The summer of 2013, I volunteered in Tibet, accompanying orphans. I found surprisingly that they were not as vulnerable or sensitive as what I thought before. Rather, only a little praise or a warm hug could make them happy all day long. Deeply attracted by their optimism and simplicity, I took many pictures of their sunny … More Lovely Children in Tibet
In the era of Digital Journalism, it is important to know how to verify user generated contents(UGC) and their geographic locations. Here are my verification steps of some examples. Hope they can be tips for you. If you have any more efficient ways to verify contents, please share with me! image location: 22°16’48.7″N 114°09’58.8”E outside … More How to do Geo Verification?
This is a news from Bloomberg. Airlines Pin Low-Carbon Future on Fuels Nobody Has Mass Produced This article is about the challenges that aviation industry faces to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. After delegates from 190 nations debated a United Nations accord in Montreal that would cap emissions from international flights, aviation industry is required to … More Does low-carbon movement match the development of renewable energy industry?
A Land Eager to Look Rich: Luxury Brands Edge Into Myanmar It is a business story from New York Times. At first, I was attracted by the topic, since in my mind, Myanmar is an undeveloped country in the southeast of Asia which has nothing to do with luxury brands. So before I read it, … More Analysis of a business story
I still remember when exchanging in Taiwan, I hurried to the democratic holy land-Chiayi Fountain to witness the night before the final Nine-in-One Elections. It was the first time for me to see so many people cry out for their different political stands, while at the same time seeing people of two rival camps, both … More Final Nine-in-One Elections in Taiwan