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# Where, where, where in the world?
# Where, where, where shall we go?
# Time for a trip, away we go
# Over mountains and oceans, sunshine and snow
# Discover new places Make friends on the way
# So where in the world shall we visit today?
# Where in the world?
# Where shall we go today? #
Where shall we go? And who shall we see?
Let's visit Truc in Vietnam.
The sun is just coming up here.
And Truc, her sister, Nar, and brother, Sim, are still fast asleep.
They're all sleeping together in one big bed,
like most families do where Truc lives.
-Come on! Wake up.
Time to get ready.
Mum wants everyone out of bed early today.
Hurry up. Quickly now.
This morning, the family are going out
for a special breakfast before school.
I bet that cold water's woken you up!
The school Truc and Nar go to doesn't have a uniform.
So they can wear whatever they want.
Mum, is it OK if I wear this?
OK, but put something on underneath.
Shall I do a Chinese braid?
I don't much like that style, but OK. It's all right.
Can we eat at the cafe where they sell duck and noodles?
Let me think about it.
Have you thought about it?
As long as you eat quickly, so that we're not late for school.
Yes, I'll be quick.
All done. That looks smart.
Where Truc lives, most people travel by motorcycle.
Truc wears a mask because the air can be quite dirty on the roads.
Breakfast, here we come!
This is Truc's favourite cafe.
Delicious hot noodle soup.
People in Vietnam love to eat noodle soup for breakfast.
Truc's soup has slices of white beansprout in it.
And she loves dipping these tasty fried han rolls in her soup, too.
All this eating has given Truc an idea.
Dad, when we grow up enough to know how to do all our sums,
can our family open a restaurant?
Who would do the dishes?
I'll wash the dishes.
You could start now.
Maybe your uncle will give you a washing-up job in his restaurant.
Breakfast's over and it's time for Truc to go to school.
Most children arrive at school by motorcycle.
Bye, Mum. See you later.
Lucky you, Truc.
Going out for breakfast's a great way to start the day.
Where shall we go, and who shall we see?
It's Rhys in Canada.
Rhys and his family are going shopping for a present
for his dog, Diva.
Because today's her birthday.
Let's see what she wants.
Diva can do the honours.
-Diva can do the honours, that's right.
They've come to the pet shop.
It's full of toys and treats for dogs.
Even these special dog biscuits.
What present do you think Diva would like, Rhys?
Shall we just see about getting her a little toy?
What about that little bunny?
A little something, yes.
What's that one? Shall we do this one, guys?
-What do you think?
-You like that one?
-She likes it.
-You're tempting her.
-I am tempting her.
Let's just get home and then we can stop tempting her
-and just give it to her.
-OK. There you go.
Looks like Diva's having a good birthday already.
I know, I know.
-She's a lucky girl.
It's going to be 21.53, please.
Here you go, buddy. Give her that.
Do you think she'd like to have a cookie, is well?
Cos we'd like to give her a cookie for her birthday.
Would that be OK? Go pick one.
These dog biscuits have been specially made for dogs.
Right, so you can pick out one.
If you like the owl so much, why are you letting Diva destroy it?
Shall we see if she'll eat it right here?
Look at that.
Oh, she likes it. Look at her.
Wow! She's really eating it all up.
Oh, you're leaving crumbs all over the floor.
Diva's day has started really well.
-Thank you very much.
-Thanks for coming in.
-Yeah, we'll see you again.
-Enjoy the day.
-There, thank you.
Now it's time to go back home and get ready for her party.
Rhys is wrapping a bone for Diva.
Not a very good wrapping job.
That's OK. I don't think she's going to be fussy.
She only wants what's inside.
-I wonder how she's going outside.
I wonder if she's, like, peeing of excitement.
Daddy heard her scratching to come in.
Don't worry, Diva. You can join in the fun soon.
What do you mean?
You could fold them in... Like this.
Do you want to make her a card?
You're making a special birthday card, too.
Oh, Rhys. I like that.
You're doing patterns in the letters?
-Kind of, yeah.
-Oh, that's cool.
If she can read human letters.
Can you imagine?
Come inside, Diva.
That's it, Diva. You can come in now.
It's party time.
Hey, whose birthday is it?
Are you going to open your presents, Diva?
Go for it.
-She was doing it.
-Is she going to do it?
I think she might need your help, Rhys.
I'll just a rip off the tape.
Now she's really going for it.
Yeah. I think she likes it. That's great.
Oh, here she goes.
Give it to me. Ready?
Catch! Oh, good catch. Do you want to try it?
-Say give it to me.
We should see if she can juggle.
With one mouth, that will be impressive.
Diva loves her presents, Rhys.
And what about your card?
Read it to her.
Diva, you took the card.
You snatched... You snatched it, you little thief!
I hope you enjoy your gift, which I can tell you do.
Love Rhys, to wish you a happy b-day!
How old is she now, buddy?
-11 years old.
-Diva. Happy birthday, Diva.
-Happy birthday, Diva.
What a great friend you are, Rhys.
I like the bunny more.
Enjoy your birthday, Diva.
Where shall we go and who shall we see?
It's Anushka in India.
Today, Anushka's with her brother, Akhilesh.
They're having a race.
Run, run, run.
First one to the wall is the winner.
Hold on, what have you spotted there, Akhilesh?
It's the plants.
The heat is making them thirsty.
Get some water quickly.
That's it, Anushka.
Water's just what the plants need.
Otherwise, they won't grow.
Come on, quick.
I want to do it.
Bring it to me.
I want to do it.
OK, you can do it.
But like this.
Well done, Anushka.
There's lots to do.
You're right. There are thirsty plants all over the garden.
Anushka's family also grows food in their garden, like these tomatoes.
-Small, small, small.
You're right, Anushka, these aren't ready to eat yet.
They're not ripe. But is there anything else to eat?
Let's pick these.
There are herbs, too.
Basil leaves. Akhilesh knows they're safe to eat
but they need to be washed first.
Are they the basil leaves?
Try this, Grandma.
Watch your fingers, Anushka.
Teasing your big brother is lots of fun.
And so is playing games with him.
Oh, it's time for hide and seek.
Better stay quiet.
Akhilesh is coming.
I think you'll need to find a better hiding place, Anushka.
Three, four, five, six, seven, eight, nine, ten.
That's more like it.
Anushka! Ready or not, here I come.
No, she's not there.
Where can she be?
One, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight, nine, ten,
11, 12, 13...
Your turn, Akhilesh.
..16, 17, 18, 19, 20.
Well, he's not in the garden...
..or out on the street.
How about the kitchen?
No, just Grandma.
Just one more place to try, Anushka.
Yes, got you, Akhilesh.
Well done, Anushka.
What a fun day it's been for all our friends.
Truc went out for breakfast before school.
Rhys celebrated Diva's birthday.
And Anushka played with her brother.
I wonder who we'll meet next time.
Stories about the everyday lives of children living in eight different countries around the world.
In this programme we visit three children who are all having a lot of fun...
In Vietnam, Truc, who's seven, is having a special breakfast with her mum before going to school.
In Canada, Rhys, who's eight, is helping his pet dog Diva celebrate her birthday.
And in India, six-year-old Anushka is playing hide and seek with her brother Akhilesh.
We see that, although children live in different countries, may look different and speak different languages, the joys and challenges of childhood are universal.