Huaaaaahhh, from Monday to another Monday feels like one day, really time flies so fast heh? and it’s almost the end of June.. f(-_-)
What’s on June?
1) Sunday, June 8, there’s a terrible stabbing spree tragedy in Akihabara street by the suspect a 25-year-old man, Tomohiro Kato in which 7 pedestrians were killed.
As usual, it’s always been illogical for me to digest how the stressful man can convict such violence crime. -_-;
Actually I’d planned to go to Akihabara with my friend to buy mom and day watches.
Somehow, my friend had no confirmation, so the plan was just the plan at that day.
The news was really so fast, not long after the incident occured, I got phone call from ko dw, asking about that, as he watched it in the TV news.
Anyway, I learn something from this incident that human really need acceptance in the social life.
This guy was once said become tired of life due to not being accepted from the surrounding, both in the working environment even in family. Maybe the loneliness filling the whole him until he decided to rent the truck to hit people and buy knife to kill people. 😦
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My senpai who used to be my tutor warned me again about the safety in Japan, as he still remember my saying of how I feel so much safer in Tokyo as compared to Indonesia. He told me that the henna hito (peculiar person) are quite many. He said in such developing country like Indonesia, crime exist with objective of getting money, but not in Japan.. there’re lots of illogical things raise. Yup, I’m totally with him now.
2) Saturday, June 14, a powerful 7.0 magnitude earthquake shaked Sendai, swaying buildings and forcing authorities to close highways and stop high-speed trains. My tutor senpai was from Sendai, I texted him asking whether his family was ok. He replied everybody was fine but it’s really a scary earthquake.
Yup, again the news is really fast, I got message from daddy and bro asking if I was okay. They’re really worried of me. 🙂
3) Thursday, June 19, there’s car accident in front of my dorm. I didn’t see it on my own, but my friend told me that she was walking going back home at around 10 PM, and that’s the time she saw a lot of policemen investigated on the taxi driver who hit the man. No wonder, on Friday morning I saw bouquet of flowers was put aside to the traffic light. (it’s quite new for me, is it the custom here, just like the Akihabara incident, flowers were put in the incident place rather than the cemetery?? no idea).
This incident make my friend and I become aware and obedient to the rule, since people is crossing the street before the light turns to red just because it’s always been a very empty road, except for the weekend. The worst thing is that a lot of trucks are parking aside to the pavement which makes pedestrian hard to see if there’s car passing or not.
4) Friday, June 20, I fell from stairs, and it successfully giving me bruises to my knee, elbow, hand.
Wondering why I always fall down in June? ha ha.. it’s just silly me trying to find the correlation. 😛
Anyway, I suppose I lost my concentration due to the lack of sleeping affected bt lots of reports.
It leaded me to stresful circumstance, indicated by my slow rhythm of walking in the station as compared to the common super quickie one, which followed by messy worry swirling inside my head.
When I shared my Thai friend, he encouraged me and the interesting fact, we share the similarity about this point. He told me that he also fell in densha while losing concentration because of the bunch of reports to be submitted. huehue..
Yup, here we are.. ganbarimasho
5) The four points above are not quite a good news enough, but the good things, this month I got a lot of fun, like getting free entrance pass for Italian orchestra, it’s a really wow wow wow! I’ve never been to such orchestra as I thought it’ll be boring. But since it’s for free one, supported by the administration office of my dorm, so no doubt I applied for it. And I was no regret, it’s very cool. Really impressive performance!! i heard the common entrance ticket price can be up to 20,000 yen (abt 190 USD or 1,8 mios Rupiah), it’s quite amount of money for student like me. 😛
And also I got the free ticket for Singoutasia. There’s a singer invited to represent Indonesia as well. Her name is Lala.
When I saw the pamphlet, I dun think I know this singer before while I was in Indonesia.
But among the singers who performed, I like her the best. She has great voice and at that day, her CD was the most expensive compared to other artists even beating the price for the Japan group CD.
I then found out that she’s a professional singer who has released album in Philippine (as she’s half Philippine and half Indonesian). She sang Aku Malu and some of her own writing songs, like What about you.
And unintentionally found out that she also sang with Christian Bautista. Wow, I love Lala! Go Lala!
She’s so cute while the MC said if she could speak Japanese, while she answered “choko datte” instead of “chotto dake”, literally means “a little bit”. And she kept saying aishiteru in the middle of her singing, ha ha.. maybe she wanna send the message to the audience like “I love you all guys”. 😛
And last, I also got free entrance ticket for Kabuki for this coming July, 5. *wink wink* Really love free tickets. 😛
Well, that’s all, now waiting for July cause it means one month to go to natsu yasumi(summer holiday) hooray