The language you speak changes your view of the world, research shows.
So let’s see .. I speak fluent English, Malay, Cantonese and my Thai is more fluent than my Mandarin. Cantonese is my mother tongue (native speaker), and English is my second language. In Thailand, well I guess I can be considered as English native speaker, and Thai as my second language?
Better job prospects? Here in Thailand, yeah I think that it does gives me an edge since English is still not widely used here.
So native English speakers are more action-oriented according to the research. How about native Chinese speaker with English as second language? But I do think in English sometimes, especially in Thailand, so .. ?
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