Science Can Unite the World
IJSO, Bali - Participated by 48 countries, this International Junior Science Olympiad (IJSO) event can be the bridge of understanding and getting to know each other of these young scientist and delegations from all over the world. And that's what has been felt by delegates from Malaysia, M.Raziq Qawiem and M.Izzudin bin Saiful Hisam.
During their stay of 10 days in Bali, Indonesia, they get valuable experience and getting to know a lot of their new friends from all over the world.
"I'm amazed with this event because there are a lot of countries participate in this. I get a lot of new friends from all delegates from another country," said M.Raziq Qawiem giving brief description about IJSO
"This IJSO event becomes a media for us to make friends. For us from the ASEAN to unite and compete with Europe," said M.Izzudin bin Saiful Hisam.
The first time they're interested with science is from the curiosity.
"The thing that makes me interested in science is from my own curiosity, knowing what happens in the world. Why is the sun is so hot. I'm interested in the astronomy," said Izzudin who loves Physics
While Raziq thought that science can be the element to unite the world.
"With science, we can unite all humans in all countries," said Raziq who loves The Imitation Game dan The Theory of Everything movie.