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these pictures are not just making headlines around the world there also sparking big discussions online in places as far away as china but not for the reasons you might think , i'm reuters and italy in shanghai many on the mainland our shots at kate's public appearance so soon after giving birth , said about the faith on the value of your goods and old chinese tradition that confines women who have given birth to their homes for at least thirty days women are still doing this this day there's a list of strict rules that come with it for example you should totally avoid the cold new mothers are sometimes not even allowed to open a refrigerator so in china you wouldn't step how like kate without first getting seriously covered up , you also wouldn't wear makeup or heels often no showers are allowed no water she even took her head following the rules of your kids is common even among the younger generation some friends of my were forbidden from brushing their teeth and one was required to eat six different types of eggs a day while resting in bed that actually made a baby break out in a rash , all these strange traditions must have had some good reason behind them centuries ago but in modern day china one blogger pointed to the lack of science behind all this but others challenge them saying good luck with trying to convince your wife to scrap the rules another set goods is probably the only chance in a chinese woman's life that she gets to be taken care of that's why men and women still defend this whole discussion over goods wasn't such a big deal to years ago when the duchess of cambridge presented baby george , but with his baby sister somehow hearing faraway china the focus is squarely on the post partum traditions of the royal family and whether it might be time to update hours