I was quite surprised by the UN recommendation.
It's true that some nasty parents are abusing their children but it can happen in any country.
Overall, most children are happy with their parents who devote themselves to their children. Parents these days are changing rapidly as more and more mothers go out to work and more and more fathers take an active part in raising children, which will give a good impact on the children.
However, we have to admit that it becomes too extreme in terms of education, be it school, cram school or club activities, and some parents.
But I think it's nothing like the UN to make recommendation about since it's cultural stuff and every culture have its own problems.
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A big difference is that the majority of Japanese are brainwashed by those politically-motivated Japanese leaders who distort the history to instigate anti-Korean sentiment, cheering them up.
Funny, that is exactly the same way that the Japanese people think the Korean people are.
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This incident is famous in Japan in that the mother of the driver actively supported his work although she knows her son’s condition. It doesn’t mention in this article but she even sent his son to a driving school and covered the cost of a car, hiding that her son has this disease. I think she should be held accountable for this incident even though her son is not a minor, as she knows the importance of life from being someone’s mother.
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