Indigenous Podcast – “Fighting Life”

Varick and I make this podcast about the residential school survivor. At first, this was very difficult for us because of the language. We searched lots of information of her and read the article many time. When we were recording, we did it several time and tried to do our bast. There have still some problem of this podcast, but we thinks this is good enough for our first time to do this.

By, and Admin. “Julia Marks.” Where Are The Children, Nov. 2019, http://wherearethechildren.ca/en/watc_story/julia-marks/.

Fraser, Wendy. “Orange Shirt Day Honours Residential School Students.” Bridge River Lillooet News, Nov. 2019, https://www.lillooetnews.net/news/local-news/orange-shirt-day-honours-residential-school-students-1.23451852.

“Stories Introduction.” Where Are The Children, Nov. 2019, http://wherearethechildren.ca/en/stories/#story_38.

 

Short Story to Screenplay – “A Sound of Thunder”

The original type of the story “A Sound of Thunder” is narrative, because it tells the story and that has the setting, characters and the point of view. I plan to turn it into the screenplay, because I think the screenplay is the easiest for me. Screenplay is the form that I can create the story and the dialogue on my own. Screenplay can let others to see what you want to show very clearly. There has the Slog Line, Action, Character, Parentheticals and Dialogue. I read through the story and don’t change the setting of the story. I change the dialogue of the character and create one more character in the story. I also change the action of the characters and I change the timeline of the story. I have learned a lot of thing when doing this transformation. I learn there has many forms of writing that we can use, and every form have different benefit. In screenplay I learn that I can create my own story in the future, and I also can change the other story in the drama that I want to see. I think this will be very useful for me in the future.

Communication Timeline

Every organism in the world have different ways of communication, of course human being is no exception. At first, Human use language to show the opinion to others and use the pattern to record. In 1843, Alexander Bain create a machine called fax machine, this machine can help people to communicate with others from far always, but this is not enough for the human. In 1886, Heinrich Hertz create the radio, it can help people to record the images also tell the images to other people at the same time. In 20th, human began to develop the technology that people can use more convenience, such as mobile phones, television, and computer. People can bring the mobile phones outdoor, and know the news right away by watching television. Now in 21th, people think the big machine are not perfect; even though, those machines bring a lot of convenience for human. People wants to create something let one can have the communication anytime, so Jon Rubinstein create the ipod in 2001. People can put the ipod in their pocket and bring it to anywhere. After the ipod show up, people find out that this is not enough for human. People start to create the application, such as Facebook and Youtube. In one opinion, human is the organism which never satisfy. Human always think about how to create the new things, and how to make the life more convenience. Maybe in the next few years, people do not have to use any machine to help people to make the communication, because now human can create the new thing much faster than before.

Mark, Zuckerberg. “Our Mission” Facebook Newsroom, https://newsroom.fb.com/company-info/. Accessed 24 September 2019

“About Youtube” Youtube, https://www.youtube.com/intl/zh-TW/about/. Accessed 24 September 2019

Juliet, Yang. “Company Overview.” Bilibili, https://ir.bilibili.com/investor-overview/. Accessed 24 September 2019

Media Research Project

Media Research – Bilibili

Bilibili is a Chinese application, many people use this application to watch anime or video. Also, “Bilibili stands out in China’s crowded tech sector because it mainly serves fickle Gen Z users” (Leo Sun, 2019). Bilibili was create in June 2009 in Shanghai. Bishi want more people in China known more about two-dimensional world, so he convened some people like Carly and Chen rui to creates Bilibili for anime.

And now Bilibili has become the most popular application in China, “[Bilibili] started as a content community inspired by anime, comics and games, or ACG, and have evolved into a full-spectrum online entertainment world covering a wide array of genres and media formats, including videos, live broadcasting and mobile games” (Juliet Yang).

In the future, they want to bring Bilibili into America. This can help other countries known about Chinese application and what the teenager like to watch. In China, many people and company support what Bilibili doing, so they will donate Bilibili and make the cooperation, also the user often buy money for the prerogative on Bilibili. Bishi say Bilibili is create for the people who like anime, so he suggests people who are 18-35 years old to use the application are better. Bilibili is very success, “[Bilibili] has been around since 2009 and now claims 92 million monthly active users and 450 million page-views per day” (Patrick Frater, 2018). It has increase more than 10 million users in one year, and they have made a few concerts to make Bilibili be more famous.

Juliet, Yang. “Company Overview.” Bilibili, https://ir.bilibili.com/investor-overview/. Accessed 12 September 2019

Patrick, Frater. “Bilibili Strikes Merchandise Deal With Alibaba’s Taobao.” Variety, https://variety.com/2018/digital/asia/bilibili-merchandise-deal-with-alibaba-taobao-1203093909/. Accessed 15 September 2019

Leo, Sun. “Why Aren’t the Bulls More Excited About Bilibili?” The Motley Fool, https://www.fool.com/investing/2019/08/28/why-arent-the-bulls-more-excited-about-bilibili.aspx. Accessed 15 September 2019

Daniel, Kurland. “Best Anime On Netflix to Stream” Den of Geek, https://www.denofgeek.com/us/tv/anime/278531/best-anime-on-netflix. Accessed 15 September 2019

“Bilibili logo” Steam, https://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=1426841562. Accessed 15 September 2019

Masha, Borak. “Bilibili requires users to pass an exam to watch anime” TECHINASIA, https://www.techinasia.com/bilibili-requires-users-pass-exam-watch-anime. Accessed 15 September 2019

Media Research Project

Media Research – Bilibili

Bilibili is a Chinese application, many people use this application to watch anime or video. Also, “Bilibili stands out in China’s crowded tech sector because it mainly serves fickle Gen Z users” (Leo Sun, 2019). Bilibili was create in June 2009 in Shanghai. Bishi want more people in China known more about two-dimensional world, so he convened some people like Carly and Chen rui to creates Bilibili for anime. And now Bilibili has become the most popular application in China, “[Bilibili] started as a content community inspired by anime, comics and games, or ACG, and have evolved into a full-spectrum online entertainment world covering a wide array of genres and media formats, including videos, live broadcasting and mobile games” (Juliet Yang). In the future, they want to bring Bilibili into America. This can help other countries known about Chinese application and what the teenager like to watch. In China, many people and company support what Bilibili doing, so they will donate Bilibili and make the cooperation, also the user often buy money for the prerogative on Bilibili. Bishi say Bilibili is create for the people who like anime, so he suggests people who are 18-35 years old to use the application are better. Bilibili is very success, “[Bilibili] has been around since 2009 and now claims 92 million monthly active users and 450 million page-views per day” (Patrick Frater, 2018). It has increase more than 10 million users in one year, and they have made a few concerts to make Bilibili be more famous.

   

Juliet, Yang. “Company Overview.” Bilibili, https://ir.bilibili.com/investor-overview/. Accessed 12 September 2019

Patrick, Frater. “Bilibili Strikes Merchandise Deal With Alibaba’s Taobao.” Variety, https://variety.com/2018/digital/asia/bilibili-merchandise-deal-with-alibaba-taobao-1203093909/. Accessed 15 September 2019

Leo, Sun. “Why Aren’t the Bulls More Excited About Bilibili?” The Motley Fool, https://www.fool.com/investing/2019/08/28/why-arent-the-bulls-more-excited-about-bilibili.aspx. Accessed 15 September 2019

Daniel, Kurland. “Best Anime On Netflix to Stream” Den of Geek, https://www.denofgeek.com/us/tv/anime/278531/best-anime-on-netflix. Accessed 15 September 2019

“Bilibili logo” Steam, https://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=1426841562. Accessed 15 September 2019

Masha, Borak. “Bilibili requires users to pass an exam to watch anime” TECHINASIA, https://www.techinasia.com/bilibili-requires-users-pass-exam-watch-anime. Accessed 15 September 2019

What is new Media?

Richie Chen

English 10

10 September 2019

Mr.Barazzuol

New Media analysis

This paragraph has been peer-edited with formal writing techniques.

Media is the collective communication outlets. Media is not physical medium between the two stations. But new media is different, new Media is very huge. And new Media is the two way of communication or the tools to help people get more information by technology. New Media is like snapchat or google, one can get a lot of information from new Media, even one are on demand. Media is consumption fragmented. Such as, when people wake up, people may check the phone. And people  usually chat with their friends online before they go to bed. People can just use their phone on necessary, “[People] might want to just chill once in a while. Read a book. Go for a leisurely stroll around a museum. Take part in a bit of quiet, thoughtful one-on-one conversation” (John Donova MAR 19, 2018). It will make people be healthier to consume media.

This is the original paragraph , before peer-editing with formal writing techniques.