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The power behind a smile | Do Nhat Nam | TEDxKids@SMU

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This talk was given at a local TEDx event, produced independently of the TED Conferences. Making a positive impact to the world means making a positive impact to yourself first, that which could be achieved from doing something as simple. As. A smile. But how? The answer lies write here… Spoiler alert: lots of chocolates, cash, smiley faces (duh!) and inspirational stories involved, viewer discretion advised. Or shall I say, you have been warned…

Hi!! My name is Do Nhat Nam, an 8th grader from St. Paul The Apostle School. Just like any other 8th graders, I can spend hours discussing about the new release of Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare, gasping in awe at the sight of a new Porsche or Ferrari. And also just like any other 8th graders, I seek out to unravel the truth of everything beyond a single droplet of water, I have an undying passion with Elizabethan literature (, I applaud at the end of a classical piece… well, not too much like any other 8th graders then… Oh, and most importantly, I want to make a positive impact to the world. And believe it or not, making such positive impact isn’t something fictional, or merely a childhood dream. It’s a target that is totally reachable.

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