Chinese Mother superiority

How the Chinese Mother is Superior


Over time Chinese women have been in the spotlight for their mothering abilities as well as how good they raise their children. The reference began after periodic comparisons form the media as well as the community level based on the type, attitude, and character that the Chinese people grow up into. As a result of this, there was the perception that the Chinese women are superior to other mothers in the globe, which consequently is evident based on their mothering qualities and approaches. According to Chen and Ellen (51) some of the elements that make the Chinese women more superior than the other women are.

Never Giving Up

One of the best qualities of the Chinese women is the ability not to give in to their children’s wants with regards to their preferences as a mother. This is because most parents across the world are overridden by their children’s resistive attitude towards what the parents prescribe or advocate. For example, the western women, tend to give up their authoritative position when their children reach the puberty age. As a result, the children make wrong decisions which are later blamed on their parents and most specifically the mothers for the failed control over the children.

Excessive Parental Support

Women from other parts of the world to be general tend to pamper their children with excessive support which in turn, results in the child being reluctant. The situation later develops into a more significant problem where the children grow up since responsibility is limited to the point that self-management is a problem. However Chinese mothers tend to bring up their children with limited parental support. For example, more 16-year-old children are working to earn extra cash for their needs compared to American children of the same age bracket. As a result, the children tend to grow up in a more responsible manner and also self-reliant where the credit is given to the Chinese mothers for the approach initiated.

Child Self Esteem

Western women are more concerned with their children’s self-esteem levels compared to performance or the child’s attitude. The women would be more influential on motivating their child’s esteem levels compared to their school performances. Consequently, the women tend to accept average performances for the children only if the child is motivated and confident of their abilities, the situation later leads to the child’s reluctant attitudes since the parent offers moral support on most of their average performances. This is not the case with Chinese women; they do not take anything less than the best from their children. For example, if a child brings home a B grade the lecture that follows is more of ridicule and tormenting compared to the same grade attained by a western child (Tse&Shek36). As a result, the children tend to work extra harder, to please the parent which in advance brings out the best from the child.

The Chinese Culture

Another contributing factor to the fact that the Chinese women are superior is the fact that their culture is formulated in a way that the children owe their parents for all their lifetime. This is because the Chinese people believe that parents sacrificed a lot for their lives to be better, and by that the children ort to respect the parent and more so, be obedient to them since the sacrificed done by mostly the women is valueless. As a result, the children tend to follow most of their parent’s recommendation and advice, unlike the western culture where children perceive that they have their own life to live.


The Chinese women tend to be strict towards their children as compared to other mothers; through this, the installation of discipline is much efficient compared to the Western mothers. The situation is also applicable without consideration of the child’s age. Based on such the Chinese children tend to obey, and follow the laid out path by their parent and this limits the swaying out of the child’s character or attitude into wrong or moral issues that are unethical to the society at large. Another contributing factor to the women is that the community takes responsibility for every child where if a wrong done by a particular child, the mother can know and discipline. This is opposed to what other women around the globe tend to approach discipline issues to their children (Chen &Pin-Hao15).


Western children are more exposed to individualism it is mostly acknowledged by the parents and frequently the mothers based on the fact that they are the most influential figures in the process of raising the child. As a result, the individualism develops to defiance and later uncontrollable attitudes from the children. The situation is contradictory from the Chinese women where a child’s future is advocated and controlled by the parents through communication and considerations of what the child wants and what the parent’s advocates. For example, children from the west have it easy to ask for a night out from the parents, which are also readily granted. Later the freedom exposes the child to drugs, and consequently, the child becomes a drug addict. The accused party from the situation ends up being the parent, to which is the freedom granted to the children was limited then the problem would not have escalated. Moreover, the Chinese women continue to dominate the superiority since their children are not as exposed compared to the other countries and mostly the west.

Determination of the Chinese Women

Chinese women have also over time dominated the self-sacrifice aspect eminent for their children to have a better and comfortable life. This is because the Chinese women toil a lot compared to other women in the region with regards to improving their lives as well as those of their children, this is achieved through self-determination of the women no matter the circumstances. This is because Chain is one of the countries with the highest populations which in turn develop constrained economic opportunities for its citizens (Tang &Nadine388). This means that every parent has a responsibility in contributing to the financial situation of the family. As a result, the women tend to work hard since the house is also responsible for them. The issue contributes to the children owing to the women more because of the sacrifice, and later the builds coordination with the children. As a result, the women participate in the building of a strong social fabric bond with the children that lead to them being influential to their children’s growth.

Chinese Women are Traditional

According to, Tang and Nadine, another quality that differentiates the Chinese women is there unique perseverance of traditional activities and performance. The quality helps them pass on the agenda as well as promote traditional practices and customs in their homes. Through this the children grow up in there customs and morals are prescribed in their traditions, this is not exceptional of the city women in China, it encompasses every chines woman. On the other hand. Their will to preserve and maintain their culture is not overshadowed by the improved technology as well as the modern society effects as compared to other women around the globe. For example, their girls are tough how to dress, cook as well as how to handle their families at a very tender age to name but a few. Additionally, the women instill the value of loyalty and respect as regarded by the society and their traditions in general. As a result, the children grow up in a stationed manner and are well fit to pass the knowledge to their families.


The Chinese women are superior to many factors, but the most excellent one is there mothering ability and how they bring up their children. One could argue that the Chinese social fabric is the contributing factor to their superiority. However, based on the explanation and the highlighted point the Chinese women are best based on their commitment, discipline installation as well as standing their parental ground, through advocating and overseen their children participative role in life. The success is mostly castigated by the installation of their approach from when the children are young; this helps them to grow towards the set path without defiance or negative attitude. On the contrary, other women in the world have a lot to learn from the women China instead of viewing the situation as a challenge.

Work cited   

Chen, Ellen Marie. “Tao as the great mother and the influence of motherly love in the shaping of Chinese philosophy.” History of Religions 14.1 (1974): 51-64.

Chen, Pin-Hao A. “Medial prefrontal cortex differentiates self from the mother in Chinese: evidence from self-motivated immigrants.” Culture and Brain 1.1 (2013): 3-15.

Tang, Nadine M. “Some psychoanalytic implications of Chinese philosophy and child-rearing practices.” The psychoanalytic study of the child 47.1 (1992): 371-389.

Tse, ShekKam. “The transition from English to mother-tongue Chinese as a medium of instruction; issues and problems as seen by Hong Kong teachers.” L1-Educational studies in language and literature 1.1 (2001): 9-36.


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