A recent visit to Pasadena Community College in California told a different story, contrary to the stereotype espoused by Yale University professor Amy Chua's controversial best seller, "Battle Hymn of the Tiger Mother." High-achieving Asians aren't at all typical of first generation Asian-American immigrants.
A recent visit to Pasadena Community College in California told a different story, contrary to the stereotype espoused by Yale University professor Amy Chua's controversial best seller, "Battle Hymn of the Tiger Mother." High-achieving Asians aren't at all typical of first generation Asian-American immigrants. Larry D. Moore, used under a Creative Commons ShareAlike License/MCT
A recent visit to Pasadena Community College in California told a different story, contrary to the stereotype espoused by Yale University professor Amy Chua's controversial best seller, "Battle Hymn of the Tiger Mother." High-achieving Asians aren't at all typical of first generation Asian-American immigrants. Larry D. Moore, used under a Creative Commons ShareAlike License/MCT

'Tiger Mother' meets reality: Asian students struggle, too

February 11, 2011 03:54 PM

UPDATED February 13, 2011 01:14 AM

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