- An 11-year-old Chinese boy broke down in tears after receiving a textbook-themed birthday cake as a reminder to do his homework.
- His mother promised him a Pikachu birthday cake but changed her mind at the last minute.
An 11-year-old boy from China burst into tears after receiving a textbook-themed cake on his birthday.
The boy’s mother, Ms. Zhang from Jiangsu Province, China, had reportedly promised her son a Pikachu birthday cake; however, she decided to change its design at the last minute as a surprise on Jan. 8.
BTS’ Jin garnered over 100 million views on Weibo in just a day with his reaction to a blooming flower candle lit for his birthday.
The “cute candle guy”: To celebrate his 29th birthday celebration on Dec. 4, the K-pop star went live on South Korean livestreaming service V Live. His surprise and amazement over his flower candle blossoming and spinning circulated on social media.
An act of random kindness left a hardworking food delivery man in China in tears.
Weibo users shared the story of a delivery man in Wuhan, China who could not get a day off to celebrate his birthday.
A fifth grader in Iowa recently celebrated her birthday in class by throwing an awesome boba tea party for her classmates.
Ammya, a boba-loving student from Des Moines, reportedly wanted to bring bubble tea for her classmates to celebrate her birthday instead of the traditional cupcakes or cake.
A baby boy who dressed up as a Korean emperor to celebrate baek-il, the first 100 days of his life has gone viral on Twitter.
Over the weekend, user Lorraine Ye posted pictures of her nephew Elliot, who was clothed in a hanbok and surrounded by a bounty of food and ornaments.
A man in southern China prepared a giant bouquet of banknotes to the tune of 334,000 yuan ($52,283) for his girlfriend’s birthday.
The lavish party reportedly took place in a VIP room on the 61st floor of a hotel in Chongqing on May 16.