chinese-parenting

The answer may not be to embrace French or Chinese parenting techniques, but as a society we need to examine our helter skelter approach to the American dream.
There have been Panda Dads and Hippo Moms and Koala Moms and Pussycat Mamas, and today we have an essay from a Lion Mother.
Talk of tiger mothering left me wondering: Where does training a child's soul fit in?
From the Charlotte Observer: The new legislation is the result of a changing social climate in China, according to AOL News
This brings us to Rule #2: Anything you say to the kids is going to get back to the other parent, and it will show up in
Still, people of all stripes have responded across the web, including: When Amy Chua published a list of things her children
Long after we have tired of responding to Chua's piece, it will still find its way to Asian parents like my own. Whatever we may believe of Chua now, the damage is done.
It is reassuring to hear that Chua is not advocating the style of parenting described in the article, although that is the
After they finish fulminating, I hope American parents will see past the attention-grabbing examples and adopt what is best from the Chinese style of parenting.
A lot of people wonder how Chinese parents raise such stereotypically successful kids. They wonder what these parents do