Will you kneel down before your teachers for gratitude?
|Sep 12, 2008 02:07|
Sep. 10 is the Teachers' Day. Several parents in Dongguan of Guangdong Province brought their children to thank their teachers. They didn't bring precious gifts to the teachers. Instead, their children knelt before their teachers to show their respect and gratitude.
Those children's behaviour has caused a discussion. Some people think that it was a bit exaggerated to kneel down before your teachers. A bow is enough. But a professor says that kneeling is a way to show your respect to a "reverend" person and the teachers are "reverend" persons. So it is ok to kneel down before your teachers.
Will you kneel down before your teachers to show your gratitude?
|Sep 12, 2008 04:20||#1|
||There are many ways to show your gratitude to your teachers. Why do you have to kneel down before them?|
|Jul 24, 2009 00:54||#2|
|GUEST10248||Kneel down only to our Living Lord God who created us. Not to anybody or anything else.|
|Jul 29, 2009 23:11||#3|
||I'm a chinese,I never did such thing,but I also respect my teachers.|
|Aug 3, 2009 02:06||#5|
|GUEST1314||I will only kneel before my parents, my wife .... and God. Nobody else.|
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