Monthly Archives: April 2017

Handling criticism

 “The people who have taught me the most in my career are the ones who pointed out what I didn’t see.”  —Sheryl Sandberg Working for five years now in a very demanding and fast-paced industry, I have met many kinds … Continue reading

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Music and being proud of your own 

     I love music. There’s no doubt about it. Music is life. When my grandfather was still alive, he’s gonna make sure you’ll listen to The Beatles, The Cascades, or Paul Anka, at least on Sundays. At a time when CDs, … Continue reading

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Mantan Terindah (2014) — review

Synopsis This Indonesian film revolves around Nada, a woman born with an ability to see the future, who tries to ignore her powers after not being able to save her brother from an accident. After a serendipitous encounter with a … Continue reading

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Black Saturday – random thoughts

“Then God spoke all these words: I am the Lord your God, who brought you out of the land of Egypt, out of the house of slavery. You shall not have other gods beside me. You shall not make for … Continue reading

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