1.Which holiday is your favorite?
I prefer the Spring Festival, which is actually a traditional Chinese festival. I love it for two reasons.One is that I can take a long holiday, which might be a fantastic chance for me to relax. Another reason is that the SpringFestival is when we family members gather together. Spending time with them, I think, is sweet and pleasant.
2.How do you usually spend your holidays?
Well, the way to pass my holidays depends on the length of them. If there is only a three-day vacation, staying at home with video games and latest movies or reality shows would be my first choice. But if time permits, I will be more than willing to have a short trip to some cities next to mine. A long-time journey is something that I will never choose since it can be very exhausting.
3.Do you think people need more public holidays?
Yes, definitely! The reasons are simple: people’s pressure is growing quickly nowadays, so taking more time off is both mentally and physically beneficial to them. Also, I believe that the advances of technology have increased the efficiency of people’s work so it might be a great choice to give them more spare time, so that they may come back with more energy.
4.How many public holidays do you have in China?
That is a tough question because I’ve never counted the number of them. I suppose the figure may bearound 10 and most of them last only three days so we can only take very brief rests. But actually, the number of holidays used to be even smaller so I think the situation is being improved.