Monthly Archive: October, 2013

Photo Project

Shanghai Jade Buddha Temple   Check out the thinglink that I made out one of my picture at Shanghai Jade Buddha Temple by clicking this link.  

Lanterns on Chinese New Year Day (01/23/12)

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Grand Central Terminal

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Inside of Museum of Modern Art – Concrete Jungle

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Live for NOW 10/21/12

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How to write quality stories

I used to play piano for six years. I started from do-re-mi to Chopin and Bach. I played the piano with eyes. I memorized many pieces and I hit the right notes. I… Continue reading

How to protect yourself from flu/cold during midterm

I got sick last week, so I jotted down how I felt each day. Take a look: Day 1 It all started from swollen throat. I felt like it would go away if… Continue reading

Process of writing narrative stories

After building a base for a story, which includes picking a subject, theme and mood of the story, the next step would be constructing a structure of the story. If straight news would… Continue reading

How to find subgenre

“Telling True Stories” part III introduces various nonfiction genres including the character profile, travel narrative, memoir, personal essay, commentary, historical writing, investigative reporting and radio documentary. Journalists have the best occupation in the… Continue reading

From Kristallnacht to Watergate: Memoirs of a Newspaperman

What would it be like to be a man who worked in the journalism field for about five decades? Harry Rosenfeld, a former Metro Editor for The Washington Post, is an iconic figure… Continue reading