In Asian countries, society does not encourage women to compete and have a career in the work place. Many Asian women are compelled to live their own life according to somebody else’s decision. Women find other solution to fulfill their desire to have a better life. Sheryl Sandberg, the chief operating officer of facebook, highlights the main notion of Asian society that believes women to stay in home where men are responsible for earning for the family. She states, “Most people assume that women are responsible for households and child care. Most couples operate that way - not all. That fundamental assumption holds women back” (“Sheryl Sandberg quotes”). The postulates that men are assigned only for earning money demoralizes women to participate in workfo...
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