The story of Obama’s childhood in
Indonesia has been engraved deeply into his friends' memory.
Outstanding and unique, Barry brought himself into various funny,
weird, yet touching experiences. Being different, he tried hard to
adjust to his new neighborhood and do well in school. However,
still, he sometimes got bullied. Luckily, there were Slamet and
Yuniadi, his neighbors who kept him company. They became a solid
team despite their own childlike disputes. Their friendship was
strengthened through badminton, ping-pong, and monopoly games, and
glued when they had to face the same opponents together: the tough
kids, in a soccer match. Finally, after making it through these
hardships, Barry was accepted by his friends. He even became an idol
on the basketball field.