TOPIC１ The future of good food in China
Q1. Do you have any experiences where you spent a lot of time in your childhood to learn something? For example, it took a lot of effort for the presenter to learn patience as a kid.
Q2. Do you pay attention to the origin of different food when you buy them? Do you have any images about specific origin areas? Do they influence your decisions on whether to buy the food or not?
Q3. What do you feel about the wrongdoings about food, such as dishonesty about origin of foods or the unrevealed use of pesticides?
Q4. What is the most important factor when you buy food? Do you place the priority on origin, price, manufacturer or freshness?
Q5. Do you know any systems or regulations to prevent wrongdoings related to food?
TOPIC2 The genius of the London tube map
Q1.Do you often use maps? When and in which way do you use them, e.g. guide map, Google map, etc?
Q2. Is the railway map in Osaka easy to understand? How about the one in Tokyo or foreign countries? If it is difficult for you, how can we improve them?
Q3 .In 2020, many foreigners will visit Japan for Olympic Games. What can we do to make the Japanese maps more understandable?
Q4. To make a new system, what do you think is important? (The speaker said that focus, simplicity and thinking in a cross-disciplinary way are the important points.)