The Chicago Tribune Building, located at the north end of the Michigan Avenue Bridge, is a Gothic high-rise building, known as Chicago's most beautiful office building. The building is very distinctive. It is said that the exterior walls are pasted with building fragments from more than 100 countries in the world, including the stone fragments of the Great Wall of China. When we arrived here, the interior of the building was not open to visitors, so we could only see its appearance. Standing in front of the building, I wondered if the Chicago Tribune, as a traditional paper medium, could continue its brilliance at the dawn of the digital age. Does such a large building need to consider doing something else?