Many netizens’ hearts were broken after a first-grade student from Dawo county in Sichuan Province, southwest China, made a reference about his often absent father in his math homework.
The boy, who is only identified by his surname Luo, was asked in his homework “How many people are there in your family?” according to Chongqing Morning Post’s report on Monday via South China Morning Post. Luo, who is a part of a family of four with his father, mother, and a younger sister, brazenly wrote in his paper “three”.
A poor Chinese farmer recently made the painful decision to dig a grave for his critically ill daughter and just wait for her death.
The father, named Zhang Liyong, had reportedly spent all the family savings in treating Zhang Xinlei, the two-year-old child diagnosed with a serious blood disorder called thalassemia.
A little girl studying on the side of a cold street in China has broken the hearts of pedestrians.
Six-year-old Ji Honghong, a first-grader at Nanzhuang Primary School in Linshu county, has been begging with her father on weekends.
Earlier this week, Stacey Feeley, a mother from Traverse City, Michigan took the following photo of what seemed to be an innocent photo of her 3-year-old daughter.
However, when she asked her daughter what she was doing, she was horrified by her response. She posted her heartbreaking experience on Facebook.