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Feb 14th, 2007 : Symposium 2nd Day

Happy Birthday Aqsa-san, Happy Birthday Icha-san (my sister), Happy Valentine!

Today I welcomed the morning freshly. That was because I had more than 2 hours sleep last night. But I still woke up late, so I didn't have breakfast again. When arriving in Westin, I realized that I didn't have somethings to do (but Dewi-san and Ronny-san did), so why did I come here early like this?

But it's OK (lah!), the lunch in Westin is always my favourite, I could wait for that time while piercing and smiling at Mr Taka, helping Ronny-san to print certificates and nametags, talking with many foreigners, checking the wireless connection (read: browsing internet :p), walking around...hhhh it's a very peaceful day...until I fell asleep again (at noon) on sofa in the secretariat place, about 1 hour. When I woke up, there were many people in the room (Ronny-san, Roni-san, Aqsa-san and Mrs Nelly), and they found out I was drooling ~_~;

At night, we had a dinner at Angsa Putih, host by CICC Japan Committees, performanced Jegog Dance. I always love the dinner session, feel like being part of the international guests.
Ahh at that time, Mr Yatabe came to my table and asked me to dance...hahaha nope, he only asked the invoice for his payment in Bandung before.

The dinner was closed by Mr Taka's speech. God damn he's so cute!!!


  1. Rik, makan malem ko di Angsa Putih, itu kan GOR badminton yang di cisitu itu..
    kek.kek.kek... :D

  2. Ehmmm,,,, Mr. Riza?!? A nice Guy,,, :)). Ternyata dosen pembimbing gw "kacrut"


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