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Nick US explores American kids living in Japan

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MUMBAI: Currently millions of Americans call a foreign country 'home' and many of these Americans are kids. On 19 March, Nickeloden US has announced that it explores the challenges and rewards of being an American kid living abroad in the latest installment of Nick News with Linda Ellerbee: Strangers in a Strange Land.

Ellerbee says, "These kids share with us what it's like to be a stranger in a strange land, in this case one where even the alphabet is different. We see how they have managed to thrive, and what they've discovered about themselves in their new world."

The show offers a glimpse into the lives of three American kids who currently live in Japan. Through their eyes, viewers see the modern Western influences juxtaposed against the more traditional Japanese past. Viewers will experience the futuristic city of Tokyo, as well as the Imperial Palace, Buddhist Temples, and Shinto Shrines, which speak to Japan's ancient customs.

Viewers will learn that one is never too young to be an explorer; that you can travel without going too far from home; and that to venture on a quest is nothing more than to become an asker of questions.

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