Ivanka Trump’s Daughter Arabella, 5, Goes Viral in China — Find Out Why

Arabella Kushner
Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump is joined by his wife Melania Trump (R), daughter Ivanka Trump (L) and granddaughter Arabella Rose Kushner as they vote on Election Day at PS 59 November 8, 2016 in New York City. Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images

A video of Ivanka Trump's daughter, Arabella Kushner, reciting Mandarin Chinese poetry has gone viral in China, a country President-elect Donald Trump repeatedly criticized throughout his presidential campaign.

In the clip, which was shared on Ivanka's Instagram account back in February, 5-year-old Arabella recites a few lines from Tang dynasty poems while dressed in a traditional red Chinese-style dress. In the background, lanterns and Chinese New York decorations are displayed on a window alongside the Chinese character for "happiness."

"Arabella wanted to have a pre-bedtime #ChineseNewYear party this past Sunday evening," the businesswoman and future first daughter, 35, captioned the post on February 10. "She got all dressed up and performed songs and poems for Jared, Joseph and me. It was pretty adorable."

Now, nine months later, the video has gone viral on Weibo, a social media platform often referred to as China's Twitter.

"I particularly dislike Trump but his children and grandchildren are all quite cute," one user wrote, according to NBC News. CNN reported that another Weibo user wrote: "The little girl's language skill is a result of Ivanka's education, nothing to do with Trump himself."

During the presidential election, Donald, 70, often blasted the world's most populous state and ascendant superpower for its trade practices and alleged that the nation stole U.S. industrial jobs.

Following his stunning election win, the businessman spoke with Chinese President Xi Jinping by phone on Sunday, November 13. "During the call, the leaders established a clear sense of mutual respect for one another, and President-elect Trump stated that he believes the two leaders will have one of the strongest relationships for both countries moving forward," the Trump transition team said in a statement.

China Central Television reported that the politicians "vowed to keep close contact, build good working relations and meet at an early date to exchange views on issues of mutual interest and the development of bilateral ties."

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