What kind of city do you like?
I like cities that aren’t too big, but aren’t too small. I wouldn’t want to live somewhere super crowded because I think the hustle and bustle of a big city would be very draining. But I’d want to live in a metro city that has diverse stores and places to hang out at, which you can’t find in small cities.
Do you want to stay in the city?
I’ve been living in a city(XX) for school, and I’m getting the hang of it, so I think I could see myself staying here in the future. There are lots of awesome restaurants within walking distance of my apartment. Plus, I’ve made a lot of friends here, so it would be great to stay close to them.
Which city do you want to visit?
Well the city I want to visit the most is definitely London in the UK. I’ve been told how unique London is for ages. And honestly, if I have enough money, I will go have a sightseeing trip in London right away. Afriend who’s been there told me that the Buckingham palace is a must-see when I go there.
When was the last time you visit a city?
Off the top of my head, the latest trip I took in a different city was when I went to Beijing with my friends. It was a really great sightseeing trip for us and we literally soaked up the culture of Beijing in the old streets. Plus, it’s awesome that many Beijing landmarks are free to visit. After all, money doesn’t grow on trees.
Do more Chinese people stay in cities or stay in countryside?
Well, I used to hear that most of the population in China was in the countryside, but now I’d say more Chinese people are becoming city residents. I think it’s mainly because the economy is changing, which drives more people to find a job in cities rather than staying in their hometown in rural areas. At least, most rural youth won’t get stuck in the farms willingly.
Do you like to live in a city or the countryside?
Personally, I love living in the countryside more than the city. Even though things are more accessible in the city, it’s really great to be close to nature. I don’t think people appreciate that enough. There’s something really beautiful about seeing trees around, not just buildings. Plus, the fresh air does wonders for your health.
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