On my way to the studio, I got the news that basketball great Kobe Bryant, along with his daughter Gianna, her teammate, her family, coaches, and pilot, had lost their lives in a crash. Kobe, during the early years of his life, got to experience life ove...
On my way to the studio, I got the news that basketball great Kobe Bryant, along with his daughter Gianna, her teammate, her family, coaches, and pilot, had lost their lives in a crash. Kobe, during the early years of his life, got to experience life overseas (in Italy), thus fitting into what this episode was trying to capture. Life, as experienced by Americans abroad for this episode, told by two Marines.
Down the line, we shall be bringing more episodes but from different perspectives of Americans in other professions. In this episode, Daniel Perez and Ephraim Agbenor walk us through how their years in the Marine Corps created life learning and changed perspectives forever after experiencing other cultures outside of the United States. Curfews, food, culture shocks, language barriers amongst many addressed in this episode that's quite different from the usual.
The goal is for everyone to learn, through the sharing of experiences and our journey.
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