I’ve been a student reporter for the past four semesters in my home university, and I am going to become an editor when I return which freaks me out a little. … Read More Process Post 4: Editor-to-be
This week, I had the pleasure to visit Waverley’s new blog. World of Waves is filled with positivity and trendy outfit ideas. The photos were what caught my attention when I first entered Waverley’s blog. Waverley has a positive vibe and you can feel it through her content and the smiles on her photos. I like… Read More Peer Review 1: W.O.W.
One of the craziest thing that I have ever done was stalking for interviewees for my story.… Read More Process Post 3: Am I Real Online?
We had the restaurant all to ourselves, great food and the view was pretty spectacular (but I think the view from Stark Tower is much better). … Read More Mini Assignment 2: I am Iron Man
I once caught a purplish sunset from my home, but it wasn’t as good as this one.… Read More First Sunset in Vancouver
Struggle of every exchange students…… Read More Mini Assignment 1 – Meme
To be honest, I was a little worried about having so much freedom on course assignments. Back in my home university, I never have the courage to think out of the box or take a risk when doing my assignments because I don’t want to fail the course, so I just do what teachers expect us to hand in.… Read More Process Post 2: Private Life in a Public World
My friend and I went on a two-day trip to Whistler. Our trip didn’t start smooth, we almost couldn’t get check-in to the hotel … Read More My First Ski
Parents and teachers have always reminded us not to talk to strangers since I was a kid. But as I grow up, I also came to realise that all friendships begin with strangers.… Read More Process Post 1: Stranger Danger?
In Hong Kong, walking at the seaside is a luxurious activity for me. My schedule is always packed – study, work and hang out with families and friends, I rarely get to enjoy some time to myself.… Read More Sunny Day in Raincouver