A 4-year-old in Oakland, California died after visiting a dentist where he was given two doses of anesthesia and stopped breathing.
Dung Ly’s mother was in the waiting room of Youthful Tooth and was worried about why her son’s dental procedure was taking longer than expected.
A 12-year-old boy in Nanning, China invented an automated clothes drying rack after he was scolded by his mother for failing to look after their laundry on a rainy day.
The inspiration came to the boy when he got in trouble for playing too much and not noticing that his clothes were left out in the rain.
A 6-year-old boy from Sairang, India has captured the hearts of netizens for attempting the save the life of a chick he accidentally ran over with his bike.
Derek Lalchhanhima was captured on camera arriving at the hospital carrying the lifeless chick in one hand and a 10-rupee bill ($0.14) in another, AsiaOne reported.
A 3-year-old boy who was sold by his own parents last year has finally been reunited with his grandparents who raised him since he was 8 months old.
The child, who is from Fujian Province, China was sold in 2018 after his parents paid 120,000 yuan ($17,816).
Meet Baku Idegami, a 15-year-old boy from Shimane Prefecture, Japan, who is making jaws drop thanks to his stunning looks and style.
A 12-year-old boy in Thailand managed to buy his family a house thanks to his excellent makeup skills and stylish cross-dressing on social media.
Nes, who is currently in elementary school, started playing with his mother’s makeup out of sheer curiosity at a much younger age.
A young Cambodian vendor has captivated netizens around the world after his ability to speak over 10 languages and dialects was caught on film and shared on social media.
Facebook user Venus Gwc posted a short clip of the 10-year-old Khmer boy showing off his linguistic talent while trying to sell souvenirs in Cambodia.
Tragedy befell a 13-year-old boy who was caught on film sticking his body out of a car’s sunroof on a highway in China.
Captured by a passenger in the car just behind the boy’s vehicle, the footage of the teen’s horrific death has been widely shared on Chinese social media platform WeChat.
This is the moment a boy in eastern China managed to escape certain death as huge chunks of concrete fell from the side of a high-rise residential building.
The incident occurred on Aug. 19 in the Xiyinmen estate of Bengbu, Anhui province, according to The Paper.
A heartwarming friendship has bloomed between a 3-year-old boy and a few foreign construction workers from Myanmar, Bangladesh, and India after the child saw them using heavy machinery.
The boy, identified as Jake, made friends with the foreign workers when he saw them doing upgrading works in the car park below his Housing Board in central Singapore last December, according to Straits Times.
A little boy spotted delivering goods in eastern China has gone viral after his pictures surfaced on the Chinese social media app WeChat.
The boy, nicknamed Xiaochangjiang or “Little Yangtze River,” just turned 7.