Ninety Percent of Everything

It was a hot day in terminal Kariangau, Balikpapan’s newest container port in top corner of the city. We watch a group of six RTGs working to serve both loaded and empty container back to shore. As container crane there ready to put these boxes into the Armada Permata ship. A Jakartan based mid-sized boat. Then I realized the brilliance of these invention. The standardized boxes that shape ninety percent of everything.

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Revisiting Gili Trawangan

It’s been a while since my last visit to the popular Gili Trawangan. The island has evolve into an established tourism spot in North Lombok, and still one of the main attraction for tourist both domestic and international. With its long tradition of no-motor island, Gili Trawangan managed to preserve the air quality, and sea conservation as it not much changed since my first visit in 2005. So here are a glance of my short vacation last January.

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