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    Care of old-age parents

    Care of old-age parents

    By law, China expects children to take care of their parents during their old age. The western trend of sending elderly parents to retirement homes is not as common. She also mentions that unlike children in the west who gain independence at the age of eighteen, children in China cannot live independently until they are married.

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    Chinese history goes back over thousands of years

    Chinese history goes back over thousands of years

    Jiena talks about Chinese history.

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    Chinese parents are beginning to be more easy going

    Chinese parents are beginning to be more easy going

    Jiena moved to Shanghai for high school because she had to go and study music. Her parents had no choice but to send her to Shanghai for her music education.

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    Does having only one child affect the parents' attitude towards their children?

    Does having only one child affect the parents' attitude towards their children?

    The traditional values held by the Chinese.

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    Does the present Chinese psyche include a great or small part of western culture?

    Does the present Chinese psyche include a great or small part of western culture?

    The Chinese psyche varies between the younger and older generation, especially because the younger generation is being exposed to so much media at a younger age.

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    How under Mao (part 2)

    How under Mao (part 2)

    This clip is a continuation of, "How under Mao the viewpoints of Chinese people were influenced (part 1)"

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