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A TikTok user has come under fire on Twitter after posting a video painting Chinese people as consumers of bats and therefore responsible for the spread of COVID-19.
A high schooler in Ontario, Canada learned a life-saving lesson after putting an entire harmonica in her mouth: don’t.
Mollie O’Brien, who managed to film her struggle, was trying to entertain her younger cousin when the musical instrument got stuck. The struggle ultimately led to a trip to the hospital.
A young woman in Maryland is now fighting for her life after vaping and using Juul destroyed nearly all of her lung tissues, according to her medical tests.
Claire Chung, 19, had a consistent fever of 104 degrees Fahrenheit (40 degrees Celsius) in the weeks leading to the morning of Christmas Day when she finally rushed to the emergency room.
A 14-year-old boy from Beijing is going viral after he turned the 800 yuan ($119) he borrowed from his mother into over 16,443 yuan ($2,400) in a matter of 8 days by opening an ingenious mini arcade business.
Using the money he borrowed, the teen, identified only as Yang, bought 400 glass bottles and 300 ping pong balls and started a mini game arcade stall, according to China Press as translated by World of Buzz.
A Saudi teenager has been placed “under the care” of the United Nations refugee agency UNHCR after making a desperate plea for asylum upon her arrival in Thailand.
According to 18-year-old Rahaf Mohammed al-Qunun, she fled from her family during a trip to Kuwait to escape the physical and psychological abuse she received from them.
A 17-year-old race car driver from Germany survived a horrific crash on Sunday at the Formula 3 Macau Grand Prix.
Sophia Floersch, who fractured her spine in the terrifying 172 mph (274 kph) crash that sent her car flying off the track, underwent her first surgery on Monday.
An 18-year-old Japanese woman is now suing the Osaka prefecture government for forcing her to dye her naturally brown hair to black, which resulted to irritation on her scalp.
Multiple applications of the chemicals for the dye had caused a severe reaction on her scalp, giving her rashes as well as damaged hair, according to Japan Times. The student, who is left unnamed because she is still considered as a minor in the country, is looking to sue the Osaka government for 2.2 million yen ($19,300) for the damages.
Police are now investigating the claims of a 14-year-old girl who said she was allegedly raped by up to 40 men in 2016 in a Thailand village that has a population of 100.
According to the unnamed victim, who is from the village located on the island of Koh Raed, Phang Nga Province, Thailand, the sex assault happened between the months of May and December 2016, The Independent reported.
A 13-year-old boy from Osaka was referred to a juvenile consultation center by Japanese authorities for allegedly selling a smartphone virus through an online market place.
The boy, a second grader at a public junior high school whose name has been withheld, admitted his crime to the Nara prefectural police’s cyber crime division on Tuesday, and said he was in need of pocket money, according to The Japan News.
One daughter in Vietnam helped her dad score major points with his crush in the most adorable and unexpected way, melting thousands of hearts online in the process.
It all began when Angeline Tu Tran, 18, who was raised in California but born in Vietnam, decided to travel back to her home country to visit her retired dad after graduating from high school.
A minor accident devastated one Chinese teenager after he learned how much he needed to pay to repair a side mirror on a Bentley.
The unnamed 15-year-old boy who was riding his scooter on his way home from school reportedly smashed into a Bentley car parked by a roadside in Zhengzhou, Henan Province.
An unnamed Hong Kong businessman has won the bidding to claim a Romanian teenager’s virginity which was recently put up for auction via an escort agency.
The bid, facilitated online by renowned escort firm Cinderella Escorts, was won for 2.3 million Euros (almost $2.5 million), according to The Sun.