This community and service is rather interesting. First thing in the morning, we had to meet at a specified location. There, we are briefed on what we will be doing and what we have to ask the people there. We are also divided into groups and in that smaller groups we are split again so we are pairs. Each pair was given a set of survey questions. Once we arrived at our destination, we straight away gathered and go together as a group. The first person we interviewed or surveyed took quite a long time because it was my first time to actually go around and talk to people I do not know and ask them questions. We built a relationship and I felt really sad looking at their house condition and the environment they live in. Each of their houses is about the size of our rooms. I felt really sad because some husbands do not even have a job. These people living here were really nice to us. They provided us with drinks some even provided us with food. I really think that it is the attitude that count towards your lives. That is one major thing you have to keep. There was also a family I was really sad with. They were living right across the train track. By that time, I was thinking of such horrible things, what if the train crashed? I had tons of ‘what if’ question. There was also a family whose house was really hard to breath in. We asked them it was because of the 2001 flood. They were all struck by the flood and their house was attacked with water. Therefore, they just build over the water and now the water is there and it will be really hard to get rid of. This survey was to see which families really needed medical attention and the YCAB organization will figure out what they can do for these people. Overall, this community and service is really interesting because we got to experience things that I never experienced before.