- Kajal Kiran, an Indian social media influencer, is facing backlash for kicking a dog in an Instagram reel.
- A repost of her deleted video has since gone viral, with several social media users voicing their anger toward Kiran’s behavior.
- Some users tagged the Mumbai police, citing animal abuse, while others reported her social media.
- Following the heavy backlash against Kiran’s actions, the content creator has since uploaded four apology videos on her Instagram account.
- In the videos, she claims to be an animal lover and vows not to harm any animals again.
An Indian social media influencer has apologized after facing backlash for kicking a dog in an Instagram reel.
In the now-deleted video, the influencer, identified as Kajal Kiran, can be seen calling for a dog to come closer. As the dog approaches her, she kicks it away, causing the dog to yelp.
- One little girl in China is going viral for putting her jacket over her dad after noticing how hard he works to plan the menu for their business.
- A clip shared by People magazine on Instagram shows a man dozing off on the restaurant’s kitchen counter.
- The man, named Wang, fell asleep while working on the menu, according to the video.
- His daughter sees her father sleeping and adorably puts her jacket over him to keep her dad from freezing.
- Wang wakes up and appears to start crying after noticing the little girl’s jacket on his back.
A little girl in China has gone viral for placing her jacket over her dad after noticing how hard he was working to plan the menu for their business.
A clip shared by People magazine on Instagram shows a man dozing off on his restaurant’s kitchen counter. The man, named Wang, fell asleep while working on the menu, according to the video.
- A Singaporean influencer and her companion became teary-eyed in a video shared on Wednesday after seeing a number of elderly Japanese people eating alone in a ramen restaurant.
- Taylor told AsiaOne that she has a soft spot for the elderly and often finds herself feeling sad whenever she sees them alone or working while she is in Singapore.
- “It's not because I am pitying them, but because I think that old people should not be working,” she said. “Instead, they should be enjoying the rest of their lives on this beautiful earth.”
- While conformity and being part of a group was paramount in Japan over a decade ago, the country has seen a drastic shift in how its society views eating alone in public as its citizens are now starting to embrace being solo.
A Singaporean TikToker and her companion became very emotional after they saw several elderly Japanese people eating alone in a ramen restaurant while visiting Japan.
Shannon Taylor, a Singaporean influencer, shared a video on her TikTok channel on Wednesday showing their emotional reaction after seeing the restaurant was filled with elderly Japanese people eating alone.
Woman unleashes racist tirade at Asian woman; throws rocks at Asian journalist after being confronted
- An Asian woman took to TikTok to share an encounter she had with a Black woman who went on a racist tirade against her at a gas station in Capitol Hill, Seattle.
- According to TikTok user @lycheemarteenee, she started recording after the woman began yelling out racist remarks at her.
- "Go eat your dog with some rice, b*tch" the woman can be heard yelling repeatedly at @lycheemarteenee, who then approaches the woman’s vehicle to capture the woman's license plate.
- In the video, the woman yells, “Go back to your country, b*tch,” and, “Go do some nails or some feet or something, b*tch.”
- In a separate TikTok post, the user explained that she had confronted the woman earlier after seeing her being rude to a senior Asian gas station attendant.
- Journalist Jonathan Choe found the woman from the video and asked her to share her side of the story, but the woman refused to address the incident or apologize for her behavior.
An Asian TikTok user captured the moment a Black woman went on a racist tirade against her at a gas station in Capitol Hill, Seattle.
First uploaded by a user who goes by the name of Stephanie (@lycheemarteenee) on TikTok, the footage of the incident appears to have been taken down but has since been reposted on Reddit.
- A South Korean social media personality was traveling in India when he was racially harassed by a local while walking down an alleyway.
- In the video, the YouTuber and TikToker known as Tooth Breaker is filming himself strolling the street at night when a man hanging out with a group of friends shouts, “Coronavirus!”
- Tooth Breaker asks the man if he thinks he is of Chinese origin and if he has eyes, pointing to the Hangul on his hat.
- The man’s friends laugh behind him as he responds with, “Korea! K-pop!”
- It is unclear where the video was recorded, but a sign for the Hotel Amax Inn, which is located in New Delhi, is seen in the background.
A South Korean social media personality was traveling in India when he caught the moment he was racially harassed by a local while walking down an alleyway live on camera.
In the video, the YouTuber and TikToker known as Tooth Breaker is filming himself strolling the street at night when a man hanging out with a group of friends shouts, “Coronavirus!”
Man shares how he finally landed his Google job after nearly a decade of trying in viral Instagram post
- Instagram user Advin Roy Netto (@advinroynetto), who has been applying for a job at Google since 2013, posted a video on Friday about finally clearing his Google interview.
- In the wholesome clip, which has already amassed over 2.7 million views and 194,000 likes, his mother and wife can be seen reacting happily to his good news.
- “We generally see the good side of any story on social media,” Netto wrote in his video’s caption. “What we need to understand is the effort that went behind it. … Every year, when I don’t hear back [from Google], I check what’s wrong with me. I tried to make changes in my resume and portfolio and try again.”
- “After a certain point, I thought I didn’t have a degree from a reputed design college, which could be one of the reasons,” he continued. “I don’t have control over that, but I have control over improving my portfolio and resume. So after several failed attempts, here I am.”
- Near the end of his post’s caption, Netto included a list of tips and important lessons he learned throughout his Google application journey.
An Instagram post with job application tips from a newly hired Google employee has gone viral.
On Friday, Instagram user Advin Roy Netto (@advinroynetto) posted a video about finally clearing his Google interview.
- In a viral TikTok video, a passenger can be seen demanding water and shouting vulgarities at a Singapore Airlines (SIA) cabin crew member on Nov. 8.
- As the flight attendant tries to de-escalate the situation, the passenger reacts by mimicking him in a mocking tone.
- An auxiliary police officer arrives on the scene to escort the passenger off of the plane.
- As the man is being taken away, the rest of the passengers onboard cheer and applaud. He was handed over to the auxiliary police at Changi Airport.
- According to an SIA spokesman, the man initially demanded alcohol and was behaving in an “unruly manner” during the flight’s meal service.
A passenger who threatened a Singapore Airlines (SIA) cabin crew member for not bringing him water was escorted out of the plane by auxiliary police officers.
In a TikTok video that has gone viral with over 1.5 million views since being shared on Tuesday, a man wearing a black cap and red varsity jacket can be seen demanding water and shouting vulgarities at a cabin crew member.
- A now-viral Instagram video posted by Preksha (@pre.xsha) on Wednesday shows her overjoyed parents dropping her off at Miranda House College in New Delhi, India.
- "Pov: You made your parents proud," the video’s onscreen text says.
- “They were dropping me off at ‘our’ dream destination Miranda House College, Delhi University,” Preksha explained in her post’s caption. “It was my first day so we were just exploring the campus and suddenly i noticed tears rolling down my father's eyes. He was so overwhelmed with happiness and was on another level of emotions.”
- Several Instagram users commented on Preshka’s video, with many of them sharing that it brought them to tears.
- “Too real. This is so beautiful I’m ugly crying at it.. Welcome to Miranda ya!” one Instagram user commented.
- Preksha’s viral video has already amassed over 12.4 million views and 1.3 million likes.
A video of a father shedding happy tears while dropping off his daughter at her new college last week has gone viral.
In an Instagram video posted by Preksha (@pre.xsha) on Wednesday, the man can be seen crying beside his wife while they ride in a rickshaw around Preksha’s campus in New Delhi, India.
- A 10-year-old boy has been arrested in Zhaodong City, Heilongjiang, in China for strangling his grandmother to death.
- Video of the incident has been circulating online.
- The boy can be seen placing his grandmother in a headlock chokehold as she repeatedly hits him with a slipper in an attempt to escape.
- The elderly woman stops moving and the boy eventually lets her go.
- The 10-year-old was reportedly instigated by his three friends, who have also been taken into police custody.
A 10-year-old boy has been arrested in China for placing his grandmother in a headlock chokehold and strangling her to death.
In a viral video circulating online, the grandmother can be seen slapping the boy in the head twice before he punches her in the chest and grabs her by the neck.
- A video of a pet dog biting a young boy as its owner appears to do nothing in a residential building’s elevator in India has gone viral and sparked outrage.
- The incident reportedly occurred at around 6 p.m. local time on Monday.
- The boy’s father filed a complaint at the Nandgram police station, and the woman was handed a fine of 5,000 INR (approximately $62.79) by the Ghaziabad Municipal Corporation.
- An investigation is currently underway.
A video of a pet dog biting a young boy in India went viral and sparked outrage as the dog owner did nothing to help the child.
In the viral CCTV footage, the dog can be seen jumping and biting the boy’s right leg inside of an elevator at the Rajnagar Extension Charms County Society in Ghaziabad, Uttar Pradesh. As the boy clutches his leg and hops on one foot in pain, the woman accompanying the dog stays still and does not bother to check on the child.
Viral video shows panicked shoppers attempting to escape an Ikea outlet in China during flash lockdown
- Chaos ensued at an Ikea outlet in Shanghai’s Xuhui district after security announced a flash lockdown on Saturday due to potential COVID-19 exposure.
- The order came after authorities learned that one shopper had been in close contact with a positive case, Shanghai Health Commission deputy director Zhao Dandan said on Sunday.
- Although Zhao did not specify when the close contact visited the Ikea outlet, he said that everyone located in the building and its surrounding areas was required to quarantine for two days, followed by five days of health monitoring.
- Citing eyewitness reports on Chinese social media, Bloomberg reported that some shoppers were stuck inside the outlet for around four hours before they were transported to quarantine hotels.
- Videos taken on Saturday have been circulating on social media, with one video on Twitter having already amassed more than 146,000 views.
Chaos ensued at an Ikea outlet in Shanghai after security announced a flash lockdown due to potential COVID-19 exposure last weekend.
The incident occurred at an Ikea in Shanghai’s Xuhui district on Saturday. Health officials ordered the outlet to commence a flash lockdown after authorities learned that one shopper had been in contact with a positive case – a 6-year-old boy from Lhasa in Tibet – according to Shanghai Health Commission deputy director Zhao Dandan on Sunday.
- A video of Japanese kickboxer Rukiya “Demolition Man” Anpo beating up two “street fighters” who interrupted his training session with fellow Japanese kickboxer Kosei Yamada went viral.
- Footage of the fight has garnered over 624,000 views on Twitter and more than 116,000 views on World Star so far.
- Most of the Twitter post’s commenters agreed that this fight taught the uninvited fighters to be humble and avoid messing with professionals, especially when they are in the middle of training.
- However, one commenter said that the fight was actually for a YouTube video and that the fighters were later taken out for a meal.
- “They were invited there as part of a YouTube video and Rukiya took them out to a Japanese BBQ restaurant afterward and drank and chat with them,” the Twitter user wrote. “They're all good guys playing it up for a video.”
Footage of Japanese kickboxer Rukiya “Demolition Man” Anpo recently went viral for showing him beating up uninvited fighters who interrupted a training session – or did they really?
A video of the fight shows a group of “street fighters” seemingly barging into the gym where Anpo, 26, and fellow Japanese kickboxer Kosei Yamada, 29, were training. Several social media posts claimed that the “street fighters” challenged them to a fight.