It’s a typical night when Dad and Mom are having dinner, and me, on the other side of the laptop screen, doing some of my trivial stuff. We are on Facetime together. Nhi! – it’s my Dad calling my name that catches my attention. Yes, Daddy? A few weeks ago you interviewed Mommy about her… Continue reading ‘Cinema once upon a time…’
My very first idea of Media, Audience and Place shaped around the concern of how people are using the same media space to communicate with each other while being at different places around the world. I am fascinated about how the boundaries between physical places have been blurred by an invisible media space. In that… Continue reading That Media Project Pitch (nearly) Perfect
“Things have changed, darling. Of course, there are no more late nights watching TV with the whole neighbourhood and enjoying the best dessert in the world! After tonight’s dinner you’ll see, you’ll be back in your room watching Netflix, your Dad will be with his iPad in the living room reading the online newspaper and… Continue reading Internet access has changed the entire household design!
Collaborative ethnography. Well, what a hard topic to write about. With international students like us, believe me, we don’t even have a clue what it means. Nevertheless, we study what we haven’t known and read to enhance our knowledge. I have read a number of scholars to try and find out what they try to… Continue reading Collaborative or Unique, or Both?
6 o’clock in the evening. The full moon is in the sky. The courtyard is filled with people. Mostly children. A man comes with a small bag of sugar in the hand. Another man follows right behind carrying a bag full of beans. A woman and her children walk into the courtyard. The children are… Continue reading Did Old TV Cost That Much?