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Review: Lenovo Z400

Processor 2.6GHz Intel Core i5-3230M
Memory 4GB, 1,600MHz DDR3
Hard drive 1TB 5,400rpm
Graphics Intel HD 4000 + NVIDIA GeForce GT 635
Operating system Windows 8 (not included)
Dimensions (WD) 13.58 x 9.6 x 1.14″
Height 1.15 inch
Display 14″ HD+ display 16:9 widescreen
System weight 5.29 lbs

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Indonesia’s Crunchiest

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It’s been a long time since Indonesia-related post. Anyway, I make this for one submission for magazine entry with quite a long research eating snacks. Ehm.


If Mexico has tortilla chip and the Japanese has senbei, I can proudly say that Indonesia has kerupuk. Kerupuk, or krupuk, is the way Indonesians call crackers. Indonesia has maybe the most varieties of cracker imaginable in the world. Simple snack and light in weight, do buy some kerupuk as souvenir if you go traveling to Indonesia.


White noodle kerupuk inside of tin jar (Source: Sundanese Wikipedia)


Indonesian Kerupuk seller (Source:

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Ky’s Exchange: Happy New Year

Last week (23 January) South Korean celebrated their Lunar New Year (Seollal). The date  is the same with the Chinese New Year (that also celebrated in Indonesia). How I miss my Kue Keranjang (Lit: Basket Cake, or Nian Gao for the original Chinese one)

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Ky’s Exchange: Oops

First, happy new year for you all. It feels like forever since the last post. Actually I travelled and experienced many things since the last post and moving my base from Daejeon to Incheon. Now I have time to write most of them. Expect post spams after this one. Picture: Sunrise in Incheon International Airport,

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Ky’s Exchange: Pink Ribbon for Pink Day

They said yesterday was Pink Day in South Korea, and students in my campus put these ribbons near the Student Building. Because the day before I didn’t have class, I couldn’t see them putting the ribbon. I wonder what is Pink Day though, not yet asking the significance. Nothing in Wikipedia also.

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