Cho Chikun

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  • The Game Go Is A Strategy Game

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    Go The game go is a strategy game. It “combines beauty” with “intellectual” challenges, and “the patterns formed by the black and white stones are visually striking and can exercise an almost hypnotic attraction as” the game goes on (American Go Association). It is played with two people sitting across from each other with the game board in between them. The game board is usually a nine by nine, thirteen by thirteen, or nineteen by nineteen grid constructed of wood or bamboo. Beginners start out

  • Asian Community in Modern Day Media

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    character, who is a independent, courageous Asian "that doesn't know kung-fu", in any movie or TV shows. Many actors in modern day media prove these stereotypes to be true such as; beloved actor Ken Jeong, Jackie Chan, James Hong, Lucy Liu, and John Cho. First off, to help prove my point is ,America's favorite comedic actor, Ken Jeong. You never see Ken Jeong ever play as a main character of any movie. Ken Jeong usually plays as the random minor roll foriegn asian guy who is there to make people laugh

  • Gun Control & Mentall Illness

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    they are discharged from correctional facilities and hospitals and expected to exist in society with no follow-up services to help them, this is a reflection of the poor knowledge society has about people with mental health issues (The Nation 4). Cho Seung Hui had a mental illness, and that he had been untreated for it despite repeated referrals to counseling services. The article

  • Mass Shootings : An Act Of Terrorism

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    Mass Shootings (Overview) Mass shootings have become a disturbing trend that is on the rise. They can happen in places like Sports stadiums, Clubs, Schools, shopping centers, movie theaters, and even concerts. A mass shooting can be committed by either an individual or an organization. In recent times terrorist groups have used the tactic of mass shootings to fulfill their political aim. A person who commits a mass shooting could be a terrorist or a random stranger. Ironically, some people can mistake

  • Safety And Violence In School Shootings

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    movies, and sensationalized on network TV. Although, mass shootings are rare, the TV and conversation coverage of the event tend to be attractive to people who suffer from feeling isolated or insignificant in the world. Such is the case of Seung Hui Cho, an angry and disturbed student, who shot to death 32 students and faculty of Virginia Tech University, and wounded 17 more before killing himself. This case study will analyze the massacre with the purpose in mind of understanding the “why” of the

  • Understanding Violence: The Virginia Tech University Shootings

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    On April 16, 2007, Seung-Hui Cho, a 23-year-old college student, shocked the nation when he perpetrated the deadliest shooting massacre in U.S. history. The violent rampage took place on the Virginia Tech University campus in Blacksburg, Virginia, where Cho was a senior majoring in English. Before turning the gun on himself and delivering a fatal gunshot to the head, Cho murdered more than 30 of his classmates and University faculty; numerous others were injured. In a strange twist, several days

  • The Problem Of Hate Crimes

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    Abstract Over the past decade school violence has been on the rise. School violence has always existed in some form or another, whether it is a fight out on the playground or a stabbing in the parking lot. However nothing got the nation 's attentions like on April 20, 1999, Columbine school shooting. Ever since that day the nation wants to know what to do to protect the kids in this country. Violence motivated by a bias against victims’ characteristics which include race, religion, ethnic background

  • The Massacre At Virginia Tech

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    Hui Cho. To really understand how to put an end to mass shooting one must analyze what happened here it is necessary to look into the shooters life and the victims he took. It is also important to know the events that lead up to the shooting, what happened during the shooting and also after. Seung Hui Cho, known for carrying out one of the most devastating madd murders in the US was born on January 18, 1984 in South Korea (Biography, 2014). Cho was always very quiet from the beginning. Cho 's aunt

  • Persuasive Essay On Gun Control

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    Guns In the US citizens are allowed to keep and bear arms. The second amendment of the constitution gives them the right to. Today gun control is a controversial issue causing protests and debates. Over recent events such as The Las Vegas Shooting, killing fifty-eight and injuring over five hundred, The Orlando Shooting, killing forty-nine and injuring fifty-three, Sandy Hook Elementary School, killing six adults and twenty children. Citizens now ponder if guns should be illegal. The real question

  • Essay about The Mass Shooting Epidemic in America

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    Nine students were killed at Umpqua Community College in Roseburg, Oregon. A man opened fire in a church, in Charleston, South Carolina, killing nine people, including the pastor. Twenty-seven were killed at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Connecticut. Twelve were killed in the Washington Navy Yard. This is only a few examples from a very long list. The grim truth is that mass shootings are becoming the new normal. Every few months, another mass shooting occurs and the public goes through the same