Dewa Athena is an annual event held by OSIS SMA Negeri 3 Bandung. It is an event where students get to showcase their ability and skills in sport branches. It aims to be a platform for students with the interest of sport and also to teach the students about sportsmanship. It was held in a few days, at March 23-24 2017 for eleven graders and at March 25 and April 1 2017 for ten graders, and also the grand final where the winners from eleven grade compete with the winners from ten grade was held in April 8 2017.

          There were couples of sport branches in Dewa Athena. There were basketball, volley, futsal for girls, futsal for boys, dodge ball for girls, dodge ball for boys, badminton for girls, badminton for boys, relay race, tarik tambang (pulling a rope), and gobak sodor. Since I'm not really into sport, I only participated in tarik tambang.
          It started at 07.30 AM. My friends and I quickly find a spot to put our bags in. Soon after that, the …
A vacation to Bali
                Although I have visited Bali a few times, there are still jaw-dropping places that I haven’t visited. Bali has so much to offer; the culture, the place, the food, and everything. I think I have a pleasant vacation to Bali last week, and I thought it’d be good if I share my story to you.                 I left for Bali in January 2, 2017 from Jakarta. I went to Bali with my mom, brother, and my sister in law. The flight took about 2 hours. I was kind of tired at that time, so I just slept at most of the time. I sat next to my mom. We also didn’t bring too many carry-ons, as it might not fit inside the cabin storage.                 As soon as we arrived, we got off from the plane and went inside the airport building. My brother then took our baggage. We also got my other brother (Ilham) to pick us up, so we went outside to find him. I bought a drink at a minimarket since I was thirsty. After that, my family and I went to Ilham’s car and put our suitc…

A. About Sugar Glider
1. Sugar gliders have membranes that help them to glide. What is the membrane called?
    a. wings
    b. patagium
    c. legs
    d. hindlegs
    e. fur
2. Why are they called "sugar gliders"?
    a. because they are sweet like sugar
    b. because their eggs are in the size of sugar granules
    c. because they eat sweet things and are able to glide
    d. because they like to glide on sugar
    e. because they like to play with sugar
3. Based on the passage above, 'Joey' is the nickname for...
    a. baby kangaroos and baby sugar gliders
    b. baby sugar gliders and baby cats
    c. a baby
    d. baby sloths
    e. cute babies
4. What do they eat?
    a. bird eggs, nectar, chicken
    b. pollen, fungi, chicken
    c. chiken, corn, fungi
    d. native fruits, acacia seeds, nectar
    e. lizards, big birds, fungi
5. Where can we find sugar gliders?
    a. Europe
    b. Indonesia
    c. Thailand
    d. USA
    e. Japan

B. About Kakksl…
Who Is Malala Yousafzai?

Have  you heard of someone so young, that has contributed to change the world? Yes, she is Malala Yousafzai. Malala was born on 12 July 1997 in Mingora, a town in the Swat District of north-west Pakistan. Her father, Ziauddin Yousafzai named her after Malalai, a Pashtun heroine. She is a Pakistani activist for female education and the youngest ever Nobel Prize laureate.
On the afternoon of 9 October 2012, Yousafzai boarded her school bus in the northwest Pakistani district of Swat. A gunman asked for her by name, then pointed a pistol at her and fired three shots. One bullet hit the left side of Yousafzai's forehead, travelled under her skin through the length of her face, and went into her shoulder. In the days immediately following the attack, she remained unconscious and in critical condition, but later her condition improved enough for her to be sent to the Queen Elizabethn Hospital in Birmingham, England, for intensive rehabilitation.

For her 18th birthd…
Change Yourself and not The World Long ago, people lived happily under the rule of a king. The people of the kingdom were very happy as they led a very prosperous life with an abundance of wealth and no misfortunes. Once, the king decided to go visiting places of historical importance and pilgrim centres at distant places. He decided to travel by foot to interact with his people. People of distant places were very happy to have a conversation with their king. They were proud that their king had a kind heart. After several weeks of travel, the king returned to the palace. He was quite happy that he had visited many pilgrim centres and witnessed his people leading a prosperous life. However, he had one regret. He had intolerable pain in his feet as it was his first trip by foot covering a long distance. He complained to his ministers that the roads weren’t comfortable and that they were very stony. He could not tolerate the pain. He said that he was very much worried about the people w…
A Place to Visit: Kakslauttanen Arctic Resort!

Kakslauttanen Arctic Resort is an igloo-styled resort. This resort is located in Saariselka, Finland. The rooms are made in the shape of igloo houses, which look like domes. The difference is that igloo houses are made of snow, but the rooms in the resorts are made from wood and glass, which is more modern. But if you want to know how it feels like to stay in an igloo house, don't worry, they do have igloo houses too. Those are the reasons why this resort is also nicknamed “The Igloo Village”.
            There are services that they provide here. There’s a restaurant, saunas, meeting premises, gift shops, equipment rental (so you don’t need to bring those skiing board), automotive launches, and also the transport (from and to Ivalo airport for all costumers, the transport to Norway can also be booked with them).

            It’s better to visit this place either in winter or summer.

           In the summer, you may want to do some …