A group of grandmothers in San Francisco Chinatown is bringing awareness to anti-Asian violence through the power of song and dance in a new Cantonese performance called Gai Mou Sou Rap.
Lyrical advocates: The rap translates to “Beware of the Chicken Feather Duster,” in reference to the common household item familiar to the grandmas in the group known as the Grant Avenue Follies.
A 94-year-old woman was surprised to receive a jersey from one of her favorite NBA players after Twitter user Lili Gu shared with the world just how much her grandmother loved the sport.
Gu’s grandmother appears to have become an avid basketball fan during the COVID-19 pandemic, taking extensive notes of her favorite NBA players as she studied the games.
These vogue grandmas, or “glam-mas” as their fans affectionately call them, are too busy putting together incredibly age-defying outfits at over 60 years of age and showing off their fashion know-how on the streets to bake cookies for you.
The stylish grandmas, as they call themselves in Mandarin, have retired but connected over restarting their modeling careers from the ground up with a training course over 20 years ago, reported Reuters.
A unique bond that blossomed between two strangers in northeastern China has become the envy of the nation after their story went viral on social media.
The parties involve a 94-year-old woman and a fire station official from Liaoning province, who now treat each other as “grandmother” and “grandson,” respectively.
An 83-year-old grandmother from Japan says she got into the porn industry after her husband passed away and only wants to shoot scenes with younger actors.
Ogasawara Yuko, who grew up with a strict education, initially thought her life would be as simple as her mother’s, who lived as a housewife as her husband worked in an office, according to China Press as translated by World of Buzz.
A Vietnamese grandmother living with dementia has given her grandchildren early wedding rings in anticipation that she may no longer be with them when their time to marry comes.
Pham Le, 88, handed the rings to her granddaughter, Amy Nguyen, and her sister, who came all the way from California to visit her home in Ho Chi Minh last week.
After 10 years of hard work and determination, an 80-year-old grandmother was finally awarded her college degree in social science on Friday.
Yasuko Fujii, a Japanese immigrant who came to the United States in the mid-1960s, waited nearly 60 years to get her college degree. According to CBS8, Fuji had to to put her education on hold in order to raise her family.
A 33-year-old man who opened a door for a grandmother trying to enter a bakery in Seogwipo on Jeju Island, South Korea has been arrested on charges of manslaughter, police said.
The man came to the bakery at 1:50 p.m. on May 16 when he encountered the 76-year-old woman struggling to open the entrance door, Daum reported.
A woman in eastern China had the shock of her life after learning that the “little iron ball” she gave her grandson three years ago was, in fact, a live grenade.
Police discovered the “toy” at the residential complex in Suzhou, Jiangsu province after dealing with another case on Sept. 9.
It took four police officers to convince a little boy in China to let go of his grandmother’s hair which he started pulling after he was told that she could not buy him a new toy.
In the viral clip captured by one of the bystanders on a street in Qingyuan, Guangdong Province, the boy can be seen tightening his grip while the woman struggles to get up.
Meet Ms. Qi, a 73-year-old backpacker who has probably visited more epic places than anyone from the younger generation.
Qi has already visited the United States, as well as many countries throughout Europe and Asia, and she does all of her traveling solo.
A Filipino grandmother’s struggle with technology has recently gone viral on local social media.
Facebook user Jonathan Gonzales posted a video on Monday featuring his grandma’s hilarious chat with Alexa, Amazon’s intelligent personal assistant.