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Preventing Daughter from Myopia, Mother Uses Rope to Hold Braid

In ancient times, there were “head hanging beam”, and today there is “red rope tying the braid”.

On May 30, in order to prevent her daughter Zhong Bao from being short-sighted, a lady in Xi’an used a rope to hold her daughter’s braid during her online class. The lady immediately aroused the attention of her friends after posting it in the circle of WeChat.

Mother Uses Rope to Hold Braid of Daughter
Mother Uses Rope to Hold Braid of Daughter

Zhong Bao ’s mother said that her daughter was in the second grade of elementary school and had been on the Internet class during the epidemic. When going to the hospital for examination, myopia is about 100 degrees. “

After going to the hospital for an examination, Zhong Bao ’s mother went home and found a way to put the online class on TV, instead of letting Zhong Bao stare at the Ipad at close range.

Zhong Bao’s mother said that even if she used TV to surf the Internet, her daughter would still lean forward unconsciously. In order to prevent myopia, her daughter took a two-hour online class, she manually pulled the braid with a rope for two hours to ensure that the daughter had a good sitting posture in the online class. “The rope was tied to the stool before, but it was useless. In the end, the stool was pulled away by my daughter, so now I am pulling it by the side.”

“In order to manage the sitting position of my daughter, I have thought of many ways before, and I have bought many artifacts online, but I feel that it is not very useful, so I get this way now. In the future, I will continue to stay with my daughter and help her manage the sitting position to prevent myopia. “Zhong Bao’s mother said.

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Nancy Huang
I'm a journalist in Shenzhen, China. I have been working in several news agencies in China since 2008.


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