• @hetieshou I cringed when my husband used that term on our baby initially, but I got used to it and I think it's so cute and appropriate now. She is definitely a princess and precious in our eyes and I hope she remembers that. I feel Asians in general get taught to be too humble, too practical and not raised with enough affection or self-esteem. A nickname might or might not change any of that, but it's a start. Meanwhile, raising a child to be self-sufficient is also extremely critical in this time and we won't let her miss any of that, but giving her a royal nickname also won't prevent that from happening. We also call her piggy as a joke lol.
  • @heather Are you serious? I guess we can never understand some people.
  • @potatochip I guess so and yes it is different for everyone. Oh yes, some parents give their children the most terrible nicknames ever. My parents never used my real name. My brothers called me baby and still do to this day and my parents called me girl. My annoying relatives called me Cinderella for many years too. Some still call me that til this day. I guess it is more important of how you teach and discipline your kids regardless if they are a boy or girl.
  • @hetieshou It's different for everyone. But calling your child prince or princess does not necessarily mean they are spoiled. People also do the opposite, give their child awful nicknames. The children don't become those either.
  • @hetieshou I actually know parents that NAMED their child Prince...
  • @coralie I was my mom’s only daughter with 7 boys and I guess I was precious to her to some extent, but she would never use that term.
  • @coralie It depends as my late mom was a loving mother but she would never use those terms to refer to me or my brothers ever.
  • @potatochip Even though I am not a parent yet, I am an aunt and love my nephews like my own and spoil them but never would I call them prince. I teach them and all too to make sure they would not become spoiled brats and bad people. I was the only daughter of my parents with 7 brothers and my parents were very strict on me. I guess they loved me but they feared I would be become an entitled spoiled brat so they were very strict. My parents hated the terms prince and princess and never used those terms as they were afraid of my brothers and I becoming self entitled brats. Luckily, none of us are like that and my late parents were proud of that. I am different from most women too and my parents did not want me to be like most women who take advantage of guys and all.
  • @hetieshou I use to think that way before I had my kids. But now call my daughter princess, partly to make fun of myself and how much I love her. She isn't spoiled, I actually wish I could do more for her. Love my sons, but they aren't called princes. It's a different feel with each child with their nicknames.
  • I must say that I hate it when people call their daughters and sons princess and prince. It is sweet to adore your children but no need to refer to them as that. Sadly that is why some kids become spoiled brats.
  • @seriously Good point and it shows that we should not believe everything we hear or read on the news, especially when there is only 1-2 articles about it.
  • @jimmyszeto I think you are right as she probably spent it recklessly or has it stuck in stocks or whatever and cannot cash it out on time. Maybe life has been too good for her that now she is finally struggling so cannot handle even a little problem.
  • @msxie0714 I know about all that but I thought that Asian artists would be smarter with their money unlike American artists who spend their millions like water. They then end up living in their car or applying for food stamps. That actually happened in real life with a few American artists.
  • @jimmyszeto Like I have said, they have money so can afford to hire help that many of us would not be able to afford to.
  • @hetieshou quite a few famous Americans millionaire celebrities and athletes ended up broke due to lack of good economic planning. Spending recklessly into the poorhouse is not an uncommon story.
  • @hetieshou Good luck on looking after the kid when the parents are 65+ and the kid is only 15..
  • @hetieshou Likely overspending whether it is the luxurious rental property or other extravagant assets. The Lockdown hadn’t exactly gone on for months and months and she is already struggling. Wouldn’t worry about Hana though. Singers can probably get all sorts of income through hired to sing at rich parties. It would be funny that she is ‘jade solid gold best female singer’ and struggling after a couple of months without work. Obviously not popular enough too...
  • @littlefish Honestly, you should not stereotype like that. I met some nice Mainlanders, Taiwanese, HKers but I met bad ones from all those places too. I noticed that some Taiwanese and Hkers look down on mainlanders too. It is not true that mainlanders have problems mingling with westernizers. Mainlanders are not primitive like you think. My sister in law is a mainlander and she is nothing like you said. As you said, the few mainlanders you know which doesn’t represent a whole population. I can tell you that a number of Koreans that I met, especially the women are very competitive, look down on you, always think they are better,etc.. But I have met some nice ones too and one of them is a close friend of mine. Basically, do not stereotype as not everyone is the same and your ethnicity should not determine how you are.
  • @msxie0714 Exactly but I truly wonder if she is such a popular singer then wouldn’t she make a lot of money? Therefore, wouldn’t she have quite a bit of money saved up? Unless she spent it all or maybe she is not as popular as she originally thought she was.
  • @cutie777 Good point but what if she does not want to ask them as she is a working adult. I definitely would not ask my family unless I became extremely desperate. Parents maybe but not siblings unless they are still single. Ones who are married are a different story as they would prioritize their own family first.
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