As co-founder and executive producer of BUTV10's first and only original bilingual program in English and Chinese, Louise:
- Strategized the overall program direction;
- Planned, directed and supervised the field and in-studio production;
- Formatted the program, wrote the script, and hosted the show;
- Produced the show every three weeks;
- Oversaw a team of 60 members: recruiting, training, workflow management, and quality control;
- Promote "Amber" on worldwide social media via Facebook, Instagram, WeChat, and Weibo (Chinese Twitter.)
"Amber" seeks to build a platform of cultural exchange so all students can develop a better understanding of life in America and China. The show examines current news through a multicultural lens, features opinions from people of international background, explores interesting places and people that are impacting our daily lives.
In addition to broadcast on BUTV10 and simulcast on web, "Amber" also provides live social media coverage during the 2015 Boston Marathon and the 2015 Faneuil Hall Tree Lighting Spectacular.
Top Five Stories of "Amber:"
- Introduce the authentic Chinese food to Americans: a cross-production with BUTV10's cooking show, "The Hungry Terrier" -- the first ever cross-production project during BUTV10's 10-year history
- The 2016 election affects international students through the STEM OPT extension rule-making
- Tu You You, the first Chinese women to receive the Nobel Prize, brings comparison between Eastern and Western Medicine
- Plastic surgery is booming in Asia, but how does the West like it?
- International students' involvement in Greek Life