Sunday, October 5, 2008


In China the autumn school semester always start on September 1st. All of the students must wear the correct uniform to school everyday. The schools officers believe that wearing a uniform helps unite children; develop a self – concept, and build a sense of pride in their school. The parents are responsible for ensuring that their children are wearing the proper uniform and that they are well groomed for the day. There is a range of uniform clothing designed for summer, autumn, winter and sports wear. The students want to change their school uniforms to more fashionable Korean/Japanese styles. The students definitely agreed to the change but parents objected saying that the uniforms looked too good and would encourage early romances among the students. Considering how ugly the current Chinese school uniforms are. Knowing how Chinese students already dislike the styles. It wouldn't be a bad idea to try something new for a change. It would definitely make the girls look cuter. Anyway, I remember back in high school when school uniforms were a topic of discussion. Honestly, I was somewhat leaning towards for school uniforms as I spent too much of my morning minutes deciding what clothes to wear. Also, it would relieve financial stress on parents to frequently purchase new clothes. So, I don't think the uniform is bad thing for the students.

1 comment:

Anna said...

That's really interesting. I tried to google Chinese High School Uniforms but I didn't really see any. I don't know the difference, but I'll take your word for it.
I've enjoyed reading your blogs this term, see you in the next one.