Chua discusses how her very demanding standards would ensure that her children live up to their full potential. Chinese-American 'Tiger Mom' Amy Chua … Drilling and discipline from afar? An interview with Amy Chua, Author of Battle Hymn of the Tiger Mother For more interviews and Inspiration, please go to: http://www.authormagazine.org/ Why this Tiger Baby won’t be emulating her Tiger Mom. Amy Chua and her husband, Jed Rubenfeld, presented ideas from their new book By Corey Stern 04/23/14 9:20pm "Tiger Mother" Amy Chua, a Yale Law professor, speaks about her new book, The Triple Package: How Three Unlikely Traits Explain the Rise and Fall of Cultural Groups, which examines why some cultural groups ascend. Die Mutter des Erfolgs. Screen shot from University of California TV via YouTube. Amy Chua, author of the suddenly infamous Battle Hymn of the Tiger Mother, has been under fire lately.Press reviews and online comments have condemned her parenting skills as abusive and counterproductive, though the harshest criticisms have come from other mothers.Even Chinese mothers have distanced themselves from her, insisting that their views resonate more with the Western style of … He chides author Amy Chua, author of "Battle Hymn of the Tiger Mother" Editor's note : Lac Su, a psychologist and business executive at TalentSmart, is the author of I … Wall Street Journal published an article by Amy Chua entitled "Why Chinese Mothers ... Battle Hymn of the Tiger Mother. Sophia Chua-Rubenfeld, Amy Chua and Lulu Chua-Rubenfeld attend a Cinema Society event in 2011. In Amy Chua 's "Why Chinese Mothers are Superior", an excerpt posted by the Wall Street Journal from her novel, "Battle Hymn of the Tiger Mother", Chua addresses the conception that Chinese parents raise "stereotypically successful kids"(261). February 5, 2014. Amy Chua is the mother of two teenage girls, Lulu and Sophia. Amy Chua, Yale law professor and self-proclaimed “Tiger Mom,” caused controversy when her article detailing her strict parenting style came out in the Wall Street Journal in 2011. The other day, I was having dinner with my family when the subject of Amy Chua’s new book, “Battle Hymn of the Tiger Mother” (Penguin Press; $25.95), came up. One year after the release of her controversial memoir, "Battle Hymn of the Tiger Mother," Amy Chua is back in the spotlight, reflecting on how overnight infamy affected her life, her family -- and her parenting. Amy Chua calls herself a 'Tiger Mother' because of her strict parenting methods that didn't allow for play dates or sleepovers for her two daughters. Tiger Mom DENIES being a racist as she promotes book on why eight 'superior' races and religions make better parents. https://www.theglobeandmail.com/life/parenting/confessions-of-a- Ein Hausbesuch. It screamed, shouted and lectured me. The article and book set off a wave of commentary about Chua's extreme parenting approach, reaching even as far as the Davos summit where Larry Summers commented on the debate. Wie ich meinen Kindern das Siegen beibrachte (engl. Tiger Mom's Long-Distance Cub Amy Chua on how she has handled her daughter's departing the den for college. Amy Chua, 48, started a firestorm when she published her memoir, Battle Hymn of the Tiger Mother. Amy Chua hat ihre Kinder rigide erzogen – und darüber ein provokantes Buch geschrieben. Amy Chua Peter Z Mahakian. [We've hosted] co-ed parties with lots of food and music." From Tiger Mom to Panda Parent Peter H. Huang* In January 2011, Yale Law School professor Amy Chua' burst into public consciousness and international prominence with the publication of her parenting memoir, Battle Hymn of the Tiger Mother. U.S. author Amy Chua's book "Battle Hymn of the Tiger Mother"—and The Wall Street Journal extract of her memoir headlined "Why No, not even a growl "I've changed a lot," she told The Huffington Post. . "Chinese moms" in China aren't raising superior kids, actually. In her article, Chua goes in depth on how she raises her own daughters. Tiger parenting or being a tiger mom might be getting perceived today by some as a strict, very demanding method of parenting a child with their studies, extra-curricular activities, and even with regard to friendships. Tiger Mom Amy Chua's theory of success: Three factors why Indians, Jews, Chinese do better than others.