For Arvind Yadav, a photographer from the Indian Times, the rolling hills, strong local wine, and unique ethnic culture left him with a deep impression during his five-day trip called “Guizhou in the Eyes of Asian Media.”
"I had never been to China before, and the trip will surely be unforgettable," Arvind said.
|Arvind Yadav in Langde Shang Village (Photo/China Daily Guizhou Office)|
"In some parts of India, passengers crawling on the bus roofs can be seen during rush hours. However, the smooth traffic of Guizhou is quite satisfying sight, which owes much to the tunnels and bridges," he said.
Arvind lived in New Delhi, the capital of India. He said Guiyang is more prosperous and advanced with a high pace of city life compared to India. Conversely, the rural life of the province is quite similar to that of India.
|Arvind Yadav in Langde Shang Village(Photo/China Daily Guizhou Office)|
Arvind said many rural people here or in India are living in two-floor houses, and they work on the farm, breathing fresh air.
"I think local people in Guizhou like spicy food very much because I saw spicy dishes each meal," Arvind smiled and said,"maybe that's why they are so hospitable."