Sailor uncle, I see you becoming a bada errr more bada aadmi soon.
If you need a strict vegetarian cook for such projects who can make good ghar ka khana, you know who to contac
Ashu- It is a pleasure to hear from you whenever you contact but why should I think of taking you as a cook? Why not as a Project Manager? Think Big!!
Suresh Rao / / 7 months ago
This series will be a hit. You are going about it the right way. I like the way you gossip about where you live now and where you lived previously!
navneet / / 7 months ago
Suresh Ji- I wish Sulekha becomes as vibrant as it was a few years ago. Then I won't have any problem of views and comments. The Chinese tell me that my popularity in China isn't waning and I am happy and contended.
Let's see how best can I bring to you the essence of everyday life here at China- Geeta. I will try my best.
Ha..hah! Very nice, Navneetji. It would be nice to get the 'sights and sounds' of ordinary China from you. Please include pictures of the daily sights you see around you.
My dear Navneet,
I visited China before liberalisation. I found China as dirty as India was and their habits as repugnant as some of ours. I found Shanghai no different from Calcutta including the unruly behavior of crowds. I had Peking duck the famous Chinese dish but the poshest restaurants had dirty wash rooms or rest rooms. In fact, I found things were no different from several countries under com ism. When I visited some villages, they were as primitive as our villages. Of course, the country has changed rapidly in the last twenty years.
GV sir, China's progress after liberalization is stupendous. That's what actually drew me to write about China after I came here. It can inspire any country that intends to take learn from China. Though, western media talks much about curbing of h an rights and exploitation of labour but it's not any worse than it is in India but because of strict go nmental control, the output is manifolds more than that in India