1.Which city do you want to go to?
2.What kind of cities do you like?
3.Do you prefer the city or the countryside?
4.Which city have you been to recently?
5.Do you like the city you are living in now?
1. Which city do you want to go to?
The first city coming to my mind is London - The history, the parks, the gardens, the museums, the architecture, the fashion, the theatre, the music, the British humour, the food, all aspects are very appealing to me. I’ve learnt so much from movies and books but I haven’t got a chance to go to England.
2. What kind of cities do you like?
I just enjoy the happening atmosphere of big and rapidly growing cities, that’s why I like many China cities I’ve been to, Shenzhen and Guangzhou, you can feel how quickly it has developed. I also like going to cities where you can feel impressive aspects of history. One city I went to recently used to have its own imperial palace and has a Korean minority influence, which is very fascinating.
3. Do you prefer the city or the countryside?
I would say the city. The countryside lacks many of the advantages that make city living enjoyable. For instance, more entertainment options, top quality restaurants and shopping malls, better medical care and education. Especially for younger people, Living in the city provides people with thousands of career choices. There are always more jobs available compared to countryside with a smaller population.
4. Which city have you been to recently?
I have been to quite a few cities in China so far, for instance, the top 10 largest cities Shanghai, Beijing, Tianjin, Shenzhen, Guangzhou, Chengdu. I’ve also travelled to a few cities in other countries, although just for a few days, some cities are really memorable, including Bangkok, New York and Osaka.
5. Do you like the city you are living in now?
Currently, I am living in Hong Kong and I enjoy living here very much. It’s a food and shopping paradise for many people. I think the overall infrastructure here is well developed which makes our daily lives a lot easier. This is also a place with integration of Chinese and Western cultures, meaning I can always experience things or people from different background.