The term “China one” refers to the child who was born after the 1980s, when China launched the one-child policy. Not only are they the family’s only child, but they are also the family’s center of attention. Their parents and grandparents would spare no efforts in taking care of them, and would give them anything and everything, as if they were the “emperor” of the family.
As a result, most children of the “China one” generation lack independence as they have become so reliant on their families for support. Some parents even hired a maid for their children when they go to college. Other unfavorable characteristics include: bad communication skills, rudeness, ungratefulness and self-centeredness.