You're never too old to be a social media star, as these seniors show

Taiwanese grandparents went viral on Instagram for modelling abandoned, trendy clothes in their small-town laundry

Who is to say that content creators on social media are only for the young? With the pandemic and everyone staying home as much as possible, social media platforms such as TikTok, YouTube and Instagram have fast become creative outlets for people of all ages. Even seniors who have begun making their mark with their content and, some might even say, giving youngsters a run for their money.

The video-sharing social platform, TikTok is generally dominated by the Generation Z audience aged between 16 to 22. Even the millennial generation can often feel a bit too old for the app.

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