Grace Zhao

Nanjing, China

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Grace Zhao
Posted 2 months ago
David Puttnam: Does the media have a "duty of care"?
Politics is about choices, and within those choices, politics is about priorities. It's about reconciling conflicting preferences wherever and whenever possibly based on fact. But if the facts themselves are distorted, the resolutions are likely only to create further conflict, with all the stresses and strains on society that inevitably follow. The media have to decide: Do they see their role as being to inflame or to inform? Because in the end, it comes down to a combination of trust and leadership. how true is this!!!! I can never forget that when I was in my studies for my master degree of animation and interactive media, my professor once told me that, an artist is not trained, there are something born in the blood as an innate character which qualified them. that is an artist can never stay in silence, him or her have to speak out the truth which people do not know and are not willing to listen in any kind of art forms. in my opinion, the government, the press, the media and so on are the same under this principle. because they are those people who have a voice in public. I think the only difference between those and artists is artists's role is to inflame(if we give credits to lots of well-known artworks that have been create in an aggressive tone in all the dark ages in history before a evolution, such as 'the scream') while the job of the others is inform. don't know if i m right or not ^^
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Grace Zhao
Posted 3 months ago
Shereen El-Feki: HIV -- how to fight an epidemic of bad laws
this is not a topic that focuses on immigration, it has much more beyond...however, this little part of the talk became the hottest debate in comments. funny as it may seem, but not bewildering, people as a group sometimes alienate others in order to protect themselves. to be honest that is mean but, NOT wrong...I m a international student myself and is getting my hand on preparing for migration. however if I put myself in similar circumstance that if someone with HIV+ wants to come to my country,especially for migration, i would not applause if my government allow it to happen. one point I want to make here is, lots of people here is beating around a bush now, or should I say, analyzing things in a hard way?....it is true that one can find numerous of evidence that how a HIV+ person live safely and is well protected from giving the disease to others, but that is not the point. the point is you CAN NOT ensure that none of them would harm the others. although the law forces them to tell their sexual partners before sex, otherwise they would be punished. however, sadly the moment some of them being punished, it do means there is at least one of other innocent(may be) person's life is ruined.
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Grace Zhao
Posted almost 2 years ago
Can you reach the highest point of happiness while being in love?
Well, I have got the similar idea that the happiest time within my life are those periods that I am been totally single. The definition of "totally single" is that u do not have someone that u r interested in in yr heart. Within those time, u r so free, u do nothing but enjoy yrself, however, those periods would nerve last for long, soon enough u will meet someone and get interested in. why? because we r human, being totally single means yr heart is available. Admit it, when a person's heart is available, it means it is always ready for a new relationship, and it would be always seeking no matter u want or not. So that the notion that no love no worries is wrong, no love means that u will run into a new situation that totally unpredictable.....no love means u may have a big trouble in the later future..... - - forgive my English if I have made some grammar mistakes, this is not my first language.....
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Grace Zhao
Posted about 2 years ago
Oliver Sacks: What hallucination reveals about our minds
talk about hallucination, i have something to share, if anyone interested~few years ago, when i was around 22 years old, i went to Thailand for a travel, i began to have a dream everyday at the last few days in there, there was somehow a ghost came to me and wanted to rape me。。。 when him came, i could feel a strong physical impact on my heart, kind of like a heart attack, then i would woke up。 he came everyday and kind of followed me back to China。for a long time。。he didnt success,:)) by the way。。i woke up everyday。。。i m not that kind of crazy people, i actually quite rational and clever。。。i neither believe in such thing as ghost nor totally deny it from existing。 i think if there is things as ghosts, they are no supernatural, they just part of natural that we havent scientificly discovered(if they do exist)。。。i was not scared of someone wants to rape me。。and i was not get panic thinking am i crazy。。i was just pissed of that i could not get a good sleep till then。everyday。。i wanted it to be over in a very rational mood,cos it was really annoying。i moved to my boyfriend’s home for a month, then back, he was gone。。