Wang Fuman was graphic with icicles on his eyebrows, hair, eyelashes and his skinny coupler after he done it to category in temperatures of -9C.
The photo was taken by his teacher after his daily 4.5km walk to school in China’s Yunnan province.
Behind Fuman, who is suspicion to be eight years old, are his classmates shouting at his icicles, red cheeks and solidified hands.
The headmaster of Zhuanshanbao primary school in farming Zhaotong pronounced it takes Fuman some-more than an hour to walk to school any day.
He suggested he is a “left-behind child”, whose relatives have to work in cities divided from home for mercantile reasons.
He lives with his older sister and grandmother and has never left his village.
After the headmaster posted the photo on social media, thousands of people around the universe shared the picture.
One Chinese user said: “I’m crying. Left-behind children are all on their own.”
Another said: “What you are pang now will light up the highway of your future.”
Fuman told internal media: “It is cold going to school, but it’s not hard.”
He pronounced he dreams of visiting Beijing one day.
“I wish to see how pupils study there,” he added.
The child pronounced he wants to turn a police officer “because police can locate bad guys”.
Yao Zhaozhi, his grandmother, suggested the family cooking mostly vegetables since beef is too expensive.