Nguyen Thanh Nhan, a former deputy head of testing and quality assurance under the department, got 30 months behind bars, while Do Khac Hung and Dinh Hai Son, officials from the internal political security division under the provincial Department of Public Security, received a three-year sentence and a 24-month suspended sentence, respectively. … [Read more...] about 12 people handed sentences in Vietnam’s Son La Province for roles in national exam cheating scandal
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And while there has been resistance to mechanical harvesting among high-end wineries, especially in Napa and Sonoma counties, which see hand-picked grapes as an essential component of their premium products, the machines are becoming more common. In 2017, about 80 percent of all California grapes were harvested by machine. … [Read more...] about Napa vineyard worker dies after getting pulled into grape-picking machine
Fandoms are a place for people to find comfort and forge valuable friendships, but any organizing force capable of creating as much noise as artist-centric interest groups have been able to in the last decade also holds great destructive power. Now, toxicity in music fandom is a years-old practice. The visceral reaction to the 1913 premiere of Russian composer and conductor Igor Stravinsky’s The Rite of Spring is remembered, perhaps melodramatically, as a borderline riot. In 1979, nearly 50,000 rock fans packed into Chicago’s Comiskey Park to see a radio DJ detonate disco records after a White Sox doubleheader on what went down in history as “Disco Demolition Night.” The internet is a unique playing field and a fertile breeding ground for misinformation and targeted harassment. With so many voices and opposing ideas occupying the same space, it’s hard to parse truth from fiction. Nuance is scarce. Last week was a master class in the inability to stop a … [Read more...] about Stan Culture Is Due a Reckoning. So Are the Celebrities They Worship.