Asian mother in law son

Throughout her year-old marriage, Ms Kim said she has struggled with her work and life balance partly because of her mother-in-law, who insisted all the household chores, especially cooking, were a woman's job. As a nurse working at a general hospital, Ms Kim would often have full-length nightshifts and catch up on her sleep during the day. But whenever her mother-in-law saw her husband doing laundry or cleaning, she would get upset and make him stop. She would tell her son: 'Why on earth do you have to do such trivial work? All my life, my wish was to see you being respected by your wife and children.
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Commentary: The Dragon Mother-in-law and the First Son Syndrome

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Me, my wife and my Chinese mother-in-law - Global Times

The novel is set in post-war Singapore in a Chinese household and the story is told by Swee Gek, a Peranakan daughter-in-law. Mothers-in-law did rule the roost, especially in the old days. The new law protected women and children. It did not permit a man to have more than one wife at the same time. There was also the added benefit that the majority of women started to earn their own income.
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How My Chinese Mother-in-Law Replaced my Husband

For newlyweds in Western countries, couples often spend the first year in marital bliss, living alone together in their new home to make love, frolic around naked, make love, drink wine all night, and make love. But Chinese newlyweds do marriage a bit differently. According to tradition, at least one parent or in-law usually moves in with them to tend house and, after the first nine months, help raise their newborn child. Chinese couples, such as my secretary and her husband who have been living together with her mother for over four years since getting married, don't give this kind of "third-wheel cohabitation" a second thought.
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Yi Jun had a bitter quarrel with her mother-in-law. The harsh words exchanged extinguished the joy of her pregnancy. None of my elders have humiliated me so severely since childhood," said Yi, a year-old Beijing native. She is one of the post generation, the first children born under the country's family planning policy. In-law relationships have become trickier in China as "the spoiled kings and queens" married.
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