Let’s start with the facts, despite what you may see on a college campus, currently there are 66 million more men on the planet than women. In few places is this more evident than the Arabian Peninsula. During my first brief stay in Qatar, I became acquainted with the Gulf phenomenon, at every cafe, bar, hotel and meeting there were an abundance of ringless well dressed men.Read More
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When we live, work and create in a land, we become subject to its influence- so in a way globalcreating and immersing and assimilating can never be fully pulled apart. It teaches you that the black and white way of dealing with the world, the facts you learned in your homeland are not necessarily all true. In some cases, that liberates you from them.Read More
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If you are expat living an international life and especially dating internationally, there’s a good chance you may one day give birth to a third culture kid. Third culture kids are those that are born and/or raised into multiple cultures, including being raised outside of their country of origin. Third culture kids are today a minority but our generation will watch them become a sizable force. They carry the gifts and challenges of understanding multiple cultures, while maybe belonging to none. Something many global nomads may relate to, either personally or in reflecting on the future....Read More
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Jose Luis Cardona (Graphic Designer): Transits through the thoughts of communities, cultural manifestations and productive practices, incorporating graphic design as a participatory element and a tool for community strengthening.