My sister has lived in Italy for more than half her life now. She’s married to a native Italian and has two kids who have grown up in Rome. Yet she still occasionally has what she calls “cultural moments,” which she describes on her Cross-Cultural Moments blog as “a twitch, a deep gut-wrenching punch, a squirmy, queasy, lightheaded feeling that comes on when people and institutions act in ways that put you outside your cultural comfort zone.” Now that associations are increasingly taking ...

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