A recent Forbes article describes a rash of new Chinese parents logging on to "social-parenting" sites such as Babytree to offer advice and garner parenting tips from other new Chinese parents.

A recent Forbes article describes a rash of new Chinese parents logging on to “social-parenting” sites such as Babytree to offer advice and garner parenting tips from other new Chinese parents.

While this is not a new phenomena, it points to a potential societal change amongst young Chinese parents from a familial baby-raising environment, to one where what is best for Little Xiao is not solely dictated by his Grandparents, but instead entrusted to thousands of faceless online members.

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