Updated: Aug 9
When complaining to your parents about the smallest problem, they might respond with the ever so common story of how they crossed borders to create a better life for us, the children of immigrants. Our experience may only be a fraction of our parents’ but they are valid in their own way. We may never have had to face a physical border but we’re constantly tackling the invisible borders between our roots and routes. Instead, our lives become an entanglement of two cultures and we sit in this idea of a ‘third space’.