Where do Chinese people like to travel to?
As far as I know, tons of people in my country, including me and my family, really love having a vacation at seaside resorts during their holidays. I mean, the beautiful natural sceneries at the beach and variety of fun activities there can allow you to blow off steam easily. Plus, many Chinese people, especially the elderly, also prefer to travel to historical attractions. Places like the Forbidden City and the Temple of Heaven can truly blow you away.
What kinds of activities do people like to do for holidays?
Well, I suppose it depends on what type of people you’re talking about. Some introverted people might like just kicking back and relaxing at home, but more extroverted people probably like travelling far from their normal environment and doing activities outside their comfort zone. I think in general, people like doing something that gives them a break from their normal routines, whether that’s something calm like reading books at home or exciting like going skiing.
Why do some people prefer to stay at home during holidays?
It seems to me that some people prefer staying at home during holidays because they’re more introverted. Homebodies like being where they’re most comfortable, which is in a familiar environment. So it makes sense that they wouldn’t want to go outside their comfort zone by travelling somewhere new during the holidays. Sometimes it’s about practicality though. My parents like staying at home because they think travelling is too hectic during the holidayseason.
What do you think about young people having a gap year before they enter university?
I think having a gap year can be very helpful for some young people before they start working or enter university. Some of them don’t have an inkling of what they want to do with their lives, so instead of throwing their money down the drain on a degree they might not be interested in, it’s better to take a gap year and explore their options. Sometimes they need a break before they begin the next chapter of their lives.
Do people in China have enough holidays? Do people want more holidays?
Um…definitely no. I mean, who doesn’t want more holidays? Even though there are technically enough holidays for people in my country, I believe they would appreciate some more. Everyone needs time to just blow off steam or kick back and relax, which can be hard to do even when on holiday. I suppose that it could really help people be more productive at work and school if they had more time off.
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