I have been in Switzerland for ten years. I’m not allowed to be Swiss yet, but am I still 100 percent Canadian? Traveling to my country shows that some things have become foreign to me there.
I have changed. Canada has changed.
My aunt introduced me to her friends as “his niece from Switzerland”. They were impressed by my good English.
More about my reverse culture shock in the video:
Also, to celebrate the tenth anniversary, I baked myself a cake and carefully decorated it with love, and everyone thought the icing looked like ketchup.
Then I learned that my first two years in Switzerland did not count for naturalization. So please write me a comment how beautiful the cake looks.
Or tell about your reverse culture shock.
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