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Kevin Tran
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A story that shows the impact that Google maps and satelite can have, and more importantly how much more information is on our finger tips than only a couple of years ago.
A 5 year old boy falls a sleep on a train in India, wakes up 1500km later, doesn't know where he is, gets taken to an orphanage, adopted by Australians, grows up in Tasmania, and with the help of Google maps many many years later manages to find his family!

Een verhaal dat niet alleen zien hoe enorm de impact is van Google maps en sateliet beelden, maar ook hoe ontzettend veel informatie nu direct onder onze vingertopjes ligt.
Een 5 jaar oud jongetje valt in slaap in de trein in Indie. 1500km later wordt hij wakker, helemaal verdwaald. Een weeshuis vindt hem, neemt hem op en uiteindelijk vindt hij een plaats bij pleegouders in Tasmanie. Met herineringen aan z'n jeugd en met Google maps kan hij jaren, jaren later opeens de puzzelstukjes weer bij elkaar brengen en weet hij zijn familie terug te vinden.
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In 1986, a five-year-old boy named Saroo Munshi Khan accidentally fell asleep on a stationary train in India. He woke up hours later, alone and in an unfamiliar place. This fateful train ride ripped Saroo away from his home a...
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