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MULTIMEDIA FILMMAKER, ASPIRING MOTION GRAPHICS DESIGNER

Hello, I'm Diana—a versatile creator. I'm an independent filmmaker, producer, and an educational motion graphics designer. I'm passionate about making impactful stories in documentaries or through motion graphics. With a psychology and neuroscience background, I bring a unique perspective to my work. My skills include producing, directing, video editing, camera operations, and motion graphics. I thrive on storytelling, aiming to make a difference with my projects.

EDUCATIONAL ANIMATIONS

why do we keep voting for liars?

Have you ever wondered why voters support politicians despite evidence of dishonesty? This behavior is often due to cognitive dissonance, where individuals justify their choices to align their beliefs with their actions, reducing psychological discomfort even when faced with contradictory evidence.

where do stereotypes come from?

In this video, we explore the concept of stereotypes, their roots, impact, and psychological basis. Discover how the 'out-group homogeneity bias' influences our view of others, the real-world consequences of stereotyping, and the media's role in perpetuating these notions.

why do humans conform?

What is conformity? From the pivotal Asch Conformity Experiments to the philosophical insights of thinkers like Kierkegaard and Nietzsche, we explore how our inherent desire for social acceptance drives us to conform, revealing its profound impact on our daily lives and societal structures.

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I'm making more motion graphics videos on psychology, philosophy, anthropology, neuroscience, cognitive sciences, and behavioral economics. 

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I'm making more motion graphics videos on psychology, philosophy, anthropology, neuroscience, cognitive sciences, and behavioral economics. 

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I'm making more motion graphics videos on psychology, philosophy, anthropology, neuroscience, cognitive sciences, and behavioral economics. 

SHIHSTORIES. BY DIANA SHIH

DOCUMENTARIES

Explore the decline of Taiwan's betel nut industry through the story of Blackwood and Pandora, an aboriginal couple running a small betel nut business in Nantou County, as this documentary immerses you in their daily challenges.

Discover the challenges of an aging population crisis in Taiwan's smallest county, Changhua, known for its vibrant agricultural industry, through the lens of "The Color of the Lands" documentary.

Join Mi-Szu and Guan-Ting, two middle school students attending a local cram school to overcome the lack of support in their regular school, as they navigate the challenges of rural education in Taiwan, where long study hours and limited assistance persist, shedding light on the realities of cram school culture in rural Taiwan.

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