I know some tiger parents who put extremely high pressure on their children, for example, they applied many extra curricular activities, tutorials for their kids and made them very busy. Their children had lose their childhood and it's not good for their development.
But their parents think that it's good for them, it let them grow faster, know more and pushed their children to their limits.
So how should I communicate with those people?
I tried talking to them but most of them are not open-minded, so it's a bit difficult to communicate.
When I took a look at the answers, people might think it's OK for those parents as long as their children feels good, yes, I totally agree with that, but here's an example: (Happened yesterday)
Yesterday was the first day of the book fair, and also summer holiday starts, some of the parents used several thousand dollars just to buy exercise books for their kids for this summer, I agree that learning is important and is a must for children, but the problem is: is this necessary to have that much exercise for them?
Another example happened last month:
Some parents have their children applied for many extra curricular activities: e.g. Monday Piano, Tuesday Singing, Wednesday Swimming + Tutorial, Thursday Tutorial, Friday another extra curricular activities and same for saturday and sunday. When I talk to their parents, I notice their children's emotion, he's already very tired and was even forced by the parent to say "I'm happy". So I think it's a bit too much for a kid even though I agreed learning is very important for kid.
Also, some kids even started tutorial when they're one year old, they started to learn writing, isn't it a bit early??