Why Chinese parents are better?

Chinese parents demand perfect grades because they believe that their child can get them. If their child doesn’t get them, the Chinese parent assumes it’s because the child didn’t work hard enough. That’s why the solution to substandard performance is always to excoriate, punish and shame the child.

Why does Chua begin her essay with a list of things her two daughters were not allowed to do as they were growing up?

Why does Chua begin her essay with a list of things her two daughters were not allowed to do as they were growing up? How do you think she expects readers to react to this list? She intends to persuade the reader to read more by appealing to their emotion.

What preconceptions about Chinese mothers does Chua think westerners have?

What preconceptions about Chinese mothers does Chua think Westerners have? Chua believes that many westerners believe that Chinese mothers are overbearing and indifferent to their children’s needs.

What points does Chua emphasize in conclusion?

Chua ends her essay by comparing and contrasting Western and Chinese parenting styles. She also could have used narrative as a strategy for her conclusion, perhaps circling back to talk about her experience with her own daughters again.

How do Chinese parents discipline?

“Chinese parents tend to use physical and emotional punishment to solve parent-child problems and conflicts, which may easily lead to child abuse,” the authors wrote. “Chinese culture is very tolerant of it, so there’s a lot of corporal punishment in families and schools.”

Where does Amy Chua live?

New Haven, Connecticut

What is Amy Chua’s illness?

Ms. Chua was hospitalized late last month for unknown medical issues. In a note last weekend to the school, he said she suffered a “massive, freakish internal infection” and underwent major surgery, and the cause of her illness was still unknown. He said in Saturday’s message that she “remains extremely ill.”

What are Amy Chua’s daughters doing now?

Kids of ‘Tiger Mom’ speak out (from Harvard and Yale), 5 years later. Lulu is in her second year studying art history at Harvard, while Sophia has finished an undergraduate degree at Harvard and is currently a second lieutenant in the U.S. Army who is working toward her graduate law degree at Yale.

Are Tiger Moms good?

Comment: Researchers say tiger parenting — a term used by Yale Law School professor Amy Chua to describe her parenting style in her 2011 memoir “Battle Hymn of the Tiger Mother” — can be harmful to children’s well-being and academic success. …

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