Tag Archives: identity

Home is where your heart is.

With mixed feelings, I am sitting at the airport all alone. Foreigners and/or travellers are passing by and I am now one of them. Hello vagabond life (again)! I don’t know whether to laugh myself to tears about how much … Continue reading

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The question of identity: Who am I?

As you could already tell that I got very inspired by my Global Migration Stories – subject, after having visited the Immigration Museum (http://museumvictoria.com.au/immigrationmuseum/) yesterday, I feel even more fascinated by people constantly moving around. Admittedly, it would have been … Continue reading

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Just keep moving.

As everyone else, I am flat out with uni work. My last essay about my family history and the story about my Mum migrating from Asia to Europe was such a pleasure to write. It was fascinating how much she … Continue reading

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I’m a Swermanese?!

My core subject is Global Migration Stories with two 1h-lectures and one 1h-tutorial per week. It’s great to be able to choose subjects and create your personal timetable; however, it’s complicated and you have to make sure that a) they … Continue reading

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