Category: Chinese & Global
祛“邪”精神病人 Some of my thoughts about mentally ill patients
This article records what I saw in the Mental Disorders Intensive Care Unit and some of my thoughts and reflections.
他们终于回上海啦！Welcome our international students!
Welcome our international students! This semester, we can obviously feel that the cafe has become more lively due to the return of most international students. However, the process of many of them coming back to Shanghai was not smooth, or even very turbulent. We interviewed Kevin Zhao and Stephanie Anderson and let’s have a look at their journeys!
Russian Women in Danger
Domestic violence is one of the most severe issues in Russia; however, it is often overlooked by the government. Authorities in Russia are so focused on securing their power that they fail to take the well-being of their citizens into account.
Latin America is Waking Up, and You Should Too
Latin America has been loud. The people have been protesting, cities burning, and governments taken down. Nonetheless, mainstream media still continues to be silent. We are not just cheap and exotic places to vacation, we are places with struggles that matter and need attention too, but that won’t happen until there is a burst in people’s first world bubble. //
Latinoamérica se encuentra más revolucionaria que nunca. El pueblo protesta, las ciudades se queman, y los gobiernos se derrocan. Sin embargo, las noticias internacionales siguen ausentes. No solo somos lugares baratos y exóticos para vacacionar, somos lugares que importan y nuestros asuntos también necesitan atención.
Wearing a Mask Is a Gym Dilemma 戴口罩“撸铁”——健身房里的两难
Since the reopening of the school’s fitness center and studio last month, many students have already returned to exercise. However, all of the students who go to the school fitness center and studio are required to wear masks all the time and follow a series of rules in response to COVID-19, which has aroused some discussions on campus.
While being one of the highly anticipated films after the reopening of theatres for COVID-19, Jiang ZiYa had killed the box office. However, many audiences expressed disappointment about its structure and confusion about its theme after watching this film. Actually, it includes thoughtful philosophical questions and an abstract discussion of The Trolley Problem. We try to subjectively analyze its inner conflict of having a huge theme, plain characters, and plot setting and how these conflicts become an unavoidable problematic narrative form. In the end, we still regard it as a pioneer of Chinese adult film animation.