Sunday, October 23, 2011
Weekend Dad & Daughter Documentary Time: 2 Million Minutes
Q: What do you think of the way you are studying after watching the movie?
Vania: I have studied sloppily.
Q: What do you think of the students of China and India? What will you learn from them and what will you try to avoid being like them?
Vania: I need to work harder. But I do not want to work so hard that I have no time for the other things, such as piano.
Q: What do you think of the two American students in the film?
Vania: I think they should work harder. They may need to pay more concentration on their studies.
Q: How is Basis Tucson? Tell me your feeling of this school after watching the movie.
Vania: It is a very good school. But I am not jumping to the final conclusion yet. I'd like to go to the school to see it myself.
Q: What are the questions you would want to ask these six students from America, China, and India if you might get a chance?
Vania: how hard do they think they studied? Were they studying willingly themselves or were they forced to study hard by their parents?
Q: Who do you think study the hardest among the Indian, Chinese, and American students?
Dad: I think it is the Indian students. They started the study at 5:30 AM. It was very hard work.
Q: Who do you think study the least among them?
Dad: I think it is the American students. At the same time, however, the American students have done a lot of part-time jobs. I believe this is very valuable for the fostering of individual personalities.
Q: How do you think how hard I should study?
Dad: You must work much harder than you are doing now.