Youth@ISBangkok
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Theme: A Catalyst for Change

This event occurred on
January 17, 2019
6:00pm - 8:00pm +07
(UTC +7hrs)
Nonthaburi - Bangkok, Nonthaburi
Thailand

The 7th Annual ISB TEDx Youth@ISBangkok presents eight speakers that will make you think and want you to become a “Catalyst for Change.”

39/7 Soi Nichada Thani
Nonthaburi - Bangkok, Nonthaburi, 11120
Thailand
Event type:
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Speakers

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Anatta Tantiwonse

The Case for Reading
Anatta Tantiwongse is currently a 16 year old international school junior, and the daughter of a German mother and Thai father. She was born and raised across various regions of Thailand, and began attending ISB as a fourth grader. Besides an extracurricular passion for dance and gymnastics, Anatta enjoys spending her albeit increasingly limited spare time reading, in pursuit of her aspirations to eventually become a librarian, archivist or curator.

Craig Dawe Dawe

Imitation: the Most Sincere Form of Apathy
Craig Dawe is a 16 year old junior studying at International School Bangkok. He has spent most of his life living in Thailand with Filipino and American parents. In his free time, he enjoys watching movies and sports, and plans on pursuing a career in filmmaking or writing. Some of his favorite filmmakers include David Lynch, PT Anderson, Paul Schrader and Terrence Malick.

Fizza Mobin

Mental Health Awareness
Fizza is a 17 year old student studying at the International School Bangkok. Originally from Pakistan, Fizza has loved being an international student having lived in many countries across the globe. The diverse range of cultures she has had the opportunity to immerse herself into is something that has shaped her into who she is today, and has become a significant part of her identity that she is proud of.

Madison Mehta

Environmental Ignorance
Madison is a 16 year-old junior who was born in the U.S. and now attends International School Bangkok. She is greatly interested in advocating for others through the spoken word. She takes part in numerous service programs and has started her own – Harvesting Hope. This group works to support local Thai farmers and promotes sustainability. Madison loves being a member of an international community and feels it is always important to give back.

Montawan (Nae Nae) Chairatchaneeboon

Benefits of Community Service
Montawan (Nae Nae) Chairatchaneeboon is a 16-year-old junior at International School Bangkok. She is actively engaged in leading many service clubs and activities in the community, including English Service Project, Habitat For Humanity, and Prosthetics Project. She is also involved in the ISB Service Fund, Technology Council, and Choir. She strongly believes in the importance of enriching her local community and aims to encourage others to see the benefits of community service.

Seongyeon (Yeonie) Heo (Yeonie) Heo

Being a Second Language Learner

Tatarit (Mod) Yensuang

Is Our Reality Just a Simulation?
Tatarit (Mod) Yensuang is a 16-year-old junior studying at International School Bangkok. Alongside his leadership and engagement in many school clubs and activities, such as the Student Communications Group, Make a Difference club, and Giving Hands Project, he is also in lead of several tech-oriented clubs at ISB, including Initiative Technology, Software Development club, as well as the Technology Council due to his profound interest in technology and the significant impacts it has on our modern world.

Xuan Fan Loo

Teenage Rebellion: It’s a Spectrum
Xuan Fan Loo is a 16 year old junior at International School Bangkok. She has lived in Thailand for the past 9 years and has been studying at ISB since the first grade. She was born in Malaysia in a family of 5 with two sisters. Alongside her involvement in sports, on weekends, she enjoys socializing with friends.

Organizing team

Christopher
Bell

Tokyo, Japan
Organizer