Breaking Chinese Female Norms
Chinese people are taught to study well and work hard since China has limited resources and a large population. As a Chinese woman in China, I am expected to be docile and subservient. The duties of the home predominantly fall to women who are supposed to do house chores and have a major role in childcare. Chinese tradition dictates that these subordinating roles are not questioned or challenged in any way.
If I could speak to my past self, I would not tell her to diverge from the winding path that led me to where I am today. If I could speak to my f
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