My country is Indonesia and we have beautiful and meaningful national song. Two-thumbs-up for who guessed it rightly.
It's been 67 years since Soekarno-Hatta (our greatest men. RIP) declared the independence. I'm in the mood to talk a bit about politic and social life in my country (don't worry, this is still a fashion blog).
Well, Indonesian has some good people but it has some bad people too. Bad because they stole people's money by corrupting and if they get arrested, they will be punished less than poor people who stole a chicken for their family's meal. Meh, It's really not fair. Maybe it created social inequality, which becomes bigger everyday, because rich people get richer and poor people get poorer. If Indonesia wants to be a developed country, people have to get same rights, and it needs everyone to change their mindset and start thinking about others. Yay! Got some Soekarno's spirit.
"This country, the Republic of Indonesia, does not belong to any group, nor to any religion, nor to any ethnic group, nor to any group with customs and traditions, but the property of all of us from Sabang to Merauke!"- Soekarno
I also had my birthday last week, and it's the seventeenth. If you don't know, in Indonesia, girls celebrate their birthday when they are seventeenth, not sixteenth like in Canada or USA, or fifteenth like in Latin American. Whatever the age is, when you get the age (and you are a girl), you will be seen as a young women, like you have your own car, your ID card and Driving's license.
Tell me how was your sweet birthday going and if you haven't, let me know what do you want for that special day!
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