1. Do you write letters or emails?
Yes, I almost write emails for my clients as part of my job on a daily basis. There are
many things I have to write, for example, I usually write end user training for my clients
to teach them how to use the system, or I write the development guide for my technical
staffs to tell them how to code.
2. Do you prefer to write letters by hand or use a computer?
If I were to choose between the two, I’ll probably go with writing things with a
computer. I believe that in the age of fast living and a culture of convenience, writing
things with computers can bring people convenience and efficiency. Whereas, hand
writing is really time consuming and hard to share.
3. What do you usually write about?
Normally it seems like a daily routine for me to write emails to my teachers about
how to learn and read.
4. Who do you usually write to?
It depends on what I am writing. All my writing is written toward a particular audience, but that audience changes. Most letters might be written to my friends online.While when I want to write a letter to myself, poetry would always my first choice.
5.How do you feel when you receive a letter?
I would be feeling both honored and excited to receive a letter or email from other
because the sender has spent time writing it. Especially when someone writes to me to
appreciate me or compliment me about my responsible work.
6. Do you think people will still write letters in the future?
I believe that as a major method of communication between people, letter writing
has a vast and interesting history; besides, handwritten letters are personal. They show
the receiver that someone has spent time and effort in communicating with them. They
are a way of connecting two people that cannot be achieved through the impersonal use
of texts or instant messages. Therefore, I feel that the handwriting letters are
irreplaceable in the future.