This article[1] tells the real story of a postdoctoral fellow in the United States who was abused by a mentor in 1988. The author of the article proposed to establish a good mechanism to protect the basic rights and interests of postdocs. However, twenty years later, the author’s concerns do not change in reality, as demonstrated by an Editorial article published on the journal of Nature [2].
[2]https://www.nature.com/articles/d41586-018-07479-7 amirite?

A Chinese Blogger's article [3] [4] got viral in the community of oversea Chinese researchers. In this article, the author detailed how the mentor abused him in three important things: visa, training, and pay[5] [6] . Two parties, the postdoc and the Chinese professor, are vigorously arguing about whose fault it was. The original article [7] was posted on Sciencenet.cn. According to the author of the blog, Mingyuan Wei, the article was unexpectedly received overwhelming attention oversea[8].
[3] https://www.wenxuecity.com/news...8/8266039.html
[4] https://posts.careerengine.us/p...dd1216891a2731
[5] https://www.wenxuecity.com/news...8/8266039.html
[6] https://posts.careerengine.us/p...dd1216891a2731
[7] http://blog.sciencenet.cn/home....amp;id=1173052blog.sciencenet.cn/home.php?mod=space&uid=3363507&do=blog&id=1176515

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