Topics: World, ASEAN, 21st century Pages: 2 (664 words) Published: September 5, 2013
Time flies. Things change. We cannot stay still.
There is no denying that 21st century is the time of changes by the development of technology, the fluctuation of worldwide economy and especially the power of humankind. Living in this fast-changing world not only provides us a better and more convenient life to enjoy but also requires us more. Hence, it is likely to be said that the more developing the whole world can become, the more challenges each individual has to face. Don’t you see that on daily newspapers, there still exist many articles relating to terrorisms, wars and murders? Don’t you know that every year, according to the statistic, the unemployment rate still rises continuously even in developed countries? And definitely you may know that every morning we wake up, some of us, the young generation, still wonder about what we will do and who we will be in this chaos world. As the young generation, what should we do? The only answer is being well-prepared. Just only begin with a very small action. Go outside, forget all the theories you have to cope with in schools or universities, take some jobs, projects or any stuff that you have your passion with. Those things may not bring us a good score or a compliment from our teacher but vision and experience. “Travelling forms a young man”. Participating activities gives us an opportunities to explore the world, connect people, gain knowledge and moreover, discover our true potential. Perhaps we may not make a big change in the world but by improving ourselves day by day, we can be a change agent who makes a positive impact on people around us. As the youth, we cannot stay still. Take a small action. Make a huge impact. “Don’t tell me the sky is the limit; there are footprints on the moon.” The quote above may describe the best about who the girl named Tran Khanh Tam really is. As an individual of the young generation in Vietnam, she always desires a chance to explore the world and getting closer with...
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