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THIRD CULTURE KIDS “Where Are You From?”

o understand what the term third culture means in the shortest way possible, just look at the popular Lebanese restaurant, Zaatar w Zeit. Arabic speakers wouldn’t be able to read the name, English speakers wouldn’t be able to understand it, but third culture people would have no trouble with either. The idea isn’t merely that these words are simply transcriptions or translations of one linguistic culture to another. Rather, it’s the mashing of two cultures together to create a unique, third one. The old menu is more reflective of this idea with sandwiches named and . The you get at Zaatar w Zeit isn’t the same sandwich your grandmother used to make, but something quite different. In a

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