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I remember seeing a Chinese documentary on children at Olympic training school who are taken from their families at a young age and train for hours a day to try and perfect their talents. Chinese diver Wu Minxia was no different and her parents had kept a secret from her for years. The secret that both of her grandparents had passed away several years ago. They did this so it would not interfere with her diving career. Her dad said that, "We accepted a long time ago that she doesn`t belong entirely to us," Wu Yuming told the Shanghai Morning Post. "I don`t even dare to think about things like enjoying family happiness." That seems really sad for a parent to think that way as it seems winning a gold medal is more important than family and telling your daughter know that her grandparents passed away so she could attend their funeral.
Do you think what her parents did was wrong and twisted?
Do you think it would`ve even affected her diving career considering it was several years ago?