While a shirt that says “Not My Problem” may indicate a hint of implied indifference of its wearer, nothing could be further from the truth in the case of a Vietnamese mom who was seen sporting such tee while doing charity work.
The unfortunate gaffe was highlighted by her daughter in a social media post that has received quite the attention on the popular Facebook group, “Subtle Asian Traits.”
A couple in Japan has managed to prevent their toddler from crying in the absence of his mother thanks to an ingenious parenting hack.
The trick, which the child’s father shared on Twitter, involves the use of giant cardboard cutouts, which are placed in strategic locations around their house.
This is the moment an 84-year-old woman found delight in a piece of candy she received from her 107-year-old mother.
The heartwarming scene, which was caught on video, took place after a wedding reception in Henan province, Central China on Sunday.
Jonathan Nguyen has amassed over 4,000 followers on Facebook and it’s fair to say, he’s definitely easy on the eyes.
However, it was not his own good looks and charm that made him go viral on the Facebook group Subtle Asian Traits, but rather, his unbelievably stunning and youthful mother.
A Filipino mom was checking her son’s wallet when she discovered four condoms and her reaction may have been unconventional from how other parents would react.
A mom’s hilarious clapback at her pilot son last week has left many laughing after her daughter shared it on Twitter.
When 20-year-old Ismaeel Khan got his private pilot’s license last year, his mother, Sarah, took pride in his accomplishment. While she is very supportive of her son’s success, she can still dish some classic Asian mommy lines at him from time to time.
A Korean mom on a 10-hour flight from Seoul to San Francisco is raising the bar after surprising passengers by handing out goodie bags to apologize in advance for bringing her 4-month-old baby Junwoo on board.
Dave Corona, a passenger on that flight, posted about the incredibly kind gesture on Facebook.
Eight months ago, a 59-year-old Thai woman with dementia left her house to see her son who lived nearby, but ended up walking 400 miles to China.
The woman, identified as Kaeomanee Arjaw, belongs to the ethnic Akha hill tribe. She lives in Chiang Rai, which is situated in the mountainous Golden Triangle zone, bordering Laos and Myanmar.
Police at a university in Maryland have put out an alert for a middle-aged woman who has been approaching students on campus looking for a date on behalf of her son.
Towson University officers received several complaints about the mom approaching students in two different buildings on campus, where she reportedly showed students a picture of her son on her cell phone before asking if they would be interested in a date with him, according to The Baltimore Sun.
A woman in east-central China posed as a “groom” to give her widowed mom the wedding photos she never had.
The woman, identified as Ma Er, took her 63-year-old mother, Chen Zhaolian, to a photo studio to realize her dreams in late September.
A mother has gone viral on social media for her tear-jerking photos with a note left by her daughter.
Victoria Nguyen, who attends UCLA, shared snaps of her mother crying after she left home for school last week.
Supermom Flying Across the Country Because Her Daughter Had a Headache is Asian Parenting at its Best
A mother who got a text from her sick daughter and flew across the U.S. to see her by evening is winning praise on the internet.
Grace Li, a 22-year-old biology teacher in New York City, messaged her mom, Shixia Huang, to tell her that she was ill on March 16.