This website is for students who are in Fraser's Social Media Literacy (Integrated English V) course at Komazawa University, Tuesdays and Fridays, 5th period.
News of actor Jackie Chan's death spread quickly in 2015 causing concern among fans across the world. However it has been confirmed as a hoax.
Actually I have never fooled by the post. I don’t trust the information from social media.
This is ‘’KYOKOU SHINBUN’’ means Fiction Newspaper. It is misreading and hoax.
This articles is highly complete, at first we believe it. However, we can understand “This is hoax” when we read it deeply. But it is very funny.
No, I have never fooled by the post.
I know a hoax that is about Tsuchinoko, which is a kind of legendary snake. I tried to search a link of the hoax, but I could not search it. Probably when I was a junior high school student, I heard the news that told about a discovery of Tsutinoko on social media. Of course, I did not believe the information.
I have never fooled by the post.
Recently , l have heared some hoaxes about twitter. For example, some people play pranks when they worked part time job. Besides, they contributed to a Twitter and it caused bad situations. The part time job workers played s hoax in their working places so many people complained about these situations and hoaxes.
I can't remember any of the hoax in Japan but I have one video that I am still doubt its hoax or not.
It's a video about a sea creature which looks like a shell but really big and disgusting. this video makes me hate the sea little bit. It encourages me to stay at home.
Well, I am not very sure that if it is a hoax or not.
After the Great East Japan earthquake in 2011, some people shared that the sea had already been polluted because of the nuclear contamination on Chinese internet. Salt which was made from the seawater would not be safe anymore. After hearing that, a lot of Chinese people ran to the stores and bought salt as much as they could. In a lot of stores, salt was out of stock.
I know the rumors that can be charged iPhone in a microwave oven. But it is false rumor. In fact, your iPhone will break. I have never trusted this information. Let's try it after watching video!!!
I can't remember when I saw that hoax, but it was about a professer in a Korean university said that Confucius is from Korea. And then, some similar news like troditional Chinese medicine or soymilk had appeared. At that time many Chinese people don't like Korean people and thought they are fools. But in a TV program a few mouths ago, someone asked a Korean people about that. That Korean people said," I don't know where you saw this but 99% of Korean people know the Confucius is from China".
Yesterday, a girl posted the photo of Disneyland on twitter. She said "A fire happened in Disneyland!!" Actually it was like a fire however, it was just fireworks.
Recently, this video was contributed on the Twitter. I like mysterious things and mysterious movies. So I believed this video. But I knew this video was hoax. So I'm depressed mood. I felt not good to believe immediately. But I felt that it is the video that has been made well.
I thoght I've never been fooled but I found a video and it had some pictures I've seen and trusted they were not fake. I'm usually not a believer in anything but sometimes think like it could be happened. Now I found me fooled by some fake pictures!
This video is mention about the thousands of people spotted a strange ghost city hovering over Jiangxi and Foshan, China in October 2015. A video was captured and photos were taken from various angles.
I haven't been fooled by these hoax. I don't think it can make any sense, so I don't believe it.
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In 2016, April 14th Kumamoto had huge earthquake. Many people worried and became seriously about this second disaster such as fire, thunami. A fool person who using Twitter tweeted a hoax with picture, " In Kumamoto a lion broke out from zoo by huge earthquake". But the picture wasn't taken by him. This photo was taken in Johannesburg. Many people swallowed this hoax.