- A 10-year-old boy has been arrested in Zhaodong City, Heilongjiang, in China for strangling his grandmother to death.
- Video of the incident has been circulating online.
- The boy can be seen placing his grandmother in a headlock chokehold as she repeatedly hits him with a slipper in an attempt to escape.
- The elderly woman stops moving and the boy eventually lets her go.
- The 10-year-old was reportedly instigated by his three friends, who have also been taken into police custody.
A 10-year-old boy has been arrested in China for placing his grandmother in a headlock chokehold and strangling her to death.
In a viral video circulating online, the grandmother can be seen slapping the boy in the head twice before he punches her in the chest and grabs her by the neck.
Chinese boy who went viral for correcting planetarium’s mistakes now teaching astronomy to classmates
- A Chinese boy who previously went viral for correcting a mistake at a planetarium is now teaching astronomy at his school.
- While exploring a planetarium in July, the boy discovered that an educational film about the Long March rockets contained numerous inaccuracies.
- A video went viral of the boy pointing out the mistakes in frustration.
- At the opening ceremony for the new school year, the boy was invited to teach his classmates about astronomy and space science.
- The boy hopes to teach more astronomy lessons to his classmates.
A 9-year-old boy in China who previously went viral for pointing out inaccuracies in a video shown at a planetarium is now teaching astronomy to his classmates.
- A boy in China was caught trying to hide his homework in a display refrigerator at a shopping center in Hangzhou, Zhejiang province.
- The boy takes out a notebook from his backpack and quickly leaves it in the freezer while checking that no one around him is watching.
- A store employee discovered the notebook and identified the boy through CCTV.
- The boy and his mother returned to the store and the notebook was handed back along with a complimentary box of stationary.
CCTV footage in China caught a little boy hiding his homework in a display refrigerator at a shopping mall.
On Aug. 16 in Hangzhou, Zhejiang province of eastern China, a young boy kneels in front of what appears to be a display refrigerator inside of a store. He pulls a notebook out of his backpack as he cautiously checks his surroundings. He then quickly places it inside the display refrigerator and walks away.
- A 9-year-old boy in China has been praised for attempting to perform CPR on his mother after she was injured and knocked unconscious in a car accident.
- The woman was riding an electric bicycle to pick up her son on July 19 when she was involved in the car accident.
- After he was unable to rouse his mother through CPR, the boy held an umbrella to shield her from the heat while waiting for an ambulance.
- The boy’s mother regained consciousness on the way to the hospital.
After a woman riding an electric bicycle was knocked unconscious in a car accident, her 9-year-old son rushed to the scene and performed CPR in an effort to wake her.
On July 19, the woman was reportedly riding an electric bicycle in Hefei, Anhui province of eastern China, to pick up her son when she was involved in a car accident and rendered unconscious. In a video uploaded to Weibo by Jimu News on July 19, the woman can be seen laying on the ground in a busy traffic intersection with blood oozing from her head.
- An 8-year-old boy in China has gone viral for angrily pointing out factual errors in an educational video about China's Long March rockets.
- While visiting the planetarium on Saturday with his father, the boy noticed that an educational film being shown to visitors had various inaccuracies.
- Chinese social media users praised him for his knowledge of China’s space industry.
- In response, the planetarium stated that the errors would be corrected as soon as possible and expressed gratitude for the boy’s discovery.
While exploring a planetarium in China, an 8-year-old boy was outraged to discover that an educational video about the Long March rockets contained numerous inaccuracies.
On Saturday, Yan Hongsen and his father visited a planetarium in Lhasa, Tibet, an autonomous region of China. When approaching an educational film that was being played for visitors, Yan noticed that it contained numerous factual errors.
- A furious 10-year-old boy in Shanghai was caught on camera brandishing a vegetable knife and threatening to kill a healthcare worker.
- The incident allegedly occurred because the healthcare worker scolded the boy after informing him that it would be difficult to conduct a city-mandated COVID-19 test on him while he is on his hoverboard.
- Angered by what the healthcare worker said, the boy allegedly retrieved a vegetable knife from his house and returned to the testing area to threaten the man.
- A video of the incident, shared by Chinese news outlet Xing Shi Pin on Sunday, shows the boy screaming as he is being pinned down by healthcare workers with the knife in one hand.
- After the knife is taken away and he is no longer restrained, the boy can be seen punching another man and telling a concerned elderly woman to “get lost" or else he would "beat her up."
- The boy, who left the scene on his hoverboard, has yet to be identified.
A 10-year-old boy went viral on Chinese social media for threatening to kill a man with a vegetable knife after allegedly being told it would be difficult to conduct a city-mandated COVID-19 test while he was on his hoverboard.
Gu Guang Zhao, a 12-year-old boy from Henan, China, quit attending his school earlier in October to help his severely ill mother at home and to raise money for her kidney transplant.
After learning that his 40-year-old mother is slowly dying due to kidney failure, Gu wrote to his teacher earlier last month if he could stop going to school to help his mother, according to Chinese media via AsiaOne. Gu, who was a top student in school with many awards under his belt for his academic achievements, began working at a very young age to help raise money for his mother’s operation. As said on the reports, the estimated amount that he had to raise was 500,000 yuan (US$75,578). Unfortunately, the family’s saving has already been tapped out due to his mother’s daily dialysis needs, even incurring a 100,000 yuan (US$15,115) debt. But despite these problems, Gu still worked hard for his mother.
A 4-year-old Chinese boy who is only identified by his nickname Bei Bei finally found a school that will take him in — after several others rejected him due to an accident that left him disfigured.
Bei Bei kept trying his luck to get into a new school since March 2016. However, he got repeatedly turned down because of the serious facial burns he received from the accident in 2015, according to South China Morning Post.