United States President Donald Trump was recently one-upped on Twitter by an 18-year-old student from India on the topic of climate change.
Instead of bashing Trump on his views on climate change, the student, Astha Sarmah, who is from Jorhat in Assam, educated the president about weather and climate in a rather well-spoken manner.
A Filipino-Canadian boy is living the dream of many die-hard basketball fans. Not only did he receive props and exposure for his hoops skills from the NBA, he also received a message from Warriors superstar Stephen Curry.
Ryusei “Ryuji” Imai, an 8-year-old boy from Nara, Japan, is going viral for being able to copy Bruce Lee’s exact moves from the iconic films “Way of the Dragon” and “Enter the Dragon.”
Ryuji shared the now viral video a few days before his birthday to his more than 292,000 followers on Facebook, demonstrating his amazing nunchuk skill.
A Chinese mother disgustingly allowed her child to pee in a bowl as she continued to scroll through her phone at a restaurant in Fangzhuang District of Beijing, China.
One of the restaurant patrons, who was disgusted by the sight, decided to take a picture of the incident and post it on China’s social media platform, Sina Weibo.
Few things are more pathetic than spoiled children struggling to make it on their own, but somewhere in Chongqing, China, a 23-year-old kid (not a man) named Chen Dong is crying on doorsteps “sad-eyed and defeated,” asking everyone from bank tellers to police officers to lend him money after his parents cut him off.
A total stranger to the art of begging, he’s resorted to asking bank tellers to borrow money, because, you know, money must come from banks and stuff.