Tag: media literacy

Fact, opinion, or B.S.?

Some medial literacy awareness campaigns focus on the accuracy and factualness of information, such as the one you see below from UNESCO. They tell internet users not to share inaccurate messages…but the problem is, things are not really that clear-cut in real life. Often…

Fake images are not the only concern

In English, we have this phrase “Seeing is believing.” In Chinese, we say “眼見為實(眼见为实) — To see is to believe.” On the internet, this new expression, “有圖(图)有真相 — No photo, no proof,” is also very popular in our part of the world. In fact,…