The government is working with a goal for providing compulsory education for all, but it is quite a difficult task for a world’s most populous nation. Although continuous efforts have been made by the Chinese government since years, the country is still governed by few elite educated people and university education is still a dream for the majority of population. China with a population of above 1.3 billion people just has 2.5 million places with university education. It is seen that out of every 100 Chinese, only three or four pass the entrance exams of university (Hawkins, 2009). With the expansion in enrolment by the universities and colleges made the educational system of China better since years but this enrolment of students was enough for curbing the needs of Chinese educational system. Students are forced to into high schools that offer best means for preparing for university level education (Hai, 2004). This even determines the future of the child since early childhood days. The state of sever competition for better education starts from elementary school level when children below 10 years of age struggle for getting best grades and for that purpose they spend long hours in reading and learning lessons of school and completing their home assignment that will help them is getting better grades (Wang, 2006). It is the better grades that can keep the elementary school children in competition for winning the race of being admitted into good high schools and from there to colleges. School going children in China do not get leisure time for playing in their childhood days.