Quest is fun, be nosey: Tristan Pang at TEDxYouth@Auckland





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Published on Nov 13, 2013

A genuine love of learning and the ability to focus are two of the characteristics that have seen 12-year-old Tristan Pang achieve so much in such a short time. Year Seven at Ficino School, Tristan teaches himself at home and has been sitting Cambridge International Exams since he was nine and earning top grades. He will be a University Maths student by 2014. He is a cadet of St John, squad member of the swimming club, member of Mensa, member of the New Zealand Association for Gifted Children and a piano player. He enjoys all science subjects, literature and philosophy. Tristan believes the key to excelling is to: think big, plan ahead, get organised and go for it.


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