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Good voice, Nguyễn Lâm Thảo Tâm phỏng vấn tại Rio, Brazil 2016

I'm Tam, Nguyen Lam Thao Tam. I'm 16 years

old and I come from Ho Chi Minh City

Vietnam. I along with three others are

taking part in the Youth Leadership

Forum by EF, and we're learning about the

core values of the Olympics and also

trying to innovate. and find out new ways

to deal with new problems.

well personally the thing that I'm most

impressed with is how EF effortlessly

gave us information and effortlessly

convinced us of how important their

lessons are. and how those lessons became

really practical EF gave us ways in

methods to design thinking. and to help

how to write a plan and how to execute

that plan in ways that were simple. yet

effective and it was really impactful

for me.

because the world is forever changing

and I really believe that if you can't

adapt you won't be able to survive. so I

think the most important skill that the

youth today have to have is adaptability

and flexibility in all situations.

it's been a really interesting

experience because I'm in a house with

30 different others and every everyone

comes from a different country and we

all have different accents and sometimes

we can't match the word to the meaning

that we're trying to convey and we

revert back to our language and we kind

of say oh sorry I was speaking in

another language and we restart again

and it's like we're trying to connect

with each other through English and it's

like we're united it feels beautiful

to me language in intercultural

communication means unity it means

you're compromising on a certain thing

that everybody agrees on and everybody

can benefit on and it's easy for

everybody to learn and adapt

after the forum I'm really impressed

with German I don't know why but I just

really really like German so I think I

would give German a try and see how it

goes

the very important thing for me is that

we've learned so much and grown so much

over the course of the past few days not

only have we spent time together in

workshops and working together we've

also discussed politics religion

and culture and it's been so diverse and

it's been so educational and one of the

things that I can do when I get home to

follow up on all that I've learned and

all of all that I've collected during

the past few days is to reflect and

really think about what's at what has

happened between the course of a few

days because a lot of happened and I

don't have much time to really consider

each little detail but once I get home I

will definitely have to look back and

really consider all that I've learned

well currently the world is more biased

towards academic learning and we lack

social skills and ef the EF forum

this year is very in tune with us with

social skills and everybody is really

good with social skills because every

morning I wake up everybody's like hello

hi how are you and it was really sweet

and through the Olympic Games we saw

people coming together and people

breaking boundaries people really

connecting with each other so the

Olympics and the EF forum showed us how

important it was to have social skills

and how important it was to connect with

others


I'm Tam, Nguyen Lam Thao Tam. I'm 16 years

old and I come from Ho Chi Minh City

Vietnam. I along with three others are

taking part in the Youth Leadership

Forum by EF, and we're learning about the

core values of the Olympics and also

trying to innovate. and find out new ways

to deal with new problems.

well personally the thing that I'm most

impressed with is how EF effortlessly

gave us information and effortlessly

convinced us of how important their

lessons are. and how those lessons became

really practical EF gave us ways in

methods to design thinking. and to help

how to write a plan and how to execute

that plan in ways that were simple. yet

effective and it was really impactful

for me.

because the world is forever changing

and I really believe that if you can't

adapt you won't be able to survive. so I

think the most important skill that the

youth today have to have is adaptability

and flexibility in all situations.

it's been a really interesting

experience because I'm in a house with

30 different others and every everyone

comes from a different country and we

all have different accents and sometimes

we can't match the word to the meaning

that we're trying to convey and we

revert back to our language and we kind

of say oh sorry I was speaking in

another language and we restart again

and it's like we're trying to connect

with each other through English and it's

like we're united it feels beautiful

to me language in intercultural

communication means unity it means

you're compromising on a certain thing

that everybody agrees on and everybody

can benefit on and it's easy for

everybody to learn and adapt

after the forum I'm really impressed

with German I don't know why but I just

really really like German so I think I

would give German a try and see how it

goes

the very important thing for me is that

we've learned so much and grown so much

over the course of the past few days not

only have we spent time together in

workshops and working together we've

also discussed politics religion

and culture and it's been so diverse and

it's been so educational and one of the

things that I can do when I get home to

follow up on all that I've learned and

all of all that I've collected during

the past few days is to reflect and

really think about what's at what has

happened between the course of a few

days because a lot of happened and I

don't have much time to really consider

each little detail but once I get home I

will definitely have to look back and

really consider all that I've learned

well currently the world is more biased

towards academic learning and we lack

social skills and ef the EF forum

this year is very in tune with us with

social skills and everybody is really

good with social skills because every

morning I wake up everybody's like hello

hi how are you and it was really sweet

and through the Olympic Games we saw

people coming together and people

breaking boundaries people really

connecting with each other so the

Olympics and the EF forum showed us how

important it was to have social skills

and how important it was to connect with

others