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According to win8china, he started developing at 3(I was not in kindergarten at 3, OMG!), and had actually won some 'global prizes". :o

http://www.win8china.com/html/2648.html

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Asians...

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Asians...

rule

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Asians...

no different to pushy american parents who force there kids into pageants. i guess. /s

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Hey hey... I said it in good context, because they indeed are quite... powerful :D

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He may be the next Bill Gates.

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:) I live in a mostly Asian neighborhood (something like 1,000 Asians in my kid's school of ~ 1,300), and I've got to say that this isn't all that surprising (except for the starting at 3, that's just...WOW O.O)

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He may be the next Bill Gates.

Impossible bill isn't Asian. He could be birr gates though.

He may be the next Bill Gates.

Impossible bill isn't Asian. He could be birr gates though.

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He may be the next Bill Gates.

Bill Gates was a good businessman, not a programming prodigy.

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My plan is to wallpaper my future kid's room with C++ code... hope it doesn't give him/her too many nightmares :p

I have to say, though, 3 years old is a stretch. It's pretty common to hear exaggerated stories like this come out of China. Even if true, probably a very simple language.

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