50 countries - 1 question
While traveling around the world, interviews were made in which people were asked questions about their lives. The filmed responses to these questions are now being compiled together to create a series of videos. A short segment of the initial interviews conducted from the journey's first leg, Eastern Europe, can be previewed in the following short video. Stay tuned to see the resulting videos from each of the questions below.
Questions asked around the world
For you, what does it mean to be from __(country)__?
How have you seen your country change in your lifetime?
What are the struggles your country currently faces?
What are the best things about your country?
What are false perceptions others often have of your country?
What do you want foreigners to know about your country?
Where do you see your country in 10 years?
What is your profession?
Do you love what you do? ... What is the best part of your job?
Did you ever aspire to have another profession?
Are you a religious person? If so, what religion are you?
What role does being a __(religion)__ play in your life?
What does family mean to you?
What is your greatest family memory?
Do you want kids?
What is (do you think will be) the most rewarding thing about being a parent?
What is success?
What is happiness?
Do you remember the happiest moment of your life? What is your greatest fear?
What is your greatest regret?
What has been your proudest accomplishment?
What is your greatest life goal?
What do you love?
Who is your hero?
How would you describe yourself in one word?
When people remember you, what do you want to be remembered for?
If you could give one message to the world, what would you say?
What is an instance of human kindness you have experienced?
What is one wish you have for your country?
What is one wish you have for your family?
What is one wish you have for yourself?
How do you greet someone in your native language?
How do you say “Thank You” in your native language?
How do you say “Goodbye”?
How do you say “I love you”?
How do you say “Here and now, we are one”?
What is a tongue twister in your native language?
What is the longest word you know in your native language?
What are your thoughts about this World as One project?
How does it feel to know that thousands of people around the entire world will see you in this project?