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|Education and employment|
|High school||Chong Hwa Independent High School, Kuala Lumpur|
|Hobbies, favourites and beliefs|
|Hobbies||Reading Wikipedia, science and technology news.
Currently trying to find a way to pick up programming as a hobby.
|Joined||3 May 2009|
I am a high school student in Malaysia. I am happy to accept corrections and criticism for any mistake I have made, and I thank anyone doing so in advance.
About my edits
I am not an experienced Wikipedia editor, and hardly knows Wikitext and other more advanced features, therefore I do most of my edits with the VisualEditor. It may sometimes cause some formatting problems so I have to switch to wikitext to correct the problems. Sometimes it may also cause the underlying wikitext to appear messy. I will try to learn wikitext and other features soon, and would like to apologize if I cause any inconvenience.
My editing behaviour
Languages and writing systems
I can read and write in English fluently, still not so confident about speech (because I have never gotten any feedback from others). However I may still make certain mistakes and I am not familiar with English idioms and colloquialisms (and that is why I don't give myself an en-N userbox). I am happy to receive feedback and accept corrections if any.
I have a very basic understanding of IPA, able to approximately vocalize most common IPA notations.
Being a Chinese living in Malaysia, I am a native speaker of Mandarin Chinese. I use Simplified Chinese for writing, but can understand most words in Traditional Chinese.
I can understand and speak in Malaysian (or more commonly known as Malay in general), the official language of Malaysia.
I am currently learning Korean, keeping a slow pace in extending my vocabulary, which is currently my primary obstacle in understanding Korean texts. Thanks to Hangul's simplicity, I can read and write Korean with ease, that is, without understanding.
I know programming but I don't do it very much. Sometimes I use Python for scripting to automate some tedious tasks.
Languages I've Learned
My first programming language was Python, which I had chosen for its readability and simplicity. However, I still don't and currently have no plans to understand generators, so I give myself a py-2 for knowing standard but not advanced features.
I have also learned Google's Go. I am giving myself go-3 for knowing most features.
I, like most people that know at least one programming language, can also understand and write very basic code in many other languages that I have not (or not thoroughly) learned: