【看CP學英文】臺中市立豐原高中11位高中生於12月18日參訪The China Post(CP)暨今日新聞台北辦公室，學習如何成為一位專業記者。
Eleven students from Fengyuan High School visited The China Post and NOWnews media on Friday to learn what it takes to become a professional journalist.
Sherry Chen, along with a group of enthusiastic writers paid a visit to NOWnews/The China Post’s Taipei Neihu office on Dec. 18 to learn about journalism, the news writing process, and to share their expectations for the post-Covid-19 era next year.
The China Post總編輯龔向華與學生們分享新聞媒體產業，以個人20年資深經歷，用深入淺出，又饒富趣味的方式，讓學生了解記者一天的工作流程。
The editor-in-chief of The China Post, Dimitri Bruyas, who has over 20 years of experience in the media, gave the students an insightful speech and explained the workflow of news rooms in contemporary Taiwan.
In the final Q&A session, the students shared their thoughts in English, including the importance of learning English, where they see themselves in five years, their biggest challenges in the future, and their hopes and plans for the post-pandemic era.
One of the students, Michael, remarked that English is an important tool for communication, stressing that one can understand what is happening in the world through language learning.
When asked about his plan for the future, Cory said he wants to become a teacher to educate people while some said they are still figuring out their future direction.
When it comes to the impact of the pandemic on their lives, two students, Linda and Irene, said they did not like wearing masks because it would affect their makeup.
One added that “I’m tired of having to wear masks at all times.”
Despite the inconvenience of wearing a mask, Linda remains positive about Taiwan’s coronavirus prevention, saying “I feel very safe in Taiwan.”
In addition, many students shared their plans for the post-pandemic era next year. Two students are looking forward to traveling to South Korea after the travel restrictions are lifted, while another student, Eva, is hoping to go to Tokyo, Japan.
Through this visit, the students of the English news writing workshop had an overview of journalism.
The China Post also looks forward to more cooperation with the schools in the future, so that students can have a better understanding of the media industry.
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