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But a group of Asian-American parents gathered in a town hall on a recent Saturday to discuss whether their children are experiencing too much stress — and how to help them stay emotionally healthy in a community steeped in high expectations. The debate over academic pressure is not restricted to Asian families. It is a familiar topic at many high schools across Greater Boston amid rising anxiety over exorbitant tuitions, diminishing acceptance rates at elite colleges, and an uncertain job market. A recent conference for parents at Needham High School focused on raising resilient teens. In recent years, Lexington High has created stress-reduction days and gotten rid of weighted grade-point averages that gave extra points for AP and honors classes. One in three students in Lexington is Asian, the second-largest ratio in the state, after Quincy. Together with school officials, parents, students, police, mental health, and cultural organizations, she created the Asian Mental Health Initiative, which sponsored the March 29 meeting.
Stomach-churning video shows piece of ‘raw meat’ crawl off restaurant customer’s plate
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The pink piece of flesh began wiggling on the plate, before pulling itself off the side and tumbling onto the restaurant floor. Its sudden, unexpected movement prompted a horrifying scream from a diner at the table of the Asian restaurant. The clip was shared on Facebook by Rie Phillips, who lives in Florida, and has prompted widespread speculation about what it actually shows. Some commenters have claimed the clip is fake, according to MailOnline , and that the meat was pulled away by a piece of string. Others were less skeptical, and said the meat may have moved because it was so fresh, meaning its muscles were experiencing spasms.