Ivanka Trump posted a photo to her Instagram on Tuesday showing herself with her 1-year-old son, Theodore, learning Chinese characters on a set of educational building blocks.
Little Theodore seems to be following his 5-year-old sister Arabella who has become a viral sensation in China after her mom posted a series of videos on Instagram showing her singing and reciting poetry in Mandarin.
In February, Trump and her daughter visited the Chinese Embassy in Washington to ring in the Spring Festival and partake in the festivities, thanking Ambassador Cui Tiankai the following day by performing a traditional Chinese song while playing with a paper dragon.
According to Shanghaiist, having Trump’s children learn Mandarin seems to be going over well with young Chinese professionals who admire the businesswoman.
One business school student even said that when she wakes up in the morning, she usually asks herself, “What would Ivanka do?”
has also gained some fans who work blue-collar jobs in China, where most of her merchandise are created.
“Ivanka is a very good client,” Zhang Huarong, chairman of Huajian Group, whose factories manufacture millions of shoes for Western brands including Ivanka Trump, told CNN. “But of course, I never imagined Ivanka’s father would become president.”
Meanwhile, Donald Trump has made headlines earlier this week after meeting and dining with China’s President Xi Jinping and his wife Peng Liyuan.