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In this paper, Dr. Huong Nguyen, taking herself as the case study, introduces us to
the liberating power of non-attachment to identity, and how to “practice” non-attachment
to identity in an ever-increasing interconnected word. The researcher presents some of the
identities that she transitions between in her daily life as well as presenting some solutions
she has used it in her own life. She hopes her case study can provide some insights to other
people, especially young people who are increasingly exposed to the global world from a
young age and contribute to the research in preserving identities in the interconnected world
through non- attachment to identities.
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