Me?

Bunga Manggiasih.

A dreamer who likes to play and (sometimes forced to) learn along the way. One who has found the other very-significant-dreamer she’d been looking for, who’s agreed to work together for a better future.

Defines herself as an Indonesian who grows up in Yogyakarta and somehow survives in Jakarta.

Works as a freelance writer, editor and translator to help clients deliver good stories. Previously, she worked as promotion and publication specialist in a Trustee after spending six years for mass media as a reporter in the mean capital city. She had the sweet chance to studying public policy in Europe so she can keep better watch on the policy makers. Or to be a better policy maker, if that would ever happen.

You can also find her in twitter. Older blog entries hosted in the multiply have been moved here for good. Sadly, all blogposts in friendster are now gone.

Unless noted, all pictures in this blog are hers. The one here in this page was taken by her friend, WS Jusuf, a photographer of the state-owned Antara.

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And yeah, it feels weird to talk from a third person point of view 😀

2 Comments

  1. aris

    Find it lovely to read your write-up on a piece of Batak ulos. Now I know from your story that Dameme Dihita means Peace be upon Us. I have a piece of ulos exactly showing the same text that now has graced my room. Thanks a lot

    • Glad you found interesting thing in this blog! Thanks for reading my rants.

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