This is a news feature about depression patients and related NGO development in mainland China. … More Moving on with trauma, Self-help of depression patients in China
This is a feature about a small business in Hong Kong. Though being the only Su embroidery shop in Hong Kong, it’s still not easy for Gu’s Embroidery to stand its ground. Finding out the balance between successes of tradition craft art and a practical business model is the challenge for many traditional arts. … More The Only Su Embroidery Company in Hong Kong Reignites
This is a project report analyzing China’s Urban-Rural Divide. Using data released by China Internet Network Information Center every half a year, I managed to figure out its development in 8 years from 2005 to 2012 by making tables and charts. Combing with case study, I tried to elaborate the reasons lying beneath urban-rural divide. … More Changes of Urban-Rural Divide in China and Related Cause Analysis—based on China Internet Network Information Center（CNNIC） Reports
This is an article that was originally published on Tencent news. I covered issues involving child trafficking in China and how it affects families. … More How Can I Save You, My Child?
This is my profile work in the Reporting course. I really cared about how university students carried out welfare activities since I had just spent my whole summer vacation in a poor remote rural village northwest China as a volunteer teacher. I wanted to find answers to questions like how they organize, what they focus on, where they get the operation money, what kind of problems they’ve been confronted with and what’s their plan about the future. Owing to limited time and energy, I didn’t draw a big picture and just wrote this profile. … More Jia Zhouying: A New Star of Public Welfare in Luojia Hill