They say your shoes will eventually fit if you keep wearing them. This Japanese Third Culture Kid tried to live his life like that.
As we seek our global niche, we’re integrating across all sorts of out-moded boundaries. You could also say we’re segregating along the lines of our true selves.
The more a stable home life demands of this Third Culture Kid, the more she seeks out foreign interests and activities.
People negotiating the ever-shifting space where cultures meet, and a variety of innovative attempts to make our invisible connections with others more tangible.
A fashion designer leaves the exploitation business.
“Iranian by birth, French by citizenship and American by residence” is how my grandfather encapsulated 10-year old me. What does that make my daughter?
How we imagine our global viewpoint is created. The continuity (or ooh, disconnect!) of the way we behave. Track game-changing rock star brainiacs.
A Brit in the Netherlands finds a foreign language is a hurdle to being true to herself in her relationships with locals, family and friends.
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.
Lady Gaga urged the Czech audience to get up and dance on the 21st anniversary of the Velvet Revolution. But totalitarianism lives on in Prague.
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