Wuhan Kids Give Bad Rating To Homework Assigning App To Remove It From App Store
On 11th March 2020
This story of Wuhan kids giving bad ratings to homework assigning app to get it removed from play store comes at a much needed time. At the time where there is only chaos and panic and the virus has painted a bleak and unhappy picture, this cute story gives hope of happiness and laughter that lies ahead of the crises and difficult times.
#1 Growing up, childhood is all about being naughty and mischievous
Kids can be really creative when it comes to getting out of school work. In the city of Wuhan which is going through major crises these days and is quarantined amidst the coronavirus spread, the kids of the city have come up with a brilliant idea to get rid of their homework.
#2 What life has been for those stuck in Wuhan amid the crises
Recently a report was published in the London Review of Books in an article that detailed what life has been like for those stuck in Wuhan, China, the epicenter for the virus attack.
The article shows a bleak story of the city, which has now been on lockdown for months now and as the death toll rises, the fear and depression is not uncommon among the public. But the article also reports a happy story which can be the indication of hope for many, that even after such terror and crises there is still hope for happiness, laughter and most importantly life.
#3 Hope for happiness and laughter
The happy story is about a bunch of kids from Wuhan who planned a mischievous plan to get rid of their school work. "Children were presumably glad to be off school – until, that is, an app called DingTalk was introduced. Students are meant to sign in and join their class for online lessons; teachers use the app to set homework," wrote the London Review of Books.
"Somehow the little brats worked out that if enough users gave the app a one-star review it would get booted off the App Store. Tens of thousands of reviews flooded in, and DingTalk’s rating plummeted overnight from 4.9 to 1.4. The app has had to beg for mercy on social media: ‘I’m only five years old myself, please don’t kill me.’"