As always, like the past couple years, my dearly beloved Chapter Bandung held its annual Open House for exchange programs. They served a lot of informations about being an exchange student, experiences, and simply motivation.
It's probably one of the most fun day out of all volunteering work with them, and again. For two years in a row, I cannot participate. Physically.
So for this year, they gave me a chance to do a live Skype video call with them. Which is won. der. ful.
Like I always tell people, I cannot stop smiling while doing a video call, which is referred as "cengar-cengir". It was (gladly) a short call since I started to get sleepy as well. But it was pretty fun. Kak Vitara asked about my very first memory in America, which is the difference of driving direction that drove me crazy in the first time. One boy asked about bullying, which I answered that I never really see one, I guess that's because I always choose the good friends to hang out with. Kak Bije asked about my weight, which I told her that I gained 5 kg. NOOO I hope no one remembers about the bet of not gaining weight.
Another boy asked about shopping, which I thought he was asking about shopping food. But then he asked about shopping clothes,NAND I told him about the wonderful things of shopping in the thrift stores. It's just like a treasure hunt, you'll never know what you'll find!
Kak Irin asked whether I already performed some Indonesian culture in there or not (she's referring to my Bali dance practice), which I haven't. Yet. I don't know.
Another asked whether I have a boyfriend or not. And I shyly shook my head. There are people, but I rejected them, okay?
Lastly, Dion asked about school in America. I told him about the exchanging class, fun events that they often have, and classes that I take.
Surely, it was a great conversation. I'm glad I was able to make a quirky--ups, quick--video call.
Thank you Chapter Bandung! I love you very super duper much!