外文标题：Village Life In India And China
Ma_Chao is a dear friend of mine. More than six months ago, he sent to me some pictures of his village back home in the North of China. He wanted to tell me that though he was much impressed by my blogs about the rapid pace of development in China but what I had seen wasn’t a true picture of China because rural China and certain parts of China were much behind the prosperous Jiangsu from where I was gathering my impressions.
I am a big fan of you in CHINA.
I read almost every blog of yours that is translated and posted on China websites.
I really appreciate that you act as a friendship ambassador between India and China.
As far as I know, the on line relation among most of Chinese and Indians is not cordial.
There are a lot of people arguing over everything between the two great countries. I think it doesn’t make any sense.
It’s very difficult to find a person who can be objective when talking about the motherland and foreign countries.
I saw so many great pictures of China as seen by you. However, China is too big. It seems that you have never seen the countryside in North China.
In this mail, I post some pictures of countryside in SHANDONG Province, North China. So that you may know more about other parts of China. The development in all parts of China is not same. Some provinces are developing very fast while others are lagging behind, under developed and even neglected.
These pictures are taken in TENGZHOU, SHANDONG Province. These pictures represent the average level of China’s countryside.
From the bedlam seen inside the homes I presume the common Chinese village folks aren’t fastidious about cleanliness and upkeep, though this characteristic is unique to a person but it is reflected in the social pattern.