made 10 years ago as we stated what we imagined ourselves to be doing 10 years from then (which is now). I said something like “I wanna be doing my PhD and be someone like bu Yani”. For all of you who don’t know bu Yani, she is probably one of the coolest lecturer I have ever met. Her real name is Dr. Noviar Andayani. I rarely talk to her though, but I enrolled in all her classes and I could only admire her from afar as she was travelling around the world trying to save the world. Sugoi! She’s really awesome and I was really thinking that she was really making some concrete contribution to the world. A world class zoologist, researcher and environmental activist. She was really a fearless woman. Who wouldn’t want to be like her?

The last time I met her was around 4 years ago in Bali when I was still working in the zoo and for her to remember me is already awesome as it is. We briefly exchanged words (like always) and she said “It’s really good you’re still sticking to wildlife!” At that point I was thrilled and I was pretty well fixed on being a zoologist (or so I thought). So after running off to Malaysia to continue that path of being a zoologist and then coming back, it feels very different now than how it felt 4 years ago. I think somehow I was too focused on being that zoologist I didn’t really see other opportunities in front of me. So recently I was offered a job in the zoo industry again in Dubai, but seeing how I am at this moment and how there is another awesome opportunity in front of me (not related to the zoo industry), I started to evaluate what my initial dreams were, before I was striving to be like Bu Yani. Let’s face it, I am not as smart nor am I as focused as bu Yani. I also remember 3 years ago before I went to Malaysia, another lecturer of mine asked me in reference to my job hopping: “Aren’t you a little too old to be finding youself?”. At that time I thought she was dead wrong because 3 years ago I was so focused on being a zoologist that I was job hopping thinking that the only reason I’m doing these jobs is because of the money, not the career.

But now, after 3 years, I started asking myself questions like “Do you really want to be a zoologist? If you had to choose this instead of being a zoologist, which would you choose?” You know, things that I shouldn’t really be asking myself at 30. One thing however was clear though. 10 years ago, I never stated I saw myself married at 30. Not that I don’t want to be married, because even though I could never imagine myself to be married, I always imagined myself to have children and a family. That for one really came true cause hey I’m not married at 30! But also at 30, I was really questioning my choice of being a zoologist. I mean, is it really the only thing I can do in life? So just recently I decided that I will take 180 degrees turn and go back to what I really wanted to do when I was 18, and that is, not to become a zoologist, yet to start from zero all over again in a completely different field. I don’t have anything really pulling me back right now. No children, no family, no career, and thank God not even money.

Some people think that maybe I’m a little too old to start from zero. But honestly, I don’t think I am starting from zero. I’ve been striving to become a zoologist for 10 years now, and opportunities were there if I really wanted to set my career in it, but I never did. It was like I never really wanted to become a zoologist in the first place. Now that I think about it, I did my Master’s not because I wanted to become a zoologist, but because I wanted to travel. And to travel in my dictionary is not to become a tourist, but really grasping everything. The language, the culture, the interaction. So maybe I never really wanted to become a zoologist like bu Yani? But I wanted to travel like her going off to one country to the next, spending months and years researching and learning the culture?

I finally found the answer now. And as I step back, I’m finally ready to step forward.

Honestly though, starting over from zero, countless times, that is my specialty. It’s what I do. I learn, learn and never stop learning. I find things, I strive for them, I let go of them. I start over. I’ve done it countless times now. If anything, my dreams consist of more learning, more discoveries, more struggles, and overcoming them. Sadness, happiness, anger, I want to experience it all. It’s the simple things in life I am after really. So when the time comes, and I have children of my own, I will have done things that my children will do as well. And more than anyone, I want to be the one to understand them the most.

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20 Things I learned from Japanese Drama

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Yeah so if you know me, you will know that I am a big sucker for Japanese Dorama (日本のドラマ). In comparison to other tv shows out there, Japanese Dramas always seems to have a moral of the story, something lacking from Indonesian Dramas a.k.a. Sinetron. Anyway, here are some nice gifs i found on tumblr, and it pretty much sums up what I have learned from these doramas.

1. Treat others the same way you would like to be treated.

From Nobuta wo Produce (野ブタ。をプロデュース).

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2. Move On

From Border (ボーダー).

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3. Enjoy the Process

From Itazura Na Kiss ~ Love in Tokyo (イタズラなKiss~Love in Tokyo)

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4. Changing the Past doesn’t Necessarily Change your Future.

-From Operation Love (プロポーズ大作戦)

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5. Winning doesn’t equal Happiness

From Legal High ( リーガル・ハイ)

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6. Be True to Yourself

From Last Night’s Curry, Tomorrow’s Bread (昨夜のカレー 明日のパン)

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7. Love is the willingness to Share

From Glass House (ガラスの家)

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8. Anyone can make a difference.

From Rich Man, Poor Woman (リッチマン、プアウーマン)

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9. It’s 1% Talent, and 99% Hard Work

From Time Limit Detective (時効警察)

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10. Even we don’t understand ourselves at times

From Itazura Na Kiss ~ Love in Tokyo (イタズラなKiss~Love in Tokyo)

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11. Sometimes, we mean the world to someone

From Pride (プライド)

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12. Promises, they are important

From Nobuta wo Produce (野ブタ。をプロデュース)

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and from Akai Ito (赤い糸)

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13. Lower your Expectations

From Senryokugai Sosakan (戦力外捜査官)

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14. There are excuses to be Lazy

From Black President (ブラック プレジデント)

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15. Try and Try again

From 1 Litre of Tears (1リットルの涙)

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16. Stand up for What you Believe in

From ST Aka to Shirou no Sousa Paire (赤と白の捜査ファイル)

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17. You can’t buy Love

From Hana Yori Dango (花より男子)

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18. Have no Regrets

From Hana Yori Dango (花より男子)

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19. Meetings are Predestined

From Hours of My Life (僕のいた時間)

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20. Admit that you are NOT Perfect

From Hanazakari no Kimitachi e (花ざかりの君たちへ)

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