Five of Erica Haldi’s favorite “unfortunate English” signs from Dresden, Germany, where she used to spend her days, and Seoul, South Korea, where she currently lives.
“The only constant in the world is change,” my friend told me during a summer internship in Berlin. There are no words that could be any truer, especially for a Third Culture Kid.
In today’s world, we only need to travel a few miles from home to taste cuisines from thousands of miles away. But TCKs and avid travelers have been blessed…
I’ve been able to live in some amazing places. It’s one of the perks of being a Third Culture Kid. But what separates us from other travelers is our ability to adapt to our surroundings and become comfortable, wherever we are.
As a Third Culture Kid, I’ve had the honor of both living and visiting a multitude of places in my lifetime. The following five photos represent places I’ve discovered that remain near and dear to my heart. This is “my five.”
As a Third Culture Kid, I live to explore my surroundings. Specifically, I love to explore cities. There is nothing more exciting than turning a corner and finding something unexpected.
It’s tough for TCKs to find a common thread in all the places they have lived and visited. As much as we might like the constant changes…