First of all – I’m sorry for the huge absence, college has gotten the best of me, but I’ll try my best to keep up. I guess I felt like there was only so much to write about, and I had covered it all. But, then I started seeing men in China ride their bicycles with turtles […]Read more "A Slice of Calm in Among the Crazy"
Over Chinese New Year break, I found myself in the depths of Southeast Asia, eating thousands of rice paper rolls a day, falling in love with Vietnamese children and discovering Vietnam has better baguette rolls than France does. Welcome to my little account of my 小的 trip to Ho Chi Minh City. Ho Chi Minh […]Read more "Entering Ho Chi Minh’s Territory"
ON CENTURY AVENUE – NYU SHANGHAI’S INDEPENDENT NEWSPAPER So you all should check our my college’s newspaper – it’s filled with pretty great articles about everything and anything, including awesome reviews about Shanghai, college life, global issues and so much more. It’s pretty awesome and I’ll start sharing my articles on here as well! Happy Halloween […]Read more "On Century Avenue"
In the opinion of someone who wants to work at the United Nations (and/or be Ban Ki Moon), this was truly inspiring, incredible and admirable.Read more "Emma Watson’s Speech at the United Nations"
I think I’ve come to realise how much better the Chinese language is than English. Today, I was eating lunch at this kind of weird place – I think I only go there to visit the man who owns it (who is a replica of that little angry chef in Ratatouille) and his little cat who […]Read more "英语 vs. 中文"
Like the proper tourist I am, and after a little incident with minor food poisoning, my friend Chloe and I decided to search for muesli and avocado, like the true white girls we are inside. After encountering several obstacles, such as a man who yelled at me with his turtle after I took a photo, […]Read more "Becoming productive and forgetting about work"
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Flickr / John LeGear Third Culture Kid (def.) – “A term used to refer to children who were raised in a culture outside of their parents’ culture for a significant part of their developmental years.” (Wikipedia) It usually refers to people who grew up in multiple countries. 1. The question,…