China’s ‘Perfect Child’ Generation – Michael Bristow

Michael Bristow writes a series of reports on China’s . Below is the second part, via BBC News:

Childhood in China is often not as easy and carefree as in other countries.

Many youngsters rise early and go to bed late in order to cram in school work, extra classes and music lessons – even on weekends. China’s policy may have successfully limited most homes to just one child, but it has also increased the pressure on the child each family has. [Full Text]

[Image: Children often have pressure from their whole extended family, via BBC]
– Read the first part Has China’s One-child Policy Worked? via CDT

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