Way back before 2007, even a licensed "lactogogue" such as Wang Xiaohong couldn't make a living just on massaging the clogged milk ducts of new nursing mothers. That, however, was before the boom in postpartum maternity and child care, a result of the fact that more Chinese mothers are having fewer children and thus…
The NY Times weighs in on the controversial parenting essay by Yale prof, author, and tough-loving "tiger mom" Amy Chua with both an article and an op-ed. Chua tells the Times that people are criticizing her for being "honest." Ohhhh.
Confession: I have no idea how to respond to Amy Chua's now infamous article, "Why Chinese Mothers Are Superior," published to immediate and then sustained cries of disgust, trauma, ridicule, and debate on the blogosphere and the comment-o-sphere.