How long do people in Korea live with their parents, and how does it differ from what we’re used to from North America? We’ll talk about Kangaroo Dependents and your mom’s credit card in this week’s TL;DR!
Good read at the comments section. I see comments from Iceland, Iran, Germany, Kazakstan, Singapore, America, India, Mexico, Arab, Greece, Costa Rica, Canada, France, Latvia (there’s a latvia?), Argentina, Indonesia, Ecuador, Poland, Netherlands, England, Egypt, Philippines, Spain, Norway, Scotland, North Africa, Venezuela, Malaysia, Brazil, Sweden, Vietnam… wow.
This topic is telling of the different principles each country has towards family and living life. And it’s the reason why I find languages fun. You learn the underlying culture that affects expression and the underlying principles that differentiates cultures. That difference helps me appreciate and evaluate the principles that I take for granted. It’s really interesting. If I could turn back time, I’d major in translation and interpretation.