China’s obsession with education is taking its toll on teachers.
Yet another China school attack. Details are still sketchy, but here are a few links to get you up to speed.
Police in Chongqing have tightened online monitoring in response to recent school violence.
Are we seeing a new trend? Second act of violence against court officials is a brutal acid attack.
OK, which degenerate, tone deaf school administration(s) started charging parents more money for added security measures?
The China violence show continues with a court shooting. Nothing too remarkable here, but it makes for good headlines.
Yet another post on the causes of the school violence. This time, some clarification about income inequality as a contributory factor of the incidents.
Valuable insight on China’s school violence problem comes from strange sources. What can we learn from lyricist and Broadway sage Stephen Sondheim?
Huang Hung, writing at The Daily Beast about school violence, talks about blaming the press for copycats.
Nothing much to say on this latest attack. Modus operandi sounds similar to the others: kindergarten, knife, several victims. Possible “motive” (aside from being crazy) is not yet clear at this time. China’s epidemic of stabbing attacks continued Wednesday with an assailant killing seven children and wounding many more at a school, officials said. The […]
You are now under lock down. You will be monitored at all times. No unauthorized personnel will be allowed onto school property, or anywhere nearby. It’s not surprising that following a string of horrible acts of violence at primary schools, security measures in China schools will be beefed up considerably. It is rather sad, though. […]
I was at my desk yesterday morning, as usual trying to do work, read news, and keep an eye on email and Twitter all at the same time. In addition to checking out various other stories in the news, I was still trying to digest the details of a horrifying tale from Shandong Province involving […]