Everyone sees the world differently. Some probably share the same political interests, favorite bands, admired authors et cetera, but each one of us has our own different way of viewing the minutest details of life. The morning cup of coffee. The polluted 12 p.m. sky. The romantic rainy afternoon. The lone alleys of midnights. Most people keep these little jars of thought in their head all their lives, but I find writing them relieves my mind through the busiest days. Writing is my progress of mind. I don’t write often, just enough to keep this blog feels like a blog. Your counterthoughts about my thoughts would be highly appreciated — and anticipated.
Kevin Aditya Prathama, born August 1st 1991, is currently a student in Institut Teknologi Bandung majoring in urban and regional planning. Has interests in books, movies, and music (can’t play any instruments, though). Two goals of life: to improve self however little each day, and to see the world.
The name monoplane comes from an old deleted blog I used to have where I write under the nom de plume “monotone”. In a freak coincidence, “Okay Monoplane” is a name of a low-wing aircraft built in 1928 in Okay, Oklahoma, by John “Lee” Atwood, then-president of North American Aviation.
Oh, and I have a cute dog. Little pomeranian named Bela.