Many of you probably don’t know what the DIY project is, nor the IdeaFM, nor even the 20% project.Are they different?
Actually, they’re pretty much the same. We get to make our own projects, whether it may be for the good of a foundation, a community, or a grade school. My English class is working on the IdeaFM project, aka Idea Farming project. It’s exciting, but very hard, managing the timing, the process, the actual work, and getting them approved by the teacher, and then to the head of the organization or school to be able to work on it.
Now for me, my project was something that occurred in my dream. I was holding a concert for a group of disabled children. I sang, while my friends and I danced, a great performance that the children loved, and grew to be a famous group. I faintly remembered wings in our t-shirts, and that moment when I remembered that dream, I was listening to Trap, a song by Henry Lau.
So I gave the project its name.