When a longtime expat in Prague takes a photo course she cannot pretend to be Czech — and gains respect for the tourists which throng her city’s streets.
Who’s to say if Dutch directness is rude, or honest, and if British and American sugar coating is politeness or lying?
An erotica artist shares her expat coping mechanism and asks if we’ve made passionate existence the heart of our life abroad. Review of Expat Women Confessions, the new book from ExpatWomen.com.
A Californian’s perception of time changed when she changed cultures.
If marriage is the smallest unit of a community, then cross-cultural couples are ambassadors, peace-makers, and change-agents.
Life abroad can test our sense of self. Realizing we’re part of an adventuress continuum can restore it.
The more a stable home life demands of this Third Culture Kid, the more she seeks out foreign interests and activities.
They say your shoes will eventually fit if you keep wearing them. This Japanese Third Culture Kid tried to live his life like that.
Change is in the air and we’re redefining things we thought we knew. Where we begin and end. If democracy means we have to live with choices we wouldn’t chose.
Make stylish clothing for the Gypsy jet set, or feed the soul? A fashion designer redesigns herself with the help of a life coach.
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