The Chinese family education is a serious problem in China because that causes too many pressure to the most of Chinese children, and to make them being a man who does not like talking with somebody. There are many Chinese parents who would like to use violence to educate their children, and forcing them to study everything without any consideration. All of Chinese parents want their children to be the best in the world, and their children have to accept this kind of expectation everyday that they must stand those pain given by the parents. This kind of phenomenon need to be changed Chinese family education does show many extreme sides to a lot of children. Recently, there are many problems about the education, especially the family
While both authors discuss parenting, they differ in the way they praise their child, the ways they punish their child, and the manner they speak to the child. Firstly, while both authors discuss parenting, they differ in the way they praise their child. In the article “Why Chinese Mothers Are Superior” Amy Chua says that “When Chinese parents understand is that nothing is fun until you’re good at it” (1). On the other hand, in the article “Mother Inferior” Hanna Rosin says that “I wanted them to be coddled and never to experience hardship” (2). Chua’s way of praising her child is not to praise because it expected to be exceptional in their education.
In connection with the set of values used the parenting and education by Chinese parents and American parents have more differences than similarities. All parents want happy, confident and strong children, the means for getting them there are very different in the two cultures. Amy Chua, researched of Chinese children’s performance in the school system, and it seems to indicate that a certain truth can be lead from her “descriptions” of how she raised her own children. Being a mother of two daughters – Amy Chua believes she has the recipe for success, but both girls have been raised the strict traditional Chinese way, where things such as playdates, watching TC, sleepovers and playing computer games is banned and grades less than “A” are not accepted in their home. The tiger mom doesn’t accept anything below an a for her daughters and she had only once gotten an “A” – she thinks that western families are too sweet towards their
I have always thought of myself as a true Chinese. Therefore, because of my Chinese background, I was raised by my parents in a different way. They have taught me to treasure life, to strive for excellence, and to show respect to others. One part of the Chinese teaching that my parents have taught me is to treasure every part of life. This includes showing an appreciation for learning.
The intention of upbringing is indisputable – you want your children to have a great life and a great future, but perchance certain ways of educating children can cause more damage than good. The article “Why Chinese Mothers Are Superior” was written in 2011 by Amy Chua, who is a professor at Yale Law School in the United States of America. The article follows significant themes such as the upbringing of children and perfectionism. In the article, the author, Amy Chua, explains the differences between the upbringing of children by respectively Chinese parents and Western parents. As for forms of appeal, the author has established a strong ethos.
Old people in China play a also important role in families because of the traditional Chinese ethic that we respect old people and cherish the young. Thus it is a tradition and honor for grandparents to live with their children, instead of financially independent. However, a general separation between young and old seems like a new trend. The topic that was chosen by our group is ‘Old People in China’ because our group cares about the aging population of China. Exploring the changing situation of this generation in China in the twenty first century was the purpose of this report.
Obviously, it was a very shocking news or law or rule for the public because Mao Zedong, the senior leader of Chinese government between 1949 – 1976 believed in “More people, More power” (Zhang 142). This means that this policy was forced on the public of China. Let 's have a look at its outputs in various fields: Effect on Child Education It is hygienic that education becomes an easy approach for all the children because it will be easy to let their kid grab education for the couples who are economically poor and cannot afford the expenses of more than one children 's education. Additionally, the government can also be helpful for them to do so for one child. Becker says, “If families expect to have only one child, they may invest more in the human capital of the child”
In the present, many Chinese people concentrate their individual benefit increasingly and ignore interpersonal relationship or social issues, because the change of social structure and an environment. For example, tiger mother demands her children have a high level of achievement. Tiger mother adopts the high expectation for education,
The mom showed her culture when she tells her daughter how Chinese mothers show their love for their children. “... Chinese mothers show their love for the children not through hugs and kisses but with stern offerings of steamed dumplings, duck, gizzards, and crab” ( 3 Tan, 4). In China, parents show their love for their children in other ways because that is apart of their culture. It is what they are used to and have grown up knowing. There are examples of culture in the Joy Luck Club as well as the Yellow Raft in Blue Water.
Parents in China put more expectation on their children and want them to be the best student in the class or whole school. All Chinese parents like to take a lot of after school classes for their students and never consider about their kids’ thoughts and feelings. In Chinese culture, however, academic success is believed to be strictly a product of effort and therefore completely within the control of the student. Because Chinese parents view grades as controllable, they see no reason as to why their children should be expected to achieve anything less than perfect grades. The only excuse for not achieving perfect scores would be laziness, which is considered unacceptable.