This may be the cutest thing you see all day!
In a video that was recently posted to Youtube by her mother, Anaya, a U.S.-born citizen, speaks fluent Korean to a cab driver in the country, where both her parents work teaching English.
In the description for the video, the mother explains that her daughter’s conversation is amazing because “Korean is one of the top 3 hardest languages for English speakers to learn.” and “How many little black girls do you know personally that can speak Korean?”
“We put this video up as a way to show the benefits of raising your children abroad. This is meant to be a positive video to promote awareness that black people are traveling the world and our children are the products of our travels. We want to encourage others that it is possible!” her mother said in a post describing it.
Being bi-cultural is truly something that is beautiful! Share this video if you agree that raising your children abroad for a certain period of time is a great way to teach a child!
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