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Kazuhiro Kuramitsu's Blog – January 2013 Archive (8)

Learn - Power Shift

This part I research the inventor for the power shift and I found four teenage girls who invented a wonderful product. their name are Duro-Aina Adebola (14), Akindele Abiola (14), Faleke Oluwatoyin (14) and Bello Eniola (15). They made powered generator called urine powered generator. It works when you use 1 liter of urine. It can give you electricity for 6 hours. The system that it works is at first, the urine is put into an electrolytic cell which separates out the hydrogen. The second is…


Added by Kazuhiro Kuramitsu on January 31, 2013 at 3:56pm — No Comments

In March 10, 2020

In March 10, 2020, I would study in the university in Japan. I would get the bachelor of arts and I look for the job. At night, I would eat at Japanese restaurant with my friends. I would eat two pieces of sushi and Japanese noodle. The fish is salmon and tuna. In the noodle, there are shrimp tempura, green onion, and green seaweed. The fish and shrimp is from fishing port. the person who work at the restaurant buy the fish and the shrimp. The noodle is made from flour. The grain and the…


Added by Kazuhiro Kuramitsu on January 26, 2013 at 9:45am — No Comments

Food Security

Food is one of the most important thing in our lives. Our energy come from the food. If we don't eat any food, we won't have our powers and die. Basically, we eat food 3 times in a day, but sometimes poor people can't eat more than once in a day. In my country, Indonesia, I always see that there are many children at the streets and sing some songs, play the guitar, and many thing. The reason that they are there is they want some money to eat food. With 237 million inhabitants, Indonesia is…


Added by Kazuhiro Kuramitsu on January 24, 2013 at 2:50pm — No Comments

Food Security

Added by Kazuhiro Kuramitsu on January 24, 2013 at 12:53pm — No Comments

When Alchemy calls me, Where will I be?

In 2020, I will be 23 years old. I might study in university and look for the job or have my own job and do the work hard. On weekend, I might play with my friends. If I study in university at that time, I will like to get the bachelor of arts.

However, If Alchemy calls me to help the Tokyo food crisis, I will like to help as much as I can. I will fly to Tokyo and help them out with the food crisis problem. It's difficult to help the food crisis problem, but If there is a way to resolve…


Added by Kazuhiro Kuramitsu on January 24, 2013 at 12:53pm — No Comments

A Hero to Shadow

I choose Didit Adidananta as my hero because he is helping street children develop viable futures. He is Indonesian. He was a founder of a progressive student group and he stimulated active discussions on various social issues. He was tired to work with street prostitutes at first, but he discovered that it would be very hard to succeed with the group. Also that the growing population of street children needed more immediate attention. He is still working it.

The problem that he has is…


Added by Kazuhiro Kuramitsu on January 22, 2013 at 2:23am — No Comments

Social Innovation

Try living for a week on $2 a day

The population of this current world is 7 million. Some people can have money very much, but some people are hard to have money. They don't have their job and they can't eat food as much as people who have their jobs. people who have their own jobs don't know what the poor people are doing everyday. To try living for a week on $2 a day is good to know the poor people's life. We can't buy shirts, foods, and living thing with $2. If I want the water, I…


Added by Kazuhiro Kuramitsu on January 21, 2013 at 5:17am — No Comments

Act-Food Security

I want to help people who start their own garden, but before that, I have to learn about garden and how to plant exactly. If I don't know anything to plant, it's difficult to help people who start their own garden. I need to step forward myself at a local community garden to learn them. I can learn from people who has plant many things for many years and ask that I don't know there. If I wanted to do something for the community to share food, I will buy a garden, but garden is very expensive…


Added by Kazuhiro Kuramitsu on January 20, 2013 at 4:51pm — No Comments

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