My impressions of China
China gives me many different impressions. Firstly, I think that when foreigners are in China for the first time, their first impression is certainly of the size of the country. I still remember the first time I was in China; I was in Shandong, and I realised that that province alone is twenty six thousand square kilometres bigger than England.
Because it’s a developing country, some aspects of China aren’t as good as those in Western countries. However, other aspects have already surpassed the standards of many Western countries. For example, China’s public transport is without a doubt better than the UK’s, but the UK’s public welfare may be better than China’s. This kind of strange situation typifies my impressions of China.
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