Cassidy Grant is a 20-year-old from the United States who grew up on a 58ft Catamaran. Now stationary in Bakersfield,…
“Blessings all pon mi life and, mi thank God for di journey, di earnings a jus fi di plus (yeah),…
You may know him as Tory Lanez but, Daystar Peterson, his actual name, the Canadian rapper, singer, songwriter and record…
Despite the racist undertones in “West Side Story”, the messages about life in foreign places still stand true.
Meet Tony Pietra Arjuna: creator of what’s fast becoming an Asian cult classic film called “Shadowplay.”
One of the things expats, missionaries and TCKs have in common is their ability to adore where they are, miss where they’re from and feel like they don’t fully belong anywhere — all at the same time.
Elizabeth Liang is a Third Culture Kid, and her one-woman show weaves humorous stories about growing up as an “Alien Citizen” abroad.
Let’s take a moment to reflect and give thanks for the opportunity of a TCK experience.
“Go back to where you started, or as far back as you can,
examine all of it, travel your road again and tell the truth about it.
Sing or shout or testify or keep it to yourself: but know whence you came.”
How can we support the universal call to action to end poverty, protect the planet and ensure that all people enjoy peace and prosperity? I say, we should increase our levels of gratitude and grateful actions.