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The Younger Generations of Tik-Tokers, Walking on the Borderlines of Morality

These younger generations will do just about any and everything, for hits on their channels here, even losing their virginity too, I bet!!!  And it’s still all due to the developments of these internet platforms, that made it too easy, to gain the “fames” that these younger generations of children are longing to get, off of the Front Page Sections, translated…

Bytedance, the internet company in China in 2016 announced it’s APP Tik-Tok being provided, since the selfie shorts are, trending all across the world, and now, the international version of Tik-Tok, and the Chines versions had been downloaded over three billion times, surpassing FB, IG, and other social media leaders.

and this, is how it all got, started…

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The adolescents are already used to sharing their selfie videos, streaming them online, anytime, anyplace, sharing it with the online communities.  The Child Welfare League’s “Survey of Children & Adolescents Usage of Internet Software” back in 2019 found, that thirty-five-percent of children and adolescents have the habits of making short films of themselves, and streaming online, sixty-percent are using Tik-Tok, of the surveyed, forty-five percent said that they wanted to be young internet sensations.

In the past, Tiktok had made a ton of middle and high school age students famous.  There were the students who’d started speaking for the products, hiring the agents, with many of the high school age students’ followers breaking over hundreds of thousands, most of the followers are in the peer groups of teenagers.

To get the trending videos made, some of the teens are walking the borderlines of morality.  In October, there are the TikTok footages of many adolescents interacting with a homeless man, Huang.  The homeless man, Huang seemed to be psychologically ill, had once gone and hugged unknown school students who’d passed him by, and now, where the homeless man squatted, there is, a crowd holding their cell phones, making fun, and, some had used improper language to anger the homeless man, and there were those students in their school uniforms, hugging him, kissing him, all of the sake, of getting thousands, or hundreds of thousands of hearts, and the “most number of Kudos” on TikTok.

advancing to this…

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So, this, is how bad it is getting, to boost our ratings, our “popularities”, we’re, willing to, put our lives out there, in HARM’s way, and, you don’t know, if that homeless guy you’re, hugging, for “ratings” might get turned on, and, start molesting you, and yeah, I’d been there, and had that done to me, and that just showed how the younger generations will do everything, just to get a HIT on their YouTube channels or whatever.

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More than Twenty-Percent of Children & Adolescents Believe They’d Been Cyberbullied

How social networks became, a new source of, anxiety for these, members of the, younger generations, off of the Front Page Sections, translated…

As the outbreaks slowed down, this semester, many school had started holding the classroom sessions, but the masks are still, a needed tool to prevent the spread of the virus across the school campuses.  Now, it’d been two months since the start of the school year, the masks had, blocked off the saliva, and it’d also, blocked off the interactions of children with their own, peers, some of the first year students hadn’t even seen their classmates’ faces, and can only “show their faces” on social media.  But, the children are even more worried over how they are looked upon on social media, and this became, a brand new source of their, anxiety, to even making them the victims of cyberbullying.

The outbreaks not only caused the graduation trips to get canceled, the graduation ceremonies, the first day of school all happened via webcam, that “sense of ritual”, gone, and a lot of the students sighed “there’s no beginning, or an end!”

With the slowing down of the epidemic here, the schools from all around the country started the physical classroom sessions.  But, entering into a brand new semester, in the past, to get to know the classroom classmates, there would be the name tags on the desks, and, by a week at most, everybody knew everybody, and now, all the students’ faces are covered with the masks, and, even though at meal time, they’re allowed to take their masks off, they had to eat with the plastic separators between one another, and, a lot of the students just, left their names on their desks, and even now, the students couldn’t call one another by each other’s right names, to the point of the teachers, miscalling the names of the students too.

A middle school principal told, that there’s no first-year student orientation this year, that there’s no morning school gatherings this semester, the students are “slower to warm up”, and, even as the instructors told the jokes, because they can’t see the facial expressions, the students normally, don’t react, and there’s, just, not enough of that warmth of exchanges that we used to get with each other.

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And even though, almost all the students had a cell phone each, and the internet broke the barriers of interactions, a lot of the students, before school started, got together on the social media, to meet up as school resumed.  But, the therapist, Tseng told, that the children become, ever the more anxious on if they’re noticed on social media now, and this new trend may become a new source of their, anxieties, affecting the children’s level of self-confidence.

The Children’s Welfare League did a survey and found, that due to the outbreaks, the children and adolescents log online for an average of 42.7 hours per week, almost doubled from last year’s 27.2 hour.  But, more than twenty-percent of children and adolescent believed, that they’d been cyberbullied, with the primary way of bullying being “getting named by someone or attacked by someone for no reasons at all”, and there were only, twenty-two percent who would tell the adults, there are at least, twelve-percent that wouldn’t find help from anyone.  The Department of Education listed cyberbullying as a form of bullying in school last year.

Pai, the C.E.O. of Child Welfare League advised students on three things, she’d said, admit and accept, that you just can’t get along with everybody; and, you can use the app or the cell phone systems, to keep track of your own personal usage means of social media, to control the time spent; if you encountered something that’s negative that’s affecting you, then, you need to learn to view yourselves, using an unjudgmental way, to calm yourselves down, so you can, deal with the many challenges that life may bring.

Yeah, that, is another, downside to this outbreak, because everything is online, and, there will be, more cases of cyberbullying too, and, cyberbullying is really hard to prevent, because, you don’t know what you may have said, or posted online, that might get misinterpreted by another.

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The End Results of a Horny Man Who Preyed on the Innocence of Teenage Girls: Three Years, Two Months.  Met a Middle School Females Student for Less than Ten Days, and Had Sex with Her

And, if you ask me, but hey, who ASKED Y-O-U!!!  Exactly, what this HORN dog got was still, way too, light, he should’ve gotten at least, a whole DECADE in prison and get chemically or physically, CASTRATED too, and yet, these teenage girls are still, way too, god damn, @#$%ING, E-A-S-Y these days, aren’t they???  Off of the Front Page Sections, translated…

The adult male, Hsu from Taoyuan, especially selected the adolescent girls as his targets, and chatted with them online, he had two prior records of guilty charges with underage minors, but he’d not, changed his ways, still set the baits on FB, met a thirteen-year-old adolescent female, and, within ten days of knowing one another, he’d, gotten her to have sexual intercourse with him; the courts believed that he’d committed these crimes for the second time by the same methods, although, he’d asked her for permissions to have sex, it’d still caused her psychological, and mental traumas, that there is a need, to enforce a harsher punishment on him, found him guilty of obstruction of sexual freedom, and sentenced him to three years two months, and this can still be appealed.

The investigators found, that on April 17th of last year, Hsu met the adolescent female on FB, knowing that she was not yet fourteen, that she wasn’t mature enough psychologically, less than ten days after they met, he’d asked her out, then, took her home, and, gone against her will, had sexual intercourse with her.  Later, as the adolescent’s parents found that she’d been having continual conversations with a stranger, they’d pressed her, and she’d told them, that she has a boyfriend, and that they’d been, having sex together.  As her mother went to the police, the whole case was busted, wide open.

During his trial, Hsu admitted openly to what he’d done, which matched the adolescent girl’s statements, and there were the records of their conversations on FB, and the rape kit result proved that the adolescent had had sexual intercourse.  The courts found that back in 2013, Hsu had sex with her the first time, he was sentenced to a year eight months, with three years’ probation, and back in 2016, he’d, had sex again, with an underage minor, and got sentenced to ten month, with no probationary terms for the second time.

The courts believed, that in the past, Hsu had multiple records of having sex with minors under fourteen, and had consensual sex with adolescent females from ages fourteen to sixteen, and this time, he’d still done it, which clearly showed, that he was a repeated offender, that there would be a need, for a severe sentence this time.

Hsu’s defense attorney argued that he and the adolescent were dating, that he’d not had sex with her that many times, and admitted to the adolescent’s mother, and begged for forgiveness, that he’d, qualified for the reduction of sentence based off of the mercy clause.

The courts found, that Hsu knew that the adolescents hadn’t developed fully mentally yet, and still used FB to hook them, and he’d done it twice, using the exact same methods, that it wouldn’t qualify for the mercy clause of the sentencing, didn’t give him a lighter sentence.

The courts considered, that Hsu had committed obstruction against sexual freedom TWICE, and still didn’t turn around, knowing well the impacts of the traumas on underage minors, but for the sake of his own personal satisfaction, he’d still had sex with the adolescent girls.  Although he’d not gone against her will, but it’d caused the mental distress, the personality formation problems in the teenager, that there’s a need for him to receive a harsh punishment, still charged him on counts of having sexual intercourse with underage minors, sentenced him to three years two months.

And no, this still was NOT his first time, and as he’d gotten out on probation due to “good behaviors” (as who wouldn’t behave her/himself in lock up!), he would be out, in no more than a year’s time, and guess what?  He’s going to, FISH, and HOOK them young and DUMB, unsuspecting, teens again, and so, by giving this PREDATOR this light a sentence, you’re ensuring, that he is bound to, offend again!  And there’s NOTHING we can do ‘bout that, as the verdict’s, final here!

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Anytime, Any Place, the Hard-to-Prevent Cyberbullying

The means, of how the hurt can happen, at any time of day, and anywhere!  On the facets of, cyberbullying, off of the Front Page Sections, translated…

The school therapist, of the guidance counselor’s office of a school analyzed the differences in cyberbullying and physical bullying in the past, and reason why cyberbullying should be examined, more closely:

From before, the place where bullying happens is in school, and now, with a cell phone to a child, the bullying became at anytime, any place.  For instance, a middle school student, Hwa felt that someone stole her boyfriend, then, she’d called on her cohort of friends, started sending the private messages to the person, posting the words publicly, or go to the IG to start cussing the guy out, and even, setting up a “trash-talk” Line Group of the guy, and the victims may not even be aware, that a group talking trash about her/him/them exists.

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The use of sexual violence for revenge online is getting serious too.  There was a sixth grade who’d received a message that said, “I have nude photos of you, if you send me another, then I won’t post this one”, the kid almost believed, but thankfully, the adults stopped it upon finding out.

The digital footprints will never be erased.  Like the recordings the videos of the photos, the things that makes you targets of bullies, once it gets online, so long as the onlookers started passing it along, even if the bully was caught and reprimanded, the files are forever staying online, and, the victims may be, revictimized again.

What’s worth noting more of cyberbullying is that the bullied already got singled out by her/his friends, and, when it goes online, the endless cusses, the criticisms, will make the victims feel, “So, all those people hate me, despised me, rejects me”.  And if the bystanders, the teachers, the adult counterparts didn’t catch the S.O.S. from the child, with “just deal with it, they’re, just, making fun”, to a child, s/he will die on the inside, because if those s/he trusts won’t even help, it would, hurt her/him, even more.

So, this, is on the adverse effect of being, cyberbullied, because once it’s online, you can’t, EVER, erase, that digital footprint that you’d, left, and, because these children have NO awareness of the foresight of the consequences of their own actions (b/c the prefrontal cortexes aren’t properly developed yet!), the effects are, eternal.

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The Two Officers Fined $100,000N.T. Each for Kicking the Adolescents Refusing to Get Checked by Them, and Threatening to Shoot the Locals Who Tried to Stop Them from the Abuse

Abuse of their statuses as police officers here, and yeah, they got caught, and got, fined too!  Off of the Front Page Sections, translated…

The Zhonghe Police Substation of Hsinbei City last April was conducting the checks on the roads, there was an adolescent who’d refused to get checked, and ran right through the checkpoint, the officers rushed to block him, the officer, Chen, kicked one of the sixteen-year-old on the head, the locals saw it, and tried to sop him from abuse, another officer, Jeng came, and cussed the locals out, and this was a case of overuse of police forces.  The district attorneys believed that Chen had used his work status, and assaulted the adolescent, considered that he showed remorse, and was willing to settle with the adolescent, delayed prosecuting him; Jeng’s indictment for threats and public endangerment was also, dropped, but they are both fined $100,000N.T., and mandated to attend six-hours of legal education each.

The district attorneys investigated, on the evening of April 7th at eleven at night, the police were conducting a check, a car refused to stop, and drove against traffic, the police chased and stopped the car, and demanded the four adolescents inside to get out of the car.

In the process, the adolescents became emotionally anxious, the officers called aloud to stop them, an officer had slammed two adolescents against the pavement, as the officers rounded up the four, they’d grabbed one adolescent by the hair, shouted at him angrily, “Are you hurrying to die.”  The officer, Chen started kicking an adolescent who was down on the ground on the head, causing the adolescent to bruise, and to have redness and swelling on his head.

because of the loud noises, the locals came out, and saw the police using excessive forces, and tried to stop them, “What are you doing?  Beating down on the children?”, the officer, Jeng was suspected of shouting back at the locals, “he refused to get pulled over, come down, I’ll, give you a bullet too!”, was suspected of threats, and breaking the public endangerment laws.

The D.A. reviewed over the video surveillance, which captured the officer Jeng stating: “You”, and “bullet”, without the “I’ll give you”, while the other local residents testified that they’d not heard the words; the local who was shouted at claimed, it was in a heightened state of tension then, we’re all stressed out then, and, we are rash toward one another, I’d not felt I was, threatened, the D.A. dropped the charges against the officer, Jeng.

As for the officer, Chen, the D.A. considered that he showed remorse, and the cause was the adolescent’s resisting arrest, that he became emotional, which caused him to overreact; while the adolescent only sustained minor injuries, and they’d settled, and so, they’d dropped the charges.

And so, because nobody was seriously injured (like getting shot, getting assaulted physically to injury), the officers only received the slaps of the wrists of getting fined, and what would that teach the officers from here on out?  Oh yeah, we just need to, step on the borders, but not over it, and we get off easy, this is really bad, just because the teens refused to get checked, the officers had no right, to use violence on them, besides, it’s not like it’s a case of in pursuit of serious criminals, it’s just some teens, breaking the rules, and too much forces by the police was used in this one!

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The Man Enticed a Teenage Girl to Have Sexual Intercourse, Posted that it was “Her Area of Specialty”

How this MOTHER @#$%ER got away a first time, and tried it a second time, thinking he could, get away too, but the adult woman didn’t keep silent like the adolescent girl he’d raped from before had, off of the Front Page Sections, translated…

The man, Jiang used $30,000N.T.s to entice a fifteen-year-old middle school age girl to go to a motel, in the three days, they’d had sexual intercourse six times, afterwards, he’d not paid her any money, and posted on FB, her photo, her name, and stated how she was “a hooker for sale”, then the man played two roles, used the excuse of helping to get an adult woman work, gotten the woman to go to a hotel room, and threatened her that he had a gun on him, and, raped her twice, recently, the D.A.’s Offices charged Jiang on forced sexual acts and other charges, indicted Jiang, asked the courts to make his punishment more severe.

The police and D.A. investigated, Jiang (age 32) on May 17th of last, met the adolescent girl on FB, texted her, “I’ll buy a shot of your breasts and your pubic area for a thousand dollars N.T. is that okay?”, the adolescent was unwilling, he’d stated, “I’ll pay you $30,000N.T. for sex”, the young woman was too naïve, and needed the extra cash, and agreed.

For three consecutive days, Jiang took the adolescent girl to a motel to have sex with her six times, and he’d demanded her to have sex with him after he woke from his sleep, until the morning of May 21st, did he finally, release the adolescent girl for her to go home.

And, the following day, Jiang texted the girl, “I’ll, share this for you”, then, he’d posted the adolescent’s photo on FB, and disclosed her name, the school she attends, and, stated how she was a “professional hooker”, smoked marijuana, dating multiple guys at once, defamed her.

A few days later, Jiang used the exact same methods, used the friendship app on his cell phone, met an adult woman, played two roles, and fooled her completely, used the false excuse of helping her to find a job, gotten her to come with him, then took her to a motel, told her he had a gun, and raped her twice.

During the interrogations of the District Attorney’s Office, Jiang only admitted to having sex, was ambiguous on his making the threats, and that he’d raped the victims, and because the two victims’ testimonies were factual, and they’d saved the messages as proof, plus the police took the women’s clothing, and found Jiang’s DNA, and there were also the motel surveillance footages as proof, his rapes were confirmed.

And this still just showed, how men are still, going to RAPE, when the opportunities presented themselves, if they think they won’t get punished for it, because we women never tell anyone about what’d happened, when you mother @#$%ERS raped us, well, maybe those teenager girls are too fearful to SQUEAL, but grown women like us, we won’t take it!

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Lo Received Eleven-and-a-Half Years in Prison for Taking the Adolescent Girls Hostage & Locking Them Up in the Secret Compartments of a Mansion

The verdict came finally for this LOSER who abducted the teenager, took her hostage, locked her up inside his family’s home!  Off of the Front Page Sections, translated…

Last year in August, Lo used the excuse of a job offer for the fourteen-year-old middle school age girl from Kaohsiung to head up north, locked her inside the secret compartment of his mansion in Hsinchu for sixty-six hours on end, drugged her, then, took sexually illicit photos of the young girl; the Kaohsiung district court tried the case, sentenced Lo to a total of eleven and a half years for his forgery of documents, and breaking the laws against child and adolescent sextortion.  Lo received ten years for drugging an draping two other teenage girls, after his arrest, he’d started, serving his terms for those two counts.

His nineteen-year-old wife, Yeh had helped him hide the adolescent girl, and lied about him being missing, charged with falsifying statements, covering up, she was sentenced to eight months, and can pay a fine to skip out of serving the time; Lu who’d helped transported the adolescent girl for Lo sentenced to a year and six months, the super of the mansion, Wang sentenced to a year and two months.

The verdict stated, that last April, Lo posted a want ad on the FB group, wanting to give someone the part-time work opportunities to play the online games, the victim girl saw the post, and privately texted him that she was interested in the position, and was then, targeted.

Lo lied that the manager of the company he was working for wasn’t in twice, that the individual had gone to Kaohsiung, had her fill out her personal data, and paid her a thousand dollars N.T. for it, after he’d gained her trust, last year on August 29th, he had her come to Hsinchu to find him, he’d mailed a cell phone to her previously, told her to use the cell phone to contact him using only it.

The adolescent girl was lifted by Lu to the location, taken to the secret compartment of the fourth floor of Lo’s resident, where he’d put an electric collar onto her neck, and threatened that he will zap her if she tried to escape, which made her fear, and didn’t escape, and gave Lu $3,000N.T.s to drive the adolescent girl’s phone all around, then, dumped the phone in Yonghe, Hsinbei, to mislead the police in investigation.

The police had found Lo at his home, Lo’s wife, Wang and Lu were charged with covering up; later, Lu was tortured by his own conscience, and gave the cops the facts, that there was a secret compartment in the mansion, that was how the police was able to, finally, rescue the teenage girl.

And, this LOSER still got off too easy, for getting this young naïve teenage girl to go to him and locking her up, and the trauma that this young woman experienced, she’s going to have to take a long time to finally, recover fully, and, no amount of punishment is enough, for what this LOSER did to the victims he took hostages over.

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With 5,000 “Friends” on FB, but Outcast in the Class, the Façade of Social Network

So, this still showed???  Oh yeah, right: the MORE friends you have on social networks, the LESS of friends you have, that you can, physically, interact with!  Off of the Front Page Sections, translated…

Finding the Escape into the Cyber Reality, You May Just Well, “graduate” Early Out of Life

Han-Chian (a false name) has close to five-thousand friends on FB, but returning BACK to his reality, he is a “outcast” who lives on the edge of his class.  The experts observed, that as teens bump into interpersonal relations problems, they are more than likely to escape into the online world, to “start over”, but, being overly dependent on the internet, with the façade of having tons of friends, it only makes these teens more easily victimized by cyberbullying and put them in dangers of online friends, and it may well turn the internet into that FINAL straw, that crushed these teenagers’, backs.

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Han-Chian is a case that the clinical psychologist, Finance had.  Finance pointed out, a lot of the teens who are troubled emotionally, or made suicidal attempts, is not the least bit popular or personable in their realities, but their friends on FB, is maxed out on the websites, while all of these, “Face friends” aren’t real friends at all, a lot were from the random “be-friending” of unknown persons from online, and they’d, mold up the façade of them being popular by the numbers.

Finance said, the online world satisfied the teens’ psychological needs, but it’d also made the kids even more fragile, they’d lacked the ability to face up to the troubling predicaments of their lives, and effectively deal with their negative emotions, but as the teens bumped into the defeats online, like in cyberbullying, the next step may be, “I quit playing”, gradating early, from this life.

Cyberbullying is not, the most prevalent problem in the adolescents.  Based off of the survey conducted by the Child Welfare League on the matter, there are more than half of teens and children who were involved in cyberbullying, 0.36-percent had been, victimized.  In the past, the physical bullying from the schools, the students can temporarily escape from by going home, but, they can’t get rid of the shadows of cyberbullying in whole now.

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to “solidify” our “statuses” online

The head counselor of Dajr High School, Wu used a case as an example, a student got into an argument with someone, of them, one went home, and posted the matter online with a lot of, embellishments, and posted the individual’s name, and the online community used the human search engine, and found out  all of that particular student’s social network accounts, and started leaving crazy, hurtful comments on the boards, to the point of threatening the student, the school’s homepage, as well as the fans page got maxed out with the comments as well.  She said, this caused partial of the student body to show signs of severe depression, that she’d had to counsel them over and over, then they started, feeling better, and through the school and lawyers mediating, the parents of the student who made the post made a statement, to clarify what’d happened, and that, was what made the storms blow over.

The power of the online world is still, at work here, because you can easily bully someone, by getting ALL of your “friends” to un-friend someone you’re targeting, thus, isolating that individual, making the person feel oh so very much alone, and when the person heads off to school, s/he still had to put up with the whispers, the pointing at her/him, and in our teens, our hormones are, overly active, and we easily misinterpret things, and that is what causes those “fragile” “strawberries” to go, SPLAT!

All thanks, to the online world here…

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After the Death of a High School Student, the Police Were on the Look Out for the Bookies and Found Three High Schools and Twenty-Seven of Their Students Involved

Started too young, in the life of crimes, from the Front Page Sections, translated…

The second-year high school student, Kao works as a bookie for a gambling website, because he’d owed $280,000N.T. in gambling debts he couldn’t pay up, on Mother’s Day, he’d attempted suicide by burning charcoal in his home.  The police followed the leads, and two nights ago, managed to arrest the bookies He works under, Tsai and Lee, and Yeou, who’s above the bookies.  After Tsai and Lee were interrogated, they were taken into police custody, and Chuang was charged with gambling right away.

The police sorted through He’s cell phone, and found there to be twenty-four other students from his school who were also involved, and, interrogated them all yesterday, and so far, three schools and twenty-seven students have been found to have involvements in the case, and from this, we can see how serious the problem of on campus gambling is.

The police stated, because the online gambling sites are set up abroad, and, the workers took cash bets, it’s really hard, to find the person behind it all, and, Chuang was merely a “small fish” in the gambling websites.

Tsai and Lee are both minors, and, although they’re involved in the gambling charges, they weren’t caught in the act, and so, they were sent home after being interrogated, alongside twenty-four others, and, they’re to make their appearances in juvenile court at another date.

The investigative officers pointed out, that two weeks ago, Lai, another student from He’s high school, because of how much pressure there was for him as a junior bookie (Retailers), after He learned, he’d taken up the post, but, for the next two weeks, because the students who’d signed the bets couldn’t pay him, and he’d owed the debts himself, he and his peers owed a total of $160,000N.T.  And because the debts are collected on Mondays, in order to find a way out, to turn his situations around, on the evening of May 9th, before Mother’s Day, he’d bet in the “Dice Games”, but, in just one night, he’d lost $120,000N.T.s, the very next day, he’d left the message, “Lost my final bet in life”, committed suicide by burning charcoal.

The student, Tsai was once the upstream for Lai, in February, he was caught by the police, and, he’d handed his job to another student from another school, Lee, later on, He connected with Lee, Tsai and Lee admitted to working as the general agents, and reported to Chuang directly; Chuang sold drinks at the night markets regularly, and, in order to increase his earnings, he’d gotten the agent rights from a gambling ring online, from a man nicknamed “Chang”, absorbed Tsai, Lee as his downstream, on the ninth, he’d heard Lee told, that “He is suicidal”, but he didn’t know He personally.

The police officers said, the student He accepted the bets from his fellow students, and got 1.5 percent of the fees, and, the bets ranged anywhere from $100 N.T. to $10,000N.T., the gambling rings used the temptation of making huge amounts of money to attract the students, and, at the start, they’d given them the sweet rewards, but, they’d found an assortment of reasons, to withhold their commissions.

The police suspected, that He had lost the bets, and, wanted to gamble one last time, to see if he could make what he’d lost back again, and maybe, he was affected by the Japanese comic of “Revelation of Gambling”, the main character from the comic was a habitual gambler, with high debts, in the end, he’d taken his friend’s advice, went onboard a gambling ship called, “Hope”, placed his final bets, ended up, winning everything, but the money was scammed away by his friends, He might have copied the behaviors in the stories, but, he’d ended up, committing suicide.

So, this, is the cause of the death of a high school kid, because he was tempted, and, once he was drawn in, he’d found himself, sinking deeper, deeper, and deeper, and in the end, he couldn’t get out, so, he took the easy way out.

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“Lost the Last Bet in Life”, a Last Year High School Placed Over Ten Thousand Dollars of Debts, Gambling on the Teams of the N.B.A., He’d Committed Suicide

Had he known better, but he didn’t!  From the Front Page Sections, translated…

A high school student, He from the city of Taichung disclosed to his classmate on the 10th that because he’d signed the gambling slips for NBA, he’d managed to owe over thirty thousand dollars’ worth of debts, that his life was over, “I’m going now!  Lost my final bet in life.”, the classmate immediately went to the police to report, and the police managed to find out where He was, but, it was too late, he’d already, committed suicide by burning charcoal in his bedroom already.

The 64th Police Precinct in Taichung on the afternoon of the tenth received a panicky high schooler who rushed in, and he’d shown the police the conversations he’d shared with He using LINE, told them that he worried, that He might commit suicide.  The police found his address, along with the records of members of his family, they’d notified the father, and, He’s father recalled how he hadn’t seen his son come out of his room, that it was odd, he’d broken into his son’s room, found that he was already dead, and there was also, a bowl of charcoal, burned, completely.  The coroners believed, that He had committed suicide by burning charcoal, and they will look into, whether or not He was forced to pay the debts he owed from signing the gambling slips or not.

And so, that, just shows, how easily they will fall, and, when you’re that young, you should NOT even BE into gambling, but this young man was, and, because he couldn’t pay up the debts, he felt his life was OVER, and committed suicide!

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