I think that all your articles on authoritarian parents should be prefaced with a warning to seek professional help.
So you're a kid currently growing up in a household with overbearing Asian parents, the sort that probably: I'll briefly talk about Options 1 and 2 and then spend the majority of this article on Option 3, which I feel is the only reasonable choice.
And also, being the first one to go home every single time.
Two inches above the knees is considered rebellion.
I assert that Asian parents' obsessive emphasis on grades, test scores, and college rankings originate from their upbringing in a poor, oppressive, and politically-unstable third-world society.
I then encourage kids growing up under these overbearing parents to try to understand why their parents feel so strongly about such issues, and then try to accept them for who they are rather than rebelling against or trying to change them.