A man broke down in tears after he learned that his elderly mother passed as soon as she finished preparing the Mother’s Day meal that he missed.
The woman, who is believed to be a single mother and had raised her son by herself after a divorce, was found dead by her neighbor, only identified as Lau, after a strong stench started to come from her house.
It’s no surprise that men haven’t always been on the forefront when we think of parenthood. However, it’s 2018 and it’s time for things to be equal– including parenting. It’s a shame to think that some people out there think that being a good parent could diminish some idea of “masculinity.” Well, here are Asian dads who are the epitome of masculinity and fatherhood.1. The Ballet Bodybuilder
This bodybuilder father who not only lifts dumbbells, but uplifts his daughter while in a tutu.
A 64-year-old father from Chiayi, Taiwan is in the final stage of colorectal cancer, but he still chose to be a part of his daughter’s special day by covering the head of the bride with a wedding veil on April 11.
A 70-year-old mother from Singapore has shown unconditional love as she travels from one city to another every day just to give her widowed, shut-in daughter her food.
The mother has been traveling to her daughter’s apartment unit in Bedok Reservoir Road from Toa Payoh every single day for the past three years, according to Lianhe Wanbao.
A disturbing video of a father viciously slapping and stomping on a little girl in China has been making the rounds on Chinese social media.
In the clip taken from a mobile device, the girl can be seen being stepped on by a grown man while a terrified crowd watches nearby. He then picked the toddler up and slapped her face several times. When one of the onlookers asked him why he was beating the child, he responded by saying there’s “nothing’s going on.” The despicable act reportedly happened at a bus station in northern China in Langfang, Hebei Province on December 2, reports The Paper (via Mail Online).
A teacher from Shuikoushan Middle School, located in Yongzhou, China, was hospitalized after being severely beaten by one of her students’ parent.
The teacher was assaulted by a parent after they discovered she criticized the boy for having a score of 3 out of 100 on a Chinese exam.
Local authorities in Louisiana have arrested a 40-year-old father whose infant daughter died after he inadvertently left her in his car for an entire day.
According to the Jefferson Parish Sheriff’s Office, the father, identified as Sheng Li, was supposed to drop 11-month-old Claire Li off at daycare on Thursday morning, but instead, forgot about her and headed straight to work.
When it comes to raising a child, parents have different disciplinary techniques, but a mother from central China may have crossed the line when she locked her “noisy” toddler inside a dog cage so she could continue playing mahjong.
After receiving a mountain of negative criticisms, the 35-year-old mother from Liuyang denied allegations that she locked her son in the cage but admitted to placing him in an empty cage just “briefly.”
My parents always taught me the importance of humility and gratitude. These values have always stuck with me and I’m eternally grateful that they raised me right. This is why I feel like flipping a table over every time I see somebody mistreating their parents.
A video has gone viral in China showing a spoiled and sorry excuse of a son punching and kicking his parents on the street. What’s the reason behind the attack, you ask? Because they bought an apartment as a wedding present that turned out to be “too small” for his tastes.
One mom in Malaysia caused an outrage among netizens after an image of her eight-year-old daughter chained to a lamppost was shared on social media and went viral on Wednesday.
Local authorities have questioned the 30-year-old mother who claimed she tied the primary school student to the concrete column at their Lagoon Perdana apartment to teach her a lesson. She said her daughter refused to go to school at the nearby Bandar Sunway.
There appears to be a happy ending to the folk tale-like story of the Japanese parents who abandoned their naughty 7-year-old son in the forest after all.
Six days after Yamato Tanooka had reportedly “disappeared,” soldiers found the young boy alive though he was left with neither food nor water and dressed in merely a t-shirt and jeans. Somehow, he had survived the cold and rainy wilderness in the forests of Japan’s northernmost island.
When parents photograph their children they usually strive to make their kids look as angelic as possible in a beautiful place set among the clouds or a field of flowers. That was not what photographer dad Joshua Hoffine was going for in his pictures at all.
Hoffine, who is based in Kansas City, Missouri, captures the most ghoulish scenes people have nightmares of as children.