Thursday, September 29, 2011
By Leon Gao, City College of San Francisco ESL Student
I interviewed Qing Liang who is from China and has been San Francisco for almost 3 years.
Here is our Q & A.
Leon: Do you follow the news?
Qing: Not really. I just follow news sometimes.
Leon: What interets you?
Qing: I am interested in the news about entertainment and social security. For example, I followed the news about the Sichuan earthquake and the Japan earthquake. The news really gave me a big shock.
Leon: Where do you look?
Qing: I only use the Internet to look news with my computer at home. Chinadaily.com.cn is one website I use most often.
Leon: Who do you believe?
Qing: It depends on the situation in the news. Mostly, I support the one which I am interested in.
Leon: Are your perspectives being represented?
Qing: Sometimes I have the idea with prejudice. For example, the economy is not so good in the United States now, but I disagree strongly that the government cut the budget of education and increase tuition time after time. Maybe the news which I support or against is based on our benefits.
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