Andrew Li (0)

Andrew Li


I'm an ABC, and while my English is fluent, my Chinese is OK. If you ever need to talk to me in Chinese, assuming that's your first language, speak a tad slower than normal and try using basic/everyday words. If you crack a vocab-intensive joke or recite a famous phrase or saying, I'll probably give you a blank stare.

I'm learning Japanese solely to learn it. I think it's a beautiful language and heard a large chunk of people online are Japanese/in Japan (don't remember the exact words). I'm also borderline otaku (Okay, fine. I may still have a long way to go before reaching otaku status), so learning Japanese would be cool.

To be honest, I don't believe in learning a language because it's "useful" (unless it's for a career or something). If picking up another language is a personal choice, it should definitely revolve on which one you want to learn deep down in your heart. Otherwise, it's only a matter of time before one gives up or loses interest.
Alright, alright, alright, fine. I'll stop ranting.

Have a nice day!


Manhasset, NY



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