A 2019 study from the Chinese Sleep Research Society showed that 63% of Chinese children aged between 6 to 17 get less than eight hours of sleep a night due to the heavy burden of homework. The number goes up to 81% among teenagers aged between 13 to 17.
How many hours do Chinese students sleep?
According to a survey conducted in the country’s 10 provincial-level regions, primary-school pupils log an average sleep duration of 9.5 hours a day, while middle-school students log 8.4 hours, said Lyu, noting that the excessive curriculum burden has affected some students’ sleep.
What country has the longest school day?
Among all of them, Taiwan stands out by having the longest school hours, which has angered some students while others think it’s necessary.
Which country gets the most sleep?
Among the most rested countries surveyed by Sleep Cycle, an app that tracks how much shuteye people are getting, New Zealand comes top with the average Kiwi clocking up in excess of 7.5 hours per night. Finland, the Netherlands, Australia, the UK and Belgium all rank highly for sleep, too, with Ireland close behind.
Is Chinese schools strict?
That is mostly because the curriculum in Chinese schools differs from the typical Western standards. Strict rules, the emphasis of discipline, endless homework and tests, and constant pressure from peers and teachers – that seems to be the daily life of a Chinese student.
What country is #1 in math?
PISA 2018 Mathematics Results by Country:
|1.||China (Beijing, Shanghai, Jiangsu, Zhejiang)||591|
|4.||Hong Kong, China||551|
What time do most millionaires wake up?
Often, people claim that the most successful people wake up early, and there are plenty of examples that support this, such as Jeff Bezos, Howard Schultz, Martha Stewart, Tim Cook, and Bob Iger, all millionaires who wake up before 5 a.m. (We wonder what mattresses they sleep on?)