As a third culture kid, I struggle with how I see myself and how others see me. Using items from my past, I represented who I see myself as, but as I peer into my reflection, I acknowledge the fact that I look Korean. Until I explain who I really am or spend time with them, I find that others will always see me as Asian. But I wanted to show that there can still be room for conversation and to break the barriers of racism. The notion that we have to look a certain way to come from a certain place. And this was shown through the small detail of an African necklace.