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The Great Indian Marriage Bazaar. She compares the identities of most TCKs to the Indonesian mixed salad gado-gado.

Free Ranged or Arranged: How Should Third Kulture Kids Handle Arranged Marriages?

Ruchika documented her own challenges with being matched by her parents and relatives in the 2012 film, The Great Indian Marriage Bazaar. She compares the identities of most TCKs to the Indonesian mixed salad gado-gado. While her parents might be able to use a checklist to narrow their options in choosing someone for her, as a TCK, I see my identity as a mix of cultures, as opposed to my ethnicity, caste, or community, she says.

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