Saturday, October 04, 2008

Math tutorials website

I just received this email, it feels good to be able to inspire someone with the littlest things I do:

Hi Ms. Angala,

I stumbled upon your blog ( and your story in "About Me" section inspires me in many ways. It's really rare to find someone who has the courage to follow his/her calling and put aside the standard 'society's expectations'. I would like to let you know that your are not alone. I face similar situation like you and currently following my own calling.

About 1 1/2 years ago, I left my job as an engineer to start a math site toprovide free maths lessons to students around the world. I know that was something that I must do despite a lot of disagreement from people that are close to me.

This math site is not a usual math site. The main highlight is the animated math videos. I have to write my own software to create the mathematics animation.

You can check out my work at:

Currently, I know that my site is helping those who are don't afford to pay for tutors and those who in need of quality math lessons. However, I still have a long way to go but I know that with passion, determination and persistence, my work will eventually reach many people around the world.

Your motto "TOUGH TIMES NEVER LAST BUT TOUGH PEOPLE DO" really aligns with what I think and it encourages me. That is why I felt compelled to send you this e-mail. God bless you!

Best Regards,
Ng Wei chong

I checked this website and found it a great resource for students who are struggling in Math. I highly recommend as a math supplementary resource for our students.

1 comment:

Get Accepted said...

This tool is a boon to students.

Informative and valuable.

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