Meet polyglot Joe-Ann Chavry: one of the most assertive and independent women I’ve ever met. She gives us a snippet of life in her hometown Mauritius.
Neighbours argue. It’s what they do. A Malaysian and a Singaporean sit down for a chat. Guess what happens.
Kishore Mahbubani asked us this provocative question on his book cover. Charmaine and I have answers.
Meet toastmaster Vitaly Terekhov: one of the funniest people I’ve ever met. Originally from St. Petersburg, our paths crossed in Montreal.
Meet Kunduz Rysbek: one of the most fascinating women I’ve ever met in my life. She speaks 5 languages, has lived in 5 countries and visited over 50 cities. But still, Kunduz is like that salmon that always returns home at the end of her journey.
The need to fit in and belong to some kind of tribe is primal and deeply ingrained in our psychology. But for us third culture kids – that’s never going to happen. Especially not in Japan.
The story of a first generation immigrant in the land down under