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April 24, 2013


Victor Choi

It's good to see this article to analyze Hyenseo Lee's TEDTalk on your blog. When I were in Longbeach during TED2013, I consulted her presentation. Through that I emphasized that the most powerful thing of her were her story. It was almost perfect and even there were a reversal to make the story thrilled.

Judy Krings

She is a show-stopper and the proud poster young lady for all this is good and right in the world.


how does she stay in contact? mail would be searched and money stolen. phones (if you are rich enough to own one) are barred from international calls.

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