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Identity, Everyday Joys and Flipping Tables
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In this episode Wendy and Juan discuss about Cultural Homelessness, Identity and what are TCK’s.

We also talk about the little joys of everyday, flipping tables and why Wendy is a giant.

Pull a seat and get cozy.

  • 1:00 Intro, new branding!
  • 3:40 Cultural Homelessness intro, TCK’s, Juan’s POV.
  • 11:09 When did you started filling the void?
  • 14:52 Moral compas.
  • 17:23 What identifies you?
  • 19:10 What TCK can do to amend division?
  • 22:00 Wendy’s cultural homelessness
  • 23:26 Wendy is a giant in Japan!
  • 24:04 Growing up in Arizona.
  • 26:22 Juan’s experience being different.
  • 26:44 What is cultural homelessness?
  • 31:40 Has asian culture help Wendy cope?
  • 39:25 Parents relationship with TCK’s.
  • 47:05 The struggle makes you better.
  • 50:40 What are the little joys you find in your days?

NOTE: The term “third culture kid” was first coined by researchers John and Ruth Useem in the 1950s.

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