Recently, there is a Taiwanese drama "Mirror Forest" that explores the ecology of news media. It uses Taiwan's major social issues to cut into the many choices and moral hurdles faced by news practitioners. Those who insist and have no choice are so familiar, in the same industry and in the stratosphere Caused quite a bit of discussion. The second season of "Mirror Forest" inherits the solid theme setting of the first season, and discusses the urban renewal controversy. Multiple wrestling.
As a journalist, how do you deal with the storm, and how do you take your stand? "Mirror Forest" Lin Bohong (from left), Yang Jinhua, Yao photo retouching service Chunyao, Tang Fei_Courtesy of FTV Photo Credit: Provided by FTV Whether it's the first season or the second season, "Mirror Forest" always surrounds this question: what is the purpose of being a reporter? What is the truth? Who defines justice as true justice? I can't help but recall the bits and pieces of the eight years in the system.
Why did you come to be a reporter? Journalists are cheap I still remember the financial tsunami in 2008. I graduated from the Economics Department of National Taiwan University. I took the literature review I wrote in the university class report as an attachment to my resume, and was admitted to Caijing Weekly. So when I was walking in the