Tale of hope for Cambodian girl a math scholarship to Manhattan College
Manhattan College Prof. Helene Tyler, center in photo taken at Phnom Penh airport, rallied to have 18-year-old Kimsy Tor brought over to New York on a full scholarship after teaching her during a math Manhattan College Professor Helene Tyler was teaching an advanced math course in Cambodia last month when a young woman, bright beyond her years, ...
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#1 Feb 19, 2011
See, the people that built Angkor Wat still have the seed of talents in them. You will never see this in the Thais.
#2 Feb 19, 2011
I was born into poverty and did not know I was gifted until the Whites discovered me and lifted me out of my predicament.
I am going to bet that Cambodian girl will be loyal to the Whites when she grows up.
#3 Feb 19, 2011
She is indeed talented for her age. The White professor has a compassionate heart and certainly does not display envy. This is the human quality that all races should take as a role model. This is called Mudita, the altruistic joy of seeing others succeed, unlike the greedy, selfish Thais.
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