Loved this email (and pictures) from a young Periodic Table of Videos viewer in Vietnam.
Dear periodic table of videos,
My name is Mark, I am one of your channel subscribers.
I am writing you this letter to inform you on some great news.
I started watching your videos only about 6 months ago when I was surfing the internet for some infos on aqua regia, since then I've been over every videos of yours, every single ones, including the previous videos too and some of Brady's other channels, because I found your videos astoundingly fascinating.
Most of your videos I found was unexpectedly useful when my classmates asked me about the stuff they didn't understand for example: gallium melting point, etc.
Ok, let's get to the main point.
I took the national Australian chemistry quiz held by RACI in July which spread over 15 nations (which Vietnam is where I'm from, Mark is just my preferred English name).
This test mainly aimed at basic chem learners (I'm only 13) so you get a bunch of infos before a question (so that you don't need to know much about chemistry at all).
The result, I got 30 out of 30 and later received the award of excellence, which I'm very proud of since no one else in my school have it.
SO, IN OTHER WORDS, THANKS FOR GIVING ME THE BIGGEST BREAKTHROUGH IN MY EARLY CHEMISTRY CAREER.
I've sent you some pictures.
PS And yes! I wrote this, not my English teacher.