We recorded our last episode of the year with professors Kevin Ramsden and Aaron Campbell in a very nice studio at Kyoto University of Foreign Studies, or Kyoto Gaidai, as it is commonly known. They told us about how they are putting altruistic motivation to work, having their students do much more extensive reading than they would otherwise, while at the same time helping to create a library at a rural school in Cambodia, among many other things. You can also hear the voice of the teacher at the receiving end this project, Sonita Sen, who tells us about how the library is being set up and the effect it is having. You can learn more about this project at swapnetwork.org, which is also the right site to visit if you are considering making a donation.
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