“Let’s check this out, It’s Trevor James, I’m in Leshan, deep Sichuan, we’re going for a full-on Chinese street food experience, I came here to eat and I’m hungry,” in a popular video titled “Chinese Street Food Tour in Sichuan, China” on the YouTube channel “The Food Ranger” with more than 1.5 million of subscribers, a men named Trevor James passes by tasty-looking local street food with exciting … Continue reading Foreign YouTubers Based in Southwest Hub in China
Being Reaching to his 90 years old, “superman” Li Ka-shing, the richest billionaire in Hong Kong with net worth of 35 billion USD, the chairman of conglomerate CK Hutchison Holdings and CK Asset Holdings, announced retirement after dedicating to his business career for more than half a century, will serve as a Senior Advisor of CK Group after his retirement in May. His elder son, Victor … Continue reading Hong Kong Richest Tycoon Li Ka-shing retires – what’s next to his business Empire?
On the first working day after Chinese New Year this year, weather was chilly in the afternoon, people gathered around a booth on campus of Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, waiting for balloon characters. On the table were two business cards with the titles “Deaf Balloon Artists”. Beside the cards were colorful marker, balloons before being inflated, tools for blowing up balloons and … Continue reading Balloon Making Helps Hearing Disabled People Fit into Society
HK 2017 retail sales value rose 2.2%, volumed up 1.9% Retail sale rose by 5.8% year-on-year in Dec 2017 and rose by 7.6% in Nov Hong Kong – Retail sale recovered in 2017 with estimated year-on-year annual growth at 1.9% in total volume and 2.2% in total value to HK$446.1 billion since the slump in 2014, mainly due to the revival of inbound tourism, according … Continue reading 2017 Hong Kong Retail Sales Recovered Due to Improved Inbound Tourism
“If you don’t study hard in school, you will end up being a journalist,” It was a self-mockery joke, made by a SOPA award winner, journalist Han Wen Cheng in her speech, making most journalism students and teachers burst into laughs at the opening ceremony of SOPA award winner forum on Oct.24 in Hong Kong Baptist University. Journalists, always under stereotype but mostly common recognition, are unfortunately not … Continue reading A hard work to keep as a journalist – SOPA Award Winner from The Reporter
Hong Kong, Oct.24 – Award-winning journalists revealed the challenges they face as they try to report on human rights issues in a digital age as they spoke at the SOPA Award winners forum. The opening ceremony of Society of Publishers in Asia (SOPA) award winner forum 2017 started at 3:45 p.m. in Hong Kong Baptist University, attracting hundreds of students, teachers and professionals from journalism related area … Continue reading Truth and Rights in a Digital Age – Topic focused on the SOPA Award Forum
This is my portfolio about study and journalism. It is the first time that I establish my own English blog. As a journalism master student, I need practice reading and writing regularly. So in the future, you will see more of my English writing works, although some of them might from class assignments. I majored in Accounting before but I wished to do something creative … Continue reading Brief Introduction