Amy Chua

As the Supreme Court nominee faced accusations of sexual assault, Chua wrote an op-ed defending him as "a mentor to women."
From gambling issues to hiring only attractive women, the Supreme Court nominee has been accused of more than just sexual assault.
Amy Chua has pushed back hard against claims she groomed students for Kavanaugh.
Yale professor and "Tiger Mom" Amy Chua, who's a Kavanaugh cheerleader, told the young woman to look "outgoing."
The Yale law professor and author offered advice to her daughter.
A few years ago, a controversial book entitled 'Battle Hymn of the Tiger Mother' captured considerable media and public attention because it seemed to argue that overly-strict discipline borrowed from Chinese parenting philosophy was superior to the allegedly more casual Western parenting style. The book was actually less controversial -- and far less interesting -- than media coverage made it seem.
Interesting parenting debate today, Saturday, November 8. Me, mother of YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki, 23andMe CEO Anne Wojcicki
"I am really excited that this has been called Strive Meets Thrive, rather than Strive vs. Thrive, because I really profoundly
Did I over-love? Did I want their road to be so smooth, so flat and effortless that I ran ahead filling in the pot holes before they hit them? Am I in fact, Golden Retriever Mom? I want to run and play and lick you when you cry and growl at anyone who dares to cross you, whether you get an A+ or a C-, or worse.
The name of "Amy Chua" was always intended to be a Trojan Horse. Controversy is as fireworks to the human society -- in its presence, the masses cannot help but look up and take notice, pupils wide with fixation and mouths agape.
I'm not here to jump on that bandwagon. I'm here to address one crucial question that Amy Chua does not consider: the uneven starting point that immigrants face when they decide to come to the United States.
All the drills, punishments, screaming, fighting, and so on cannot make someone feel passionate about something.
What research tells us is that it is the children who learn throughout their lives to set goals and to be held accountable for achieving those goals who thrive.
I am curious if you have ever found a moment, undressed of your "Tiger Mom, celebrity author" costume and all of the salesmanship it entails, to sit in your natural skin as an Asian-American, and as a mother, to properly measure how the thoughts you spread might affect our community, and in particular our youth.
Controversial author and Yale Law professor Amy Chua gained notoriety for her tough parenting memoir "Battle Hymn of the Tiger Mother," and now she's back to let the world know which eight cultural groups "do better than others" when it comes to achieving success in America.
The description for their book on Amazon.com states: The Daily Mail reported that the reason for the inclusion of the two
The division of labor in parenting is changing. There are more stay-at-home dads than ever, either alternating years on/off the job with their spouses or choosing portable careers. Still, the pan-gender consensus that parenting matters more than schooling doesn't make the task easier.
In describing how we can "build influence in a world of competing ideas," Butman suggests that we look for "iconic moments," even from childhood, where an insight grabbed hold of you and persists in your thoughts.
Last week, David Karp, the founder of Tumblr, sold his company to Yahoo. As much as I was in awe of this 26-year-old man's accomplishment, I could not help but wonder about his mother. Who was the woman that raised her son and encouraged him to drop out of high school and enter the workforce?