By Terence Repelente
“Success for me is knowing that you’re spending your time building something that is going to have a massive impact at scale.” —Sharndre Kushor
Jamie Beaton and Sharndre Kushor, 22, educators, co-founders of Crimson.
“My biggest advice to everyone who wants to pursue film, or journalism, or any career in their life is the fact that you will always hear the word ‘No.’ You will always fail while doing it but if you don’t fail, you will never learn, you will never know how it feels to be at the bottom,—ShahnawanazZali, 24, filmmaker, 2016 Student Academy Award nominee.
“It’s one thing to do well, make money, and have success by the world standards and by business standards, which is obviously just making money, but what defines your success as a business person, is how to use the money you responsibly.” —Jonathan Shen
Jonathan Shen, 27, and Chris Hwang, 26, businessmen, co-founders of Golden Duck Co.
“I want to make a lot of smiles by using design and technology.”
Tatsuya Honda, 26, user interface designer, creator of deaf-assisting device Ontenna. 2016 Good Design special awardee.
“I want to make a lot of smiles by using design and technology.” —Tatsuya Honda, 26, user interface designer, creator of deaf-assisting device Ontenna. 2016 Good Design special awardee.
“Keep going. You might be facing lots of problems, especially when encoding. It sometimes gets very, very irritating not being able to solve a bug but you just have to keep trying and keep trying Only then will you succeed,”—Sanjay Kumaran
Shravan Kumaran, 15, and Sanjay Kumaran, 17, mobile application programmers. Co-founders of GoDimensions mobile application and the youngest mobile application programmers of India.