What actions are you taking to promote and protect the health and rights of women and young people worldwide?
It’s coming up: Expo Shanghai 2010. It’s a good opportunity to let the world know more about Shanghai, just like a mirror, vice versa. In other words, Do-Sharism online community will be more, do more and join actively in some cities, even in Shanghai Expo Global Communities. Besides, we will focus on some rural cities to connect all through online changing power from youth. We can make something extraordinary together. TED talks’ John Dorr said, “If you don’t go, you don’t know.” Before Expo 2010, it takes almost one month for me to complete my journey from Shanghai to Zhangmu, including a stop in even Kathmandu. It’s the best way to know more about the local community and youth, to help and share some ideas worth spreading and make the Do-Sharism start-ups for the youth. We also believe in the global youth power. You are a blast too, please join us.
What is your vision of lasting change for yourself and for the world's young people?
Carpe Diem, my motto. In 2010, I will do my best and be more. I name myself Angelia2041. Because I think I am unique just like others no matter what they are, who they are, which colours they are and so on. 2041 is a symbol, if you know more about 2041.com, the preservation of Antarctica by the promotion of recycling, renewable energy and sustainability to combat the effects of climate change. I will fire my passion for the green nexus things. It’s a sustainable, green, and social media communities for 2010 Youth Vision. I lift my spirit, set it free, and give it a try.
If you could tell world leaders one thing, what would it be?
There is so much to do. Please kindly have less, and be more. Not only be leaders but participate in Sharism. Let’s Nexus all. Thank you.