A yacht moves by wind | Akihiro Nishino | TEDxKids@Chiyoda





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Published on Apr 7, 2015

As a comedian, Nishino tells his story with jokes and audience comes alive because of his funny story. Then he tells children a very important story.
"A yacht moves by wind. The sail receives the wind then it moves forward. Following wind lets the yacht moving forward easily. Even if a head wind comes, you can move forward to control the sail. The hard thing is when there are no winds, and you have to let the yacht move by yourself."


He has made a combination called King Kong since 1999. The combination won the prizes like "30th NHK Kamigata Manzai Contest", etc.He has shown up some TV programs and conducted Manzai lives. Also, he creates picture books as a writer. Some of his works are praised by Tim Barton.

For more information: http://tedxkidschiyoda.com/speakers/2719

Shooting: Motoyoshi Hirata
Sound: Ryosuke Takasaki, Takahiro Kitamura
Intro Animation: Takeshi Kawano
Logo Animation: Seiji Morishita
Editing: Momo Kobayashi
Description: Ryohei Hara

This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at http://ted.com/tedx


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