My interest in technology began at a young age when I became curious about how the television worked. I didn’t believe there were tiny people inside, as explained by my father, and with other appliances like the radio, I found myself eager to understand how they functioned.

            I grew up as a boy who loves robots and motorbikes very much. Thus, I love things that move especially those that are related to engines. I started to be really passionate about mechanical engineering when I learned about the control system when I was in high school.


            I have become determined to pursue a career in mechanical engineering. I would never have come this far without the help of my father. He is truly the most influential character in my life, my source of motivation and help. He has continued to inspire me throughout all these. Moreover, he taught me how to adapt to both the changes and competition that I will face due to the eventual shift in my career from an amateur to a professional. In addition, he showed me how to reach what others expect from me and exceed these expectations if possible. He also taught me to never give up and that no matter how hard achieving something may look like, the juice will always be worth the squeeze. I also love silat,it make  my heart become strong to do the things could not i do..




          From a very young age, I had aspirations of becoming an engineer, because I wanted to build machines that did not require direct human energy inputs to operate. I achieved this for the first time a few weeks later, designing a vehicle that carried it’s energy stored in rubber-band,  it wasn’t a roaring success, but the fact that it wasn’t perfect only increased my desire to learn more about engineering.



          Engineering offers us the chance to make the world a better, safer and more exciting place; this is what attracts me to the subject. I am fascinated by how machines work, and in order to find out more I investigated the basic engineering involved in cars, such as the engine, the power train and superchargers. I hope one day I can became a very good engineer. In Shaa Allah.