Last year, so-called "Tiger Mom" Amy Chua made headlines for her intense parenting style that she maintains earned her daughter a place at Harvard University.
Then, "Wolf Dad" Xiao Baiyou shocked the nation with his controversial parenting that he claims sent his three children into the prestigious Peking University.
Now, a Chinese "Eagle Dad" has sparked a new furore with his own brand of discipline.
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July 26, 2016 As the summer Olympics get underway, a new study reports that popular gymnastics training equipment contains mixtures of flame-retardant chemicals that have been linked to increased risks of ADHD, ... read more
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July 30, 2015 Researchers report that a nuanced, targeted version of parental control over gene expression is the method of choice over classic genomic imprinting. So-called noncanonical imprinting is particularly ... read more
Dec. 11, 2013 A prison sentence may not always have negative consequences for children of the incarcerated, says one sociologist. In a new study, she finds that when an uninvolved dad spends time behind bars, ... read more
June 5, 2013 As Father's Day approaches, psychologists say dads should ask their children for a little more feedback than they might get with the yearly greeting card. A new study found that the way young ... read more