Week 6 mostly consisted of our work on our final projects. We spent a majority of the week out in the streets of Chinatown, attempting to interview seniors (largely in Portsmouth Square) to get their opinions and viewpoints on sustainability and the environment. One lady we were lucky enough to come across, Sarah, was very interesting to talk to because of her willingness to tell us everything she could about what she believed in. Sarah spoke to us as a friend, asking questions about our current lives and imparting her wisdom/advice to us. She felt very strongly that one way to improve our environment was to improve our public transportation. Mandarin, as we were told by Sarah, was essential to many residents of Chinatown in understanding announcements on the bus. We gathered many more responses of different people that helped us understand what community members liked and disliked about Chinatown and what they cared about. These answers helped us in understanding how community members of Chinatown defined their environment and what they were passionate about.