"After my BA in China I joined Goldsmiths to do an MA exploring global media and transnational communications. In this intense but delicately selected one-year program, we wandered in and out of the media industry, re-thinking it from political, cultural, ethnical and even sexual perspectives. How do different countries, people and organisations (and even terrorists) use media for various purposes? How do culture and scientific findings affect communications in all levels? How do philosophy and concepts of time, space etc glitter on our minds about information transmissions? Since graduating, I have been working for a Chinese newspaper that publishes in the UK, France and Netherlands. Reporting news from both the UK and China to the overseas Chinese community, it is indeed ‘transnational’."