1998年，一位來自南非的紀錄片製作人來到台灣，從此認定台灣是他第二個家，他是Tobie Openshaw, 國際各大媒體在台灣積極合作的影像製作人，從BBC到National Geographic，甚至Discovery跟France24等，當台灣有重大新聞事件時，Tobie是他們信賴的夥伴；除此之外，因為成長於舊南非種族隔離制度下，他很積極地投身台灣原住民的相關議題，如氣候變遷造成的影響到南島語系的保存，他的信念可以由Albert Schweitzer的名言一與概括 'A man can only do what a man can do. But if he does that each day, he can sleep at night – and do it again the next day.' Excuse英國腔!很榮幸有機會訪談到見證台灣20多年的Tobie，他的驚奇台灣紀錄沒有最多，只有更多，趕快收聽！ 🌟請我杯珍奶吧，讓我帶給你更多全球特色的訪談! →https://pay.soundon.fm/podcasts/b15c2431-9188-4436-9bae-24081e4a3277 Facebook | Instagram 搜尋：Excuse英國腔! He is from South Africa. In 1998, a documentary filmmaker called Taiwan his second home. He is Tobie Openshaw, a man highly sought after by international media outlets such as the BBC, National Geographic, Discovery, France24, etc. when there is breaking news from Taiwan. Aside from that, due to his early experience with apartheid in South Africa, he particularly devotes himself to topics of Taiwan's indigenous people, for example, how climate change impacts upon them, the Austronesian connection up and down the Asia Pacific. His faith in life can be summed up as 'A man can only do what a man can do. But if he does that each day, he can sleep at night – and do it again the next day.' by Albert Schweitzer. Excuse英國腔! is pleased to be joined by him, a witness to over 2 decades of Taiwan's civil changes. To learn more about his life, tune in at once!