- Jared Eng, 25, pleaded guilty on Friday to murdering his mother in a New York City apartment before disposing of her body in a garbage can in New Jersey in 2019.
- Eng slashed his mother’s throat and brutally beat her in their shared Tribeca apartment on Jan. 31, 2019. With the help of his girlfriends, they disposed of the corpse into a garbage can at a family home in Morristown.
- Eng changed the passwords for Chin’s bank accounts and searched for inheritance lawyers.
- His motive was to speed up his inheritance of $11 million, according to prosecutors.
- Eng faces a minimum of 18 years to life in prison. He was ordered to be held without bail and is scheduled to be sentenced on Oct. 18.
A college student pleaded guilty to murdering his mother in a New York City apartment before disposing of her body in a garbage can in Morristown, New Jersey.
Jared Eng, 25, pleaded guilty to one count of second-degree murder at the Manhattan Supreme Court on Sept. 16 for the murder of his 65-year-old mother, Paula Chin, in 2019.
Singaporean student wowing British quiz show viewers could identify every country, their capitals at age 6
- “University Challenge” contestant Maximilian Zeng has become a social media darling for his impressive performance on the British quiz show.
- The 22-year-old Singaporean student and his teammates at Imperial College London won against the University of Reading team in the quarterfinals of the show’s 51st season.
- Zeng’s ability to answer almost every geography question correctly earned him praise online.
- The biochemistry student revealed that he received his first world map when he was 3 and was able to identify all countries and capital cities in the world by age 6.
- Imperial team captain Michael Mays was criticized online for allegedly ignoring Zeng and teammate Fatima Sheriff while focusing mainly on teammate Gilbert Jackson when seeking answers.
A Singaporean contestant on the British quiz show “University Challenge” is dazzling viewers with his impressive geography skills.
The Feb. 14 episode of the long-running TV show featured 22-year-old Maximilian Zeng and his Imperial College London teammates dominating against the University of Reading team in the quarterfinals of the show’s 51st season.
An Instagram user posted screenshots of an exchange with an individual who verbally abused her with racial slurs and insults.
In her post, user @vanillako, whose name is Vanessa, lamented the rising “racist and xenophobic motivated attacks” against Asian Americans as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Family and friends of a missing Filipino American student are exhausting all efforts in finding any information that would lead to his safe return.
Gavin Cusi Octaviano, a 22-year-old biology student at the University of California, Irvine, has reportedly been missing since Friday afternoon.
A senior undergraduate student at Cornell University has been getting threats after sharing her conservative views on TV last year.
In an essay posted on The College Fix, Neetu Chandak said that her comments on “Fox and Friends” criticizing the description of a college course called “America Confronts the World” for its anti-Trump and pro-Obama rhetoric attracted threats on her life. She claimed that she was constantly harassed to the point that she feared leaving her apartment and finally sought therapy.
A college student attempted to take her own life by jumping in front of a moving train at a station in Putian, Fujian Province on Wednesday afternoon.
Fortunately, one quick thinking railway worker named Weng Jianzhong jumped into action to save the student’s life.
A 19-year-old college student found a lucrative gig sending sexy Snapchats to strangers on Snapchat Premium while her boyfriend made a documentary of it.
After losing her job as a server at PF Chang’s, Hannah Weiiss signed up for Snapchat Premium and began charging subscribers to see her snaps. The student from Long Beach, California claims to have made $2,000 in the span of a month on the social media platform.