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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? Where? Where in the world?
# Where? Where? Where shall we go today?
# Where shall we go, and who shall we see? #
Let's visit Truc in Vietnam.
Outside on their roof garden,
Truc and her sister, Nar, are searching for something.
-Not there. Not there. Not there.
What are they looking for?
There it is.
Oh, it's the goldfish that lives in the pond.
Ah, it's all on its own.
Shall we ask Dad to buy another fish so it's got a friend?
Dad, Dad! The fish is on its own.
Can we buy it a friend?
-Have you been good?
OK, then. We can go and buy it some friends.
-Let's go, let's go!
And you won't have to go far, Truc.
It's just a quick walk with Dad, and here we are.
Go inside and have a look around.
Choose which one you want to buy.
There's so many different, beautiful fish, Truc.
But which one would be a good friend for your goldfish at home?
I like the biggest one.
I like these multicoloured fish.
I like these smiling fish.
You can have one goldfish and two other fish.
We want these smiling fish.
This type's too big.
We've only got a small pond.
Hello. These are too small.
What's that fish, Dad?
It's a catfish. You can't have one of those.
How about two multicoloured fish?
I like those.
-Can we get these, Dad?
Can you give me this goldfish and two of the multicoloured fish?
Choose which of the multicoloured ones you want.
I want the two that are swimming there. Quick!
not that one.
The big one from earlier.
Yeah, that's the right one.
OK, that's two. Now one goldfish.
A big one, yes?
-A goldfish. This one.
That one, that one.
It's in the net.
Great! You've got three new friends, Truc, swimming in your bag.
-Check how many fish you've got.
Two multicoloured and one goldfish. They're beautiful.
Truc and Nar can't wait to get back to the roof garden.
They've got a lovely surprise for the lonely goldfish.
Now you have friends to play with.
The goldfish looks happy.
And they're eating the food.
Now you have four fish to look after, Truc,
up on the roof in their lovely pond.
Where shall we go?
And who shall we see?
Let's visit Liza in Russia.
Liza's with her twin brother Stupor and her family.
They're all on their way to the local art group.
There are lots of different things you can make here.
Which one are you going to choose, Liza?
What about a lucky horseshoe?
Or a bird made from paper?
Or maybe a doll?
Ah, you're going to make a lucky horseshoe.
That'll be great fun.
Liza's teacher, Olga, is going to help.
-My horse who will be very beautiful.
I wonder if there's ever been a pink horseshoe before.
-I think yours will be the first, Liza.
Stupor, let me see yours.
You've done more than I have.
These horseshoes will bring your family good luck and keep them safe.
Should it be this way or this way?
In my house, it's like this.
Look at all these things you can use to decorate your horseshoe, Liza.
Seeds mean there'll be plenty of food to eat.
These coins will make sure you have enough money.
And crackers will bring success to the family.
Oh-oh! Those crackers won't bring anyone success
if Yulia eats them all!
So, Liza, how are you going to decorate your horseshoe?
I'm almost done.
I'll do the seeds now.
And I'm finished.
It looks great, Liza.
Time for some glue to make sure the decorations don't fall off.
And now both horseshoes are now ready to give to someone special.
Stupor's will be for Mum.
But what about yours, Liza?
Ah, it's for Grandma.
I've brought a horseshoe for you. It brings good luck.
-It's so beautiful.
What are these?
Coins mean you'll have enough money.
What do these seeds mean?
Seeds mean we'll grow lots of vegetables in our garden.
Good, we need plenty of vegetables.
Now, where shall we put it?
The horseshoe looks beautiful, Liza.
Let's hope it brings Grandma lots and lots of luck.
Where shall we go and who shall we see?
It's Hamza in Jordan.
Hamza's getting ready to make something very special.
The whole family is going to the park for a picnic
and they want to take something to eat.
Hamza's mum needs his help and the first job is to stretch some dough.
-Not like that! Like this.
Just keep stretching it like this.
-There's a hole in it.
That's because you're doing it wrong.
Don't do it like that, but like this.
I'm trying, but it's not working.
Why don't you do this one?
Look at that. Here's one I made earlier.
Oh, now you're just mucking it up.
You'll have no pizza at all at this rate!
Did you hear that, Hamza? The dough is for pizzas.
Like this, Mum?
Yes, like that.
I've got the hang of this now.
It's stretching nicely.
Hold on, Hamza, only the base is finished.
Mum's adding vegetables and tomato topping.
And now, it's time for the cheese.
That cheese is meant for the pizza, Hamza.
Good job no-one noticed that!
Some of the cheese has ended up on the pizza.
And now, it's ready to go into the oven.
Careful, I might trip.
Let's put it in the oven.
It's not long before the pizza's cooked, and smelling great.
And it's time to go to the park.
It's right in the middle of the city
and a handy place to have a picnic.
And eat the pizzas, at last!
I bet that tastes good, Hamza.
Everyone is tucking into home-made pizza.
And now it's time to play.
I'm going to kick the ball all the way to the next city.
And you'll have to go and get it!
-Go on, give it your best shot.
Now for a secret weapon.
Well saved, Dad.
Give it one more go, Hamza.
I think all that pizza has given you super-strength, Hamza.
Everyone's had a lot of fun today.
Truc found three new friends for her goldfish.
Liza made a very lucky horseshoe for grandma.
And Hamza ate pizza and scored a great goal.
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 drop in on three seven-year-olds who are all having a very busy day.
In Vietnam, Truc takes pity on her lonely goldfish and goes shopping for some companions.
In Russia, Liza and her twin brother Styopa take part in a craft class and make a lucky horseshoe for someone special.
And in Jordan, Hamza makes a pizza for a picnic with his family in the local park - and scores a goal against his dad.
We see that, although children live in different countries, may look different and speak different languages, the joys and challenges of childhood are universal.