The video of a grandfather making his own "train" to pick up his grandson from school went viral in China. The child's mother, Ms. Wang, said that the grandfather spent two weeks to make this mini train. Occasionally, he will drive to pick up his grandson from school. Let’s take a look.
Yizhuo Wang, from Shanghai, 74 years old, has gained much attention online with his fluent English. Yizhuo Wang said that learning English is his hobby, and he has taught himself English through reading and the Internet from his work to retirement. Recently, he still spends two to three hours a day studying.
Mr. Shang is selling pineapples on the roadside with his pineapple hairstyle. He said that this is to attract customers to sell more pineapples. After he has changed his hairstyle, his business is much better than before.
In a stunt school in Liupanshui, Guizhou Province of China, Yang Zixuan, a 7-year-old girl, is doing stunt training under the guidance of her coach. Although young and small, she is not inferior to the adult male trainees. She said that she wants to be as powerful as Zhang Weili, the UFC Strawweight Champion.
Aohan Banner Xinhui Middle School in Chifeng, Inner Mongolia of China, has innovated a new kind of gymnastics combining ethnic elements, traditional Chinese culture, and modern dance. More than 3,000 students danced uniformly in their school uniforms and ethnic costumes. Sun Zhongbo, the head of the class-break setting-up exercise improvement working group, said that in this way children could play together, laugh together, which is the best education for physical and mental relaxation and happiness, as well as the best and most effective education for national unity and progress.
Yi Guanbian is a beautiful lady, from Dai ethnic group. Her videos are popular on the Internet. Through the videos, she attracts people to visit Xishuangbanna of Yunnan Province, China, which is one of the most preserved tropical areas in China. Let's take a look at Xishuangbanna.
Mr. Qiao's daughter is in the second grade of a primary school in Inner Mongolia, China. After school, his daughter told him that she was elected by the class as the only member of the Youth Pioneer Congress. Then, he took his daughter to a supermarket and rewarded her with 30 seconds of shopping. Beyond his expectation, his daughter took only one pack of snacks that her mother likes. Mr. Qiao said that her mother was crying at that time. However, “the only thing I was a little bit disappointed about was that she didn't buy anything for me”, he added.
In China, students in primary and high schools always need to do radio gymnastics in the playground during break time, with a few minutes of rigorous bending, stretching, and thrusting, as parts of a regular performance.
In Xichang, Sichuan, a boy studying in a kindergarten has become popular on social media in China for the bun (hairstyle) he makes for his female classmate. In the video, he twists the hair skillfully into a bun. The teachers and children next to him are stunned by his deft hands.
In March, located in Nanjing's Southeast University campus in China, the most beautiful cherry blossom classroom has shown up again. People online comment it, "it's the most beautiful study room I've seen!" The students study in this classroom as if they were in a painting. Let's check out how beautiful it is.
100 years ago, Chan Kim Hock, a Chinese boy, delivered a speech in English, which was recorded by a camera. In this precious video, he explained the meaning of his name in English. He then introduced his sister. He tried to eliminate some stereotypes about the Chinese. “We don't eat rats and mice,” Chan said confidently in front of the camera, “we like candies, cakes, and ice-cream, just like other kids.”
When netizens saw the transformer Bumblebee in Kuaishou, they were stunned and asked the creators, “how can you make such realistic transformers?” One of the creators from Hubei Province, China, responded, “We only used a hammer, a welding machine, a cutting and grinding machine, and a pair of hands to create these transformers.” In fact, the ability to make such incredible machines results from the creators’ 11-year-long persistence. Their work and life have long been integrated with robot-making. Now, after 11 years, they finally gain popularity on the Internet.