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Post time 2010-7-4 15:59:33 |Display all floors
Originally posted by Kbay at 2010-7-4 15:51
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Chinese people need to work:
to pay the bank loan(s)
to buy food
to pay for the rent

China's social security cash is 1/10th what some western country pay their lazy bug9er citizens.

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Post time 2010-7-4 20:10:55 |Display all floors
Originally posted by Kbay at 2010-7-4 19:41
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Did I said something funny, somewhere?     


Just happy, I got u to explain yourself on my post 15.

Of course it was to wind you up and explain yourself.

Do you think I am actually English> HAHAHA at last I got you stumped and barking right up the wrong TREE.  many months you have thought I am Englishman



hahaha

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Post time 2010-7-5 12:32:09 |Display all floors
Originally posted by simonpan at 2010-7-2 14:12
nowdays many children are raised by their grandparents.   their parents have to work in the city..  they earn little money but the expense in city is higher than the countreside.  acturally they al ...


Yes, right ,,,actually many new couples have no time to take care of their Children, two fo them have to work everyday , and city's cost is much higher than countryside ..., and I grow up with parents and grandparents

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Post time 2010-7-5 13:58:57 |Display all floors
Originally posted by Kbay at 2010-7-4 20:23
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I had my second thoughts.

Yes, you the ugly Two2 gay flat face boy me thinks correct all along.

No matter, now you've come clean now.


Clean is something that you don't know about

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Post time 2010-7-5 15:15:04 |Display all floors
The question wasn't "children". It was "sons and daughters"

Just to try and get back on topic...

I know about the pressures on working families and understand these... its just that for my wife she grew up with her paternal grandparents and and so did her female cousin. But both of their younger brothers grew up with the parents. This was in suburban/rural Jiangsu. I was just wondering if this difference is common in other parts of China? I mean this difference between who sons and daughters grow up with...

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Post time 2010-7-5 16:55:10 |Display all floors
Chinese gradparents desire to give their help for their own kids,let their kids pay more attention on their career, So they help raise the kids. So many kids raised by their grandparents. But this traditional idea bring a lot of disadavantage .
One child policy, good phsical condition and   grandparents favor, many children do not have ability to survival in daily life,to communicate.  Due to in grandparents' eye, no crying, clean, no accident and no illness is sucessful to bring the kids.
Parents bring kids up, the kids will not only have health but also more confidence .

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Post time 2010-7-6 11:01:21 |Display all floors
Originally posted by swin_gggl at 2010-7-5 12:32


Yes, right ,,,actually many new couples have no time to take care of their Children, two fo them have to work everyday , and city's cost is much higher than countryside ..., and I grow up wit ...



:) Swin, I could feel it!

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