1.Has the transport changed over the past 20 years in China?
Yes，very much indeed. We used to have very few bus lines years ago. Most people would use their bikes to get to places in the city. But now in big cities， there are more bus lines linking different places so it is a lot more convenient. Some cities also have subway lines so it makes traveling much faster than before. There are also more taxis in cities and more people are also using that as a mode of transportation.
2.Let‘s talk a little about traveling and transport. For a long trip， how do you prefer to travel? In my country， if it is a long trip， I would prefer to take a train ride. Not only is train ride more economical， but also the time and route have shortened tremendously in the past few years. Air travel is more expensive and they are often beyond my budget.
3.Let’s talk about your hometown or village. What kind of place is it?
My hometown is in the outskirts of Beijing. Maybe one hour travel time to get to Beijing. Fairly close I would say. The people there are mostly farmers but many young people have gone to Beijing to work. I like the place because it is very quiet. Unlike the people in big cities who are more complicated， the people of the place where I come from are usually more down to earth.
4. Why do you think trains are better than buses?
Trains are better because they don‘t encounter any traffic， whereas sometimes in the bus， we get stuck in the traffic. Also， it is always difficult to get on the buses during the peak hour but with the train， you can bet that the chances of getting on are always greater during the peak hour.
5. What kind of parent do you intend to be?
I want to have a good relationship with my child. I have seen so many kids who don’t really know their own parents， and I don‘t want to end up like that. I do plan to be strict， but loving. I want my child to always feel comfortable to approach me， whether they’ve been good or bad. It‘s pretty easy to tell you what kind of parent I want to be， but when I actually become a parent， I’m sure I‘ll have to revise my ideals a bit.