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Anyway, I wrote this piece for the Huffington Post. See, I'm rather ashamed that I can't speak Mandarin or Cantonese fluently. Sometimes I'll have to mix Cantonese and Mandarin if I need to talk to someone who doesn't know English.. I was forced to attend Chinese school, and I suppose, just being that little ignorant girl, I didn't take advantage of it. I guess I was sort of influenced by culture and peers in Australia, and I also went to a primary school where I was quite literally the only Malaysian there.
But anyway, now I'm older and I understand things better. All it took was one trip to Beijing to see Uncle D & Aunty M and that really gave me a reality check that Chinese, let alone any foreign language is extremely useful. I'm hoping to study Mandarin during university or sometime in the near future. So go ahead and read it, and feel free to let me know your thoughts!
ALSO I HAVE A TUMBLR for photography and other things..