At first I would always have to fight with them because my classes would take place during Sunday’ 12 to 1 in the afternoon. As a typically Chicago sports fan, the Chicago Bears would usually play in this time slot. Also, this was in 2005, when the Chicago Bears went to the Superbowl. So every week on Sunday, I would have to go to the temple and learn how to read Gujarati, and miss out on the games. As this happened for almost two years, soon I was getting infuriated. I would argue with my parents the class is useless, and nobody in the United States will make me read in Gujarati. My argument came out to be unsuccessful, and my parents kept on forcing me to go to class. Now, after ten years later, I can say thank you to my parents for forcing me to go to class every week. As it turns out, learning Gujarati not only helped me speak in my religious conference, but also to become a translator for many of my peers. Additionally, learning the language helped me communicate with my grandparents, and more of the older generations.
Likewise, Chua forced her children to learn about Mandarin Chinese. In these scenarios, being authoritarian parents is good because the parents know what is best for their children. If parents are permissive the children will have the freedom of doing whatever they want. However, at a young age freedom is not good because children are unable to differentiate between what is wrong and right. Chua was right, of doing whatever she did to her children, however, there were some techniques that were