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    Ras is an 8 year old who volunteers at a local daycare reading to younger children. He is learning to speak Spanish and would someday like to visit every spanish speaking country in the world. His interests include: science fiction (or anything science), online video competitions and reading.  He is an  ‘A’ student and thinks that being smart is “cool”. Inspired by President Obama, Ras would like to be a politician.  He also has interest in dentistry, creating video games that even busy moms would love, and traveling the world.  He and his mother Regina, often talk about being a renaissance man like Paul Roebeson.

    His Heroes include his dad, grandfather, President Obama, George Washington Carver (Inspired by the peanut, and Washington’s  science theories), Benjamin Banneker, and Martin Luther King Jr.


    Martial arts for four years (senior blue belt)

    Taekwondo and Vietnamese weapons training




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    Virtual Explorer: Ras
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    My name is Nicoló  and I am eight years old. I live with my  mom who is an artist in Manhattan. My papa lives in Milano, Italy and  designs furniture. I am very lively and like to jump around. My favorite comedians to watch are Charlie Chaplin, Buster Keaton and my  friends Asaru, Liam and Wilder. When I grow up maybe I want to be in  the circus. I like school especially math, science and social studies  but more than anything I like block building. My least favorite  subject in school is lunch because I like to eat and the food is  terrible. I like to use my imagination in drawing medieval battles,  building forts, dressing up and dancing.  I recently began a small business selling hot apple cider on my  street on very cold days around 5pm. It was very successful as I only  charged 75 cents per cup but most people just gave me a dollar. I did  my own advertising by creating a sign and so far I have made $34.73. I want to give half to help cheetahs in Africa, a quarter to spend  myself and a quarter I will put in my savings account at the bank.

    Afterschool activities include:





    Roller blading and scootering around the neighborhood

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    First Saturdays at the Brooklyn Museum- dance party yeah!!!!

    Virtual Explorer: Nico
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    The child standing in the middle of the room with an animated expression reciting some lines or singing a song would undoubtedly be Asaru. He would also be the one “directing” the other children in “pretend”; assigning roles and scenarios to create the setting. He spends a lot of time in museums and enjoys Broadway musicals as well as other forms of arts and entertainment. He has relevant and mature inquires and loves to have discussions about the experiences of people and life. He has a broad understanding of service and volunteering and has desires to work in his community.

    At four years old, Asaru made his acting debut in a DVD series entitled “Da Stuy”. He plans to be a rock star, a newscaster, and  ultimately retire. And “then” he says, “I guess I’ll be a doctor”. In 2011, he landed the role of Scarecrow in his schools production to “The Wiz”. Asaru has enjoyed learning Drumming, Karate, Spanish and Sign Language. Asaru  has been golfing since he was 4 years old and is now the youngest member of Brooklyn Golf’s Center’s Birdie First Tee Program. Asaru says,“ I really, really enjoy golf and when I am focused I am good”.

    He maintains a B+ average and loves reading books.  Asaru is drafting a books on bullies, songs and developing script ideas.  He would like to produce movies starring his friends.  Ina addition, in 2010, he has embarked on his starting a company “Funny Money”, a business that would teach people how to save and grow their money. Listen to a recent interview from Our Communities Our Children radio which features Asaru!

    Leo (junior division of Lion’s international)

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    First Saturdays at the Brooklyn Museum- dance party yeah!!!!

    Take a look at Asaru’s blogs
    Sign language   I like it Live!   Games are so much fun!

    Virtual Explorer: Asaru