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International Survey

Tired of being stereotyped? Here's your chance to tell the world who you are, and what your country's really like. Fill out this ten-question survey to set the record straight.

You can also read survey responses from other Agents.

Agent Bao sipping tea
Imagine you're doing some undercover surveillance. In fact, you're on a secret spy mission near where you live. CRUST is up to no good, and you're watching and waiting. And waiting. And waiting...

1. What town/city and country do you live in?

2. What favorite snack have you brought with you on this mission?

3. What music have you chosen to help pass the time?

4. Your fellow agent on this mission is a member of InterPoultry, the international crime-fighting chicken agency, and all this cranky rooster knows about your country are a few stereotypes that are all wrong. What are the stereotypes of your country? And what's your country really like?

5. Maybe you talk about your plans for the weekend, or your next holiday or vacation. What are you looking forward to?

6. When you file your report, the Bureau boss will want to know what you've seen on this mission. Can you describe a typical scene? Include things like the weather, forms of transportation, what people are wearing, sounds you hear, any rare animals you might see — that sort of thing.

7. Your InterPoultry partner wants to chat about home life. What's your home like?

8. Boy, this stakeout is very boring. Maybe you can chat about the cinema. What's the last movie you saw? Did you like it?

9. If you couldn't be in the FFFBI, what job would you like instead?

10. What else do you think other Global Field Agents should know about you or where you live?

First name or fictional agent name:

How old are you?

E-mail address (optional):



WGBH Educational Foundation will collect any information you provide to FFFBI's International Survey for the purpose of publishing your response, together with only your first name or fictional name, on www.fffbi.com, and perhaps in an FFFBI e-mail Bureau Briefing, in order to promote greater understanding between children from different countries.

We will not share any personal information that we collect in connection with this Survey with other parties. For more information, please refer to the FFFBI.com Privacy Policy.