Eid Mubarak, everyone. I wish you have had a blessed celebration yesterday and will get your clean slate afterwards. (I suddenly think that Selina Kyle should’ve joined the fasting period in Ramadan… Wait, scratch that). There have been quite a lot of things going on in my life, and as usual, plenty of lessons learned.

I have finished my sixth semester in uni. It makes sense to feel that impulsively taking 24 credits while organising a conference like IYC is a bit suicidal; though I managed to get through it anyway.

I boarded a (dream) internship. I have learned the last MRT boards at around midnight and many new things about IT business. Working in Singapore is relatively less tiring than working in Jakarta.

The third IYC had also been held, with its tickets sold out once again (thank you!). It’s difficult to try to give birth to “regeneration” and “delegation” in an organisation or community. Still, it’s utterly crucial, and it is a start to make an organisation or community grow into a completely sustainable one).

I’ve been working on an exciting campaign/project in the public sector area. Apparently, it is possible to restore our faith and optimism in Indonesia’s future. There are cocky public servants and/or public sector professionals, but also awe-inspiring ones.

DreamCatcher has gone through its second batch of production — again, thanks to you! Couldn’t have done it without you all, guys. I owe my readers a lot!.

IYC was involved in the celebration of International Youth Day 2012 and Global Youth Forum 2012 which is going to be held in Bali. Having a group of friends presenting in the same event might provoke assumptions on the other side, which sometimes lead to conflicts or a birth to unproven arguments and negative judgments.