Global nomad, and former IDF sniper, Arina Merkulova, offers cultural advice for thriving during the COVID-19 pandemic. credit: Arina Merkulova
Played by Damon Wayans, Jr., Coach shared an important piece of information about his life growing up with the audience: He was a military brat. And because of this, he’d developed a packing style he referred to as a “clean break.”
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“Blessings all pon mi life and, mi thank God for di journey, di earnings a jus fi di plus (yeah),…
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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.