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Of burgers and baguettes: the bicultural struggle 

A few weeks back, I discovered that I live about ten minutes away from the Statue of Liberty – which is always a surprise when you actually reside thousands of kilometers away from Staten Island. 990 more words

Italian Monkeys

I just finished writing my last post when I turned on Eurovision and saw the Italian dude singing about yoga while dancing with a monkey. I take back what I said about British holiday makers and their bulldog tattoos as my sense of Italian pride well and truly diminishes. 274 more words

Icelandonesia or Indoniceland?

There are not many Indonesian people living in Iceland. I’ve known about 30 of them, I think, even though data from the Indonesian Embassy in Oslo shows that there are over 60 of us currently living here. 461 more words


8 Things About Me - Metro Missy

Things you need to know about me

So I chose to do this blog predominately under an alias – Metro Missy, however I will be sharing aspects of my life with you guys so I feel like there are some facts you need to know about me first. 398 more words


Birthright citizenship in the US- when your child is American and you're not

Aviana was born in Virginia USA and we, her parents, are British citizens. A little thing called Birthright citizenship in the US means that she can be a US citizen…or a British citizen, whichever she chooses, or both. 829 more words

The Mummy Diaries

UNITED STATES – Federal Judge in Seattle Temporarily Blocks Executive Order

On Friday 3 February 2017, a federal judge in Seattle, Washington issued a Temporary Restraining Order (TRO) with nationwide effect, blocking the Trump Administration’s Executive Order on travel and visa issuance.  64 more words

Immigration Alerts

Just before midnight. Day 2.

Growing up, it was all about blending in with english kids. Trying to do everything like them so I would be accepted. Straightening my hair, english packed lunches, dressing differently. 301 more words