Let us tell your story

Let us tell your story…

In which channels would you like us to publish your story?
• on this website?
• in our massive social media networks including our company LinkedIn and Facebook pages?
• on the company director’s Linkedin pages including Tony Lee and David Gibbons?
• in the RT ImagingWorld magazine?
• on our inTouch TV broadcasts?
Send your news story, images, video clips or press release, to
Maggie Wang
News Desk Editor

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You know you want others to know your news, so let us tell your story, help you to write it, edit it and publish it on any or all of our channels.

Why Stories Are Important

When you tell a story, you spark a connection.

That is how humans have communicated since the beginning of time —by telling stories. Stories have been told since even before humans learned to read and write. These stories have passed on through generations: some of them fill up history books, some are integral to culture, and some are embedded in family values.

Stories are central to human cognition and communication. We engage with others through stories, and storytelling is a lot more than just a recitation of facts and events.

As human beings, we are automatically drawn to stories because we see ourselves reflected in them.

We inevitably interpret the meaning in stories and understand ourselves better.

But we now live in the fast-paced information age, where information, concepts, and ideas continuously bombard us from every direction. Do stories really matter to us anymore?

Click here to read the six reasons why stories have mattered and will continue to be essential to human existence.