Takehiro Kori

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Takehiro Kori
Posted about 2 years ago
Ken Robinson: How to escape education's death valley
I've been going through standardized education system in my entire mandatory education. And in my country, even in the stage of job hunting, I can say that the measurement of students skills is standardized as well. In seeking jobs, we're not judged by who we are nor what we can do but by how much we prepared for the standardized job-hunting. Most companies pick up students who passes this standard based on the academic background. Most students are in this fixed mold of system and unconsciously proceeding just like products running on the belt conveyor. Such being the case, most students who conform to this product line are likely to get well-paid job, and students who fail to conform to this product line are doomed to drop out before they start their careers. I'm the former, and about to get my first job , and I feel like I'm still on some sort of product line.
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Takehiro Kori
Posted about 2 years ago
What is something you do that makes you genuinely happy?
I'm 21 years old, college student. I've never thought whether I'm happy or not in my life. But one thing I'm pretty sure is I have an ambition and I know it's not impossible to achieve it if I try hard. Nothing is too late. When I think about this, I feel sort of happiness.
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Takehiro Kori
Posted over 2 years ago
Hyeonseo Lee: My escape from North Korea
It's a shame that I've never thought of North Korea as a nation where people live. We often look upon North Korea just as a threat. I wonder if we have ever considered or discussed how we could support this nation develop enough to save an enormous number of poor people there. I know a bunch of political issues or foreign affairs are involved in this issue.I still don't have background knowledge enough to discuss it honestly. Nevertheless, This speech gave me a chance to reflect on this issue in earnest. Thank you Hyeonseo Lee. Hope more people will share this video.
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Takehiro Kori
Posted over 2 years ago
Lisa Harouni: A primer on 3D printing
Is it possible that we'll be able to create human bodies in the future? Furthermore, by introducing all kind of atoms to this kind of machine, will we create human bodies functioning exactly the same as us??.. just without feelings. It's probably not gonna happen.. but who knows?? I just feel extremely scared to know this new tech. Scientific and technological curiosity of human beings crossed lots of ethical lines. Now, I feel that we are about to reach the ethically dangerous stage..
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Takehiro Kori
Posted over 2 years ago
Fahad Al-Attiya: A country with no water
His speech somewhat sounds like they're not concerned about their highest rate of water consumption even though its water supply chain is sustained by today's temporary economic growth. Their primary concern should not be economic growth but the balance between the economic growth and sustainable supply chain of resources which never devastate our ecological system. Economic growth is great not to mention, but It's so risky to be obsessed with it.