請各位先登陸 (studentID,Moodle 密碼登陸),後編輯
請各位使用左方之工具列上的上載文件連結上載習作相關的相片

105168 “Kuso” should be supported

出自香港新聞網 - 樹仁新傳系學生實習習作

跳轉到: 導航, 搜尋

(If you have mentioned Danny Wong's title in your lead, to mention it again in the next paragraph is redundant. Yes, Wong did emphasize that it would be hard to differentiate what is a kuso without malice intention or with one but Wong did not endorse the kuso or the meme culture unconditionally and you should make a note of it in your report. He stressed that copycats have to observe professional ethics knowing what is acceptable and what is not. If a publication involves in kuso, it naturally has to take its image and its standing among its readers into consideration, said Wong.)


“Kuso” should be supported

16th March, 2013

by Raymond Hui (Hui Kun Lam)

Art Director of Singtao Group said that “Kuso” should be supported as a part of freedom of speech, at a student seminar in University.

Danny Wong, Art Director of Singtao Group said that, the nature of “Kuso” itself is good, and it’s common to have teasing contents in other countries and it is an important part of freedom of speech.

“Kuso”, as a Japanese word, used in Asia meaning the internet culture of camp and parody, which involve collaborative modifications of existing materials.

Wong said that as long as there isn’t big hurt on the concerned celebrity is fine. He added that it’s not easy to define the impact, but modifying photos materials in general is acceptable. Wong said the important thing is the balance between humor and news truth.

To some political “Kuso” on the chief executive CY Leung, Wong said that it’s related to the social atmosphere, which many are not satisfied CY and “Kuso” is the way to express their thought. Wong said that it’s like the “Big Posters” at the past, but changed to image form from time being.



個人工具