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Kao Min Hao's Blog – January 2013 Archive (8)

Act3 - Power Shift

This is act stage and my job is to try to find new way to power something I use every day. Everyday, I use fan and light and the sport that I play is basketball. When I think about what I use everyday, I connect it with what I do everyday. Then, with what I thought of, I use fan, light and I play basketball everyday. I thought of powering fan and light while I'm playing basketball.

This is a drawing of how the new way work:…

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Added by Kao Min Hao on January 27, 2013 at 5:05pm — No Comments

Imagine3 - Power Shift

Today, I'm celebrating chinese new year at 2020 together with my wh*** family. In the morning, my mom and older sister were busy buying food to be cook for dinner today, while my dad and I were busy with cleaning the house, buying the stuff that we need and getting ready. These days, the electricity is using solar panel that absorb sunlight and power the electricity. After we are done getting ready is already night and we are getting ready to pray to the Buddha and our ancestor, because this…

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Added by Kao Min Hao on January 27, 2013 at 4:34pm — No Comments

Learn3 - Power Shift

My power player is Ashok Bharti and he start with the electricity cooperation in New Delhi. He reconnect the connection between the poor people with the group of people that provides services. He used a participatory model to let both poor people and the service providers get advantage. Participatory model is when everybody that needs or doesn't needs electricity, participate to help the poor people and each other. By doing that, the poor people will be a legal consumers and also can be…

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Added by Kao Min Hao on January 27, 2013 at 3:30pm — No Comments

In March 10, 2020

Today, I'm graduated from University in Indonesia and my family went to my school and join my graduation day. I'm really excited, because I have worked really hard in University and I'm really tired of four years non-stop studying. After the graduation, we went to a restaurant in Jakarta to celebrate and eat dinner. In the restaurant, I'm having a chicken salad, spaghetti and meat pizza. I heard that the vegetables is grow by the worker in the restaurant, not from vegetable market, so it's…

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Added by Kao Min Hao on January 20, 2013 at 3:49pm — No Comments

Act - Food Security

In the Internet, I found that there are many people that don't have any money to buy food or grow their own vegetables. I really want to help them, so I keep thinking of what can I do to help them. Then, I found a solution that maybe really useful for me to help them and for them to get food to eat. My solution is to meet with my friends and together we learn how to grow vegetables on the farm. After three months of learning, I know almost all the thing about growing vegetable. Then, my next…

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Added by Kao Min Hao on January 20, 2013 at 3:40pm — No Comments

Learn - Food Security

Food security, the most important thing in our life, because we need to eat to get energy and work. We eat at least three times a day, but some of the people in the world can't even eat once a day. For example, just the country where I live, Indonesia, most of the poor people have problem with food security. There are a lot of people in Indonesia, this country is the world fourth most populous country, but there is no a lot of problem that is connected to the population problem. But there…

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Added by Kao Min Hao on January 19, 2013 at 4:39pm — No Comments

A Hero to Shadow

The hero that I choose to shadow is Josh Nesbit. I choose him, because he is young and I can see that he work really hard for this community and service. This years, his budget is 2.5 million dollars, which is a lot of money. When I first search about him, I saw a video of him helping the people with different kinds of disease, he opened a medic camp in Africa. He is really creative, he have an idea of buying cell phones and laptop for the people in Africa. Africa is a big country and there…

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Added by Kao Min Hao on January 13, 2013 at 3:56pm — No Comments

Providing Skills are Better than Giving Finished Technologies

I think that providing skill is better than just giving finished technology, because finished technology is finished and the function can't be develop or expand more. Finished technology cannot last long, sometimes it will not functioning or even breaks, then they will just need to try to fix it or they can only throw the product away. In other words with providing skills, they can explore more skills by their own with their knowledge and imagination. Skills can also last long, it will never…

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Added by Kao Min Hao on January 10, 2013 at 2:46pm — 1 Comment

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