Due to the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, online education has been greatly developed. Teachers have made a lot of interesting attempts on online education and have achieved remarkable teaching results. As a form of education that can transcend time and space constraints, online education can not only help some areas in China that lack high-quality educational resources to get out of trouble, but also reduce the stubborn problem of excellent teachers’ volunteer teaching in rural areas.
Annan Yang comes to DSI from Changsha, in Hunan Province, China. An artist since childhood, Annan first studied product design and service design at Guangzhou Academy of Fine Arts. At DSI, he wants to find connections between different industries and combine them in innovative ways, and to then use this work to benefit marginalized people.
Zhiqiang Li comes to DSI from China, where his background is in landscape design and architecture. Zhiqiang believes that design has gradually become one of the important means to promote social development, and hopes to absorb more knowledge in multiple fields and equip himself with design as a weapon to make contributions to society, so as to respond to new problems and challenges in the future. In his spare time, Zhiqiang has studied a diverse array of things, including trombone, chess, quantum physics, architecture, programming, badminton, diving, and feng shui.
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