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Cover Story (封面人物) 2004 明道專訪英譯版 PART 2 (with youtube link)(本文譯者非專業翻譯, 單純只為與非華語系明道迷分享, 歡迎轉"連結", 請勿轉載, 感謝合作) 2nd part of Mingdao's interview on 5.9.2004 - http://tw.youtube.com/watch?v=lmbaZH_nBdg&feature=related HOST: The comments they made about you was really hurtful right? Did you hear what they said? MD: Yes, I did. The truth is that I did get hurt. Because of the injury I had back then, now I am suffering from time to time when it rains. The day after I got injured, I needed to row a canoe alone, I was happy to get on the boat. One crew asked me “your leg doesn’t hurt anymore?”  I replied back,”seoI don’t need legs to do canoe; all I need are my hands”. He asked me again, I knew what was on his mind, but I’d rather not get into details…  You know, obviously it hurts because the doctor wants to do a thorough checkup to see if the ligament was broken. People easily get into confrontations when they have different point of view of doing things, compounded that we had worked continuously for 15 days that as a whole does not make the situation easier.HOST: Did you get into fights?MD: No., nothing that serious, just a couple heated argumentsHOST: Base on your eyebrows, you tend to have a bad temper according to Chinese saying. (Chinese believe that people 關鍵字廣告with thick eyebrows will have a bad temper)MD: I heard the same thing from others too, but so far, nothing major has happened to me. However, I can lose my patience easily. Regardless, I feel that every crew member is emotional.HOST: Why is it that folks that work outdoors tend to be a bit more emotional?MD: In my point of view, emotional people are easy to deal with, once you can handle their temper, they will do anything for you. It is not difficult handling such kind of cases. I know why my teammates are upset with me, I know how to comfort them but I choose not to. Why can’t they understand that? They should’ve known me after all that time spent working 關鍵字行銷together. (He offered an example) Early on when we started working together, my team mates assumed that I wasn’t friendly because I kept to myself. Their explanation was that: either that I was too tired or I was sick of the job. A year later, I told them the reason why I wasn’t engaging and all smiles. I don’t smile because I have to “think” about how to introduce the place we were about to visit. You know, we don’t have a written script. You have to come up with your own lines when you face the camera. If I keep chatting all the time on way to our destinations, I’ll have nothing thoughtful to say, in front of the camera, when we get there. Such kind 酒店經紀of bad judgments about me has built up gradually, and magnified. At the time, our producer, Mrs. Wan, had to comfort both me and them at the same time, she was acting as a liaison between us which was what was lacking at the time.HOST: You were truly a trouble maker?MD: Yes, I was then. I was a trouble maker especially when I had a different point of view that offered by the crew. But, overall, I am glad the way things ensued. (He explained later in the interview). I was lucky; I worked in the same job with the same crew for two years, if I had quit the job after one year (or one year and three months), I probably wouldn’t be in this business due to bad 酒店工作reputation. HOST: However, you made up the relationship in the last 9 months. MD: Yes. HOST: You guys had a rough time at the beginning, but you still kept going, audiences didn’t see anything wrong from the program.MD: We all knew that it was not that serious. Like “I resent you,” just couldn’t take your “attitude”. I was the youngest and with the least experience among them. So, it’s very easy to provoke them. Now when I look back, I say to my friends that I don’t regret the unpleasant period that we went through, because of that, we have a better understanding and appreciation of each other. For example: One day a crewmember with whom I have worked 酒店打工with for a long time offered to get us all drinks. He asked “what would you like?”  I told him that I would have a coconut juice but when he found out that there was coke available, he got me a coke instead. So, I was extremely happy…because he knew by then that I preferred coke.Once, we got back from the trip, our producer was watching the semi-finished tape that we brought back. The producer found me crying and asked me why – “I told her that eachscene that she was watching was taken, one by one, by the whole crew. I felt so proud of it and proud of all the members of our team. (He cried in front of the camera)Vocal: Because he had the opportunity to 酒店兼職travel around the world, he had little time to spend with his girlfriend and that jeopardize his relationship…  However, No matter how brave he is, when it comes to love, he falls apart.BOSS: His girlfriends are either not pretty or not having good figure, but he was so dedicated to love that made me feel sorry for him.Tony: That was about one/two years ago. I heard that he was really hurt, even hitting on the wall and totally falling apart when he spoke to our boss about the situation.Sam: He was mysterious in this respect, I even wondered if he was having love affairs in other countries.Producer: In Nepal , he met a girl that he was fond of. He kept 網路行銷thinking about her andmade all kind of excuses so as to go back to the village to see her again.He focuses on inner beauty, not just the appearance. I heard that almost all his girlfriends are not good looking, as matter of fact, they are little chubby. His last relationship affected himthe most. During that period, he suffered both from relationship and job wise. She was talking about breaking up with him, and I think it was really tough for him. I asked him to write a daily journal about the trip. He wrote “stop for a second, be brave”. That had nothing to do with our program. It was all about his feelings.Host: Have you gone through it by now?MD: 關鍵字排名SureHOST: How long did it take?MD: Quite a long time, about six to 9 months. We broke up about a year after I started hosting. I only recently got over it. I feel that the hardest time is the period before “breaking-up”. I wrote in my diary – Why don’t you just break up with me? Don’t just drag on like this. You know at the time I was in Nepal , I just couldn't get any sleep at night, kept thinking about this situation. It was so painful. That was the worse moment in my entire life. But this is not about how deep I love her, not like that ----To be continued –

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