How we plotted 17,000 data points in 3D to explore police use of force in New Jersey

Data Visualization  In this story, I disclosed the process of how we brainstormed and created the 3D data visualization.

How the Wall Street Journal visualized the 500+ conflicts of interest of The Trumps

Data Visualization    The WSJ used a galaxy of dots and lines to show the complicated relationships between Trump, his children and a complex network of business holdings.

How one French data visualization studio is bridging narrative and statistics

Data Visualization    How Wedodata, a Paris-based data analysis and visualization company had created dozens of intriguing web applications for media outlets, and scientific groups.

How to get more bang for your buck out of science photographs

Science Photography   Science photography are more than aesthetically pleasing. They can clarify scientific concepts in people’s minds and help people see what researchers want them to see

How a BBC Photojournalist is uing cartooning in international reporting

Comic Journalism   Ellison’s “graphic novel V2.0” is a form of graphic journalism which combines illustrations, photographs, video and audio, among other forms of media.

How The New York Times made #Thisis2016 Video of Asian Americans responding to racism

Social Media Campaign   I spoke with John Woo, a senior staff editor for video at The New York Times and one of the producers of the “#thisis2016: Asian-Americans Respond” video.

How machine learning could change journalism?

Machine Learning   Machine learning systems in the not-so-distant future could help dramatically shape the way journalists work in different senarios.

How a Chinese news app has users earning money reading and sharing news

News app    Bingdu is a Chinese news app that allows users both to read the news and make money off their experience.

One computer scientist’s strategies for improving network visualizations

Data Visualization    A computer scientist introduced tips to help users create more effective and understandable visualizations as well as strategies for making analysis workflows repeatable.

How The AP experimented with 360 video after the Chelsea Bombing in NYC

360 Video   So far, finding a way to incorporate 360 video into journalism has been a tough nut to crack, but breaking news might be an interesting test case.

A new video storytelling platform tries to make filmmaking easier

Filmstacker   The University of Arizona recently licensed a new social media and video platform called Filmstacker. It helps users upload their own video, search for other video clips, and assemble them into their own narrative to share with others.

Exploring WeChat in China and the Perils of Big “CTR” Money

Wechat   The WeChat platform is in danger of becoming a platform where bad money drives out good.

An One-man-band Show in the Boston Park

Photo Essay   Playing the music he loves while traveling around the world, is the kind of lifestyle he chooses, he enjoys, and he has ever dreamt of.

A homeless man who read Russell

Feature Stories   Click the picture, you can see the story of a Chinese version. To read more of this story, you can reach to a translated version here.

The seniors who support disabled adults

Feature Stories   Click the picture, you can see the story of a Chinese version. To read more of this story, you can reach to a translated version here.

Using animation to protect sources while telling true stories of gay life in China

Comic Journalism   How to tell stories about LGBT communities in China with digital storytelling skills?

The Chinese Media Magician

Feature Stories   People call Zhichen Zhou “The Magician of Traditional Media” or “The Steve Jobs of Chinese Media” or “The Newspaper Mad Man” for a reason.

The Survivor of the Shenzhen Landslide

Editing Piece   As an editor, I edited the stories of the tragic Shenzhen Landslide. Click the picture, you can see the story of a Chinese version.