Shark Guardian In Bangkok, Thailand - Mission#2

Shark Guardian mission is to educate, motivate and inspire people to turn their passions into action. In this case to stand up for sharks and conservation. Brendon has been working towards reaching as many people as possible with his presentations, but more so with the next generation, the people of tomorrow, the children of the world. Because of the high demand of shark products in Asia it makes sense to concentrate in this area. We believe that if you reach the hearts and minds of children, they are able to change things and educate even the adults of today who follow old customs and habits.

Shark Guardian In Bangkok, Thailand - Mission#2

In February 2011 Brendon gave his Shark Guardian presentation 9 times over 3 days to nearly 1000 children and adults from several international schools and institute including Shrewsbury International School, NIST (New International School of Bangkok), KIS International School and 3 Wall Street language Institutes. 

In April 2011 Shark guardian was back in Bangkok and hungry for more! This time Shark Guardian presented several presentations to various student classes at the Harrow International School speaking to over 400 people. Shark Guardian was honored with such a warm welcome and hope that we left our important messages impressed on the audience of mixed students and teachers. A special thanks goes to Harrow International School for our invitation.

We had enough time to make another visit to KIS International School after our morning at Harrow School. We were invited back to do a follow up from our previous visit in February 2011, as well as see some of the classes we had not yet presented to. The children and teachers enjoyed the Shark Guardian presentation so much during our previous visit, we just had to have us back for more.

This time round we also managed to visit the Patana International school. The new auditorium was very impressive for the presentation show and sound effects and really deliver a fantastic experience about sharks and conservation. Among the 200 student strong audience we also had a special guest, a reporter from the Bangkok Post to cover the event for a feature article in the Bangkok Post news paper a few weeks later!

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