Eric (his English name) grew up partly outside of Shanghai, China and then in Shanghai. He is now a Software Engineer that maneuvers through his Shanghai life in a multitude of languages including Mandarin Chinese, Shanghaiese, English, Japanese and French
In this conversation we talk about:
-how he learned his 1st language-both the spoken and written form
-how learning his other languages compared to his Chinese 1st language experience
-what languages he reads in and why
-how technology has changed language learning
-how street signs in China include a script that is not a language at all
and so much more.
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Music courtesy of Damon Castillo,"I Hope You Figured It Out" song on the "Mess of Me" album
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Serial expat who loves diving into the communicative messiness of a global life.