Hilal is an Indonesian man living in Bangkalan, Madura, Indonesia. He was born in Bangkalan on November 5th 1975. People like to call him Hilal and he has maduranese blood in him. When he was born he had a full head of jet black hair and spent most of his first few years being obsessed with his hands. That was until he saw his feet, whole new world there.
Hilal spends his days thinking the future’s life. he plans on studying next time, but isn’t too sure about what and where yet. Yes, he has worked as a network engineer and web designer in the past, but doesn’t do either anymore. He is still interested in web design and standards, as you can see. He lives alone far apart from his family.
He never swears, reads any book that falls into his hands and always has music playing. His favorite colors are red and he loves receiving envelopes. He also loves that smell right before it rains and wears master cologne.
His dream would be to open a gift store, possibly somewhere in the culture area. He’d also like to learn to play the guitar and art, design, and computer network. He likes sitting in a cafe on a Sunday afternoon people watching, stand up comedy and live bands. A perfect day for him would consist of sleeping in late, spa relaxing, full body massage, and surfing the net at 1am.
Hilal is a moderate person and sometime needs an alarm clocks while he is sleeping. Spiders are not his friend, neither are Hospitals or Doctors.
He likes to dress in smart casual clothes, He usually looks confident, but on the inside he’s quite shy. he’s also quite stubborn minded and tends to talk himself out of things. he analyses things to death and thinks too much about the simplest of things. he loves learning new things, making people laugh and is very loving person that will always protect his true friends.
One day, he’d like to visit various parts of Russia, England, America, Australia, Thailand, Japan,Singapore, Saudi Arabia, Egypt, South Africa, and the rest of Indonesia.
- Institut Teknologi BandungArchitecture Engineering, 1994 - 2001