This culture? That culture? A fun Denizen infographic.
“For me it’s never been a case of ‘choosing a career path,'” Victoria Moore-Jones said. After traveling around the globe for two decades, she found her career as a policy writer in New Zealand’s Parliament.
No one, not even other third culture kids, can understand exactly what your life has been like growing up around the world – except for the people who shared the same childhood.
A few years ago, Hong Kong changed a law to allow weddings outside of churches and City Hall, leading to the rise of McWeddings: weddings inside McDonald’s restaurants.
So this is the tragedy of being a global citizen, intercontinental.
I learned that investing in other people is always worth the effort. Loving is always worth the risk.
At school, it seemed like the kids who were more “Americanized,” those who were more assertive, daring and funny had a much easier time making friends and succeeding academically.