As Interviewed by Julia C., March 13, 2018

X.C.: In His Own Words

When I was still in China, China was less developed. So the education [was] less [developed]; not as well developed, [the education systems were just starting out] and compared to today, now they have [improved these systems greatly]...

Also economic-wise, when I grew up Chinese economics was in the sense that when I was a kid there [was] not enough [food] and a lot of people around the country [did] not have enough food to eat. All [these foods] nowadays are [considered] really usual, like rice and basic dishes. The kids these days sometimes [will] not eat them. They say [there is plenty of food, so they can choose what they want to eat], but [during the time] when I grew up, all this [became] delicious categories of food [such as] eggs [and] rice. Most of the time we ate porridge and other things; no eggs [and] no meat. All those foods [are nowadays thought of as usual], but at that time they were rare and [when I was a kid most days we were kind of hungry].

Music Credits:

Dreams Become Real by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/)
Source: http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/index.html?isrc=USUAN1500027
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