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From Mami's Blog: A piñata - cool cultural element, stereotype, or both?

My poor husband. He often comes across as the bad guy in my blogging (which I also do here). He’s a wonderful man. That’s why I married him. 161 more words

Día Internacional de la Lengua Materna. #DILM (Convocatoria)

El 21 de Febrero se celebra el día Internacional de la Lengua Materna y en  Viviendo en el Extranjero queremos ayudar a hacer conciencia de la importancia de preservar nuestra lengua madre, cualquiera que esta sea.  325 more words

Too bad 30 years ago

I participated in a twitter chat on Latino Early Childhood with @LatinoUSA and @spanglishbaby to talk #bilingualkids. Most participants, as expected, were bilingual Spanish-English speakers, proud to raise their children in a supporting bilingual environment. 258 more words

Bilingual

Merry Christmas +1 month

Have you noticed? One month ago Christmas was in the air! Let’s close our eyes and be there again… Christmas! In the baubles, trees, and nativity scenes, everywhere the atmosphere is festive. 843 more words

Humour

This Old World is a New World and a Bold World

With school starting last week, everything has felt so hectic and out of order…which explains why I’ve failed to post anything in a while.  Because I had been in Japan plenty of times before, I expected this transition to be a piece of cake.   542 more words

Japan

January events on Bilingualism & Multilingualism

The following are a list of events, symposiums, conferences or workshops held in January related to the areas of bilingual, bicultural or multilingual/multicultural research. If you wish to appear on this list or know of any more events you would like to ask, feel free to contact us through the contact form or in the comments section! 655 more words

Bicultural

The Edited "About Me" - in Poetry

I am from a legacy of displacement
That found strength to put roots
Down in Philadelphia.
I am from the house in the suburbs,
And everyone thought, “They made it!” 141 more words

Identity