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A student suicides in a classroon in Chang'an University of China [Copy link] 中文

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I think this is a really serious matter in China. Of course, the vast majority of kids don't take such drastic action, but that's not to say they don't feel the pressure. It seems that more and more students are taking the ultimate step to escape their misery and it truly disturbs me. Young people should not be subjected to such overwhelming pressure. Each province should take steps to ensure that students welfare is taken care of, as well as their educational needs. Maybe tutoring and "big brother" mentoring can be a starting point, or some kind of informal meeting room in every school where students can talk to a qualified educational counsellor. I think many suicides and other stress related behaviour could be spotted earlier and remedied if some of these measures were adopted.

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I do agree with Chegsyboy. More focus should be given on that case.

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Post time 2011-6-17 11:02:13 |Display all floors
I do agree with Chegsyboy. More focus should be given on that case.

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Post time 2011-6-17 13:57:34 |Display all floors
Maybe all teenagers and young people are fragile, wherever they are.

It's a confusing time. No longer a true child, but not yet a true adult. Too many hormones racing round the body and add the pressures of education, parental expectation (much higher in Asia than in the West), peer pressure and you have a potential flashpoint. I don't think this is a subject we should be disagreeing about as it has the potential not only to take young lives, but also to affect their families and friends. It is a universal problem, but exacerbated in societies where inadequate psychological provision exists. I think we can all agree that even one such tragic loss of life is one too many.

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