1. Where do you come from?
As a matter of fact, I was born in a city where I still reside, which is New Delhi. As far as my parents are concerned, even they were born in New Delhi. This is a beautiful city with lots of evidence and marks of history, tradition and modernization. It’s the capital of India and indeed a massive metropolitan area which is situated on the north side of the country.
2. What's the most attractive part of your hometown?
The modern facilities that have been brought to my hometown are, in my opinion, the most interesting parts due to which I would say that I like my hometown. The medical facilities along with the education have really developed in the past decade or so. In terms of places India Gate, Lotus temple, Qutb Minar, The Red Fort are some interesting places and attraction in my hometown.
3. What’s the weather like in your hometown?
The weather in Beijing is quite unpleasant. The temperatures vary significantly in a year, by that I mean, it is incredibly hot in summer and bleak in winter. In spring, there are often sand storms, which can cover you with dust as thick as a chalk.
5. Has your hometown changed much these years?
Yes, and in a very fast pace. Over the past few years, there has been a welcoming change as far as the public transport has developed. Apart from this, as already informed, there has been an increase in the area of medical facilities in the form of hospitals catering with up to date and latest machines. More and more people are coming to live in the capital city for better employment, education and treatment. As a result, the population here is also increasing.