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Viral video captures moment 5-year-old is slapped out of his chair by classmate’s father in China

  • A 5-year-old kindergartener in Nanjing, China, suffered a bruised and swollen face after being slapped by the father of his classmate on Saturday.
  • A now-viral video, which has amassed over 400 million views on Weibo, shows the moment the man, identified only as Lu, smacked the boy off his stool and sent him flying onto the floor.
  • The boy’s grandfather, identified only as Zu, raised the chair he was sitting on in an alleged attempt to hit Lu.
  • In response, Lu shoved the senior onto the floor, breaking his leg.
  • An investigation revealed that the kindergarten feud started when the boys fought over a toy in the playground. Zu’s grandson allegedly scratched the back of the head of Lu’s son with the toy, resulting in a cut.
  • Lu was detained on a charge of assault.

A 5-year-old boy in eastern China suffered a bruised and swollen face after being slapped by the father of his kindergarten classmate over the weekend.

The incident, which was caught in a now-viral video, occurred in the boy’s home in Nanjing on Saturday, according to local reports.

Crying father drops off daughter at dream college in wholesome viral video 

  • A now-viral Instagram video posted by Preksha (@pre.xsha) on Wednesday shows her overjoyed parents dropping her off at Miranda House College in New Delhi, India.
  • "Pov: You made your parents proud," the video’s onscreen text says.
  • “They were dropping me off at ‘our’ dream destination Miranda House College, Delhi University,” Preksha explained in her post’s caption. “It was my first day so we were just exploring the campus and suddenly i noticed tears rolling down my father's eyes. He was so overwhelmed with happiness and was on another level of emotions.”
  • Several Instagram users commented on Preshka’s video, with many of them sharing that it brought them to tears.
  • “Too real. This is so beautiful I’m ugly crying at it.. Welcome to Miranda ya!” one Instagram user commented.
  • Preksha’s viral video has already amassed over 12.4 million views and 1.3 million likes.

A video of a father shedding happy tears while dropping off his daughter at her new college last week has gone viral. 

In an Instagram video posted by Preksha (@pre.xsha) on Wednesday, the man can be seen crying beside his wife while they ride in a rickshaw around Preksha’s campus in New Delhi, India.

Man gets Jollibee tomb in memory of his love for Chicken Joy

  • The Relleve family commissioned two local artists in the Philippines to paint their late father’s tomb with the logo and mascot of Jollibee, his favorite fast-food chain, in preparation for All Saints' Day.
  • According to the man’s daughter, Angelle Roa Relleve, loved Jollibee and would cook his version of the fast-food chain’s popular “Chicken Joy” at home in the ‘90s because their province did not have a Jollibee branch at the time. 
  • "Upon opening the first branch of the food chain Jollibee in the mid-90s in Legazpi City near the St. Gregory Cathedral, we were overjoyed as we experienced and tasted Chicken Joy for the first time with the family,” Angelle shared. “When my brother and sister, who were living and working in Manila, came back home, Papa always asked them to treat us at Jollibee."

A family in the Philippines honored their late patriarch this year by painting his tomb with the colors, logo and mascot of his favorite fast-food chain, Jollibee.  

In preparation for All Saints’ Day in the Philippines, it has become an annual tradition for the Relleve family to paint the tomb of the late Jose Reodique Relleve with colorful murals that include elements of things he liked while he was still alive. 

Man charged for beating daughter says it’s ‘acceptable’ in China

  • A Chinese man has been arrested and charged in Serbia for assaulting his 14-year-old daughter at a tennis court in Belgrade.
  • A now-viral video of the incident shows the man punching, kicking and dragging the girl by the hair multiple times.
  • Croatian actor Igor Jurić, who shared the video, called the unidentified father a “monster.”
  • The harrowing footage also triggered reactions from professional tennis players, including former world No. 1 women’s doubles champion Pam Shriver, who called on Serbian tennis player Novak Djokovic to intervene “behind the scenes.”
  • The unidentified Chinese national reportedly admitted to his actions but tried to justify them as normal and acceptable behavior in China.

A Chinese man has been arrested and charged in Serbia for assaulting his own daughter at a tennis court in Belgrade, according to reports.

A video of the incident shows the man punching, kicking and dragging the 14-year-old child by the hair multiple times.

Man gets parasitic infections after swallowing live crab as ‘revenge’ for pinching his daughter

  • A man named Lu from Zhejiang province in China suffered a parasitic infection after consuming a live crab that pinched his daughter.  
  • Lu, 39, sought medical help after he experienced extreme back pain two months later.  
  • Dr. Cao Qian of Shao Yifu Hospital detected pathology changes in his chest, abdomen, liver and digestive system but was unable to determine the cause of the pain.
  • Cao said he “repeatedly asked him if he had ever eaten game, or anything unusual, anything that could cause allergies.”
  • When his wife recalled the crab-eating incident, the patient finally admitted that he had consumed a live crab out of revenge for hurting his daughter.
  • Cao recommended treatments after a blood test revealed that Lu was infected with at least three parasites. Lu has since recovered. 

A Chinese man ended up with multiple parasitic infections after eating a live crab that pinched his daughter.

The 39-year-old man, identified only as Lu from Zhejiang province in China, told his doctor that he swallowed the crab alive in retaliation for pinching his daughter. 

Chinese sexologist creates ‘male virtue’ program that teaches men how to become better fathers

  • Fang Gang, a Beijing-based sexologist and sociologist, started a nonprofit “male virtue” program that aims to teach men how to become better fathers and partners.
  • “Many men have shown interest as they see this as a way to improve their marriage and their relationship with their children," Fang said. “At least from the media and public discourse, I have seen more discussion about gender issues and reflection on the role of men.”
  • Fang created his program several years ago on the heels of controversial classes in China that aimed to teach women that males are superior to their female counterparts.
  • His classes will be available to the general public in Shanghai, Shenzhen and Chengdu next year. He has chosen three teams — out of 17 teams that reportedly signed up — to support him.
  • These teams' members are required to teach other men in their respective cities after attending Fang's training sessions.
  • Fang launched the first iteration of his program in 2015, but only two men reportedly registered at the time.

A Beijing-based sexologist and sociologist who created a nonprofit “male virtue” program was surprised to find that more than 30 men signed up for his training sessions after the same program flopped around seven years ago.

Fang Gang started the first iteration of the program in 2015 to teach the opposite of what “female virtue” schools at the time did. Those institutions, which caused outrage across China, reportedly upheld patriarchal beliefs and taught women to take a back seat.

Singaporean Twitch streamer abandons ‘Valorant’ livestream to save father’s life

  • A video of Singaporean Twitch streamer Ng Sher Ren stopping her “Valorant” livestream to save her father’s life has gone viral.
  • In the TikTok video, Ng can be seen playing the first-person shooter game with three teammates before hearing a sound nearby.
  • After realizing that her father is not feeling well, she abandons her online match.
  • “My dad had a heart attack… his heart stopped once in the hosp [sic]. His condition is stable now,” Ng wrote in her post’s caption.
  • TikTok users commended Ng’s decision to attend to her father – even if that meant losing her match.
  • Ng’s video, which was posted on Thursday, has already garnered over 670,000 views and more than 80,000 likes.

A video of a Singaporean Twitch streamer stopping her “Valorant” livestream to save her father’s life has gone viral.

TikTok user and influencer Ng Sher Ren posted the 30-second clip on Thursday. The video, which has already garnered over 670,000 views and more than 80,000 likes, starts with a zoom in of a scoreboard and onscreen text that says, “Threw the game but saved my dad’s life.”

An Air India flight attendant is winning hearts for how he handled a crying baby mid-flight

  • Air India flight attendant Neil Malkam earned online praise for consoling a crying toddler mid-flight.
  • The child’s father, Jeevan Venkatesh, uploaded a video on Instagram that shows Malkam carrying the young girl down the aisle of the plane. 
  • “Really appreciate the sweet gesture of a @airindia.in staff, It was a surprise when my daughter felt comfort lying in the stewards shoulder, thanks to him,” the appreciative father wrote. “Lots of changes in this trip after Tatas takeover.”
  • Instagram users  lauded the employee for his kindness, while others pointed out that he still helped out even though he was not obligated to.
  • Venkatesh’s video has already garnered over 3.1 million views and 228,300 likes.

An Air India flight attendant is winning hearts online for consoling a crying toddler mid-flight.

Uploaded by the child’s father, Jeevan Venkatesh, on Aug. 7, the now-viral Instagram video shows flight attendant Neil Malkam going beyond his duties to ensure everyone has a peaceful flight. 

Chinese parents win netizens’ hearts after transforming truck cabin into ‘princess bedroom’ for their daughter

  • A mother and father from Qujing, a city in China’s Yunnan province, have captured the attention of Chinese social media users for transforming their coal freight truck cabin into a “princess bedroom” so that their 4-year-old daughter can travel with them on the road.
  • The mother, only identified by the surname Hu, shared a video of her trucker husband and their daughter on social media earlier this month. The clip has already garnered more than 110 million views on Weibo.
  • “We are 24 years old, not too young or too old; we cannot make everyone happy, but we will continue to work hard to make our little home better and better and our parents and child happy,” Hu wrote in response to questions from fans.
  • Several social media users praised the couple for being “caring and loving,” while another person wrote, “Where the parents are is home.”

A mother and father from Qujing, a city in China’s Yunnan province, have captured the attention of Chinese social media users for transforming their coal freight truck cabin into a “princess bedroom” so that their daughter can travel with them on the road.

The mother, only identified by the surname Hu, posted a video of her trucker husband and their 4-year-old daughter on Douyin earlier this month.

Chinese man, 80, sues his adult son for $15,000 for mocking him after he failed a math quiz

  • An 80-year-old Chinese father sued his adult son, Luo Jun, for 100,000 yuan (approximately $14,840) after the latter mocked him for failing a math quiz during a family gathering in China’s Jiangxi province in May.
  • The incident reportedly started when the father,  identified by the pseudonym Luo Wen, bragged that he was good at math.
  • His son reportedly said he would give him credit if he could prove his claim, then mocked him after he failed to multiply two four-digit numbers.
  • The older Luo allegedly slapped his son while the latter pushed him to the ground.
  • “How dare he beat me, please help me and arrest such an unfilial son,” the father told Chinese media outlet The Paper, to which his son reportedly responded, “You’d better call the police, after all, it’s not the first time for you to make the call.”
  • A local court instructed both men to write a letter to each other in an attempt to reconcile their differences, and Luo Wen reportedly said that he wants "to live with his family in peace and spend his final years living in harmony."

A Chinese father sued his adult son for mocking him after he failed a math quiz during a family gathering in China’s Jiangxi province in May.

The incident reportedly started during the family gathering when the 80-year-old father, who was identified by the pseudonym Luo Wen by local media, bragged that he was good at math, the South China Morning Post reported, citing Chinese media outlet The Paper.

Chinese girl flips the script in the best way possible on her dad who thought she should lose weight

girl tells dad not to 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.

Chinese father-of-2 works 19-hour shifts to help 7 additional children from struggling families

  • A father of two works tirelessly as a decorative worker and chauffeur to support seven additional children living in difficult circumstances.
  • The 35-year-old man began supporting the first child in 2014 and later funded two more children from two different families the same year.
  • Every month, the man visits each family and provides them with basic necessities such as rice and cooking oil as well as gifts on each child’s birthday.
  • The man has spent eight years sending each child to school with a new backpack and clothes at the beginning of every school year.

A Chinese father of two has worked two jobs to support seven additional children living in difficult circumstances since 2014.

Yang Jun, a 35-year-old man from Fuyang, Anhui Province, in eastern China, reportedly works as a decoration employee during the day and a chauffeur at night to fund seven children from struggling families. Yang typically works until between midnight to 3 a.m. and purportedly sleeps for less than five hours a day.