City’s Chess Champion (Part Seven)

City’s Chess Champion (Part Seven)

Teachers and friends crowded in a room watching the match. They wanted to see how the course of match between me with Mas Pulung. Chairman of our chess class group was me, I conferred with the Chairman of the squad of 7B class. There was Mas Pulung who held the post...
City’s Chess Champion (Part Five)

City’s Chess Champion (Part Five)

“Draw,” said my father. “There is no one to win and no one to lose,” he continued. “You’re great, Mit.” “No one can beat Father at school,” said my father afterwards. My father was fond of this game, and he was...
City’s Chess Champion (Part Four)

City’s Chess Champion (Part Four)

I was put by Mr. Imam Rofi’ie as editor of the student magazine was not without reason. When in classes below the sixth grade, I often filled the column provided by the magazine. Starting from a section of poetry, short stories until the rubric of humor. My work...