Indian children are the most energetic and lively I've encountered so far. You can see them run and jump everywhere, always trying to talk to you and practice English. It seems that shyness does not exist... and if by chance you find yourself with a camera in my hands, they will almost compete to have their picture taken.
Some homeless met on the streets of a poor neighborhood of Jaipur. A tent camps forgot by the people.. where few tourists go. All were preparing for the Holi Festival... everyone does what can.
During a tour near Luang Prabang, we stopped in a small village consisting mostly of huts. Basically, it was a stop for buying souvenirs .. after finishing the tour of the small "shops", all the children of the village ran to our bus to greet us and to try to speak a bit in English.
Among the streets of a small neighborhood of New Hampi, when I passed through there was a great enthusiasm and also surprise by the local (especially children). They are not very used to see foreigners around here... tourists normally spend their time only in the old town where all the ruins are.
Two children intent to work with wood, in a small village of huts on the mountains in the middle of the jungle .. a return to the past ... a lifestyle alien to the modern civilization.
In a remote village in the middle of the jungle, some kids are playing in a small stream of water passing nearby their huts.
Especially in poor Countries like Cambodia, the kids choose the monk life that at least provide them something to eat daily. The sacrifices behind this "faith journey" are quite a pleasant outlook compared to the starvation.