My Sunday - May 22, 2022 (feat. ☆ 멸굥 D-1812 ☆)

The following is an article of "The Daily Pennsylvanian". Alex Han is the daughter of the recently appointed minister of justice, Han Dong-Hoon. What a shame! https://www.thedp.com/section/news ☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆ Over 4,000 people have signed a petition calling on Penn Admissions to investigate allegations of plagiarism against two Penn students enrolled in the University’s highly selective seven-year bio-dental program. The petition was started on May 16 by “For Justice in College Admissions,” a group that describes itself as a collection of parents, students, teachers, and researchers focused on addressing injustice in academic research and admissions to highly selective U.S. universities. A 30-page documen that is linked in the petition appears to present numerous instances of plagiarism and fabricated data in six research papers and preprints authored by the two students during high school. Some of the publications include additional co-authors. The petition calls on the two siblings at the center of the allegations – rising College sophomore Annabelle Choi and incoming College first year Madeline Choi – to “admit their wrongdoings and apologize to the researchers whose work they have plagiarized and published as their own.”  The five research papers facing allegations of plagiarism were published between Jan. 7, 2021, and Oct. 18, 2021. Three of the papers were retracted between March 8, 2022, and May 17, 2022, although there do not appear to be formal retraction notices for any of those papers. One of the papers, “Analysis of Technology for Autistic Children: Technologies Created with Therapeutic Objectives may Need to Attain a High Level of Design & Function,” is listed as being retracted and removed "due to legal concerns.”  Throughout each of the papers, the authors appear to have pulled language directly from previously published research by university professors, Ph.D. students, and academics. By analyzing the papers and using CopyLeaks, an online plagiarism detection software, the DP confirmed that the papers share similarities with previously published research, and the percent similarity matches with the numbers that are reported in the petition. For instance, one of the papers authored by Madeline, Annabelle, and two other high school students follows a case study in South Korea on the impact of social networking sites on protests. The study shares nearly verbatim similarities with a 2018 paper published by Sangwon Lee, who is currently an assistant professor at New Mexico State University. The main difference between the papers is the numerical findings, which appear to have been altered in the paper co-authored by the Penn students.  "I would say it is very serious plagiarism, and shouldn't be taken as a simple mistake," Lee wrote in an emailed comment to the DP, noting the verbatim similarities and copied statistics to his paper.  In the now-retracted article about technology for children with autism, authored by Madeline Choi and three other students, there is nearly 60% similarity to research published in 2018 using European survey data, according to CopyLeaks. In addition to similarities between the language of the two papers, Choi and the co-authors appear to have changed the survey numbers but neglected to update the corresponding percentages from the Europeanpaper. In South Korea, the plagiarism accusations have helped fuel criticism of the country’s recently appointed minister of justice, Han Dong-Hoon. Han, who is the uncle of Annabelle and Madeline, has faced allegations since early May that his daughter, Alex Han, paid a college admissions consulting firm to write multiple research papers and online books. By Jared Mitovich 05/19/22 12:54am

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Busan, South Korea
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time : May 22, 2022 4:30 AM
duration : 18h 38m 33s
distance : 20.5 mi
total_ascent : 1693 ft
highest_point : 386 ft
avg_speed : 7.8 mi/h
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The following is an article of "The Daily Pennsylvanian". Alex Han is the daughter of the recently appointed minister of justice, Han Dong-Hoon. What a shame! https://www.thedp.com/section/news ☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆ Over 4,000 people have signed a petition calling on Penn Admissions to investigate allegations of plagiarism against two Penn students enrolled in the University’s highly selective seven-year bio-dental program. The petition was started on May 16 by “For Justice in College Admissions,” a group that describes itself as a collection of parents, students, teachers, and researchers focused on addressing injustice in academic research and admissions to highly selective U.S. universities. A 30-page documen that is linked in the petition appears to present numerous instances of plagiarism and fabricated data in six research papers and preprints authored by the two students during high school. Some of the publications include additional co-authors. The petition calls on the two siblings at the center of the allegations – rising College sophomore Annabelle Choi and incoming College first year Madeline Choi – to “admit their wrongdoings and apologize to the researchers whose work they have plagiarized and published as their own.”  The five research papers facing allegations of plagiarism were published between Jan. 7, 2021, and Oct. 18, 2021. Three of the papers were retracted between March 8, 2022, and May 17, 2022, although there do not appear to be formal retraction notices for any of those papers. One of the papers, “Analysis of Technology for Autistic Children: Technologies Created with Therapeutic Objectives may Need to Attain a High Level of Design & Function,” is listed as being retracted and removed "due to legal concerns.”  Throughout each of the papers, the authors appear to have pulled language directly from previously published research by university professors, Ph.D. students, and academics. By analyzing the papers and using CopyLeaks, an online plagiarism detection software, the DP confirmed that the papers share similarities with previously published research, and the percent similarity matches with the numbers that are reported in the petition. For instance, one of the papers authored by Madeline, Annabelle, and two other high school students follows a case study in South Korea on the impact of social networking sites on protests. The study shares nearly verbatim similarities with a 2018 paper published by Sangwon Lee, who is currently an assistant professor at New Mexico State University. The main difference between the papers is the numerical findings, which appear to have been altered in the paper co-authored by the Penn students.  "I would say it is very serious plagiarism, and shouldn't be taken as a simple mistake," Lee wrote in an emailed comment to the DP, noting the verbatim similarities and copied statistics to his paper.  In the now-retracted article about technology for children with autism, authored by Madeline Choi and three other students, there is nearly 60% similarity to research published in 2018 using European survey data, according to CopyLeaks. In addition to similarities between the language of the two papers, Choi and the co-authors appear to have changed the survey numbers but neglected to update the corresponding percentages from the Europeanpaper. In South Korea, the plagiarism accusations have helped fuel criticism of the country’s recently appointed minister of justice, Han Dong-Hoon. Han, who is the uncle of Annabelle and Madeline, has faced allegations since early May that his daughter, Alex Han, paid a college admissions consulting firm to write multiple research papers and online books. By Jared Mitovich 05/19/22 12:54am
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