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49-Year-Old Chinese Mom Often Gets Mistaken As Son’s Girlfriend Because She Looks So Young

She surely looks half her age!


It has to be a flattering compliment when people often mistake you, a 49-year-old mother, as the girlfriend of your 22-year-old son. Take it from Liu Yelin who definitely looks half her age.

This mother from China is so young-looking that others make the wrong notion that she is with her boyfriend when she goes out with her son. Their photos together went viral on social media recently and numerous netizens have been mind-boggled since.

Has this Chinese mother found the fountain of youth?

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Liu Yelin is 49 but looks half her age!

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She not only has a wrinkle-free face but a nicely-toned physique.

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As a matter of fact, people often mistake her as the girlfriend of her 22-year-old son when they go out.

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In an interview with Mail Online, Liu shared she has gotten used to people being amazed with her age. (5)

Liu said:

“People are often shocked to find out I’m almost 50. Whenever I went shopping and told people my real age, I often got mobbed by strangers who wanted to find out my secrets.”

So what exactly is the secret for her youthful appearance?

According to Liu, it can be credited to regular exercise – which she’s been doing for three decades now.

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“I swim in the lake and do weight training every day,” said Liu.

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“My favorite thing is swimming outdoors in winter,” she added.

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Liu goes as far as telling that she has “swum across the Yangtse River in China and the Han River in South Korea,” reported BoredPanda. Last year, she also swam from the shores of Penang, Malaysia to the Strait of Malacca which is “a whopping 7.45 miles in just 4 hours!”

Liu shared her motto in life is “If you think you look rough, that’s because you haven’t sweated enough.”

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She is now officially an online sensation with thousands of followers on Weibo, China’s most popular social media site.


Angry Racist Cries Like a Baby in Mugshot After Getting Arrested

He angrily harassed a Muslim family in the beach. He ended up regretting it.

When you are enjoying some family time in the beach, the last thing you’d want to encounter is to have your moment disrupted by an angry guy who simply wouldn’t quit blurting out racist tirades against you and your loved ones.

Unfortunately, that’s exactly what a Muslim family experienced when Alexander Downing, 35, while they were relaxing in South Padre Island in Texas. According to Noria Alward, one of the family members, Downing verbally harassed them for around 20 minutes before leaving for his hotel.

In a Metro report, we learn that the trouble began when two women approached Nora’s father because Downing was harassing them.

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Missing Hikers Found After Seven Weeks Lost in Himalayas

Taiwanese hikers Liange Sheng-Yue and Liu Chen-Chun were found 7 weeks after falling into a ravine.

Two Taiwanese hikers were found after going missing in Nepal. Liange Sheng-Yue and his girlfriend, Liu Chen-chun, were found and airlifted out of a ravine near the Narchet River in the Himalayas. They were rescued by Kathmandu-based Asian Trekking Agency official Basnet Madhav.

However, only Liang Sheng-Yue was found alive, as his girlfriend passed away three days before help arrived.

A photo of Liang when he was rescued. He lost 30 lbs during the time he went missing.

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Filipina Girl Gets Rejected By UK Grammar School Despite Having ‘Higher IQ Than Einstein’

11-year-old Mia Golosino is considered as one of the brightest children in the world.

It sounds unbelievable but it really happened – an 11-year-old girl with an IQ of 162 has been rejected by a grammar school in the United Kingdom. By comparison, it is believed Einstein has an IQ of 160.

So yes, this student is really one of the brightest in the world.

Mia Golosino, 11, was turned down by Aylesbury Grammar School despite being one of the world’s brightest children.

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