By Rubina Karki/Nepal
Take a deep breath, close your eyes, imagine yourself in the place you want yourself to be. How is the place? Is it everything you want to bring into reality? The most important part, is your reality as same as your imagination? Is there the same smile in your face as you think of the environment you are living in right now? Hmm ... May be yes, may be no!
I live in a beautiful country, Nepal. Nepal is the land of the Himalayas, the birth-place of Buddha (Buddhism) and home to one of the oldest religion in the world, ‘Hinduism’.
By Michelle Gunawan/Indonesia
I'm sure some of you have heard of a little studio named pixar. I personally grow up watching their movies. Pixar movies are fun, sometimes sad. They have amazing graphics and always deliver a wonderful and unique message. Pixar movies features an array of interesting characters. From talking animals, talking emotions to talking inaminate objects. To summarise, all Pixar movies are awesome! But today I want to focus on the story of the talking cars in the movie Cars.
Cars is the tale of Lightning Mcqueen and Tow Mater. I first watched this movie when I was little with brother and he loved it. I’ve lost track of how many times I’ve watched this movie. Then, on the year 2011 the sequel come out, Cars 2. So naturally me and my family have to watch it! I remember going to the theatre and watching it together with my family. A couple of months ago, I was watching TV when this movie was on. why not? I thought, so I watched it. By the way, a couple of years ago i have watched this movie dozens of time until eventually me and my brother got bored with it. So after about a year or possibly more of not watching this movie. I am intrigued again and I watched it.
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By John Carl T. Alonsagay/Philippines
Growing up with a deep sense of commitment to the planet, I have always been passionate about environmental preservation. Even as a child, I was drawn to the wonders of the natural world, marveling at the intricate beauty of trees, mountains, and the sea. While my peers were more interested in sports and popular TV shows, I found solace in reading encyclopedias in my mint green room and exploring the cosmos through my telescope.