This episode, my friend Bryce and I reflect on our time volunteering abroad, living around the globe, and experiencing the world through different languages.
Today, we’re in conversation with dancer, medical student, poet, and all-round wonderful person Roosha Mandal about how she’s found ways to craft her own cultural identity through conversations, art, and compassion.
Apeksha and her brother sat down to talk about their experiences with ancestry, and how they learned about the roots of their family, their heritage, and the culture.
On Mothers’ Day, I sat down with my mom to hear the story of her childhood all around India, and how this shaped her into the adaptable person she is today. We also get a chance to talk about what “home” and “belonging” mean to us, as well as something very important to any cultural experience: food.
In this episode, I sit down with my dad and brother to talk about being “third culture kids”. We explore the concepts of identity, finding community and what makes TCKs so unique.
As big and vast as India is, there is one thing that undisputedly ties us together: the mango. In this episode we hear about some childhood memories, eating techniques, and emotions that surround mangoes both in India and abroad.