Tag: Multicultural

When You Know You’ll Never Quite Be Home

Blame it on spending my childhood in two countries. Blame it on bouncing back and forth between two languages. Between two cultures. I used to feel Thai and American. But never quite fully either one. It’s like being Abnegation and Dauntless. And being neither of them. Friends have been going to Thailand and posting pictures. …

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Lenten Reflections: Celebrating Lent in Japan

This guest post is written by my friend Melissa Reed, who was in my MFA program. She currently lives in Japan, and you can read about her adventures there at her blog, There and Back Again. Here’s her bio: I’m twenty-five years old and from Paducah, Kentucky. I graduated from Murray State University with a …

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