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Have you ever felt guilty And you knew that you would be punished for it I remember one time in high school I behaved wrong I felt terrible And not because of the punishment as a result of my poor behavior but because of the feeling of letting my parents down and disappointing them In Amy Chuas excerpt Why Chinese Mothers Are Superior her parenting style sounds strict compared to mine Nevertheless my less harsh parents with their Western type of the upbringing didnt stop me from turning out to be a good person well educated and with great social skillsI was raised in Russia by a Western type of parents In Russia an enormous role of the upbringing plays an education There is no question whether you finish your high school or not Its a must After school you have to go the university with no exceptions You suppose to choose a real major for your future success such as math sciences engineering finance etc You must study hard in order to obtain your degreeHowever according to Amy Chuas article Why Chinese Mothers Are Superior my upbringing is anything but strict If you are not the best at everything at school do not have straight As you are a failure and your parents were not doing their job As shes trying to explain in her article that the key of so many math whizzes and music prodigies which happens to be Asian is the Chinese parenting styleBut isnt Russia known worldly for its education scientists math and computer geniuses Arent there well-known music prodigies from English American European heritage such as Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Jackie Evancho Enrique Batiz Julie Andrews As you see its not Chinese upbringings lead to an education and success
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