did not grow up under the vision of patriarchal women. In modern parlance, she means "being yourself". She credits her father's "avant-garde" upbringing for giving her great freedom. Her father once told her and her sister, "You can do anything a boy can do." She was not good at needlework, and her father said proudly, "You don't have to learn, there will be machines in the future." She loves to play, and her father said: " You don’t have to be so serious about reading.” "I'm not bound by traditional women, so I can better display my nature."
Don't think you're just a girl." Division of labor. Family is like a "Ding", women should have their own interests Mrs. Weiwei looks at the achievements targeted email list of children, which is different from the goal of universal utilitarianism. "Most of the children in the neighborhood will set off firecrackers when they come to power. We don't have firecrackers in our house."
fully supports her children. To chase their dreams, ask them to choose the path they like and walk it down. Courtesy of Mrs Vivi Mrs. Weiwei fully supports her three children in pursuit of their dreams She described the family as a "cauldron". The three horns are equally important as wives, husbands, and children. "Women need to know how to live their own lives and have their own interests." However, many women wrote to her to confide in their hearts, and most of all The entanglement is often the problem of marriage.