We are glad to offer you an exclusive interview with Ian Harding. I would like to say thank you to Ian
for answering these questions, and to Sarah
and my really good friend Nat
which maintains the official fan site for Ian IanHardingFan.com
, who helped to make this all real. In school our History teacher told us a story of his childhood. Even before the date when the world heard the word "perestroika” from our leader Gorbachev and Berlin Wall was breached, he had visited Berlin with a "friendship train” – a conducted tour of high school students to the countries of the socialist camp. The communication was difficult, as, apart from a language barrier, there were differences in sets of mind and world views. However, the youth is persistent and curious, and the possibility to understand the others is worth the efforts!
Many years have passed, the world has changed. 21-st century people are under pressure of terrorist threats, natural disasters, crisis... It makes us estranged and weak.
But then the Internet and social networks were invented. It seems, that the world got closer to everyone, but the communication problems reappear, and nowadays – in a virtual space.
But it’s still worth it, right? Today it is important to understand the others.
Let you and me try now.
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