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  1. › wiki › Li_XueruiLi Xuerui - Wikipedia

    Li Xuerui (born 24 January 1991) is a retired Chinese professional badminton player. She is one of the most successful players of her time. She was a gold medalist at 2012 London Olympics in the women's singles event and was the silver medalists in the 2013 and 2014 World Championships. [1] [2] Li Xuerui won fourteen Superseries titles ...

  2. › wiki › Ri_Sol-juRi Sol-ju - Wikipedia

    Ri Sol-ju ( Korean : 리설주; born c. 1985–1989) [1] [2] [3] is the current First Lady of North Korea as the wife of Supreme Leader Kim Jong-un. [4] Little is known about her from official North Korean sources, but outside sources have speculated more about her background. While she has made many public appearances with her husband, she has ...

  3. › wiki › Bling_EmpireBling Empire - Wikipedia

    • Cast
    • Reception
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    Kevin Taejin Kreider – Male model born in South Korea but was adopted and raised in Philadelphia. He narrates the series for the audience.
    Kane Lim – Real estate developer and investor from Singapore, family interests in real estate, shipping, oil and tankers
    Christine Chiu – Philanthropist, couture collector and co-founder of Beverly Hills Plastic Surgery inc. In 2021, she competed in the thirtieth season of Dancing with the Stars. She was paired with...
    Gabriel Chiu – Plastic surgeon and husband of Christine Chiu. Said to be a 24th direct descendant of the Songemperor.

    For the first season, review aggregator Rotten Tomatoes reported an approval rating of 90% based on 10 reviews, with an average rating of 6.7/10. The website's critics consensus reads, "Bling Empiremay be another celebration of lavish wealth, but the focus on an Asian American cast gives this reality program an intriguing layer of cultural celebrat...

    In October 2022, Netflix announced a New York City-set spin-off series Bling Empire: New York. It will star Dorothy Wang, who was a cast member in season 2 of the original series.

    Bling Empire on Netflix
    Bling Empire at IMDb
    • Background and Disappearance
    • Homicide Investigation
    • Trials and Conviction
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    Hae Min Lee was born in South Korea in 1980 and emigrated with her mother Youn Kim and her brother Young Lee to the United States in 1992 to live with her grandparents. Lee attended the magnet program at Woodlawn High School near Baltimore, Maryland. She was an athlete who played lacrosse and field hockey. Lee disappeared on January 13, 1999. Her f...

    Lee's partially buried body was discovered by a passerby in Leakin Park in Baltimore on February 9. Police attention became focused on the person who reported finding the body. The Baltimore City Police Homicide Division received an anonymous phone call on February 12 suggesting that the investigators should focus on Lee's ex-boyfriend and classmat...

    Syed's family hired defense attorney Cristina Gutierrez to represent him. Syed's first trial began in December 1999, but ended in a mistrial after only three days. Jurors accidentally overheard a sidebar dispute between Gutierrez and the presiding judge; Gutierrez interpreted a statement by the judge as tantamount to accusing her of lying and said ...

    Syed appealed his conviction in 2003, which was unsuccessful. He later made an appeal for post-conviction relief in 2010, based on ineffective assistance of counsel. This was based on Gutierrez's failure to investigate an alibi witness, Asia McClain, who maintained she was talking with Syed in the library at the exact time that prosecutors said Sye...

    Serial podcast

    From October 3 to December 18, 2014, the murder of Hae Min Lee and the subsequent arrest and trial of Adnan Syed was the subject of the first season of the podcast Serial. It was developed by the creators of This American Life and hosted by Sarah Koenig.The podcast episodes generated international interest in the trial and were downloaded more than 100 million times by June 2016.

    DNA testing

    After the podcast Serial ended in 2014, there were discussions by the Innocence Project about conducting DNA testing of the physical evidence collected in 1999. Documents obtained by The Baltimore Sunin early 2019 show that Maryland prosecutors tested multiple items tied to the murder in mid-2018 and Syed's DNA did not match any of the DNA present. On March 10, 2022, the Baltimore City State's Attorney signed on to a motion filed by Syed's defense attorney, Erica J. Suter, requesting that the...


    In 2015, attorneys Rabia Chaudry, Susan Simpson, and Collin Miller began producing a podcast called Undisclosed: The State vs. Adnan Syed. Chaudry says she is Syed's friend from childhood and strongly believes in his innocence, while Simpson and Miller became interested in the case from listening to Serial. This podcast involved a detailed examination of the State of Maryland's case against Adnan Syed.Simpson also persuaded Abraham Waranowitz to sign an affidavit saying his original testimony...

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    Margot Lee was born in 1969 in Hampton, Virginia. Her father worked as a research scientist at NASA's Langley Research Center, and her mother was an English professor at the historically black Hampton University. Lee grew up knowing many African-American families with members who worked at NASA. She attended Phoebus High School and graduated from t...

    After college, she moved to New York and worked several years in investment banking, first on the Foreign Exchange trading desk at J.P. Morgan, then on Merrill Lynch's Fixed Income Capital Markets desk. She shifted to the media industry, working at a variety of startup ventures, including the HBO-funded website In 2005, Shetterly and he...

    Hidden Figures: The Story of the African-American Women Who Helped Win the Space Race. William Morrow/HarperCollins, 2016. ISBN 9780062363596.
    NASA-Langley Women's History Month 2014 Keynote: "Hidden Figures: The Female Mathematicians of NACA and NASA"
    Hidden Figures: The True Story of Four Black Women and the Space Race, HarperCollins, 2018. ISBN 978-0062742469.
    Shetterly received a 2014 Book Grant from the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation for her book Hidden Figures.This first nonfiction work went on to win the Anisfield-Wolf Book Award.
    Shetterly has received two grants from the Virginia Foundation for the Humanitiesfor her work on The Human Computer Project.
    She also won the 2017 NAACP Image Awardfor Outstanding Literary Work, Nonfiction.
    On May 12, 2018, Shetterly was awarded an honorary Doctor of Humane Letters degree from Worcester Polytechnic Instituteat its 150th Commencement exercises.
    "Margot Lee Shetterly Wants To Tell More Black Stories". Interview by Ann Marie Cox, The Telegraph., 13 September 2016.
  4. Faker (gamer) In this Korean name, the family name is Lee. Lee Sang-hyeok ( Korean: 이상혁; born May 7, 1996), better known as Faker (Korean: 페이커 ), is a South Korean professional League of Legends player for LCK team T1. Formerly known as GoJeonPa (Korean: 고전파) on the Korean server, he was picked up by T1, then called SK Telecom ...

  5. New Orleans, Louisiana. 1. 3. John McDonogh High School shooting. 18-year-old Steven Williams, and 17-year-old James Tate, opened fire with an AK-47 and a handgun in the gymnasium of John McDonogh High School, killing a 15-year-old student and wounding three female students.