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Remain self-thinking while new technology enriches online information

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Reported by Wong Wing Lam, 2nd October, 2018

A writer, Hu Ching Fang said that new technology provides an information exchange platform for people. It helps people learning new things but affects people’s mindset as the same time.

Director of Kwang Hwa Information and Culture Center, Hu Ching Fang who gave a talk at Hong Kong Shue Yan University weekly forum. She shared her view on technology development.

‘Internet is an era,’ Hu said. Internet boosts people living standards. People can gain lots of knowledge online, and build up a new communication style.

Hu said, since everyone can provide information online, people will believe the information easily without thinking.

Although people can decide what kind of online information to be absorbed freely, the information will affect their mindset unconsciously, Hu said.

She said, people should think about ‘How to be alone?’. Nowadays the world full of different kinds of information, people should have the independent thinking ability, in order to define what is right or wrong.

Also, new technology replaces the human resource, people tend to depend on internet rather than humans, such as online ibanking, people no longer go to the bank but simply using computer to manage their bank accounts.

Another problem is privacy exposure as people always provide their own information online, so Big data is a vital concern that it includes lots of personal information.

The biggest issue to be concerned is that new technology affect human direct interaction. People communicate with other online frequently but neglect to maintain the relationships in reality.

‘The existing technology won't disappear, people should adjust the direction of technology development,’ Hu said.

Hu believes Hong Kong is not a ‘culture desert’. Hong Kong has lots of cultural activities such as exhibitions, talks or film sharing for public to join. She said that many cultural workers work hard for Hong Kong culture industry. As a writer, she encourages Hong Kong people to support local culture development.--165009 2018年10月2日 (二) 17:11 (CST)

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