Surrounded by non-binary and open-minded friends, Camellia Bui is inspired by the compassion and the unrestricted world of LGBT+ members.
A senior at Saigon South International School (SSIS).
Evan Weinberg is the Secondary STEM Coordinator at Saigon South International School in Ho Chi Minh City. He has taught mathematics, science, engineering, and programming courses since 2003 at high schools in New York City, China, and Vietnam. His interests include developing computational thinking skills in students (and teachers) and modeling the learning process through making and coding solutions to problems that matter. Outside of teaching, Evan enjoys eating good food with his wife and daughter, running on uneven sidewalks, and finding ever more complicated ways to blink an LED.
Hina Sekine, a student in her sophomore year of high school at Saigon South International School.
Kaitlan Adams, A High School Senior at SSIS.
Max Kim is a senior at Saigon South International School (SSIS) that enjoys programming, asking mathematical questions and pondering whether spacetime-dimensional brain neurons can quantum tunnel into Earth's humans.
Naman Berry is an Indian Grade 12 student studying in ISHCMC in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. Being in an International school, he had the chance to develop a lot of skills, hobbies and passion. One of them became public speaking. The feeling of being on stage and the feeling of relief after giving a speech was too good. He grew fond of it, started doing assemblies, speeches, presentations, workshops etc. and one after another, it became clear that most people are afraid of being on stage. He would later on come to know that Eye contact is what makes people nervous. He decided that he would help people get on stage and confidently give a talk and never give up on an opportunity to be on stage because they weren't confident enough to do it.
Sam is a senior at the International School of Ho Chi Minh City. He's been into music for a few years now, but his other interests include philosophy, soccer, and swimming. He hopes you were able to learn a thing or two from this TED talk, and to gain more insight into his world of music.