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SUBJECT AREA Education
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CREATED ON 21st March 2017
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Personal Reflection

write a piece of personal reflection base on the video video link: https://www.thersa.org/discover/videos/rsa-animate/2010/05/rsa-animate---the-empathic-civilisation
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