Wednesday, January 30, 2013 6:21:02 AM
I would like to hear Jackie Chan say again how corrupt America is. Corrupt: I don't think it means what you think it means. The problem you described is a problem of culture, not corruption.
Tuesday, January 29, 2013 7:35:45 PM
This is not unusual in China. People will not interfere with a parent "disciplining" their children, and you would probably end up on the wrong side of the law for intervening.
I would like to hear Jackie Chan say again how corrupt America is.
To those who say we are as bad, let's see you beat a child in public with that many people around and just walk away. I would bet someone would hand you your ass, and then call the police.
Tuesday, January 29, 2013 6:00:45 PM
What bothers me is that the camera man obviously saw this happening before he started filming... @gary8162: I disagree. The child is still walking down the stairs when the camera turns to film them. I think what happened was: (and it's just a guess) he was filming something else, heard the man yelling, turned to film that. What could he (the camera person) do? From that far away? Nothing. It`s really NOT his (or her) fault for inaction. Those much closer? Yeah I balme them, but I also understand that it`s human nature.
The "mother" otoh? I blame her just as much as the "father" for allowing this to happen...
Tuesday, January 29, 2013 4:34:26 PM
Its Ok, someday the little guy wil be the size his dad is and the dad wil be either using a walker or in a wheelchair , and when little guy and dad are at the top of the same same steps,there will some real arse kickin!!!