The Daily Populous

Wednesday October 26th, 2022 day edition

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Chinese students at a university in England shouted obscenities at a student and blocked his PowerPoint presentation when a slide stated “Taiwan is a country.”.

One of the Chinese students at the University of Southampton shared a clip of the incident to Weibo on Oct. 22.

According to the Weibo user, ​​who goes by the handle Gong Zheng Ah Gong Zheng, a Japanese student showed Taiwan’s flag in a PowerPoint slide that stated “Taiwan is a country” during a team presentation on Oct. 21.

In the video, the shadow of a student’s hand can be seen blocking the projector to cover the Taiwan flag.

Chinese students can also be heard booing and shouting “Taiwan is a part of China.”

The Weibo user bragged about his actions against the Japanese student.

In the video, two non-Chinese students can also be seen laughing at their Chinese classmates before the Chinese nationals demanded that the Japanese student change the presentation to the next slide. »

Fetterman, Oz face off on crime, inflation in Pennsylvania Senate debate

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HARRISBURG, Penn., Oct 25 (Reuters) - U.S. Senate candidates Democrat John Fetterman and Republican Mehmet Oz traded attacks on issues from crime to inflation in the lone debate of a Pennsylvania race that will help decide whether Democrats retain control of the Senate.

The debate hall included two closed-caption monitors posted above the moderators that relayed dialogue to Fetterman.

He called inflation a tax on working families, saying, "Dr. Oz can't possibly understand what that is like.". »

School gunman had AR-15-style weapon, 600 rounds of ammo

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Central Visual and Performing Arts shares a building with another magnet school, Collegiate School of Medicine and Bioscience.

Matt Davis, president of the St. Louis Board of Education, said police and school officials acted quickly to Monday’s shooting.

The gunman pointed his weapon at Raymond Parks, a dance teacher at the school, but did not shoot him, Parks said. »

Attorney who fought Florida helmet laws died in motorcycle crash while not wearing one

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He represented clients who ran afoul of Florida’s motorcycle requirements in court cases that some say helped overturn Florida’s helmet law.

In August, Smith and his girlfriend, Brenda Jeanan Volpe, were riding a motorcycle on U.S. 19 in Pinellas County.

In states without helmet laws, 57% of motorcyclists who died in 2020 were not wearing a helmet compared to 11% of motorcyclists in states with helmet laws. »