CSOFT’s CEO Shunee Yee Speaks at the Johns Hopkins-Nanjing Class of 2020 Graduation Ceremony

On June 12th, 2020, the Johns Hopkins University-Nanjing University Center of Chinese and American Studies (HNC) celebrated 36 graduate students and 74 certificate students at their virtual graduation ceremony. During the online graduation ceremony, speakers from around the world spoke to the Class of 2020, including CSOFT Founder & CEO Ms. Shunee Yee. As recent […]

Remote Broadcasting: How the Pandemic Has Changed the Game of Live Sports Casting

Live sports events, the single most unifying pastime for people all over the world, confronted a major loss this year during the coronavirus outbreak, with sports leagues everywhere cancelling their events following shelter-in-place orders. One can imagine all the die-hard fans sitting at home, nurturing a pent-up demand for live physical sports. The good news […]

Entertainment Without Borders: How Streaming Services Are Driving the Global Expansion of Entertainment

If you have been even a casual consumer of online entertainment in recent weeks, it will come as no surprise that streaming is having its moment. With HBO Max as just the latest to make the jump in a long list of “channels” now available for subscription streaming, the greatest surprise is no longer that […]

A Glimpse of the Things to Come: Enterprise AI Empowers Global COVID-19 Research

For those of us following developments in the IT and technology sectors, the COVID-19 outbreak has largely been the story of an unprecedented digital transformation as organizations navigate the challenges of operating remotely. Just as interesting, though, is what the outbreak is revealing about innovative trends already underway before it started, particularly as big data […]

What Vigilante Video Game Translators Tell Us About Localization

In 2017, gaming company Sports Interactive provoked the ire of Chinese gamers who couldn’t find a Chinese translation for its game Football Manager 2017. Soon after, a flood of negative reviews from those users followed on Steam (the largest online video game distribution platform worldwide), impacting the game’s standing in the marketplace. Games that gain […]

What Online Schools Tell Us About Trends in Online Education

Plenty of attention has been drawn to the way traditional public and private schools are transitioning to online learning models during the COVID-19 pandemic. However, for many years now, online schools have largely gone overlooked, despite being a groundbreaking alternative to offline education. With full academic years and complete curricula administered entirely online, these types […]

Internal Training Systems and The Industry Behind Them

All employees go through some sort of training in their first days at a new job or company. In our global and increasingly contactless business culture, training protocol is now adapting to keep pace with the rise of remote employment, driving the development of technologies that can facilitate training through digital media. Learning Management Systems […]

Localizing the Tiger King: A “Netflix and Quarantine” Hit for the Whole World

Whether you’re sheltering in place in Denmark or in Chattanooga, Tennessee, the outrageous new docuseries “Tiger King: Murder, Mayhem and Madness” has likely made its appearance on your Netflix home page over the past couple of weeks. While Netflix has been somewhat close-lipped with viewership data from outside of the United States, it appears that […]