A “Grandma and grandson” duo from China’s Shanxi province has become internet stars for videos in which they appear to do magic.
The 26-year-old magician performs simple tricks, only to be topped by the 76-year-old woman, who seems to perform a more complicated one. They have attracted more than 1 million fans on the country’s social media platforms.
A hairdresser from China’s Hunan province has given free haircuts to 3,000 elderly people who live in rural areas. He started in May, and had visited 50 villages by October. He said that he finds meaning in helping others and plans to do it every year.
A video production studio in Wuxi, China has employed a huarizo, a cross between a male llama and female alpaca, to bring joy to his “colleagues.” The company has been making videos about Tuo Baiwan’s daily life, and the clips have earned the animal fame on Chinese social media.
A grandma nearing 70 years old from Shanghai spends 2 hours every day working out. With perseverance and a strict diet, she shed 30 lbs in three months. She no longer has a fatty liver and has seen her blood pressure levels stabilize.
“Grandpa Amu,” from eastern China’s Shandong province, is a master carpenter with millions of fans on social media around the world. He uses an ancient woodworking technique to create intricate toys for his young grandson.
A truck driver in southeastern China’s Anhui province has turned his vehicle into a personal kitchen.
Yu Dahai started cooking in the truck in 2017. With a rice cooker, a pot and a mini oven, he can bake bread, make pizza and wants to get better at cooking desserts.
This German shepherd serves as a lookout while his “partner in crime” watches television at home when her father is out.
When he hears footsteps, Nuomi barks and signals immediately. A video of their collaboration has gone viral in China, bringing the pair almost 4.5 million likes on the country’s social media.
A man suffered from a rare condition that caused his upper body to fold over completely. Three parts of his body were “connected” – his chin to his chest, his breastbone to his pubic bone, and his face to his thigh bone.
After undergoing four operations at Shenzhen University General Hospital, in which his bones were literally broken and reconstructed, he finally stood straight – after 28 years.