Tag Archives: Amy Chua

The Tiger Mom again: On an American parenting school reform Fail

In her Wall Street Journal essay from a month ago, the Tiger Mom criticized ‘Western’ parents for catering to what makes their children feel good.  A corollary to this notion is that American parents don’t want to be hassled by … Continue reading

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A Tiger Mom’s rant and Learning Styles: Are they related?

Everyone is special in their special own way. Sound familiar?  If you’ve been following the ‘Tiger Mom’ controversy, it probably is.  Because a few weeks ago, Yale law professor and self-described ‘Chinese’ Tiger Mother, Amy Chua, shared with the world … Continue reading

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A Tiger Mother’s essay sparks a Western immolation

A few weeks ago, Amy Chua’s provocatively titled essay, “Why Chinese Mothers Are Superior”, caught my eye and fired up my critical mind.  Unless you’ve been living under a rock, or still recovering from some not-so-random violence, you’ve probably heard … Continue reading

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