While I was asking my dad about his childhood experience with TV, his memories started refreshing. He said that the culture of watching television has changed so much from his time comparing with my time. He told me that he lived in a village with his mother, 2 sisters and 2 aunties. “My family was… Continue reading Dad’s Memories of TV
Most of us imagine space as a physical element, a visible location, for example, my house, the university, or more specifically the BCM240 lecture room where I am sitting at now. But we rarely think about the extensive space, that we may encounter in our social world with our possible relationships, interactions and emotions. In other… Continue reading Where Are You Right Now?