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uhhh... how'd I end up here.

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You belong here, hon'. <IMG SRC="http://www.keenspace.com/forums/smile.gif"><P>Okay, I'll join the dropdown. Now, lemme think how I should put it on my site...?<P>Oh yea, I almost forgot to tell you. I can speak...let's see...fluent English, fluent Mandarin, little Cantonese, extremely little Japanese, fluent Malay, fluent Hokkien, fluent Teochew, ...oh, 7 languages excluding tongue language. But I'm a Hakka Chinese, I can't even speak my mother tongue. ;_;<P>(FYI, Hokkien, Teochew, and Hakka are Chinese dialect.)

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I am really impressed, Seriously. You speak mandarin? THAT WAS SO HARD FOR ME... wow am I outclassed... I KNOW LATIN! a dead... dead language... sigh.

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Yup! I do speak Mandarin. I understand what you mean about learning Mandarin. I have so much difficulty teaching a friend of mine to pronounce the characters properly, let alone learning the whole thing! <P>Learning Mandarin is difficult especially when you haven't got enough exposure. I learnt Cantonese through the exposure of watching the drama series produced in HK. Why I bother to watch all the series is because they are highly addictive, just as manga is highly addictive when it's first introduced in other countries. Only difference is that it isn't made known to other countries. You would be addicted too if you had a chance to watch it. <IMG SRC="http://www.keenspace.com/forums/smile.gif"><P>Anyway, I always wanted to learn French. <IMG SRC="http://www.keenspace.com/forums/biggrin.gif"><p>[This message has been edited by Eunice_P (edited 03-04-2001).]

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I watched a few during my visit to hong kong. They we're mostly martial arts related,
and anything that has fighting in it, is a keeper in my book.

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Martial arts series was okay for me. I'd prefer the family serial. They're much, much more interesting in the storylines. And it's much more interesting to catch the entire series than to skip any one of them. <IMG SRC="http://www.keenspace.com/forums/smile.gif">
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They can be serious, they can be funny, they can be absurd. Or a combinations of all three.

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Family serials? Are they funny or serious?

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