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TikToker shares heartwarming video of his late grandfather learning how to say a Cardi B song title

  • In memory of his grandfather, a Chinese Canadian TikTok user shared clips of short videos that they made together before his death.
  • The first clip shows the user teaching his grandparents how to say “hospital” while the second clip shows him teaching them a vulgar phrase.
  • TikTok users offered their condolences, describing the video of the two clips as both “wholesome” and humorous.
  • The video has garnered over 8,000 likes and 71,000 views at the time of writing.

A TikTok user whose grandfather died a month ago shared heartwarming video clips that they made together before his death. 

The Chinese Canadian user, @esafung, posted two clips in one video where he teaches his grandparents English phrases. In the first clip, he teaches his grandparents how to pronounce “hospital.” In the second clip, the user teaches his grandparents the explicit phrase “wet ass p*ssy,” made popular by rapper Cardi B in her 2020 hit song of the same name, without explaining its meaning. 

‘Please come again’: Japanese train station mails back passenger’s lost item with touching message

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  • Twitter user @GlraFFE posted about a train station in Japan’s Hokuriko region that mailed back their lost travel tumbler with a sweet message.
  • The user, who lives in the Kanto region of Japan, would have had to travel back about 249 miles to retrieve it and asked the train station to mail the tumbler to their home.
  • When the tumbler arrived, the user found a heartwarming message attached, prompting many other social media users to comment on the post to share similar experiences.

Twitter user @GlraFFE shared a heartwarming story about a train station in Japan that returned their lost tumbler along with a sweet message.

Upon arriving at home, the Twitter user realized they had lost their tumbler on the Shinkansen bullet train in the Hokuriku region of Japan. After calling the station, GlraFFE was informed that the lost item had been found and requested that it be mailed back due to the long distance between their home and the train station, reported SoraNews24.

Chinese Widow Has Cared for Severely Disabled Neighbor for Over 30 Years

Wu Yuxia, a 60-year-old widow from Dangui, Sichuan province, China has provided round-the-clock care for her severely disabled neighbor, Liu Siqiang, for more than three decades now.

The 56-year-old bedridden Liu, who lost his mother while he was only six and his father at 10, was struck by a debilitating disease that left him blind and deaf back when he was still in his teens, according to via South China Morning Post.