Chinese parents say they will keep pushing children to succeed despite crackdown on private tuition

Liu Yanan, a 37-year-old from China’s eastern province of Jiangsu, quit her job as a doctor after she gave birth to her son to take care of him full-time.Like many parents across the country she finds the constant effort to ensure her son does not fall behind other children exhausting and fears that a recent crackdown on private tuition will only place a greater burden on her.She helps the second grader with every subject except English, where she prefers online courses which each cost more…

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