‘Third culture kids’ raised in India

By Kate van Bennekom:
They have more passports stamps than you can poke a stick at, have friends from all corners of the globe, can speak the slang from multiple cultures, and they haven’t even graduated from high school yet. Third culture kids, commonly known as TCKs, are children that were born in one country and raised in another, creating an intriguing and revolutionary third culture. Foreign correspondent, Kate van Bennekom, travelled to New Delhi, India, to meet with some TCKs who have a global vision that could change the world.


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