I can’t believe that I am writing my last blog post for journalism 215 class. To be honest, I was really nervous when I registered for the class not only because multimedia reporting sounded complicated but also journalism classes have always been intense. However, this class is by far my favorite course at U of I and it makes me sad that it has come to an end. I love my classmates, Professor Collins and my equipment. I am not ready to say goodbye but I am happy that I’ve done and learned so much in this class. Continue reading
Craving for some Japanese dessert? Click here to find out how to make matcha crepe cake with chef Emma!
For assignment 6, the How-To video, I decided to do mine on making matcha crepe cake since me and my friend, Chi Tran, have done it before. The steps are really easy to follow so the video is a great opportunity to show people how to make a Japanese style dessert at home. What are you waiting for? Shall we get started?
Being a college kid, my weekdays seem to be repeating the same things over and over again. But I thought it might be cool if I used assignment 3 as an opportunity to record what I usually do on the U of I campus.
Another week went by and it is time to present my assignment 2 covering topics about excitement and hope. Instead of randomly choosing places on campus to take photos, I picked the Chinese New Year party, an event hosted by Taiwanese Student Association, to be the theme for this particular assignment. Personally, I believe the event is just perfect to shoot photos that include happiness and excitement.
Hello, this is Emma from Taiwan. Ready to find out how I felt about the first assignment of JOUR 215? Let’s start then!
Assignment one gives me the opportunity to make good use of tripod and to really concentrate on the subjucts by being attached to the equipment like I
was a part of it. For instance, I was almost lying on the ground in order to capture the stiff texture of the tiny rocks and wood pieces on the soil.