My childhood in every country

We live in a diverse world. Our cultures and environment shape us into who we are. And as technology makes our world smaller, we learn that even though we have different childhoods – we all share the same joy, fears and hopes.

I reached out to people from across the world to see how childhood was in their country.


“My first memory is a stroll on a boat, on a lake, with my parents.”Chaï, France
Read more…


“Bread with olive oil and mint tea. This meal is a must for a Moroccan.”Mahmood, Morocco
Read more…


“My mother showed me a cartoon and I started to learn English”Arsen, Russia
Read more…


“My mom gave me toy cars as a treat that had “Coca Cola” on them.”Jamil, Honduras
Read more…


“I grew up in a strange reality where malls were kind of dangerous.”Hilla, Israel
Read more…


“When I grew up, I wanted to be a police officer.”Frank, Belgium
Read more…


“I loved to read books about mythology, also loved Agatha Christie novels.”Magdalena, Croatia
Read more…


“Even the kids who basically never read anything, read Harry Potter.”Luke, England
Read more…


“I was attacked by a neighbor’s dog. It took years to conquer my fear of animals”Angelica, USA
Read more…