Seeing my mum welling up with tears at the airport is still something gets me. I wasn't prepared for how difficult it would be to leave.
I woke up to calls and messages from my mum and sisters to tell me that my dad was in hospital and had suffered a heart attack. I didn’t know what to do and felt completely helpless as I couldn’t afford to get on a plane home.
The French are not always easy to get along with - they do things in a certain way and are slow to change.
Moving to London from the Philippines was not a personal choice. My husband was not yet prepared to leave UK permanently and my son wanted to finish his university here.
It was very difficult keeping a relationship going while being so far away from each other but we made it work. Between us we made visits back and forth so there was only about a three month cycle of not seeing each other over the year.
Sophie, Hong Kong
Going from looming giants of skyscrapers and the hustle and bustle of the city in the morning, to being on top of a mountain, with the wind in your hair and surrounded by lush green in the afternoon was surreal and amazing.
Grace, Hong Kong
I found difficulties with moving back, especially with finding a job and somewhere to live. Moving back in with your parents in your late 20s is never fun.
Lydia, Hong Kong
Moving house can be a big challenge, the whole process of looking for a house, dealing with agencies or landlords and finally moving into the new house is very challenging, especially if you have to do it all by yourself.
Lei He, London
I meet the poorest people in the world one week and the next I’m photographing and meeting presidents.
It was always my dad’s dream to move the family abroad and he made it a reality. But it was very difficult when he passed away.