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POSTED BY Buzz ON Sep 10, 2012 AT 20:35 IST ,  Edited At: Sep 10, 2012 20:35 IST


The Korea Herald reports:

Although many mothers decide to differentiate their identical children with different clothes or different hairstyles, the mother of these boys from Shenzhen city in China’s Guangdong province decided to shave numbers onto their heads. As the children are starting school this week, their mom shaved their heads so their teachers can tell them apart.

Now that they can easily be distinguished, it doesn’t matter that the quadruplets’ parents have decided to dress all of them in exactly the same outfits -- complete with matching backpacks.

The mother has admitted that even their father had a hard time distinguishing each boy before their new haircuts, sometimes feeling confused when dealing with them.

However, one has to wonder how people will tell apart Jiang Yunlong, Jiang Yunxiao, Jiang Yunhan and Jiang Yunlin when they grow older.

(Via Ambassador Vishnu Prakash, ambassador of India to South Korea, on Twitter)

POSTED BY Buzz ON Sep 10, 2012 AT 20:35 IST ,  Edited At: Sep 10, 2012 20:35 IST
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