What do young people think of China and India

• What do young people think of China and India

Photograph of England, Adrian Fisk (Adrian Fisk) planned to do a project called iSpeak. Its essence was to ensure to ask questions from 16 to 30 years old young people about what they care about and what they are thinking. Target countries were selected by India and China.

What do young people think of China and India

Rainbow Su, 22 years old. Studies as the programmer. The province of Guangdong.

"I care about one thing - the girls in China have become a materialist. If I do not have your house or apartment, my girlfriend will never marry me. My parents can not help me financially, so I will have to find a good job with a high salary. This is what I really want "

What do young people think of China and India

Chow Liang, 17 years. Studies at the hairdresser. The province of Gansu.

"In the eyes of the older generation I am a bad person because of how I look. But actually I obedient and kind "

What do young people think of China and India

Jia Jia, 25 years. During the day working as an operator in the evening studying to be an economist, worked at night as a dancer in a nightclub. The province of Guangxi.

"Today, many young people did not think about the development of China and the world as a whole. They are important only themselves, but the people and the issues around simply ignore "

What do young people think of China and India

Zhang Xiang Yun, 24. Builder. The province of Gansu.

(Do not know how to write) "I want to see our country and its economy has developed faster and better"

What do young people think of China and India

Luo Zheng Chui, 30 years. Farmer. The province of Yunnan.

"After watching TV, I have a lot of ideas, but I know I'll never be able to implement them"

What do young people think of China and India

Ma Xiao Lian, 19 years. Farmer. The province of Qinghai.

(Do not know how to write) "My husband and I want to emigrate to find work, then we and our parents will be happy"

What do young people think of China and India

Alex Li, 22 years old. He is studying to be an economist. The province of Guangdong.

"I can not fix their own destiny. Therefore, I do not make plans for the future "

What do young people think of China and India

Heela, 23 years old. A housewife. Gujarat State.

"I do not like to wear a sari (women's clothing in India)"

What do young people think of China and India

Bharati, 23 years old. Works as a prostitute, have one child, pregnant with a second. City Bombay.

(Do not know how to write) "I am the same person, just like everyone else"

What do young people think of China and India

Nadeem Ahmad, 20 years old. He is studying for math. The city of New Delhi.

"I am a Muslim, and every person in India thinks that I am a dangerous terrorist and brainless dimwit. Looking at me, they have the impression that I do not support India. So I'll leave here as soon as I finish my studies "

What do young people think of China and India

Ramila Mandoriya, 28 years old. He works in the dining room, the mother of three children. State of Madhya Pradesh.

"Sometimes we have to go three kilometers in search of water. I want to have a hand pump "

What do young people think of China and India

Vibhuti Singh, 22 years old. Studies at the journalist. The city of New Delhi.

"I want to meet someone and to me for it did not condemn"