Third Culture Kid: Who Am I?

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Third Culture Kid: Who Am I?

Join us in this fun and explorative talk to learn about what it actually means to be a “Third Culture Kid”.

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Crane Joo Chiat 285 Joo Chiat Road Singapore, 427539 Singapore

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Talk: Third Culture Kid – Who Am I?

Date: 23 Feb 2023

Time: 7:00pm to 8:30pm

Location: Crane @ Robertson Quay

Price: $58*

Ticket price includes materials and 1x drink (alcoholic & non alcoholic options available).

Are you or your kids a “Third Culture Kid?

Have you grown up in a culture different to your parents'? How about your children?

Are you (or have you been) living, studying, or working abroad?

Join us in this fun and explorative talk to learn about what it actually means to be a “Third Culture Kid”.

Singapore is a great example of a very rich social interaction where cross-cultural individuals - professionals, families, kids - come together and learn from each other.

When living and working a significant amount of years outside of your country of origin, a unique "third culture" is created.

Join the conversation on what it means to grow up in a culture different to your parents', to live and work with different cultures, and/or to live in different places across the globe.

During this talk, we will explore:

- The definition of “home”

- Home and relationships

- Rootlessness and restlessness - always ready to move

- The role of deep connections and valued relationships

- The impact of the “culture shock”, and

- The benefits of interacting with many cultures!

Our collective shared experiences are unique and they are an opportunity to share to the world.

Our ability to adapt to different environments empowers us to see life as opportunities, not challenges.

Facilitators:

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Elena Scaramellini, Founder of Intellectibus. Elena is a passionate executive trainer, entrepreneur, and a senior project and change manager with more than 20 years of corporate experience across the globe. She is a Crane member and an active contributor to the Crane community. To learn more about Elena’s story, you can follow her on IG @intellectibus and visit her website www.intellectibus.com.

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Sally van Opstal

A seasoned "Third Culture Kid" growing up across multiple countries with a very diverse family, Sally is passionate about meaningful cross cultural experiences and sharing these encounters with like-minded individuals. She has over 15 years of corporate retail experience helping brands expand operations globally, and is a certified professional coach. She is trilingual and picking up a fourth -- Singlish =). Sally is an active member of the Crane community.

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