CGTN America releases "China Views," presenting informative and entertaining "people on the street" interviews to global social media audiences.
WASHINGTON, May 1, 2023 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- CGTN America releases "China Views," presenting informative and entertaining "people on the street" interviews to global social media audiences.
China is working to achieve modernization for over 1.4 billion people by 2035. It promotes common prosperity and all-round development from cultural advancement to global influence and contributions. How does the world feel about China and its development?
CGTN America went to the streets in six major cities in North America to sample public opinion, including Washington, D.C., New York City, San Francisco, Miami, Vancouver and Mexico City.
The result is "China Views," a lively roundup of their views on favorite Chinese foods, desired tourist destinations in China, Made-in-China products, impressions on China and China-U.S. friendship.
As for favorite Chinese food, one man from Vancouver said, "Beijing Duck. And I love that. There's not a lot of Chinese food I don't like."
When asked, "If you would win a free trip to China, where would you go?" one man from San Francisco didn't pick a big metropolitan city, but was excited to talk about a small town instead. "I would go to Linzhou, to go paragliding so I could see the beautiful sights from the sky."
As for Made-in-China products, one woman from Washington, D.C., said, "I have Hisense TV, two of them." Another woman from Mexico City said, "My phone is Xiaomi, I think it's Chinese." And from one man from Vancouver: "I think, like, the media has sometimes made them sound like Chinese products have lower quality, but I don't agree with that."
When asked about impressions on China, a woman from New York City said, "I like the history, beautiful poetry, philosophers, Confucius and also like Buddhism." Some people said they were interested in learning to speak Chinese.
Should China and the U.S. be friends? "Always!" said one man from Miami.
"People to people, we, nobody is ever adversaries. Sometimes governments have challenges with each other, but from a person to a person level, I'm sure that they're the nicest, kindest people in the world if you talk to people," a man from San Francisco said.
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Shen Jing, CGTN America, 1 2023931850, [email protected]
SOURCE CGTN America