Indonesia has a great inspiration woman known Raden Ajeng Kartini. And every April 21, we celebrate Kartini’s day. It’s dedicated to Kartini who has a brave. She fight to win her equality with men. Live in 19th century, she was the daughter of Assistant of Head of Regency who was also the descendant of a noble family. During that period, access to higher level of education was restricted for women. They weren’t allowed to go out until married, so they just stayed at home. But Kartini spent her time by reading books. Then she wrote a book too, “Habis Gelap, Terbitlah Terang (After Dark, There is A Light)”. Using her knowledge and creative thought she was able to establish a school on the backyard of city hall for local people. Shorthly, that’s why Kartini become a pioneer of women’s emancipation.
I get loads of lessons from her. Maybe I can apply some of it by studying hard. Xoxo. Actually, after doing my job in the afternoon I have to go to the language course immediately. Sometimes I stop by in the park to read dictionary. And now, this is what I wear under the tree. I think, batik dress combined with skinny jeans is so nice. Great day, yay!
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