In respect of Keirō no Hi, I’m honouring my grandma. A woman who had to veil her Dutch ancestry from a suspicious anti-Dutch sentiment in Indonesia during Dutch colonization by dyed her blue eyes’ black. A woman who spends early of her life in the protected environment of a nunnery and could speaks almost 9 different languages. A woman that taught to be a nun who then choose to married a Sundanese blue blood and became wife number 4 to escape the Japanese consentration camp during the Japan colonization. A woman whose name was R. Dinarsadhe Tirtasapoetra that quotes Josephine of Leuchtenberg’s “a woman should suffer in silence” with a smile. A woman without whom I will not exist.