This week’s episode focuses on the youth as the DIU gang both bring in stories related to teenagers. Jack is outraged because of a Blog TO article that highlighted the success of two 16-year-olds who found success with their chocolate business. According to Jack, news shouldn’t sensationalize the success of the youth. He also thinks a 16-year-old starting a business is the same as a 60-year-old doing the same thing.
Gavin brings in the story of Jackson Reffitt, an 18-year-old college student who informed the FBI about his dad’s suspicious activities. A few weeks later, his dad went to the Capitol Riots. Upon his return, he threatened Jackson if the cops ever found about his involvement in the riots. The gang discusses the scenario and we find out where Jack draws his line, morally.
Afterwards, the Cantonese Ambassador teaches us some phrases related to today’s issues. Follow along with the lesson by clicking here.
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A 16-year-old couple has a successful chocolate business (via Blog TO).
An 18-year-old teen from Texas informs the FBI about his father (via Huffington Post)