I would say it is the best time in my life so far. I fell I find the me that enjoyed sharing in English and was energetic and enthusiastic. I met so many wonderful people, including not limited to Tyler, Shu yi, and family members. I learned a lot from the lectures, seminars, and workshop, definitely not only the knowledge itself. It was definitely the first time I met this many people(16) from all over world at the same time at the Family Time. I was moved when a girl mentioned she liked to travel, and the place she wanted to go the most is China because she has been learning Mandarin since a young age. The instructor of the session is majored politics and economy of China, and the object he chose to share was a book in Chinese. The two group mates I talked also had some connection with Hong Kong. It was exciting to talk to peers with different experience and hobbies. In the Keynote lecture, the instructor taught us about the fundamental steps to solve global challenges through her experience. One important idea is to “think globally and act locally.” She also give many useful pieces of advice about making changes. My tears dropped when she said there was one teacher asked her situation while the basement she lived was flooded. The lecture officially ended in 0:30 am, but I stayed to 2am to listen all the Q&A. The lecture and answers were so inspiring that they actually solve many of my confuses. The lesson worth much more than the lecture itself.Something I like about YYGS is that instead of purely lectures, it allows students to engage in asking questions and multiple forms of discussion. The mindset that they, the program and the instructors, are open to questions and inclusive for different voices is mind-blowing for me. People do not worry that their authority discredits when others pose questions.