This raises the question, “Can Asians achieve success and contribute to the West while remaining loyal to Asia?” I hope the answer is “maybe”.|More Asia|The first thing young Asians should consider is learning more about their own roots. Asians who want to move to the West should grasp their own original history, culture, conflicts, challenges, and social nuances. Without this knowledge, stereotypes about Asia in the West can never be changed.|For many Asian international students, mastering one’s own society, current affairs and cultural heritage has many academic benefits. Many times, I have witnessed Asian students in Australia fail in their essays and research projects or fail to participate in class discussions, not because of poor English, but because of lack of examples and problems. themes and ideas drawn from their own country’s experience.|I often hear that Asian-style thinking and learning (specifically in Vietnam) is too passive, so it needs to be reformed to be more active and creative. Maybe this idea is right, but there are contradictions in the struggle to be more dynamic and creative but in the end it only becomes “like the West”.|Amy Chua’s controversial and hot selling book, The Battle Song of the Tiger Mother, explores the stark differences in Chinese and Western parenting methods. Mrs. Chua describes the horrors and humours of raising her two daughters: forcing them to get the best grades, denying frivolous pleasures, and forcing them to study and play music for a few hours a day.
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