DRIVE: The Hans Sama Story

DRIVE: The Hans Sama Story

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He started drawing when he was really young. When he was around three, he'd draw soldiers. Little soldiers, right? D: Star Wars! Every friend who'd come over was shocked to see a drawing that was so realistic. He was only three years old. My wife and I, we decided to never leave the PC in his bedroom. D: Because we won’t see him anymore. M: Yes, otherwise he’s locked inside with his PC. He only comes out for food, for dinner, and that's it. D: Yes, exactly. We don't like it. We'd rather see him in the living room, where we can feel his presence when he's playing and that makes us happy. I remember one day, when I came home from work he was playing video games. It was pretty late and I yelled at him. He told me, “Mom, this is my passion. You can’t take it away from me.” And after that day, I left him alone. Once I took the bus home, and on the bus, a group of teenagers were talking about Hans Sama.
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And I didn’t understand why they were talking about Hans Sama. Turns out the whole school was talking about this player. So then you start thinking about it as a phenomenon. A phenomenon everyone knows about, a world phenomenon. I remember the other day my nephew came to visit, and he asked Steven to draw something for one of his friends who’s a fan. And even to sign it. And when Steven did it in front of me, it touched me. I thought… we didn’t expect this. If he can become a star, we’re happy for him. Steven is someone who’s shy, but we also noticed that he’s very confident. But not always. The other day, he told me, “Mom, I’m not sure I will
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go all the way to the end, in LoL. To really be at the top.” I was surprised! It wasn’t like him to say that, because he’s usually so confident. When he doubted his success, I comforted him. I told him it doesn’t matter. Even if you don’t win, you’re doing everything you can already. And as your parents, we’re not mad at you. We’ll support you no matter what. He didn’t say anything. He just smiled. He’s a perfectionist. When he wants to succeed in something, he works hard to get there to reach his goal. I noticed that everything Steven touches, for instance, with sports, or drawing, or video games, it turns into gold.

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