World Citizen Storycast
Sadly, Marcia and Lisle have decided to discontinue this podcast. They explain why and share some takeaways from the experience.
Marcia and Lisle consider Bart’s cultural experiences living in South Korea and returning home afterwards, and they wonder whether America can really be called the greatest country.
In this episode, Jessica shares her story of traveling across Myanmar in an attempt to uncover a mystery about her grandmother.
When might volunteer tourism do more harm than good? Robin shares some insights from Cambodia.
Kathleen, an adult Third Culture Kid, tells her international story and why she’s sometimes reluctant to share it.
After wandering around SE Asia, Andrea settled on Taiwan as the place to live, but she’s not sure it’s a permanent relationship. She shares some match maker and match breaker points with us.
Dan grew up in a small town America, and now travels the world as the operator of an international tour company catering to gay men.
While in Brazil, Jackie from Scotland met a man from France, and they settled down to raise their children in Paris. Her experiences with British and French relationships opens up a discussion about stereotypes and civil unions.
Yulia, a world traveler from Russia, shares her intercultural experiences, including overcoming her discomfort with comments from Italian men on the street.
After relocating from the Pacific island nation of Tonga to Canada, Ruby discovered that homesickness can impact or even define a cross-cultural experience.