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Raising a Child in Singapore

Singapore has always been a popular choice for parents all over the globe to raise their children. The country is culturally diverse, boasts of a very good education system and is a clean, safe city. These characteristics are enough to put Singapore as the second best country in the world with the best environment for children. Singapore has a close knit, diverse community with families from several ethnic backgrounds. Such an environment is certainly beneficial for the physical as well as mental well-being of your child. read more

Child Raising in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Kuala Lumpur, the capital of Malaysia is known for its contemporary facilities, lush greenery and pleasant weather. All these factors make the city a perfect place for raising children in Malaysia even if you are an expat. There are some fine options for your children’s schooling in the city and a string of activities and extra-curricular activities that are offered to the expat families who are moving to the city. The expats would thus find KL an easy city where they can keep their children happy and engaged. read more

Child Upbringing in Vietnam

Social trends

Since the Vietnamese have large joint families, it is very common for a new born to grow up with parents along with grandparents, uncles, aunts and cousins. Traditionally the Vietnamese do not believe in the concept of a nuclear family. Hence maintaining discipline while raising a child is an integral part of the social Vietnamese norm. The child must learn to obey not only their parents but all elderly family members as well. The child must also learn to care for the family and respect family values and traditions. Interpersonal relationships and obligation towards the family are the prime values which are embedded in their minds by the parents, since their early childhood. It can be said that comparatively to any other part of the world, children in a typical Vietnamese family is bred up in a more orthodox way, where it is a social compulsion for them to obey their elders and put family values as the foremost concern in their lives instead of their own selves. read more

Child Bearing in Vietnam

The Vietnamese society usually believes in having a large family. But with urbanization this belief has ceased to exist. As Vietnam is one of the most populated countries in the world, a lot of couples restrict their family to two children at the most.

Child Bearing

Bearing a child marks a significant change in the pregnant woman’s life. There are certain restrictions, customs and traditions the mother to be has to follow, which are common in any part of the world. These would include food restrictions and drink restrictions and certain local beliefs that needs to followed. read more

Getting your Child Ready for School in Taiwan

Traditionally Taiwanese parents never interacted with teachers but now they play an active role in assisting teachers to enable all around development of their children. Elders in the family act as role models for children and parents are regarded as trusted advisors till they become adults. With changing societal regulations about raising children, Taiwan parents are also encouraging children to indulge in creative skills and sports for all round development.  As an expatriate parent you have to help your child to become more culturally diverse and open to new ideas and language. read more

All you Need to Know to Raise a Child in Taiwan

The ideal way to understand any culture is to observe the way they raise their children and educate them. If you are an expatriate in Taiwan then your child has the advantage of growing up as a multilingual. Though parenting is strict, children grow up in more amicable surroundings at home than in school and are more comfortable with parents than grandparents who are stricter. Since children in Taiwan are expected to be obedient to parents and other senior family members and obey them without any argument which is regarded as a sign of discipline. Taiwan is a well developed city, tourists and expatriate workers are likely to find all childcare products. read more