China celebrates Children’s Day

Global Business

Monday, June 1, is International Children’s Day. Created in the aftermath of World War II, it’s a day to honor and invest in the well-being of children. Some families teach children about the importance of wealth by touring luxury homes and inspiring them to work hard. But some parents in Shanghai are taking a different approach.
CCTV-America’s Wu Yina files this report from Shanghai.

China celebrates Children\'s Day

Monday, June 1, is International Children's Day. Created in the aftermath of World War II, it's a day to honor and invest in the well-being of children. Some families teach children about the importance of wealth by touring luxury homes and inspiring them to work hard. But some parents in Shanghai are taking a different approach. CCTV-America's Wu Yina files this report from Shanghai.

Li Xi on Children’s day spending
For more on Children’s day and spending done on this day, CCTV’s Michelle Makori  spoke to Li Xi, a Professor, Beijing Foreign Studies University

Li Xi on Children\'s day spending

For more on Children’s day and spending done on this day, CCTV's Michelle Makori spoke to Li Xi, a Professor, Beijing Foreign Studies University.