Chinese girl flips the script in the best way possible on her dad who thought she should lose weight
- A little girl in China captured the hearts of many after she was filmed telling her father that he does not need to lose weight and that she loves him.
- The girl’s father walks with her believing that she is overweight; however, shemistakes the walk as her father’s attempt to lose weight himself.
- In the video, when the father suggests taking “a gentle stroll everyday,” his daughter tells him that she loves him “no matter what you will become.”
- The video has garnered over 7 million views since being uploaded on Monday.
When a Chinese father took his daughter for a walk to help her lose weight, the little girl mistakenly believed her father was the one who wanted to shed some pounds and reminded him that she loves him no matter what.
In a video uploaded to Weibo on Monday, the unnamed girl — who is purportedly in kindergarten — is filmed by her mother taking a walk along a nearby river in Shandong province of eastern China. The father purportedly believed his daughter to be overweight and decided to accompany her on a light stroll after dinner on Sunday, reported Xinhua.
- A TikTok user uploaded a video on Tuesday showing viewers what “the perfect body” looked like throughout history using her own edited body as examples.
- In addition to the edited visual representation, she includes descriptions of what was purportedly considered an ideal body type for women in various time periods.
- She then questions current trends and states that treating body types as a “fast fashion trend is so out of style.”
Blogilates’ Cassey Ho had her own body edited to match the beauty standards for women throughout history in a video that has gone viral since being uploaded on Tuesday.
Using a series of edited visual representations of herself, the CEO and head designer of the fitness brand Popflex and Blogilates covers the purportedly ideal body types of different time periods, including the 2020s, 2010s, 2000s, 1990s, 1950s and from 1400 through the 1700s.
A TikTok user recently went viral for her response to being called fat by a random stranger in a restaurant.
Food vlogger and strawberry lover @Strawberrifyme was filming herself trying a strawberry dessert to review for her over 59,000 followers when a stranger suddenly interrupted her.
- Curve model Yumi Nu has responded to a tweet from Canadian psychologist Jordan Peterson that says her 2022 Sports Illustrated Swimsuit cover is “not beautiful.”
- The 25-year-old model andsinger of Japanese and Dutch descent was widely celebrated for being the first Asian American plus-sized model to be on the magazine’s cover.
- However, the 59-year-old Canadian psychologist was not impressed and wrote in a tweet: “Sorry. Not beautiful. And no amount of authoritarian tolerance is going to change that.”
- In a recent TikTok post, Nu is seen lip-syncing the lyrics to Nicki Minaji’s song “Itty Bitty Piggy,” mouthing: “I don’t even know why you girls bother at this point. Give up. It’s me. I win. You lose.”
Curve model Yumi Nu has fired back at author and psychologist Jordan Peterson for his criticism of her Sports Illustrated Swimsuit cover.
Nu, 25, was widely celebrated for being the first Asian American plus-sized model to be on the magazine’s cover.
- A plus-size woman impersonates imperial concubine Yang Guifei at a Tang Dynasty-themed shopping center to promote body confidence amid negative stereotypes.
- Wang Yu, 28, has been garnering attention for her body positivity role-play content on Weibo, where she has 15,000 followers.
- After gaining weight from hormonal medication, Wang said that wearing traditional Chinese Hanfu clothing gave her confidence and joy.
- Although Wang was initially disheartened by negative comments, she began to embrace her body and maintain “an attitude of kindness and optimism.”
- Wang’s role-play of Yang as a plus-size woman opened a discussion on Weibo about changing negative stereotypes of plus-size body types in China.
Many Weibo users say they are inspired to change negative attitudes towards plus-size body types after watching a 28-year-old woman impersonate a legendary, ancient Chinese beauty with confidence and positivity.
Wang Yu, from Shanxi Province in central China, has garnered attention for her impersonation of imperial concubine Yang Guifei, also known as Yang Guifei. Wang portrays the historical figure for up to 10 hours a day at a Tang Dynasty-themed shopping center to attract customers and tourists.