An untrained German Shepherd has gone viral on Chinese social media for acting as a lookout for his little human, Guanlin, so she could watch TV instead of doing her homework and for picking up the delivery when his owners are not home.
Nuomi, a German Shepherd adopted by the family four years ago, was not a trained canine, but he knows how to alert the little girl whenever her parents are coming, according to South China Morning Post.
An elementary school student in northern China died after blood vessels to and from her brain ruptured as a result of the whacking that she received from her mother for making errors on her homework.
The 8-year-old girl, who lived in Tongchuan, Shaanxi province, reportedly watched cartoons while doing her homework one afternoon, which apparently affected her focus.
A 13-year-old girl from Chongqing, China has gone viral after successfully launching her own homework service during the Chinese New Year holiday.
An eight-year-old boy in southeastern China ended up in the hospital after being punished for failing to submit his homework on time.
The boy, a third-grader from Chenzhou, Hunan province, received his assignment before the winter holiday with the instruction to deliver it at the start of the new school term.
A Chinese schoolgirl was found to be using a “writing robot” to do homework and now many students are hoping to get their own machines.
According to her mother referred by her surname Zhang, she found out that her 15-year-old daughter purchased a robot to help get her homework done during the Lunar New Year holiday.
A Taiwanese father stirred up debate online after he deliberately tore up his son’s toxic homework, which could have kept him up until daybreak.
There’s a new trend going on in Japan where thousands of netizens are getting hooked at watching regular people — or even popular YouTubers — study and do their homework.
A morning show in Japanese recently reported how young people in the country do their homework while the clip plays in the background, according to Kotaku.
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 young boy in China may end up being scarred for life after enduring a cruel and unusual punishment for not doing his homework.
The cruel parents of the unnamed student decided it best to teach him a lesson by crucifying him in the middle of the street. The photo of the child, which went viral earlier this week on Chinese social media, shows him on his knees on a crate while tied up to a wooden cross on a street in Chongqing.