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I was born in a big family, the first step in my life and my character education start from a comfort palace in my hometown, Palembang. We live in humble and educated environment. Both of my parents concern about their children education. Since elementary I started my English course at Gloria after that I continue to LBPP LIA, beside that they also facilitated my physical and musical skills. I love to learn violin and martial art such as Karate and Shorinji Kempo. All that activities actually to balance my full time in school. My parents always motivate me to be the best, to work professional and have high social concern. That’s why, they put me in best and favorites school in my hometown. I carve my achievement in every step of my education. Not only studying but also join some organization makes my social concern growth and develops.
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