wàng zǐ chéng lóng means parents hold high hopes for their children.
A Chinese Dragon, or Loong, is a metaphor for noble and outstanding people.
This idiom means parents hope their children can achieve academic and professional success.
Some people believe that parents' hope for excellence in their children is understandable because it can encourage them to make more progress. However, others think that setting too high of a goal for a child may create excessive pressure. What are your opinions?