Raising Trilingual, Third Culture Kids

Can you imagine speaking three different languages in your home, incorporating traditions and foods from several cultures and living in a country neither you or your spouse call home?

Hsin tells us all about the challenges and perks of raising trilingual third culture kids and how she and her husband forged their own path and found balance among it all. We talk about differences in religion and political views, starting over in a new country, traveling with kids and raising trilingual kids. It’s a great conversation that you won’t want to miss! #multiculturalfamilies #trilingual #multiculturalchallenges

Neither can I.

However, Hsin from Nanani.World is currently doing just that. She raising trilingual girls in Barcelona, while incorporating her Taiwanese culture and her husband’s Brazilian culture into their home life. Juggling so many cultures and languages comes with its challenges but it also has its perks.

Hsin tells us all about how she and her husband forged their own path and found balance among it all. We talk about differences in religion and political views, starting over in a new country, traveling with kids and raising tri-lingual kids. It’s a great conversation that you won’t want to miss!

To find out more about Hsin and her family’s adventures you can check out her website: https://nanani.world/ or find her on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/nananiworld/

If you’d like to listen to more great conversations like these, check out our podcast by searching for Families Embracing Diversity wherever you listen to podcasts or by clicking here.

Be sure to check out The Benefits of Long Term Family Travel and How to Align Your Life With Your Values.

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