Saturday, July 5, 2008
I think this is a good method for every candidate and it can be a proof that in USA, the people is usually use internet to communicate with another.
I hope someday in my country , Indonesia our people use internet to win the election or to know the candidate from every party.
In Indonesia, soon there will be an election of president in 2009.
But, we will see it............................
I will inform you more okay.
Sunday, June 29, 2008
Saturday, June 28, 2008
With this you can get free money. This is true and I don't lie.
You just click it and start to make a review for every web site that they are given for you.
If you have a problem ...please just contact me Ok.
Good Luck and God Bless You
Monday, March 31, 2008
Dairi (southwest of Lake Toba
Karo (west and northwest of Lake
Alas-Kluet (northeast of Tapaktuan
and around Kutacane)
Simalungun (northeast of Lake Toba)
Angkola (Sipirok area)
Toba (Samosir Island and east,
south and west of Lake Toba)
Mandailing (northwest coast)
Of these, Angkola and, more widely, Mandailing approaches the status of general Batak.
Most Bataks speak the national language, Indonesian, as well, and this language variously influences the Batak languages. Batak languages are used as foreign languages by some local speakers of Indonesian and Chinese languages.
Traditionally, the Batak languages are written with several closely related varieties of the Batak script, which, like most scripts of the Philippines, is derived from the Brahmi-based Pallava script of Southern India. Though Batak script tradition is being continued by some, these days the tendency is to use the Roman script and to generally follow the spelling system used for Indonesian.
Much outsider’s pioneering work on and with Batak languages has been done by the Lutheran missionary Ludwig Ingwer Nommensen (1834–1918) who grew up in predominantly North-Frisian- and Low-Saxon-speaking Schleswig-Holstein, then under Danish administration, now under German administration. Today’s predominantly Lutheran Batak people consider him a “holy person” (ompu i).
Saturday, March 29, 2008
This is my traditional dance from North Sumatera ,Indonesia.
the name is TOR-TOR.
It' a great dance tribe , you know.
Up is dance for war in my tribe. ooo..I almost forget to tell you that my tribe is know in indonesia as BATAK.
On the 3-rd picture below , In the front, there is tatue that a long time ago can be contain with the spirit.
But now it's only moved by a human.