- A video of a 12-year-old Chinese boy crying while teaching his younger sister her homework has sparked reactions online
- He tearfully explained to an adult in the background that his sister keeps insisting there are two right angles in the picture
- The young boy disclosed that he has shown her she is wrong as there are actually three right angles
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A video of a frustrated Chinese boy crying while teaching his younger sister maths has gone viral on social media.
Today shared the clip on Facebook, explaining that the 12-year-old boy had volunteered to teach his sister her homework after seeing his mother get frustrated with the girl.
He started gently but soon had a meltdown as he couldn't take her stubbornness anymore.
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Tearfully explaining to an adult in the background who said he could not be a teacher, the lad said the problem is that there are three right angles, but his sister thinks otherwise.
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Despite pointing the three right angles to her in the pictures, his sister insisted that there are two.
The clip has amassed 11 million views and over 37k comments as of the time of making this report.
Watch the video below:
Social media reactions
Eve Line said:
"Such a sad video. Looks like both the children are very tired, they are crying because they’re exhausted. They need to go to sleep. It’s no use to try to study under these circumstances. It’s a waste of time, and the brother knows it."
Linyien Wa*ng said:
"She's obviously struggling. At this day and age people are still so ignorant about learning disabilities and educators still not properly equipped with tools to help students that don't fit the molds. So easy to blame these kids labeling them "stubborn", accusing them of refusing to care, when adults don't have a better solution."
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Josh Loomis said:
"I once had my daughter question an answer I had helped her with when she was doing her middle school biology homework. She looked me dead in the face and asked if I was sure. I have a PhD in biology and have been a college professor for 18 years."
Maxim Fevina Bilung said:
"He's crying because he wants to hit his sister but can't he's frustrated of teaching her same thing again n again."
Frustrated man seeks answers to quantitative reasoning homework given to kid
Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that a frustrated Nigerian man had sought netizens' help to solve a quantitative reasoning homework.
The man named Black Albino stormed Twitter with the tricky questions that a child brought home from school.
According to him, the quantitative reasoning was the 16th assignment from the school, but he could not help the child to resolve that particular one. He wrote on Twitter:
"Who can help me solve this? Abeg if you know, just tell. Na my 6ixteen assignment be that. And she dey go school by 7 O'clock. God will reward. Abeg help me reason am."