*Please contact us if you are interested in helping Uan and Cambodian Kids Care Uan: No, I am doing it alone. I did work with my friend in Proudly Open Mind, but he went broke so no money. But before was ok, he had a lot of money. Last year.
I think it’s a good way to push yourself to do something on your own, but in Thai, being a baby until you thirty, and sometimes they’re too lost, they’re still acting for the money,and the mainly thing is they should taught every kid to think
MegaStory based on 3 participants in Thailand for The Sharability Project. In April of 2012, Know My World hosted a guest workshop for The Sharability Project at the EARCOS conference in Bangkok, Thailand. Genevieve and I were honored and
Joseph shares his story about arriving at a new school in London and overcoming his fear of making new friends.
Bobby shares about an unexpected adventure he experienced while with his family in Abu Dahbi, United Arab Emirates.
The first time I stepped out of my comfort zone I went to Sun Moon Lake with my family. I was afraid of the water so I hugged my dad’s back like a dolphin. After that trip my mom and I decided I should take swimming lessons so I didn’t have to
The first time I stepped outside of my comfort zone was when I was in first grade. I had to leave my old school. I felt sad because all of my friends were there. My mom brought me a year book to help me remember my friends. Then my mom and I
The first time I stepped out of my comfort zone is when I went to Japan. I was nervous about going to Japan because it was the first time I could remember going to a new country. I was nervous because everything would be new and Japan is a