Kindergarten in Japan teaches preschoolers how to use horn on school buses to prevent hot car deaths
- The Musashino Junior College-affiliated child care center in Saitama Prefecture, Japan, is holding drills to teach young children how to sound the horn if they are left alone in a vehicle.
- This drill comes after the death of a 3-year-old girl who died of heatstroke in a school bus.
- The children were taught how to sound the school bus’ horn by sitting on the steering wheel.
- Along with their guardians, there were 42 children who participated in the drill on Sept. 12. They are expected to complete the safety class by Sept. 16.
Following the death of a 3-year-old girl who died of heatstroke in a school bus, a child care facility in Japan is holding drills to teach children how to sound the horn if they are left alone in a vehicle.
The Musashino Junior College-affiliated child care center in Sayama, Saitama Prefecture, included the drill in its annual traffic safety class to teach children how to seek help by themselves in case of emergency.
- Liu Xiaohui, a 48-year-old man, killed three people and injured six others in a stabbing spree at a kindergarten in Jiangxi province, China, on Wednesday morning.
- The suspect remains at large.
- Local police are offering a 100,000 yuan (approximately $14,797.50) reward for any direct information that leads to solving the case.
- Liu was captured on surveillance video wearing a black cap, a surgical mask, a white button-down shirt, light-colored trousers, white trainers and carrying a black bag while calmly walking away from the scene after the incident.
Three people were killed, and six others were injured in a stabbing spree at a kindergarten in Jiangxi province, China.
Liu Xiaohui, the 48-year-old suspect, stormed the private Children’s Home kindergarten in Anfu county at about 10:00 a.m. local time on Wednesday, according to local police.
A group of kindergarten students from China went viral this week for their impressive performance of a dribbling game that sought flawless synchronization.
The game, aptly called “Cooperation,” required the students to bounce two balls four times before they can jump to their right and dribble the next pair.
An elderly woman diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease tried to pick up her adult daughter from a kindergarten that she used to attend over three decades ago in Nanjing, Jiangsu province, China.
Kids these days really grow up so fast. Probably not as fast as this 5-year-old kindergartener from Shanghai, China, who already has a number of accomplishments listed in his 15-page curriculum vitae.
In images that have now gone viral on Chinese social media, the kindergartener went on to list his accomplishments as well as his parents’ credentials, who both graduated from Fudan University (one of the country’s prestigious universities) and both work for Fortune 500 companies, according to Shanghaiist.
A former kindergarten teacher is suing the school he worked at after he was fired for being part of the LGBTQ+ community in the first case of its kind in China.
The teacher, whose name was not revealed, was let go from his school in Qingdao, Shandong province in August, according to Reuters.
A mother in China sobbed helplessly as she watched her four-year-old son choke to death through the kindergarten’s surveillance camera.
The child’s final moments were captured live on the classroom’s CCTV, which the mother watched on her computer screen at home in Hunan province.
A kindergarten in China sparked discussions on social media after it dissected a whole pig in front of students.
As seen in a viral Pear video, a man in white cut the pig open and pulled out its organs while explaining the process to more than 600 children, Sohu reported.
RBY (Red Blue Yellow) Education’s Beijing branch, a private Chinese preschool company in China, has come under fire after accusations of drugging and sexually molesting its students have surfaced on the internet.
Parents of students stormed RYB Education’s Beijing branch in Chaoyang District on Thursday, demanding to speak with the school’s principal on suspicion of child molestation, according to Shanghaiist. They also demanded to see the Closed-Circuit Television (CCTV) footage of the classrooms to find evidence if the school staff did, in fact, commit these heinous crimes.
A 4-year-old Chinese boy who is only identified by his nickname Bei Bei finally found a school that will take him in — after several others rejected him due to an accident that left him disfigured.
Bei Bei kept trying his luck to get into a new school since March 2016. However, he got repeatedly turned down because of the serious facial burns he received from the accident in 2015, according to South China Morning Post.
A group of kindergarten students in China put on a show with their moms in honor of Children’s Day on Wednesday, but one kid couldn’t seem to hold it in any longer and decided to pull on stage.
A video taken at the school in Hejin county, Shanxi Province has been making the rounds on Chinese social media, showing the child in the first row pull down his pants to pee on what appears to be a potted plant.