I was born in North Carolina (USA) and lived there for two years before my parents decided to move to Bangladesh. I lived there until I was 15 years old, but a security and safety issue forced my family to relocate to my current home in Bangkok, Thailand. I attend an international school here and plan to go back to America for college when I graduate this May.
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As of now, i'm an intricate combination of translations.
A little go-getter, and a little staying-in-bed-is-better. A little AP Biology, and a little whining about the same philosophy. A little now-TedX speaker, and a little nap opportunities seeker.
And just, a little little girl, who is still finding out, every day, who she is and wants to be.
Bandhukavi Palakawong na Ayudhya
Student Human Rights and Environmental Activist
An ordinary student of Thammasat University and Ramkhamhaeng University. A Young Activist who has a passion in equality for the society. He is working in Human Rights Organization called ANTI SOTUS which Working in plays a critical part in the anti-hazing movement especially for freshmen in initiate ceremonies. SOTUS has been recognized as one of the Thai ideologies which flourished a culture of dictatorship, hegemony, authoritarianism. SOTUS is considered to be destructive and harmful to the future of the next generation of Thailand. He is also working at the Natural Environmental Conservation Club of Thammasat University. His work concerns SDG13 the climate change which he hope that this problem soon can be fixed by using new-scientific innovation.
The leader of Courageous Kitchens, an organization that helps communities in needs through the power of food and cooking.
A student at the International Community School Bangkok who found his identity through kendama.
Mckenna Sanchez is a student at the International Community School and a feminist who advocates for proper feminism and equality.
Minki Kwon is a student studying at the International Community School who's passion in the arts is exemplified through his music.
My name is Pann Sripitak and I’m a student at ICS in Thailand. I am Thai and am extremely passionate about Biology as well as writing. I love to write; in fact, I’ve written so many stories that I can’t even remember some of the stories I’ve written. These stories range from short stories to novels up to 150 pages long. It is through my writing that actually helped me overcome many of my own struggles, and it is the process of reflection while I write that made me understand myself better. Writing has taught me so many things, including ideas of trying to hold on to my own identity and continue doing what makes me who I am today.
I am a high school student born and raised in Bangkok, Thailand and belong to an Indian family. After graduating in May, I plan on attending law school.
High school student in Thailand.
I am a 15 year old student who has witnessed first-hand stories of the cultural norm of favoring sons over daughters, at least in my grandmother's stories. Through listening to stories from different perspectives, I have learned that the villain in my story, "The Woeful Scars of a Chinese Daughter", being my grandmother, had once been a victim in her own story as well. Her stories of being a Chinese immigrant living as one of three girls in a family of ten back in the 1930s, has proven to me time and time that simply listening to stories may not be enough, but rather, to connect, to learn, and to grow from them.
I am a student aspiring to be an engineer. I love making and fixing random things, whether it's paper, Legos, or even Ikea furniture. I am often curious about anything I see. I enjoy learning how things work and recreating them. I'm also a little weird, but that's okay.