Funny video shows South African teaching English in China: "Haibo"

Funny video shows South African teaching English in China: "Haibo"

- A hilarious video has emerged on social media showing a man teaching kids in China

- In the footage, he can be heard teaching the pupils South African slang

- Social media users were in stitches over the clip

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A funny video has emerged showing a South African teaching English in China. In the footage, Chinese kids can be seen sitting at their desks with books and pens reciting the most important word to know in South Africa: "Haibo".

The video was shared online by Twitter user Jeandre Goliath. It went viral with over 17 000 views. The cameraman can be heard teaching the Chinese kids Mzansi slang words like "haibo" and "hauweng". Social media users were amused by the hilarious footage.

Twitter user MandlaMkhize said:

"I can already hear a Gqom song featuring Dladla Mshunqisi."

Thabz_online said:

"I must also go to teach them to say “wa nkwishisha” “wa nkwa” “kudu kudu”."

MosaNtwampe said:

"This fella gonna get arrested for this."

MajaliQhawe said:

"I love my people."

Malusi said:

"I'm pretty sure the guy is Zulu."

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