Just wondering why this was deleted?
Hea @karypun, as an experiment, I thought I'd publish my thoughts on the poster here, in the open.
I think what was there originally was a good place to start. I've gone back through some articles, and best practices on inclusive design for users who are hard of hearing, or deaf.
The most accessible source was a nice article on A List Apart, which you've probably already read. It made the distinction between subtitles and captions - it reminded me of the argument for localisation, not translation.
So based on those, here are some thoughts:
Under the "do" heading
(the message here is that using subtitles, instead of captions for videos where the audio uses confusing figures of speech will be equally confusing as if written)
Under the "don't" heading
If you haven't seen it here is the ALA article: http://alistapart.com/article/deafnessandtheuserexperience
and a nice introduction from Webaim: http://webaim.org/articles/auditory/