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A Thought About Dr Lee from A Student

18 September 2015

This Tuesday, we went to BIS Hanoi for a talk by a special person, Dr. Rebecca Lee, the first woman to be on both the North and the South Pole, and also the highest area of the Earth, Mount Everest.

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She came to Vietnam to share her experiences and talk about the risks of global warming, which she has studied for the past ten years. 

Dr. Lee was very fluent in English, and her experiences were very fascinating. From her talk, we have learnt a lot about how human activities have affected the environment, and how we humans are killing our own planet and its inhabitants, like polar bears, seals and penguins. It gave us a sense of responsibility, as the younger generation, to protect the Earth, our planet that our parents, grandparents and ancestors have been protecting for thousands of years, from destruction by global warming. Personally, I would like to thank Dr. Lee for spending her precious time to come to talk with us, and taught us many things.

Ho Bao Anh - Year 11 student