I love Gintama so much!! Surely, Gintama is one-of-a-kind manga. The story blends history, comedy, parody, action, and science-fiction perfectly well. In one episode we laugh so hard because of the trolling and the gags while in other episode we fell empathy desperately to character’s past story. In another time, we feel both with no space and time to breath. Well, Gintama either makes us cry … Continue reading Why I love Gintama so much
Here you can find my personal summary of my favorite lectures by Nouman Ali Khan. I also put the youtube link 🙂 #1. Islam is easy but unfortunately we made it hard “Islam is easy and we made it hard. It’s time to change the way we see Islam.” “Islam is not asking people to reach the destination of perfection Islam asks us to go … Continue reading My Personal Summary of NAK lectures (Part 1)
Lately, I was hooked with this manga. I didn’t have big expectation but then I realized this manga is totally good and admirable. The art is also pleasing. The art delivers the emotion of characters well. This manga also makes me helplessly listening to Koto music. What is the story about?? Kono Oto Tomare! tells a story of Kudou Chika, a former delinquent who want … Continue reading Shounen Manga Recommendation: Kono Oto Tomare!
I would say staying in Sweden is not complete without exploring Scandinavia country. I had been to Iceland and Denmark, and I guess it’s time to go to Norway. This trip to Norway is quite special as I solely went to Tromso, one of Norway’s northernmost city in the world. At first, my main purpose was to see aurora with my own eyes. But then … Continue reading Trip to Tromsö: a City behind the Arctic Circle
Currently, I am reading Ground Zero: When the Journey Takes You Home by Agustinus Wibowo. I have finished half of it yet I feel so attached and love his story. How he depicted his vagabonding journey over China, Nepal, and India and how he who grew up as minority in Indonesia has a unique perspective in seeing the world. How he lost and questioned his … Continue reading Self-Reflection thanks to Ground Zero: When the Journey Takes You Home by Agustinus Wibowo