2 The interesting battery operated bump'n go action makes the baby drive well.
Hold on a second. Are you telling me that watching a maniac elephant smash into things is actually how Chinese people teach their babies to drive!? Because last week in a parking lot, they told me I was racist when I screamed that exact thing at them.
3 The pretty music arouse baby to learn music.
Forgive me if I'm skeptical of child psychology research done by a sweatshop's copy writer, but I don't think there's a link between musical aptitude and an elephant monster playing "Camptown Races" with a car horn. If this said "Pretty music cause baby work harder and meat more tender," then OK, you're the expert.
1 [again] The shining Flashing light can arouse the seeing baby's interests.
I think I'm starting to get it. If you shine a flashlight into a baby's face for 20 minutes a day, it will be a certified technician by the time it turns 4! But wait, if setting a baby near beeps and lights turns him into a genius, then why are there so many stupid babies? And how did the last generation of understimulated idiot babies grow up to invent something as brilliant as AMVSING TRUCK? Time travel? It's time travel, isn't it?