NAATI-accredited translators and interpreters in Australia are governed by their code of ethics. So if you're about to take on a NAATI test, here are some ethical dilemmas for you to consider. You are asked to translate the narration of a brief video, described to you as “advertising material”. On viewing the video, you see … Continue reading Ethical Dilemmas for Translators in Australia
The way people consume news has drastically changed since the first newspaper was printed in 1605. In 2015, more millennials reportedly visited Buzzfeed than the New York Times to keep track of the happenings. Every significant event is now reported not by hour, but by minute. And, as observed by Kevin Sutcliffe from Vice News: … Continue reading Has technology killed the press?
AUTOMATION, globalisation, and flexibility are just a few keywords being discussed in this year’s Future Focus Forum, co-hosted by Meld Community and the City of Melbourne. Trinh Le brings you all the details of what you’ve missed on how to best prepare for the future job market.
The concept of objectivity, up to now, appears to be something close to an ideology, worshipped by a handful of conventional theorists and practitioners.
In the age of technology, social media, especially Facebook, have become game-changing digital platforms for journalists to capture information flow, distribute news and engage with their audience...
To be successful in any profession, a man should be able to express himself precisely and concisely through the act of writing.
Over 300 international students in Australia were the targets of a recent flight ticket scam via social media. Trinh Le has the details and provides some tips on avoiding online scams.