Chinese boy watches TV ‘too much,’ gets punished with all-night TV binge

An 8-year-old Chinese boy in central China’s Hunan Province was forced by his parents to watch TV all night as punishment for not completing his homework and not watching too much TV.

The boy’s parents asked him to complete his homework and Go to bed by 8:30pm When they left their house, however, instead of complying, the boy chose to watch TV instead of doing his chores or taking a shower.

Timestamps on CCTV footage from the family’s home indicate the incident took place On November 11.

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When the parents reached home, the boy immediately went to sleep, but his parents noticed that he had not finished his homework and dragged him into the living room to punish him. He was put to bed to watch TV all night, and while he seemed relaxed at first, he started crying around 2am.

He tried to sneak back into his room to sleep, but his mother caught him and brought him back to the couch to watch more television. His parents took turns with the boy, who was only allowed to sleep at 5 am

The story sparked a debate on Chinese social media, with some commenters criticizing the parents’ punishment and others sharing similar experiences.

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One user commented, “I had the same experience. After taking our three-year-old son, who is a KFC fan, to eat hamburgers and chicken for three days, his excitement has died down.”

The punishment was too harsh and if the child gets into the habit of sleeping late? wrote another.

Difficult parenting – sometimes known as Tiger parenting – Some parents see it as a way to make their children into ideal citizens.

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Tiger parenting may continue into adulthood. The 22-year-old woman’s story went viral in June when she revealed that her mother makes her Take a breath test Whenever she comes home from a night out with friends.

Being a tiger parent can sometimes Get success later in lifea group Researcher at the University of Leuven A study in Belgium found that a harsh parenting environment can lead to depression later in a child’s life.

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