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Smartphones cry out for too much of our attention

China Daily | Updated: 2017-07-07 09:13

"THEY SAY I am their baby. But I think the smartphone is their baby, not me." This comment an 11-year-old girl wrote in her summer vacation diary was posted online by her mother, arousing heated debate. comments:

There have long been calls for parents to put down their smartphones to be with their children, but at least for now such calls do not seem to have been heeded. People are still addicted to their smartphones.

Many worry that smartphones are ruining the relationships between parents and their children. The logic is simple: Parents have limited time and energy and if they spend too much time on their smartphones, they will naturally have less time to spend with their children.

Smartphones cry out for too much of our attention

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