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liuzhou

liuzhou

1 hour ago, ambra said:

Is this thread only about China

 

Certainly not! That was just my intro to the topic.

My two kids, born, bred and still in Britain, were always and are still adventurous eaters, but I'd heard and read parents talk about difficulties with their children, although I never thought about it much. Then, one day I realised I wasn't hearing those stories any more. The only significant thing that had changed was I'd moved to China, so I started loking closer.

I am mainly just interested in exploring whether or not there are cultural differences in children's food choices and aversions.

But it's not my thread. I just started it. Whatever direction it goes in, so long as it stays on topic, is up to everyone else. In fact, I look forward to it widening.

I lived in Italy for a couple of years, many years ago, and would love to hear about your experience. This topic wasn't something on my radar back then.

liuzhou

liuzhou

51 minutes ago, ambra said:

Is this thread only about China

 

Certainly not! That was just my intro to the topic.

My two kids, born, bred and still in Britain, were always and are still adventurous eaters, but I'd heard and read parents talk about difficulties with their children, although I never thought about it much. Then, one day I realised I wasn't hearing those stories any more. The only significant thing that had changed was I'd moved to China, so I started loking closer.

I am mainly just interested in exploring whether or not there are cultural differences in children's food choices and aversions.

But it's not my thread. I just started it. Whatever direction it goes in, so long as it stays on topic, is up to everyone else. In fact, I look forward to it widening.

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