Maine Voices: Tiger Mom’s methods hold lessons for American parents — and vice versa
Melding Chinese attitudes toward success with U.S. appreciation for individuality could pay off for both nations’ children.
BATH – The response to Amy Chua’s Wall Street Journal essay, “Why Chinese Mothers are Superior,” predictably was negative.
But having worked in-depth with thousands of families over the past 40 years, including both Chinese and Chinese-American families, I think American and Chinese parents could learn from each other. VIEW FULL ARTICLE | DOWNLOAD PRINTABLE VERSION.