THIRD CULTURE KID on January 15th, 2016

Tweet ‘Home’ is probably one of the most emotionally charged words for a third culture kid. Is ‘home’ found in a place or a group of people? Is it one place, or many? Is it bricks and mortar, or something intangible – perhaps a feeling or a state of being? Most third culture kids and […]

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THIRD CULTURE KID on September 26th, 2008

Tweet How reliable are memories? Africa empty sky dun earth plain dwellings few chairs broken cars hot sun dusty cities picked pockets Africa timeless space rolling plains shining faces cheerful voices jewel clothes open arms fragrant stew fading memories © 2008 S D Haydon Acknowledgment is made of the assistance received as an Adelaide Centre […]

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THIRD CULTURE KID on September 13th, 2008

How words can mean different things in different places. This is from my African childhood.

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