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Communicating the emotion in classical music | Daniel Heifetz | TEDxCharlottesville

Communicating the emotion in classical music | Daniel Heifetz | TEDxCharlottesville

Translator: Maricene Crus Reviewer: Mile Živković (Music) So, when I was five years old, I’m sitting at home watching television and suddenly somebody comes on the TV screen playing the violin. I was mesmerized. And so I started begging my Read more…


Rajesh Rao: Computing a Rosetta Stone for the Indus script

Rajesh Rao: Computing a Rosetta Stone for the Indus script

I’d like to begin with a thought experiment. Imagine that it’s 4,000 years into the future. Civilization as we know it has ceased to exist — no books, no electronic devices, no Facebook or Twitter. All knowledge of the English Read more…


PhD from Pakistan | Pakistan se PhD Karna | Is it Easy or Difficult to do PhD in Pakistan?

PhD from Pakistan | Pakistan se PhD Karna | Is it Easy or Difficult to do PhD in Pakistan?

The title of this video is “Doing PhD from Pakistan” Is it easy or difficult to do PhD in Pakistan? based on my 38 years of experience, I would like to answer this question It is not necessary to agree Read more…


Politics and the English language: Peter Hennessy at TEDxHousesofParliament

Politics and the English language: Peter Hennessy at TEDxHousesofParliament

Translator: Denise RQ Reviewer: Miloš Milosavljević Ladies and gentlemen, scientists and anthropologists tell us, that what saved we, humans, from extinction in the savannah country on the northern rim of what is now Kenya, a million or so years ago, Read more…


Deaf in the military [Subtitled] | Keith Nolan | TEDxIslay

Translator: TED Translators admin Reviewer: Claire Ghyselen (Interpreter voice-over) Hello, everyone. My name is Keith Nolan. I’m a cadet private. My talk today is on the topic of the military. How many of you out there thought you’d ever like Read more…


The benefits of a bilingual brain – Mia Nacamulli

The benefits of a bilingual brain – Mia Nacamulli

¿Hablas español? Parlez-vous français? 你会说中文吗? If you answered, “sí,” “oui,” or “会” and you’re watching this in English, chances are you belong to the world’s bilingual and multilingual majority. And besides having an easier time traveling or watching movies without Read more…


Pink and Blue: Communicating Gender to Children | Anthony Schullo | TEDxNorthCentralCollege

Translator: Marina Ivanovic Reviewer: Nada Alshammari I want to introduce you to my two little cousins: Alex and Alayna. Here’s Alex, all wide-eyed, probably because the Bears actually won a game. (Laughter) And, then, here is Alayna, in her little Read more…


Is the glass half full or half empty? The final proof! Leo Bormans at TEDxGhent

Translator: Els De Keyser Reviewer: Rik Delaet We are in crisis, left behind, always harder, seldom kind. Then we feel what might be missed is the power of an optimist. The question we always ask, worldwide, when we are talking Read more…


Body Language for Networking Communication

Body Language for Networking Communication

(energetic music) – When your networking, there’s a lot of anxiety. You want to come across always as trustworthy and credible. You want to move into that room away from entrances, move into that room, and take up space, get Read more…


Three reasons to preserve (and develop) a heritage language: Charles Chang at TEDxRiceU 2014

Three reasons to preserve (and develop) a heritage language: Charles Chang at TEDxRiceU 2014

Translator: Thomas Farmer Reviewer: Mirjana Čutura So, just to begin, like many Americans, I’m a second generation immigrant. My parents came to the US from Korea in the ’70s, and my older sister was born shortly thereafter. So being native Read more…