Yoke Lee

Yoke Lee

Still trying to become the change I wish to see.
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For years now, scientists have been trying to develop microscopic robots that can swim through bodily fluids and repair damaged cells or deliver

Tiny robotic scallops can swim through blood and eyeball fluid to fix you up. Scientists from the Max Planck Institute for Intelligent Systems in Germany believe they've got the perfect design.

My Neighbor Totoro (1988)

Could be inspiration for an art project where kid's painted a Miyazaki inspired picture or design and then place a pre cut out character shake over the painting. My Neighbor Totoro such a gorgeous film, and now this beautiful piece of artwork.

The sequel to My Neighbor Totoro, called Mei and the Kittenbus. It's only show at the Ghibli Museum in Tokyo, Japan. [OHMAIGAHD, there's a sequel O_____O]

The sequel to My Neighbor Totoro, called Mei and the Kittenbus. It's only shown at the Ghibli Museum in Tokyo, Japan. -- Studio Ghibli movies, Tonari no Totoro sequel film, cat bus

Fred Hollows is amazing! Little old lady steals Joel Edgerton's heart, and nose! - The Fred Hollows Foundation restoring sight all over the world

As well as starring in The Great Gatsby, Star Wars, and other successful Hollywood films, Joel Edgerton is an Ambassador for The Fred Hollows Foundation.

There are 7 things that will destroy us. Wealth without work, pleasure without conscience, Knowledge without charachter, religion without sacrfice, politics without principle; science without humanity; business without this

7 things that will destroy us. wealth without work pleasure without conscience knowledge without character religion without sacrifice politics without principle science without humanity business without ethics - Mahatma Gandhi

“Why don’t we integrate the social dimension into economic theory? Why don’t we build companies that aim to pay employees decently and improve their social situations rather than seek profits for managers and shareholders?”  Muhammad Yunus, "Banker to the Poor"

“Why don’t we integrate the social dimension into economic theory? Why don’t we build companies that aim to pay employees decently and improve their social situations rather than seek profits for managers and shareholders?” Muhammad Yunus, "Banker to the Poor"

'Everything worth doing is worth doing it 100%' - Konosuke Matsushita - founder of  Panasonic.

'Everything worth doing is worth doing it - Konosuke Matsushita - founder of Panasonic.