Dead Cat – J.S. Feng, A.G. Rodriguez, E.J. Rivera & J.A. Rodriguez [EN]

Submitted Friday, June 20, 2014

Preface: “Dead Cat” is a screenplay written for a film writing class at National Chengchi University. The four of us tackled this exhausting task with great enthusiasm, learning the hardships of converting an ordinary story into a usable screenplay with the proper use of indicators.

Writing “Dead Cat” was extremely fulfilling and a fantastic experience for me personally, as we dug deep into character development and the world of symbolism and nuances. Whatever the outcome, we are proud of our work. – J. Feng


John Scot Feng, author of the “Barrelled Thoughts Blog” series and administrator of “Quote, Unquote“, was born in Durban, South Africa. He is a Russian studies graduate of National Chengchi University, Taiwan. As the founder of The Salad Bowl, John is also one of the project’s English- and Chinese-language editors.
Ana Gabriella Rodriguez was born in San Pedro Sula, Honduras. She is currently a Business Administration student at National Chengchi University, Taiwan. Apart from being an avid traveler and writer, Ana is also The Salad Bowl’s Spanish-language editor.
Elias Josue Riversa and Jose Alberto – “Beto” – Rodriguez were born in San Pedro Sula, Honduras. They are both Business Administration graduates of National Chengchi University, Taiwan, and had represented the university on numerous occasions, partaking in Asia’s regional business case competitions.
I was lucky enough to come across these three talented individuals during my time at NCCU. It was a pleasure working with you throughout the years and especially on this last project. Cheers, guys. – John

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