I believe so too. But wherever you grow up, it's always hard to learn a different language no matter what it is. Well at least I can speak Cantonese reasonably fluently -- except for any other bolder words, I would have no idea how to say them or know what they mean
Eating so much
. I can't believe I'm seeing six siu mai's on a stick
Cantonese is not easy but since I grew up with this, its ok for me, but my Mandarin is horrible
i was lucky that i started working more than 15 years ago, i can't survive now with my poor computer/mandarin knowledge
Just for food, for all my overseas visits, I ate the most delicious and abundant meal in Australia. It was Chinese new year at that time. Every morning, we had lots of dim sums & even abalone porridge!
and for lunch and dinner, we had lobsters/crabs/shrimps
all right, thanks for talking with me, i have to leave, my boss is coming