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Volunteer Trainee-Walking with Scars

When a burn patient who has been nearly disfigured walks up to you, are you going to look him in the eyes? Do you know that you’re delivering some messages with your evasive eyes?
Ke Rong-rong is a young girl from National Hsinchu Commercial Vocational High School. She is going to experience personally the daily life of burn patients, and with the help of grooming makeup, assistive devices, scar massagesr ehabilitation and career returning to understand how it feels to be reborn from the flames. When she comes back to the school and invites some friends to raise receipt lotteries with her on the streets for burn patients, are most of the passers-by going to donate happily or be indifferent? If you meet one of the volunteers on the streets, how are you going to respond these volunteers with passion?

  • Gao Jia-hong
  • Gao Jia-hong
  • Project Type:
    Short, Television
  • Runtime:
    25 minutes
  • Completion Date:
    September 29, 2019
  • Production Budget:
    10,000 USD
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  • Language:
    Chinese, English
  • Shooting Format:
    Digital HD
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Director Biography - Gao Jia-hong

Master of Communication Arts Program, New York Institute of Technology.
Program Producer, Executive Producer, Assistant Manager, and Asia-Pacific Area Chief Director of TVBS and SET TV.
Program Vice President of Hwazn Satellite TV, WTV.
Currently is the CEO of Produced by Win Line Media Co., Ltd.
Gao produces every program with the principal of “Step by step, doing everything wholeheartedly” and wishes his programs could bring positive meanings to the society.

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Director Statement

You don’t need rewards when you do something that you like. You enjoy the fun and sense of achievement during the process. In fact, what matters is how much you get to contribute to the society. We’re grateful to all the selfless volunteers that we’ve met while filming the program. And what they’ve done reminds us of the role that we filmmakers are playing to pass forward the positive messages to the society in a whole.