Byeonghoon Han

Student , Korea Science Academy
Busan, South Korea

About Byeonghoon

Languages

English, Korean

An idea worth spreading

Every-ONE and every idea is worth something... IF these ideas are acceptable in the society, that is worth spreading(See the difference :D)

I'm passionate about

Science, People, Network, Correlation, and... Inspiration

People don't know I'm good at

Because I am a pre-scientist, i'm good at some scientific problem. But I also good at writing something!

My TED story

My story continues from I do "something"

Favorite talks

Comments & conversations

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Byeonghoon Han
Posted almost 4 years ago
Are citizens "ALWAYS" good?
I totally agree with you that censorship by government is to often. I think one possible reason is that "beyond every formations of government has the exclusive parties of people". Political party is the one significant example of "exclusive parties". From this, we can think censorship by government is censorship by political parties. The governing party censors some critics to sustain their political life. I think that is the reason why government censors, especially critics opposed to government.
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Byeonghoon Han
Posted almost 4 years ago
Are citizens "ALWAYS" good?
Of course human rights in china are extremely suppressed. Actually, China government censors all I/O thru the internet. In this case, bringing people the free access of the internet is the one way to improve human rights. No one doubts about that. As other friends mentioned below, government's role is minimized in the nation which citizens have full human rights. However, violences and crimes occured among that citizens. In this case, government can enforce law to protect other citizens. That IS the minimized role of the government. Remember: the opposite meaning of this debate thread is NOT "governments are always good"
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Byeonghoon Han
Posted over 4 years ago
What about TED-based clubs in schools? TED-based classes?
Well, I think TED is the most creative platform around the world, and its community is powerful, too. Like you, I'm high school student, and some students are familiar to watch TEDtalk. Even I found TEDtalk in classroom! But... that's all. No progress are created. I think they don't have an idea for share in groups. I currently organize my own TEDx event, unfortunately I'm not focused on my school, but broader area. Maybe you can organize TEDx event in your school, sharing TEDtalks, and their own ideas. That will be a solution you want to discover. Have fun with TED :-)
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Byeonghoon Han
Posted over 4 years ago
Has a TED Talk ever influenced you? How?
Like others, Sir Ken Robinson's talk was the first TEDtalk I've been watched, but this is not my best influenced talk. As we know, TED have lots of talks about technology, social problems, and more 'heavy' problems around the world, but it have many emotionally inspired talks. Especially, Rives' talk does. His talks are sometimes ingenious, sometimes moving, and funny at all. Moreover, his talks sometimes moving emotionally without any translations! (I think one of this reason is that he is poet) ps. I'll be an associated webcast member at TED2011. I hope there will be a moment of inspiration, but I'm at South Korea, that means I'll watch the webcast at 4:00 am, as Rives said :)
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Byeonghoon Han
Posted over 4 years ago
Should anyone be able to upload their TEDTalk to TED.com?
I think TED have its extraordinary style, even talks from partners or TEDx events, and TED's style is the best way to explain why people are 'addicted' to TEDTalks. so, talks on TED.com should be curated by TED staff. But TED staff should find more interesting TED-like talks.