Over the last 30 years of independence, the success of Lithuania, a Baltic state, is huge, but, well, some of the relics of the Soviet past still persist and mar the country’s life.
For Angelina Liaudanskiene, a teacher of Karalius Mindaugas Vocational Training Centre in Palanga, Lithuania’s gem resort at the Baltic Sea, the most visible manifestations of the oppressive time are especially obvious in everyday communication.
“When some people are too tough, impolite, rude or obnoxious when talking abou...
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