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Taiwan: “Slideophilia”

Professor Chih-Hao Tsai talks about the weird but common phenomena he observed in Taiwan:”Slideophilia“. He concludes that not only the design of a speech rooms, the video-cam that is always focusing on the slides, the audience that are reading printed slides at their hands, but also “many speakers themselves are slideophilia who rather sacrifice themselves to the mighty god of slides and hide at the dark corner”.(zh)

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