Thursday, October 24, 2013

Today's presentations,

  1. Yujiao Tan,
  2.  Mao Leng, 
  3. Woojon Yang
Post comment and questions below. By 5 pm today.

14 comments:

  1. Woojoon did the best. He was so funny and entertaining, I wasn't bored for a minute! And, I learned a lot. I didn't know South Korea had the world's fastest internet.

    For China, I didn't know their media is state-run. I also didn't know they chopped up the bodies to toss to the fishies for dinner. My question is how long has it been between the Wenchaum Earthquake and another, or, how often does China have earthquakes?

    For Hong Kong, I learned about the one country, two laws. I also learned that there's more freedom in Hong Kong than there is in the mainland of China, and that Hong Kong is allowed to challenge their government. My question is how has the media grown since 2002, as in, has there been more or less since that time?

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  2. Great presentations today on China, Hong Kong and South Korea.
    My question for South Korea would be when did TV stations in South Korea switch to only HD? My question from China would be What type of natural disaster happened in China that media did not report all the death and destruction during the aftermath? My question for Hong Kong is In what year did Hong Kong become China's first special administrative region?

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    1. In July 1st 1997 Hong Kong become China first special administrative region

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  3. South Korea: I learned that they have the fastest internet speed in the world. Can people in South Korea watch anything besides HD tv?

    China: I learned that one of the dynasties chops peoples body parts up when they die and puts them in the local river. Also that China and Hong Kong have different policies and laws. Is the media in China controlled by the government?
    Hong Kong:I learned that there is more freedom in the media in Hong Kong than in China. Can people freely travel into China from Hong Kong?

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    1. Yes, in China the media is controlled by government, but not every media. Some website still tell people the truth and didn't heard what the government said, they still publish some news which is the government didn't allowed to published.

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  4. South Korean: I‘ve heard there are lot of anti-public on the Internet in South Korean. dose it true? MBC is the Non-profit organization, dose the mode of operation same as BBC?
    China: Chinese media hide some facts for Chinese people and the people from other countries. All the media in China are controlled by the government. How the government control the opinion and the source?

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    1. In Korea, some anonymous groups are anti-public on the Internet. A small number of groups do this.

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  5. South Korea has the world's fastest internet connection. Test qestion coukd be what technology makes their internet the fastest? China doesn't allow people to use social media. Test question could be what type of outlets do they use for conversation to people overseas? Hong Kong has the most beautiful mountains and oceans. Test question could be what is main religon in country?

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    1. In China, There is a software named QQ, and we could use it chat with each other, or we can use the FaceTime
      sometimes.

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  6. China: I learned socialism countries' media have special relation between government. Since China is socialism, it might be media cesorship is strict.
    Q: What kind of Social Network Services can use in China?

    Hongkong: I learned Hongkong law is based on the English law. Even though I have a friend from Hongkong, I never heard about that. Whereas Hongkong is small country, there are more that 50 daily newspapers. It was amazing.

    Q: If you visit Hongkong, is it possible to use Facebook and upload the photo?

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    1. In China, there is a popular social website just like Facebook, we called it Renren.

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    2. Everyone can use facebook and upload photo in HongKong

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  7. Hong Kong: I have learned about that they can use face book and twitter, and their history is in 214 BC, the first emperor of China, conquered the Baiyue tribes. They speak Chinese and English, so they have different language newspapers.
    Korea: I have learned that their population is 48.87 million and their religion is buddhists, protestants and catholic. The first radio broadcasting is Kyungsung Broadcasting. I am interested in the super star in korea.

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  8. From the Hong Kong presentation I learned that Jackie Chan is from there. Which is awesome because I love him.

    In China, the people never eat the fish.

    I learned that South Korea has over 3X's faster internet speed than the U.S. I also learned that Samsung owns a TV Channel.

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