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有声:父亲不让女儿上大学 读大学值不值引讨论

2013-09-11    来源:CRI    【      美国外教 在线口语培训

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With Online Unleashed, here's Zeng Liang

父亲不让女儿上大学 读大学值不值引讨论

近日,成都女孩玲玲考上大学本科,父亲拒绝供其读书,认为“上大学无用,捡垃圾都比读书强”。该事件一经媒体报道就引发热议,有网友认为四年大学生活提高了自己的修养,也有网友因为大学毕业后工资不如农民工而认为读大学没用,还有网友认为上大学值不值取决于读的是不是名牌大学。

对此,你怎么看?

As many Chinese teenagers start their college life this month, a father is refusing to finance his daughter's college education, claiming that a college degree is "useless."
Ling Ling's father is a farmer-turned businessman in Sichuan. With a primary school education background, he started his business and brought his whole family to the provincial capital.
Having witnessed the grim employment situation of college graduates and the poor salary they earn, the father's made up his mind and wants his daughter to start her own business straight after high school.
According to an online survey, over 70 percent of netizens give their support to the father.

Columnist Wang Siyang says on opencolleges.edu.cn,
As in many other nations across the globe, a college degree is losing its attractiveness because so many people have one. But for Chinese people, it's more than that. They no longer respect college education because of its failure in preparing them for today's careers.

XXX Du Hou Gan says on e.chengdu.cn,
Colleges and universities have a very ambiguous position here in China. They serve as a stepping stone to a good job but not as a place that offers true education. Once they failed to play this role, they would naturally lose their charm.

Lin Yun agrees on ifeng.com,
In today's China, a university is more like a place for entertainment to compensate for the previous 12 years of rigid learning. As a result, despite the shocking number of graduates, it's still difficult for employers to find college students equipped with the professional skills or knowledge they value most. In such a case, a college degree is far from being the only way to a successful career. By getting rid of college education and getting well practised at work, one can also be successful in his or her career

Dong Yunxiang Beijing says on ce.cn,
Ling Ling's father has made a wise choice. Theoretically it is right in gaining more education, yet practically it is not as good as one can imagine, especially for women. Look at the tragedies of educated women in China. Many are not as happy as the under-educated. Chinese men generally prefer smart educated women to be his partners in business, politics, entertainment, etc, but not in family as a life partner, except when he thinks she is not as smart as him in one way or another.

On chinanews.com, a professor from Tsinghua University, Li Yue, gives his point of view,
In a pluralistic society, it's totally understandable that people have multiple choices towards their future. And I agree that university is not necessarily suitable for everyone. But as parents, they should support their kid's choice. High school graduates are already adults. They have the right to choose their future life. The father, in this case, has no right to interfere in his daughter's future. The girl wants to receive university education and has already been enrolled into a key local university. Just let her go.

Pao Pao Tang says on voc.com.cn,
Ling Ling's case is calling for an urgent reform to China's higher education system. If universities have to play the role as a stepping stone for future jobs, please play it well. There's no use in blindly expanding a university's scale. Just make some reforms to the classes being taught. Getting rid of those compulsory ideology classes and opening more classes closely connected with the latest development in society. In that case, university graduates would be much more welcome in society and are more capable of landing good jobs.

Thanks, Zeng Liang.
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