Critique of Social Media Policy

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以为“高冷如冰山”,其实 “俏皮如孩童”


其实 “俏皮如孩童”


一位15岁的北京女孩,年级学霸,舞蹈尖子,一直渴望出国去看看。她心中的圣地是位于纽约的茱莉亚音乐学院。刚刚过去的这个寒假,她读完了我的新闻作品报道集《唐勇看美国》,并写下好长的一篇读后感。文笔虽显稚嫩,但不乏真诚。她在读后感中说:“世界之大,值得我用欣赏的目光去看待。” Continue reading

Each Student Gets a Chinese Name: A Spring 2017 Souvenir

Like before, each student in my Spring 2017 classes gets a Chinese name as a souvenir. Students must be able to write and read their Chinese names to earn some extra credit. I encourage students to use their Chinese names whenever they can. Students enjoy this activity. Some posted their Chinese names on Facebook. Some even turned their lovely Chinese names into beautiful tattoos. Continue reading

Southwestern Law School Conference on Global Freedom of Information Laws

Today too many conferences are becoming just too big. Thousand of attendees. Thousands of papers. Huge hotel with hundreds of conference rooms. Often times, too many people try to connect to the same Wi-Fi at the same time. The huge traffic brings the Wi-Fi completely down. Every participant is busy because he or she, Continue reading