11 year old Kaden, a student at Yokohama International School in Japan, shows us the evolution of his art work from 2nd Grade to 6th Grade! Brilliant. This presentation shows many things - Kaden's great artistic ability, the eloquence of a 6th grader and that the PechaKucha format allows everyone young and old a like to have a platform to show and share their work. Kaden thanks for stepping to the mic in Tokyo.
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