Living abroad is a transformative experience that can broaden one’s horizons, deepen cultural understanding, and promote personal growth. It can also present significant challenges such as language barriers, cultural differences, and homesickness.
Despite the difficulties, many people choose to live abroad, either temporarily or permanently. How does living abroad impact one’s sense of identity and belonging? Can it lead to a sense of global citizenship, or does it reinforce nationalistic attitudes?
Moreover, in a world that is becoming increasingly interconnected, what role does living abroad play in shaping our collective future?