2/20/2006

WuiT #012: Symone Corby


Filed Under: Business Trip, Adventure
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Symone's background is quite diverse, her father is 1/2 Polish and 1/2 Italian; while her mother is Portuguese, but she was born and raised in Hong Kong. She has only been on a few short business trips to , but surprisingly has some great places to share. We consider Symone to be an incredibly courageous person; wait until you hear what she tried in the Snake Alley of Taipei.

這個星期的訪問,原本上週就要播出,但臨時搶做了一集情人節的應景節目,所以順延下來。我自己聽了一個禮拜,對於節目中提到華西街的蛇店,總覺得有點不太妥當。我一直認為自己絕非衛道人士,但這樣的觀光訴求,是我們要的嗎?但是換一個角度思考,如果受訪者都提到了,也是真實的經歷,我要把她的話消音嗎?

最後在網路上搜尋關於華西街觀光夜市的文件,一篇關於殺蛇師父的報導,我覺得很能代表這種矛盾,於是就在節目發佈的前一天夜裡,找到Henry重錄了節尾,也許各位聽眾也可以思考一下。

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

i think the word "mongrel" is kinda offensive to describe/call a person

Michael Turton said...

1/2 Polish and half Italian! I thought I was the only one.

Michael

Julian Yu said...

Thank you for your comment, We have ask Miss Corby about this before we post it, and "European mongrel" is the exact words she used to described herself, and also what she wanted us to use.