Life is a freaking beautiful three-way train wreck (200x100)
Life is a freaking beautiful three-way train wreck (200x100)

Our family of four absolutely loves traveling and I started pondering on the whole concept of third-culture kids, feelings of being a stranger in one’s own home country; of how I feel I’m starting to have more close non-Asian friends than Singaporean friends; of having the privilege of being surrounded by different nationalities and languages here in Europe.

I am from Singapore, my husband was born in Malaysia but grew up in Australia, and both our kids are being raised in Switzerland. I love that we get to embrace many East and West traditions and experiences. As the world becomes smaller and more accessible with social media and advancements in telecommunications n travel, our mindset should inversely become broader and our hearts bigger as we embrace and celebrate all the unique narratives that make us what we are now, and also what makes our next generation diff from ourselves, don’t you think?

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First Blush (90x90)
First Blush (90x90)
The Tipping Point (50x70)
The Tipping Point (50x70)
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Golden Undergrowth (90x90)
Golden Undergrowth (90x90)
Life is a freaking beautiful three-way train wreck (200x100)
Photo 9-1-19, 9 15 43 am.jpg
Photo 9-2-16, 9 14 40 pm.jpg
First Blush (90x90)
The Tipping Point (50x70)
Photo 9-1-19, 9 14 37 am.jpg
IMG_2290.JPG
Photo 20-10-16, 3 04 13 pm.jpg
Photo 27-6-17, 8 13 37 pm.jpg
Photo 20-10-16, 3 04 50 pm.jpg
Photo 25-10-16, 4 24 30 pm.jpg
Golden Undergrowth (90x90)
Life is a freaking beautiful three-way train wreck (200x100)

Our family of four absolutely loves traveling and I started pondering on the whole concept of third-culture kids, feelings of being a stranger in one’s own home country; of how I feel I’m starting to have more close non-Asian friends than Singaporean friends; of having the privilege of being surrounded by different nationalities and languages here in Europe.

I am from Singapore, my husband was born in Malaysia but grew up in Australia, and both our kids are being raised in Switzerland. I love that we get to embrace many East and West traditions and experiences. As the world becomes smaller and more accessible with social media and advancements in telecommunications n travel, our mindset should inversely become broader and our hearts bigger as we embrace and celebrate all the unique narratives that make us what we are now, and also what makes our next generation diff from ourselves, don’t you think?

First Blush (90x90)
The Tipping Point (50x70)
Golden Undergrowth (90x90)
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