In this casual sim set in China, you step into the shoes of an average kid from birth towards the end of your high school. Study hard, have fun, make friends and face your ultimate challenge, the “Gaokao”. What will your life be after that? And when you have a child, will you be a Tiger Parent?
Frequency asked questions and rumours
- When was Chinese Parents released?
- Who was the developer that made Chinese Parents?
- How strict are Chinese parents?
- Why does China Value family?
- What Chinese parents expect from their child?
- Are Chinese parents worth?
- What is unique about Chinese culture?
- What are the traditional Chinese family values?
- What do Chinese parents value?
- What is special about traditional Chinese families?
- What are Chinese parents called?
- Why do Chinese parents have high expectations?
- What are Chinese immigrant parents concerns with their children’s education?
When was Chinese Parents released?
Who was the developer that made Chinese Parents?
How strict are Chinese parents?Generally, Chinese parents are more authoritarian compared to American parents and expect their children to respect and obey, while American parents tend to see their children more as equals. “For my mother, I think it’s hard because she grew up in a completely different environment,” Aumer says.29 Aug 2011
Why does China Value family?
For many, their family provides them with a sense of identity and a strong network of support. In China, the family is largely understood through Confucian thought. In Confucian thinking, the family contains the most important relationships for individuals and forms the foundations of all social organisation.
What are the traditional Chinese family values?
What do Chinese parents value?Confucian culture Chinese parents want their children to be successful mainly for their children’s own good, but they also want their children to bring honor to the family.29 Aug 2011
What is special about traditional Chinese families?
The traditional Chinese family was a (1) patrilineal, (2) patriarchal, (3) prescriptively virilocal (4) kinship group (5) sharing a common household budget and (6) normatively extended in form. This means that it ideally included a descent line of men and their wives and children.20 Mar 2006
What are Chinese parents called?
Why do Chinese parents have high expectations?When Chinese parents’ have high expectations for their children, it suggests a sense of social responsibility and positive pursuit of the future.30 May 2011
What are Chinese immigrant parents concerns with their children’s education?
Many Chinese immigrant parents overemphasize academic study and underestimate the importance of having their children participate in extra- curricular activities. Some of them even hope that the teacher can persuade their child to stop pursuing extra-curricular activities.