Arisan is a term in Indonesia about social gathering that takes place at a fixed interval (being an informal social network, this may be varied, from weekly, monthly or bi-monthly), at each member's home (or other place, as agreed by the members) in turn.
A few months ago, my high school classmates reunited at a restaurant and we decided to hold arisan to keep us in touch. It was the first time after more than 10 years that we finally sat down together. Still can't believe that we've been friends for 20 years.
During the gathering, we shared stories about work, life and future plans. Some work as civil servants, some work in private sector, and some open their own business. I'm the only one who works in a not-for-profit organization.
Anyway, here are some photos of us. Can't wait for the next arisan with these girls.
Having lunch at Bakso Lapangan Tembak Senayan, Cipinang Mall
Trying to look cool while exploring the mall, but it was no easy feat with such loud group :)