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Fake News, Not Only in the Past but Also in the Future

In recent years, many countries are beset by the problem of fake news, whether in terms of national security, public health, political choice, or people’s livelihood and consumption. “The incident of the Kansai International Airport” further brings the issue of fake news into the spotlight in Taiwan. On top of that, the growing threat from China, the Covid-19 pandemic, and the social antagonism all remind us that fake news has posed a constant menace to us.

However, fake news is hardly new. Where there are people, there is fake news. To protect themselves or invade others, creatures have evolved camouflage of every stripe that bewilders their enemies. We can’t help wondering how fake news is formed in the age of mass and social media. Does digital technology help fake news go viral? How do fake news and people affect each other?


Time: 11/05 (SAT) 14:00-15:30
Venue: CREATORS’ Space R102 Coworking Space 

Free Admission via Online Registration


KUANG Chung-Hsiang
Professor of Communication, National Chung Cheng University
Founder of the CivilMedia@TW

As a multi-hyphenate university professor, KUANG Chung-Hsiang emphasizes the importance of connecting research and classrooms to the real world; however, not simply cater to the market demand. He also believes that being a scholar is not just a vocation, but understanding societal context, conducting fieldwork, developing knowledge and skills, and being concerned about the grassroots.


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