Actress Gives Suggestions on Balancing Family and Work

May 29, 2018
Editor: Xie Wen
Actress Gives Suggestions on Balancing Family and Work
Guan Yue(C) is awarded the Female Happiness Model Award. [Xinhua]

 

Chinese actress Guan Yue attended an unveiling ceremony of online company Journey of Happiness and was awarded the Female Happiness Model Award in Shanghai on May 13.

At the ceremony, Guan shared her views on Chinese women's happiness and gave some suggestions to both women and men so that they could achieve a better balance between work and family.

As an actress, a film producer and a mother of three children, Guan was fully aware of the fact that women were in a dilemma between their careers and families. She said that faced with the dual pressures of career and family, it is necessary to manage one’s time appropriately on the one hand and involve the support from men on the other.

At the event, Guan especially thanked her husband Tong Dawei for his support of her career and his dedication to their family. She also revealed that Tong always took the initiative to cook and take care of the children while he's not working so that she can pursue her career with plenty of time.

Guan delivered a speech at the event and suggested women manage their priorities in dealing with multiple tasks and fully concentrate on them to be more efficient. She also advocated for parents to spend more quality time with their children, and for men to voluntarily shoulder the responsibility of taking care of the family and providing more support to their partners.

 

Actress Gives Suggestions on Balancing Family and Work
Guan Yue speaks at the ceremony. [Xinhua]

 

(Source: Xinhua/Translated and edited by Women of China)

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