This guy deserves to win Father of the Year.
A Chinese man decided to drive 30,000 km (18,641 miles) from home in China, all the way to Washington in the U.S., because he promised he’d send his daughter to college if she got in.
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The epic road trip took 108 days, taking Huang Haitao and his daughter, Huang Xinyi, from their home in Nanjing, eastern China to Seattle University (SU).
The trip took them through 26 countries. Here’s an approximate tracing of their incredible journey.
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Their first stop was Russia, before making their way across the rest of Europe, including places like Turkey, Macedonia, Slovenia and Switzerland before finally ending up in the British town of Southampton.
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Once there, the duo crossed the Atlantic by air, and had to ship their car to the U.S., where they resumed their road trip, …