Little Nissa in Big China by Iness Belleili, Algeria

As a child I was very curious and eager to discover things that were unfamiliar to me, which made my mom very mad most of the time as my explorations often ended up in disaster. I remember a time when I was five and I slept in our dog’s house while my parents were so … Continue reading Little Nissa in Big China by Iness Belleili, Algeria

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From the other side, by Sarah, Israel

The assignment required us to write about a moment in our life that changed or shaped our mind. I put a lot of thought into it and realized that i don't have one moment in particular, I have many such moments, memories and experiences, that they have all not only shaped me, but also helped … Continue reading From the other side, by Sarah, Israel

A challenge worth taking – by Eman Gaza

Language is my life-long challenge that has been most worth taking. On a sunny day in the summer of 2000, while watching my dad watch the news on CNN, I stood still, unable to understand a single word. I was terribly shocked by my dad's ability to react to what he was listening to. At … Continue reading A challenge worth taking – by Eman Gaza

Citizen of The World by Ahmed Nasri Tunisia

When I was growing up, I never noticed any diversity in my community. People looked the same, held the same beliefs, ate the same kind of food, and spoke the same language. My small community was like a disconnected bubble from the outside world to the extent that I didn't even question how the outside … Continue reading Citizen of The World by Ahmed Nasri Tunisia