I'm a collaborating Prof in KAIST, Korea so I go over there now and again. At the beginning of this
month I was in Jeju, Korea giving a talk for some high school children. The organisers just sent me
some photos. Although in this picture I look like I'm teaching karate, I was talking about evolutionary
computation and showing some of the videos from my first book Evolutionary Design by
Computers (and also gave them a Korean version of Digital Biology). The school
specialised in science education, and you could tell. Not only did the kids cope with a talk in English,
but they asked detailed technical questions on genetic algorithms. I've had less intelligent questions
from fellow scientists in academic conferences! I'm afraid they put British school children to shame...