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Humors Aids Crisis Solving

出自香港新聞網 - 樹仁新傳系學生實習習作

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Choya Choi

FEB 28-No matter how bad the situation is, every cloud has a silver lining. To Lai, a humorous way of thinking matters when it comes to crisis solving.


Lai Man Cheuk, a senior media specialist who was once a script writer for funny stories at TVB, believes humor is an ingredient of creative thinking that can alter a person’s mind and lead to a new dimension of thinking. ((strong opening))


“Humor is more than making people laugh at your joke,” says Lai. “It is the most difficult way of thinking that can make the audiences to follow your thought.”


Lai refers to crisis as “a loss in any way”, such as credibility and money. To him, finding a cheapest way to improve the situation and diminishing the degree of loss is the best philosophy in crisis management.


“One can never get back 100% what he/she has lost. When we come across any crisis, it’s not about how much we can get back through crisis management, but how little we need to pay and how little we lose in the game,” says Lai, quoting the Game Theory.


Solving a crisis is no different to changing a person’s mind. But humor, the art of misleading, is an alternative, difficult but funny way to vary somebody’s thought in Lai’s point of view. ((nice, solid job. Your language and structure is fine and your angle is well presented...good work))

--095008 2012年2月28日 (二) 23:58 (UTC)
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