Love Conquers Fear

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win_over_fearPhoto screen-capped from the 2010 Thai sleeper hit, First Love (Thai: สิ่งเล็กเล็ก ที่เรียกว่า…รัก), starring Mario Maurer and  Pimchanok Luevisadpaibul.

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14 thoughts on “Love Conquers Fear

    • Mario Maurer is famous in Southeast Asia, especially in the Philippines and in his home country, Thailand; and right now, he is slowly creating his own mark in Japan, China and South Korea. 🙂

      No one knows him in Germany perhaps he never went there and he doesn’t speak German. 🙂

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      • That is true … but we have to consider the capability of people to learn different languages … As far as I know, Mario has known Thai, Chinese and English already, so it will be difficult for him to study German. 🙂

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      • Well his Chinese is …not even kindergarten level :p
        Children can easily learn multiple languages, it all depend on the parents enforcing it the first years. We try without son Nathan that he will learn minimum German, english and Chinese. Finnish will be a little bonus

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      • I learned first Finnish and then Germany though lived ingerman you…well didn’t workout we’ll because in kindergarten they didntlike when children were not good in German so they forced my mother to quit speaking Finnish to me. It took me until I was 20 to get started with language again just because in kindergarten I wasn’t good enough in German.
        I speak now English, German,Finnish, some Chinese, tiny bit of Russian and some Latin 🙂

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      • Wow, what a great experience you have (though the learning process is compared to eating something harshly shoved down your throat)! And I am marveled by the number of languages you can speak … I mean, if any of those languages you have mentioned are not practiced/spoken by you for a long time, your knowledge of such languages will most likely not be retained in your memory. 🙂

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      • Why is Russian fading? I really do not have any idea why.

        Anyway, Latin is a dead language — but I consider its importance because one has to learn some Latin if you want to enter law school. 🙂

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      • Actually Latin is not required at all in Europe when you want to enter law school. It all depends either on the average grade of your high school certificate or the entrance exam (dependent on the country).

        I have never used Russian again ever since I changed schools back in the day and that is now 12 years ago 🙂

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