Have You Ever Tried to Take a Selfie with An Analog Camera?

So what’s the deal about talking about the past? For some people it may sound like nostalgia, like it’s a bad thing and looking at the present or the future is the way to go. As I approach my forties, it just feels like I have to record this historical era because we have switched to something else, I have no words to describe, it’s like a « digitalized and synthetic world » you know. The matrix turned real?

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What An Expat Needs to Know About the Closing of French Borders

France to close borders to all non-EU countries starting tomorrow. Limited exceptions will apply to French citizens living abroad attempting to return.

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Standing in Line With Other New Yorkers for Early Voting: It’s Not as Bad as You Think

After waiting in line for two hours, I cast my early ballot in the presidential election as a new American. So grateful to the Brooklyn staff and for everyone making it possible to vote early in a safe and smooth way!

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30 years after the fall of the Berlin wall, impressions of a kid born in the Soviet Union.

This defining event was a key milestone in the life of so many. 30 Years later and so many of us are still working through the transformative impact of this day.

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From Haiti to the United States

I am so happy that Reginald agreed to share his story on today’s post. Interestingly, Reggie and I virtually met when I used to Livestream on Periscope. We became friends since, and I have to admit, should meet in person way more often. How was life in Haiti like?   The best part about living in…

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From the French Riviera to the Canadian Grand North.

I am very excited to introduce you to my long time friend Gérard whom I met in High School, back when we both lived and studied in France. He is now living and working in the Yukon, a territory in northwest Canada. On my side, I am still living and working in New York City.…

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Comment accélérer son évaluation de diplômes d’études (EDE) par WES?

Depuis Novembre 2020, WES ne requiert que votre diplôme le plus élevé afin de compléter votre évaluation (EDE) pour votre application d’immigration canadienne. Dans cet article: les grandes lignes à retenir.

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The 1776 Report

“The safety of a republic depends essentially on the energy of a common national sentiment; on
a uniformity of principles and habits; on the exemption of the citizens from foreign bias, and
prejudice; and on that love of country which will almost invariably be found to be closely
connected with birth, education and family.”
Alexander Hamilton

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Some of The Books that Helped me make Sense of Modern China

I would like to share the books I read that helped me make sense of China and how its influence has now reached our US shores for good.

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Evaluation des diplômes par WES – Guide pratique pour l’entrée express au Canada

Dans cet article je partage avec vous certaines astuces pour éviter tout délais dans le processus de votre évaluation des diplômes d’études (EDE) pour l’entrée express au Canada.

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My Top 5 Best Spots on the Road: Road Trip in Upstate NY

We planned the best road trip from New York City in less than a week. The most rejuvenating experience for New Yorkers such as ourselves, who didn’t escape the city during the 2020 NYC exodus. After all, we made it through months of NYC lockdown and days of curfews.

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Polaroid Gallery

Third Culture Kids tend to dive deep and do so very fast when they encounter a new person.These people have an inherent sense that experiences must end. That time is limited.
This awareness contributed to me picking up photography. A way to capture these precious memories that were soon to disappear away like sand in the wind.

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