Nora's home is everywhere and nowhere - from China to New Zealand, and from the UK to the world.
Born in China as a descendent of Confucius, she grew up influenced by western culture. Now living in New Zealand, Nora constantly struggles with the inner conflict of embracing dual cultures. She decides to travel the world to discover her multicultural identity, find a sense of belonging and fight the battle against discrimination.
Eleven stories on stereotypes, identity, loneliness, relationship, sexual harassment, race, media manipulation, and the hidden history will resonate with ethnic minorities who may have experienced the cultural similarities and differences between East and West.
This book will encourage and inspire people to learn from each other with a curious and open mind.
Eloquent, pure and completely stylistic, here lies a fresh voice in fiction from a Chinese New Zealand writer. The Invisible Third Culture Adult is the perfect read for anyone who feels they are not being seen or heard.
Everyone has a story to tell - let’s listen to one person at a time.