A security guard working at an elementary school in southern China injured 37 students in a “knife-stabbing incident,” according to local authorities.
The incident, which also left two teachers injured, took place at Wangfu Central Primary School in Cangwu County, Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region (GZAR) on Thursday (8:30 p.m. ET Wednesday).
A pair of siblings from Columbus, Ohio is showing how a simple gesture of kindness could make the world of a difference to a person in need.
Taran Tien, 9, and his sister, Calliope, 6, are melting hearts on social media after videos of them performing a concert for an elderly neighbor emerged online.
Teenagers in Canada and the United States are pledging not to have children until the governments push plans to take serious steps against climate change.
Emma Lim, the 18-year-old founder of the #NoFutureNoChildren climate change movement, is taking a stand by refusing to have children of her own in the future unless the government does something about the growing concern.
A new survey claims that children from the United States and United Kingdom would prefer to be YouTube stars while those from China want to be astronauts.
As part of the celebration for the 50th anniversary of the historic Apollo 11 Moon Landing, Harris Poll on behalf of LEGO had conducted a survey that asked 3,000 children to choose from five different professions that they would like to have when they grow up. The choices available included: astronaut, musician, professional athlete, teacher, or vlogger/YouTuber.
With the aim of encouraging poor parents to send their children to school instead of stone quarries, a small school for underprivileged students in India began accepting plastic waste as school fees.View this post on Instagram
Akshar accepts plastic packets as school fees. The plastic is recycled for construction. What if every school does something like this? #recycle #environment #sustainability #aksharforum #sdg11 #globalgoals #aksharfoundation
South Korean actor Song Il-kook revealed that his triplets experienced a few encounters with racism during their stay in France.
A “group selfie” capturing a moment of awe-inspiring innocence has gone viral on social media.
The image shared by Indian photographer Atul Kasbekar and actor Boman Irani, shows five kids posing for a selfie.
A fascinating new feature by BBC Stories sheds light on the children of Chinese immigrants from Hong Kong who moved to the United Kingdom in the 1950s to begin a new life.
Many of them started small restaurants for their livelihood, creating a generation, or two, of kids who grew up helping out in the family eatery business a couple of decades later.
Vietnamese netizens are raving about the young models who recently strut their stuff on the catwalk in what has got to be the most adorable fashion show in the world.
South Korea is reportedly offering more cash and incentives to entice people to have more children as previous efforts to curb declining fertility rate remain unsuccessful.
Now among the world’s lowest, the country’s fertility rate (measured as the average number of children a woman is expected to have in her lifetime) could cause a significant decrease in its population within the next 10 years.
Dr. Ricardo Pun-Chong was chosen as CNN’s “2018 Hero of the Year” for his decade-long commitment to charity work in Peru.
He has provided free housing, meals and support for poor families of sick children receiving free treatment.
A Chinese man desperate to have a son is now behind bars after selling his second daughter for 40,000 yuan ($5,740).
The man, identified as “Xiaohui,” sold his 10-day-old daughter to a couple in Hubei, over 1,200 kilometers (745 miles) away from their Zhejiang home in September.