Tag Archives: Issue 3

Christmas in July

“During our last meal together, the night I left Ethiopia, I looked at that same brown table as it seemed to once again groan under the weight of an enormous pile of food. I felt incredibly happy that I now knew the Amharic name of every food on that table.”

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Building character through frustrations

“It was always the same: my parents would stay awake late at night, struggling to decipher legal documents or bills filled with jargon and woke me up to translate letters with grown-up language, representing institutions I would not be able to fathom for years. “

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