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Tiffany Chin is the Denver Editor for Miss A. She was raised in Hong Kong, and has traveled extensively around the world. She currently calls Denver her home, and can be found exploring local restaurants, attending festivals & entertainment events, and shopping to fulfill her obsession with dresses. She has found Colorado to be one of the best states in the country, and loves that it provides everything she left back home. In her quiet time, she plays the piano, cooks, sews, writes poetry and visits the mountains from time to time.

Colorado Based Culturs.guru Connects Globally Blended People And Charities

Photo Credit: Edspired.com

Photo Credit: Edspired.com

Have you ever been asked questions like “where are you from?” or “where do you call home?” and you hesitate because you wonder which version is the best to regale to the interviewer? For those of you who are nodding vehemently, don’t worry, you are not alone. For those who can answer the above questions easily and may be confused by the hesitation of such a simple question, CULTURS.guru can help you understand.

Photo Credit: Doni Luckutt

Photo Credit: Doni Luckutt

Based in Colorado and founded by Doni Luckutt, CULTURS.guru is a volunteer-based global multicultural magazine celebrating the unique perspectives of Global Nomads, Third Culture Kids, and racially-blended and culturally-blended people. Basically, it is a place where globally minded folks can come together and share their stories and interests.Topics can include fashion and beauty, political matters, immigration, fitness and pretty much anything under the sun. You’d be surprised the number of stories and people you can connect with.

“Assessing someone’s background from outward appearance isn’t enough” anymore because where you grew up might not be where you were born and how you were raised may not be the same as your parents. So it’s not uncommon to find yourself hesitating when asked where you call home and it’s okay to identify yourself with two cultures and be proud of it.

Although just under a year old, CULTURS has already attracted a large database of culturally blended people. On top of that, CULTURS is also very involved with several non profits all over the world, especially ones that are culturally blended on way or another.

Photo Credit: Africa Yoga Project

Photo Credit: Africa Yoga Project

As a global community, we are no longer “confined” to supporting only local or more-recognized charities but charities around the world. CULTURS has partnered with Nairobi, Kenya-based Africa Yoga ProjectAlpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc.; Random Acts of Theatre from Selma, Alabama; Los Angeles, California-based The Kis Foundation and Women’s Yarn Project from Guatemala to raise funds and actively work with them in maintaining their mission. Whether it is funding or volunteering, CULTURS travels to where the non profits are based and has  become a strong part of each non profits’ mission.

Teachers and particpants of Random Acts of Theatre (photo credit: Random Acts of Theatre)

Teachers and particpants of Random Acts of Theatre (photo credit: Random Acts of Theatre)

Learn more about the up and coming magazine and see how you can contribute either through your stories or to one of their charities here!

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