Archive for May, 2012

Third Culture Kids (TCK’s) – Adrian Bautista

Salam Nomads!

One of the biggest reasons to why I (@ThaRealBigMo) called my company TheNMDC is because I’ve grown up all over the place.  A little about myself: I was born in Jackson, Mississippi, USA, and grew up between Oregon and Kuwait.  I can relate to these kids.  I do find it difficult sometimes defining where home is.  It’s a gift.  I see the world with a much more open minded view than most of my friends.  I’ve had the fortunate opportunity to travel, learn, and grow throughout my childhood.  I’ve attended the public school system in Kuwait, and the US.  I’ve visited countries in Europe, and South East Asia; and I wouldn’t trade my experiences for anything.  I’m fluent in two languages, and consider to very distant places to be home.
I hope you give this short documentary a look.  It’s definitely worth the 10 minutes of your time, especially if you are yourself a TCK.  It definitely gave me a different perspective on being a TCK.

#PressPlay and tell me what you think.

<p><a href=”http://vimeo.com/41264088″>So Where’s Home? A Film About Third Culture Kid Identity</a> from <a href=”http://vimeo.com/adrianbautista”>Adrian Bautista</a> on <a href=”http://vimeo.com”>Vimeo</a&gt;.</p>

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