Color Star Technology to Launch “Star Teacher”- Fan Virtual Meeting Series

NEW YORK, Oct. 9, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Color Star Technology Co., Ltd. (Nasdaq CM: CSCW) (the “Company”, or “Color Star”), a company engaged in the businesses of providing online and offline paid knowledge services for the media, entertainment and culture industries globally, today announced that it, in celebration of its planned Color World App upgrade with the official launch of interactive live video streaming feature which is scheduled on October 15, 2020, will launch a series of interactive live events featuring its growing band of Star Teachers.

The first event (the “Event”) featuring “Star Teacher” Julaiti is scheduled for 8:00 p.m. Beijing Time (or 8:00 a.m. ET) on October 17, 2020. Julaiti is a 20-years old musician who has gained increasing popularity among China’s Gen Z in recent years, following his Top 15 Finalist finish on the “Super Boy 2017”, a highly acclaimed musical competition series on Hunan Satellite TV,

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BISD, Facebook investigating social media threat against teacher

Beaumont ISD Police are investigating after a number of threats were sent to a teacher through anonymous Facebook accounts demanding them to “stop sending work.”

BISD spokesperson Hannah LeTulle confirmed that the district was investigating the matter, but did not provide additional details.

“The district takes any and all threats seriously and is doing so in this situation,” LeTulle said in a statement to The Enterprise, “The matter is under current investigation with the BISD Police Department.”

The messages were sent from at least three separate accounts with fake names including a character from the cartoon “Naruto,” and another with a phrase tied the hacking activist group Anonymous.


A Facebook spokesperson said the accounts have been deactivated for violating the social network’s policies prohibiting fake accounts, and that the company is investigating the matter.

None of the accounts had profile pictures or “about” information prior to their deactivation.

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Former teacher opens new private school in Woodlands

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Orinda Intermediate Teacher Participates In Project Dragonfly

Press release from Merit Pages:

Sept. 26, 2020

Graduate students from Miami University’s Project Dragonfly are participating in a new course with conservationists from around the world to launch a conservation campaign for positive ecological and social change.

Miami’s Dragonfly team developed the course, titled “Earth Expeditions: Connected Conservation (EECC),” in response to the global health crisis and as an alternative to the summer Earth Expeditions travel field courses that take palce in 15 countries throughout the world.

Moraga, Calif. (94610), resident Marshall Sachs, a Global Field Program (GFP) student from Miami University’s Project Dragonfly, was part of an EECC student team who worked together to help support the ongoing work of Dragonfly’s Brazil partner, Associacao Mico-Leao-Dourado (AMLD), a Brazilian non-profit organization dedicated to saving golden lion tamarins and supported in the U.S. by the non-profit organization Save the Golden Lion Tamarin. The team created a website to engage families

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