Earlier in her speech, she suggested to Sarawak Economic Development Corporation (SEDC) to organize a Sarawak Got Talent competition that involves all pre-school centers in the state.
She pointed out that the contest was an important platform for children to show their talents which would help them to develop through a holistic approach.
She had also urged school teachers to play an active role in discovering children’s talents.
“Discovering children’s talents would help build their confidence, enhance their leadership skills as well as their discipline,” she said.
Build on their heart's desires
Father and child Jimi Rogo and his daughter Karalaini
Throughout history there are stories, millions of stories, unheard of that tell of great human achievements -- of mammoth endeavours and great deeds.
Their creations and the legacy they leave behind despite their humble beginnings are inspiring.
Take for instance, Sir Isaac Newton.
The legendary English mathematician, astronomer, natural philosopher, alchemist and physicist was first thought by his teacher to be a weak student because he was more interested in creating mechanical devices than studying.
His first creation according to his biography was a windmill connected to a wheat and corn grinder. Sir Isaac Newton's story, including Thomas Alva Edison, dubbed the Wizard of Menlo Park are two of the greatest inventors and industrialist who have one thing in common -- they loved inventing.
It's the same everywhere with young people, says Jimi Vania Rogo, a former musician-turned-evangelist.
Whether they are born in Greece, England or Africa, children will do well what they love, he said.
The Assemblies of God member is a father to five children.
He said his modus operandi was to find out what his children loved to do and then build on their heart's desires, he said.
His youngest daughter Karalaini Esther Vania Rogo started crooning from as young as when she was two years old.
Even though he said her...