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Hi! Welcome to the MFC. This site is full of information and chat about Mika, and it can be a little confusing to find your way about, so we hope this quick guide will help. To start with, you should read the forum guidelines You may find a thread for your own country in the MFC international section: http://www.mikafanclub.com/forum/33-mfc-international/ We would like it if you post an introduction just telling us a little bit about yourself, and how you discovered Mika by starting a thread (topic), in this sub-forum:http://www.mikafanclub.com/forum/5-introductions/ This will give other MFCers a chance to greet you . We also have Forum Guides - people who are happy to help other fans to find their way around. You can contact them by clicking on their name and leaving a message on their feed by (public) or by sending a message (PM - private message). The forums The site is divided into several main areas which are shown on the Forums page Mika Fan Club information Mika (this includes press articles about Mika, discussions about his songs, comprehensive lyrics and Mika-related chat) Concerts, Gigs, Tours and Performances (reviews, photos and videos from fans and press) General Chat MFC Exclusives (special offers for MFCers, and projects we work on together) If there is a thread you want to return to, click on Follow in the top right of the page and you can be notified whenever there is a new post in that thread. Good threads to check We have a team of people who translate videos into different languages so this is a good place to look http://www.mikafanclub.com/topic/32471-the-mfc-subtitling-teams-subtitled-videos/ If there is something you want to know about Mika, the Mika encyclopedia is full of information http://www.mikafanclub.com/topic/31627-mika-encyclopedia/ You can always use this thread for any question or information you are looking for about Mika and his work: http://www.mikafanclub.com/topic/28644-the-looking-for-something-thread-part-ii/ You'll get help from someone as soon as possible, and you can also find out if there's already a thread about the subject you are interested in, before starting another thread with the same subject. If you feel the need to share some thoughts that don't seem to fit a specific thread, you can use this one: http://www.mikafanclub.com/topic/28417-not-everything-needs-a-thread/ There is a search function on MFC but it doesn't always find what you are looking for, so try using Google as well. Type your search into Google Search like this :"Mika's new album mikafanclub" (for example) and Google will find it for you. Activity Another way of seeing what is happening on the forum, especially if you are using a smartphone, is to click on Activity at the top of the page. All Activity will show you the topics that are being discussed, people updating their status, who is doing what. My Activity Streams will let you look at the specific topics/members you are interested in Unread content is very useful for showing you a thread you may have missed. Start exploring and have fun!
Hi everyone! I'm Molly, I'm 17 years old, and I live in Florida. I love to sing and I play a bunch of instruments, and I plan on studying music in college. Mika is so inspiring to me as a musician, and the first song I ever wrote was actually inspired by him. I honestly don't really know how I discovered Mika, I just knew the song Lollipop many years ago but never really knew who Mika was. A few years ago I listened to some other songs by him and thought they were pretty good and that he was pretty cool, but I still wasn't super into him. About 2 months ago though, I don't even know exactly how this happened, but I just started listening to Life in Cartoon Motion and I thought it was incredible. Since then it's just been a blur of listening to all his other music and watching every video and interview of him I could find (even ones that aren't in English, which I barely understand but still enjoy lol). Another interest of mine other than music is languages. I'd like to learn either French or Italian (or both) to help me understand Mika more. I've been learning German for about 6 months now, which is useless in helping me understand Mika, but if anyone who speaks German would like to help me practice that would be great. If any other musicians want to talk about nerdy music stuff especially in Mika's music, I'd love to talk! I look forward to talking to you guys and meeting other Mika fans!