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US school shooter's parents charged with manslaughter, wanted by police******


This combination of photographs released by the Oakland County Sheriff's Office in Michigan on December 3, 2021, shows James and Jennifer Crumbley of Oxford.。

The parents of a 15-year-old who shot dead four students at a US high school with a gun bought by his father were preparing on Friday to turn themselves in to authorities after being charged with involuntary manslaughter, their lawyers said.。

The whereabouts of James and Jennifer Crumbley, the parents of shooting suspect Ethan Crumbley, remained unknown on Friday, prompting authorities in Oakland County, Michigan, to consider them fugitives.。

But the Crumbley's lawyers Shannon Smith and Mariell Lehman told AFP that after leaving town on the night of the shooting "for their own safety," the parents "are returning to the area to be arraigned."

Oakland County prosecutor Karen McDonald, in a rare move by law enforcement, had announced that each of the parents face four counts of involuntary manslaughter.。

"These charges are intended to hold the individuals who contributed to this tragedy accountable and also send the message that gun owners have a responsibility," McDonald said at a press conference.。

"While the shooter was the one who entered the high school and pulled the trigger, there are other individuals who contributed to the events on November 30 and it's my intention to hold them accountable as well," she said.。

A law enforcement official told CNN that the parents withdrew US$4,000 from a money machine near Oxford on Friday, heightening the mystery over their disappearance.。

But County Sheriff Michael Bouchard said he expected them in custody soon. "They cannot run from their part in this tragedy."

Four students, aged 14 to 17, were killed in the shooting at Oxford High School north of Detroit and six more were wounded, along with a teacher.。

Ethan Crumbley has been charged as an adult with state murder and terror charges.。

While school shootings carried out by teens occur frequently in the United States, it is unusual for parents to face charges.。

Four days before the shooting, James Crumbley bought the 9mm Sig Sauer semi-automatic handgun used by his son.。

Ethan was with his father at the time of the purchase at a local firearms store and the teen posted a picture of the gun on his Instagram account, writing "just got my new beauty today" along with a heart emoji.。

According to police, Ethan Crumbley recorded a video on his cell phone the night before the attack saying he was planning a shooting at the school the next day, but it was not posted online.。

That same day, a teacher at the school had observed Ethan Crumbley searching for ammunition on his cell phone during class and reported it to school officials.。

His mother was contacted by the school but did not respond to voice-mail or e-mail messages.。

McDonald said Jennifer Crumbley did exchange a text message about the incident with her son that day, writing: "lol I'm not mad at you. You have to learn not to get caught."

'Don't do it'

The parents were summoned to the school on the day of the shooting itself after a teacher was "alarmed" by a note she found on Ethan Crumbley's desk, McDonald said.。

It featured a drawing of a gun and the words "The thoughts won't stop. Help me."

It also had a picture of a bullet, a person who had been shot and the words "my life is useless" and "the world is dead," she said.。

The parents were shown the drawing at a meeting with school officials and advised that they needed to get the boy into counselling within 48 hours.。

McDonald said they resisted taking their son home and he returned to class. He later entered a bathroom, emerged with the gun, which he had concealed in his backpack, and opened fire.。

"The notion that a parent could read those words and also know that their son had access to a deadly weapon that they gave him is unconscionable and I think it's criminal," McDonald said.。

"I am angry," she said. "I'm angry as a mother. I'm angry as the prosecutor. I'm angry as a person that lives in this county.。

"We need to do better in this country," she said. "We need to say enough is enough for our kids, our teachers, parents, for all of us in this community and the communities across this nation."

Ethan Crumbley fired off at least 30 rounds, reloading as fellow students fled.。

Students and teachers barricaded themselves in classrooms, as they had been taught to do in drills, and some escaped through windows.。

McDonald said Jennifer Crumbley, when she heard about the shooting, had texted her son, saying, "Ethan don't do it."

James Crumbley drove home and called the emergency line 911 to report that a gun was missing from his house and that he believed his son may be the shooter, McDonald said.。

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With love and devotion, volunteers across US bring Chinese language, culture closer to Americans******

Shiyin Yao is a research biologist from San Diego whose work involves developing flu adjuvants – substances for vaccines that help enhance the body's immune response to an antigen.。

But science is not her only love and devotion. After volunteering to teach at a local Chinese language school as her own children were studying there and more teachers were needed, Yao realized that she quite enjoys working with kids.。

"Many kids, Americans or Chinese Americans, have no exposure to Chinese, and don't know how to speak it, read it or write it," she explained to Xinhua. "So we start simply: speaking first. Then we introduce them to Pinyin. Then we can move on to teach the stroke sequences for more complex characters."

Across the United States, more public-spirited volunteers like Yao are doing their part in local schools and communities to help share the best of the Chinese language and culture with their American neighbors. And many of them came to San Diego on Saturday to tell their volunteering stories during a meeting held on the sidelines of the 13th National Convention and Chinese Education Conference.。

The conference, which run from Friday to Sunday, was organized by the Chinese School Association in the United States, a non-profit organization established in 1994. More than 200 representatives of Chinese language schools nationwide took part in the event.。

Yu Ye, a public school teacher at Arizona's Mandarin Immersion Program, also attended Saturday's meeting. Acting as a volunteer every Saturday at the Contemporary Chinese Language School in Phoenix, capital city of Arizona, Ye said she has developed very different strategies to teach the Chinese language to American and Chinese American kids.。

"Teaching is a passion of mine, and what I learn by teaching these two different types of students helps me to contribute better to their education and to the whole community," she said proudly.。

At the meeting, Xiao Dong, principal of the Talent School of the St. Louis Modern Chinese School (SLMCS) in Missouri, said traditional Chinese artforms, like calligraphy, singing, dancing and mask-making, are all taught to the local communities.。

"As the first-generation Chinese American immigrants, we carry our culture with us to share with our American neighbors," he said.。

The world will be more globalized in the post-pandemic era, and "we want to help that global melting pot happen faster," he said. "We start sharing our culture by sharing our food," he smiled. "Everyone loves Chinese food!"

The SLMCS hosts a two-day Chinese food and culture fair each summer, which attracts over 8,000 local participants annually, and a Chinese New Year celebration each winter.。

Shu Zhang, a parent staff volunteer at the SLMCS, told Xinhua she has volunteered from her heart. "I wanted to be a good example to my own children, a boy, 16, and a girl, 12, not to just tell them that getting involved in the community was important, but to lead by example."

In Georgia, public schools have been adding Chinese language classes to their official curriculum at a phenomenal rate – from just four schools in 2000 to more than 100 in 2012.。

Li Wang, owner and principal of the largest Chinese language school in Columbus, Georgia, told Xinhua she has witnessed the positive effect Chinese classes are creating on student behaviors.。

"We have white students, black students, Indian students, and Chinese and Korean students in our classes. Learning Mandarin together helps them to get along and play well together. And their parents know it will benefit them and their careers in the future," she said.。

Yueming Cheng, a retired automotive engineer from San Francisco, has been volunteering in a local Chinese language school, because she felt the classes are a very important way for immigrants to remember their culture.。

"When they come to the US, they get very involved in American culture, but they don't want to lose the unique things that Chinese culture has to share," she said.。

"People need to know about both cultures, so they can help improve US-China relations," she added.。




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