Chang Hsi-yun

Chang Hsi-yun

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1. "Interview with Ren Wan, Jupyeah – Hong Kong Online Swapping Platform" added by Shing Hin Chung

Rates: 90/100. Ren Wan runs her swapping platform in online and physical mode. She also holds campaigns, talks, and workshops in to extend user groups. I am pretty curious about how she juggles with various activities and still maintains vigorous in her work.

2. "Reducing Food Waste Benefits the Environment and Economy" added by Junwoo Kang

Rates: 85/100. Although food waste is not directly associated with my topic, the article conveys the same idea, that is, the garbage we left is not only a waste treatment issue, but also a money, labor, and cost waste problem.

3. "Responding to Students with PTSD in Schools" added by Meiwen Su

Rates: 93/100. PTSD is a complicated mental illness, especially the trauma happened on a child. However, the LPC model in the article sounds like an ideal way to exterminate every possible syndrome.

4. "Social diversity is initially threatening but people do adapt over time – new research" added by Yau Shing Jonathan CHEUNG

Rates: 85/100. Changes in ethnic and religious composition is eternal, so no matter how people refuse to accept others’ culture, they will eventually tolerate others, which is similar to my opinion.

5. "COVID-19 has worsened gender inequality. These charts show what we can do about it" added by Kay Chung

Rates:95/100. This article is intriguing to me since I never thought the COVID-19 outbreak can also break the balance between males and females. Perhaps in the time of quarantine, people can have more time staying at home and start thinking how to treat people more appropriately.

6. "Recycle smart company" added by Kim Gayoung

Rates:90/100. The website involves several case studies, and the property management is definitely useful information to me. And the connection between saving money and overfill issues is also a good prospective.

7. "Why you’re recycling wrong" added by Seiyoung Joung

Rates:95/100. Sometimes people do recycle wrong due to lack of awareness, but more people don’t know how to recycle exactly. Seems like education in recycling is far from perfect, and perhaps the education can be a goal in our team project.

8. "This App Will Tell You What To Recycle" added by Kim Gayoung

Rates:93/100. The machine shown in the video have a resemblance with what we want to do. As a result, we must change our focus or establish some decisive differences between the two projects.

9. "Beyond recycling: Putting the brakes on fast fashion" added by Jirawang Wu

Rates:88/100. When people are chasing after fast fashion, they sacrifice usable utensils to purchase more trendy commodities. Yet what people really require are durable and sustainable commodities. Perhaps this can be connected to our education campaign project.

10. "What really happens to the plastic you throw away" added by Ayeni Semiat

Rates:88/100. The TED talk uses animation to explain what a plastic bottle will happen after discarded. But if we recycle it, they can have more possibility to become other products instead of doing harm to the environment.