While the spotlight is now shining on recent PGA Champ Collin Morikawa, some are focusing their attention on his 24-year-old girlfriend, Katherine Zhu, who has always displayed pride in her boyfriend’s achievement over the past few months.
Zhu, who attended Pepperdine University in California, joined the 23-year-old professional golfer in celebrating the victory after winning the US PGA Championship on Sunday at TPC Harding Park in San Francisco, according to New York Post. The couple posed together beside the Wanamaker Trophy.
The husband of the first reported fatality linked to COVID-19 in Los Angeles County has been refused testing for the virus.
When 72-year-old Roddy found his 68-year old wife Loretta unresponsive on March 9, he tried everything he could to revive her. In his panic, he performed mouth-to-mouth resuscitation and chest compression as she no longer had a pulse, the Los Angeles Times reports.
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An elderly couple in Shenzhen, China is melting hearts online after photos and videos emerged showing their meeting probably for the last time in a hospital’s Intensive Care Unit (ICU).
Peng and her husband Gao were both admitted to the University of Hong Kong-Shenzhen Hospital after the wife suffered a brain hemorrhage on July 8 and her husband had a heart attack on July 17, according to Chinese media Weixin via World of Buzz.
A man from Taiwan and a woman from mainland China ended up becoming a couple after crossing paths on a flight that forced them to hold each other’s hands due to some turbulence.
The man, identified as Xu Zhewei, took to Facebook to share photos from his life-changing trip on July 3, sparking hope for netizens who believe in destiny.
Reality show “90 Day Fiancé: The Other Way” recently introduced its latest couple, Deavan Clegg and Jihoon Lee, to its viewers.
Clegg is a 22-year-old single mom based in Salt Lake City, while Lee is a 29-year-old used phone dealer from South Korea.
Short men have found another reason to believe that height does not matter thanks to a couple proving their existence in a now-viral photo.
A couple in Sichuan province, China made quite a scene on May 20th — often called Chinese Valentine’s Day — after the ungrateful woman slapped her partner a total of 52 times after her boyfriend failed to buy her a new phone.
The scene was captured on both surveillance footage and phone video footage from pedestrians, which clearly showed the woman berating the man and reaching out several times to slap his face while the man remains still and simply takes the abuse.
A Chinese woman has caused a stir on social media after her mother-in-law found out that she spends the majority of her monthly salary buying crayfish.
The revelation happened when the woman’s husband asked his mother for money to pay for their daughter’s horse-riding lessons.
Netizens slammed a couple from Brussels who dangled out of a moving train in Sri Lanka to capture what they described as one of their “wildest kisses.”
Jean and Camille, known as @backpackdiariez on Instagram, claimed to have quit their corporate jobs in London to travel the world together.
A brave young couple in China saved each other from certain death after a fire broke out inside their apartment building.
The couple, Li Shuo and his wife Wang Xue, quickly fled their unit on the seventh floor of the apartment building in Shenyang, Liaoning province when the fire happened on February 28.
A couple in Taiwan parted ways just before the Lunar New Year over a disagreement on the appropriate amount one’s parents should receive in little red envelopes.
The story, which has since sparked discussions, came to light after the now ex-boyfriend shared screenshots of their conversations on Facebook, according to Now News.