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言語的溫柔力量The compassionate speaker - the healing power of positive language | 潘月琪Mia Pan | TEDxSuzhou

vor 2 Jahren

The words we say in a day could be as little as a few thousand, or as many as more than ten thousand. People tend to overlook the impact of spoken words. Words could be kind and enduring; it could also do as much harm as a weapon. Research has found that hearing derogatory words has obvious effects on three important regions of our brains, namely the corpus callosum that delivers sensory data, the hippocampus that manages emotions and the frontal lobe that is responsible for thoughts and decision-making. The world is made up of individuals like you and me. Watch what you say, say it with kindness; let spoken words be a force of compassion. That would be your best gift to the world and your loved ones around you.


Mia Pan, graduated from the Department of Chinese Language and Literature of National Tsinghua University. Mia Pan is a Prominent host for culture arts from Taiwan with more than twenty years of experience in hosting, teaching and writing. Having interviewed thousands of personalities from different walks of life, she is a three-time nominee for the Golden Bell Awards and is highly praised for her professional capacity by various fields. Mia strives to promote the compassionate influence of language, imparting knowledge and thoughts to rejuvenate the heart.

This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at