About Me

Hi, I am Bill. I am a Masason Foundation Scholar. I love programming, math and science very much.

I passed Eiken Grade 1 – the hardest English test in Japan – in July 2017 when I was 11 years old.
Just like Jack Ma, the president of Alibaba Inc, I go to parks to talk with travelers (more than 2000 people till now). It’s very fun and I made a lot of friends all over the world.

In 2018, I won as a finalist in the Firefox Quantum Extensions Programming Challenge, hosted by the Mozilla Foundation.

In 2019, I won 3rd place as a student in the NeverLAN CTF 2019 Competition which is sponsored by Uber and FaceBook (a CTF is an information security competition)

Talking with travelers

From 6 years old, I started to learn English, Japanese, Chinese, math, science, physics, economics, history and more.

From 9 years old, I started to learn programming in Java, Python, PHP, and C++. Now, whenever I have a problem, I will use programming to make tools to solve it. I originally wanted to be a lawyer to help people, but as I continued to learn programming and computer science, I was thrilled at the power of IT, and so I decided to use the power of IT to help more people.

In the future, I want to become an entrepreneur like Masayoshi Son, The CEO of Softbank, and Elon Musk, The CEO of SpaceX and Tesla, and make the world a better place.

Please contact me at bluesky42624@gmail.com

Giving lectures on neural networks 12 years old

Amazing Grace 6 years old

Hey Jude 5 years old

Talking with travelers in the park