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    Posted August 23, 2013 by
    Jakarta, Indonesia
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    Rochim his name.

    Rochim his name.

    He named Rochim. Age 27 years. Merchants light snack. Rochim native people of Slawi, Tegal, Central Java, Indonesia. After several times trying to work everything in his village, and he found the idea to sell "broil sausage", in Jakarta for 4 years now.

    The basic ingredients of sausage satay, sausage is purchased in the supermarket, are available a variety of flavors. Then rotate the cut sausage, then dipped in egg, and seasoning flavor, after the bamboo skewer to size (see photos).

    Then fried briefly, in the drain, be "satay sausage" (see photo). How to eat to taste, be with spicy tomato sauce or tomato sauce.

    Rochim carry merchandise from school to school, who have subscribed to sell hung. by about 3 to four schools, in a day, depending on the day-to-day strategy is always lovely to him.

    He was always cheerful and smiling. Income selling from eight until 17:00 Indonesian time, can achieve gross revenues of approximately 100 thousand rupiahs, the average net income of 50 thousand rupiahs per day.

    When I ask if you are happy and satisfied in your life. Rochim replied with his trademark smile. "Yes, I am satisfied for a while, but I will continue to get better in the days to come".

    Beautiful. Whatever one's ideals is an expectation in the prayers of the universe.

    Jakarta, Indonesia, 8/23/13/Tasch.

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