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Media Production- Chinese Food in New York

Media Production- Chinese Food in New York

We would like to give our special thanks to all interviewees, including manager of Szechuan Gourmet David Chen, chef of Legend Bar & Restuarant, Wang Gensheng, diners randomly picked in Chinese restaurants and students in Teachers College.

Social Media in Education, speaking to school administrators at ACTA Nai Wang

Social Media in Education, speaking to school administrators at ACTA Nai Wang

This presentation speaks to how 21st century students are multidimensional learners. School systems need to adopt social media tools to reach students in an environment they live in. Mobile devices such as iPhones, iPod Touches and iPads will be the education tool of the future. We address integrating Facebook for increasing community involvement and lifting the cell phone ban high school to increase participation and decrease cheating. Speaker Nai Wang from KP Education Systems tells of his vision of K-12 education in the near future with KP Compass. Poll everywhere was demonstrated as a free resource for teachers.
Video Rating: 3 / 5

China Snow Storm Media Coverup Angers Masses

China Snow Storm Media Coverup Angers Masses

Recently, China has been hit by a series of heavy snowstorms. Some Chinese people, however, are calling official Communist Party media reports “fabrication”. One Internet user repeated the word “enough” twelve times regarding the officials’ blatant cover-up. Now let’s take a look. For more news and videos visit ☛ ntdtv.org Follow us on Twitter ☛ http Add us on Facebook ☛ on.fb.me According to official media, the snow disaster has caused only 60 deaths and two disappearances. Yet human rights activist Caoan Jushi quoted one Party official as saying, “According to what has been reported to me, more than 200 people have already died on a single highway as a result of traffic accidents and the cold weather. Preliminary data shows more than 100 deaths in each of several counties in Hunan Province and Guizhou Province that still have communication with the outside. This only accounts for counties and their surrounding regions that investigators can reach by foot. We don’t know the number of deaths in many areas where the electricity has been cut off by the snow.” In the meantime, some Chinese people shared their thoughts. [Li Yuanlong, Guizhou]: “The Bijie Times is not saying anything about the sharp drop in temperature, the common people’s suffering, or the runaway food prices. It’s like nothing has ever happened.” Ms. Li says water and electricity remain cut off in her city, Chenzhou, yet the media claims both have been restored. [QUOTE, FEMALE, Ms. Li, Chenzhou City]: “It