Suwanda Family Custom Weapons.
Here, you guys will read my life history. You will see how my life journey as a daughter, mother, wife, and of course, myself. And I hope it motivates people out there, especially women. I was born and raised in Bandung, one of the big cities in the province of West Java, Indonesia. On October 14, 1988.
Here, you guys will read my life history. You will see how my life journey as a daughter, mother, wife, and of course, myself. And I hope it motivates people out there, especially women. I was born and raised in Bandung, one of the big cities in the province of West Java, Indonesia. On October 14, 1988. My father Bambang Suwanda comes from a family of martial arts teachers. I was not fond of Pencak Silat when I was little, but my father always took me with him when he helped my Uncle Herman Suwanda teach foreigners from different countries. I got a lot of lessons through these experiences on how to teach Pencak Silat. I always pay attention to how my uncle and dad talk to tourists when they teach, and I keep it in mind. I see how my father and uncle work hard to teach Pencak Silat. It was through these experiences that I developed the desire to learn Pencak Silat. I also learned how my uncle spoke to his students in English, and without me knowing it, I became self-taught in English. That's why I can speak English now.
I grew up with my grandmother; she taught me how to be a strong woman. After the departure of my grandmother and uncle, I lived with my parents, and I got a job to help my parents. My first job was in a notary's office as a secretary. Even though I only have a diploma from high school, God gave me a good job, and of course, I understand my job very well. Life turned me into a mother at a young age which was the beginning of a new chapter in my life. Shortly after my two oldest sons were born, I took a job in Kalimantan as a radio announcer. I lived in Kalimantan for three years and then returned to my parents, dreaming of the university. And God, so good, and with my parents' prayers always with me, I did go to university and graduated with a degree in videography. After graduation, I got an excellent job in one of the tv stations in Jakarta as a scriptwriter. However, it turned out to be not my destiny. Life brought me back to where I was born, and I decided to help my father develop our family arts and teach Pencak Silat. As I said, Pencak Silat taught me many lessons, not only how you become a fighter, but Pencak Silat brought me together with new people all over the world. I established a weapons business and also have friends to share knowledge with. This outcome was never what I expected, and it reminds me of what my grandma said, life is a goal. Although sometimes the people in it will think you are the target, they are our real target. And that is the lesson of Pencak Silat in my life. I am proud to carry my family name, and I will stand proud for it.
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