I found Tintin Wulia’s project intriguing, as I had never heard of statelessness, which sparked my curiosity. I learned that stateless people are not considered to hold any nationality, which can be determined at birth or later in life. While this strips individuals and families of some of their abilities in countries they reside in, it also leads to a sort of dehumanization. Regardless of whether someone likes the country that they are from, having a nationality is a strong part of identity. I enjoyed this experience because it opened my eyes to an issue that many face with regards to identity. I wrote “who am I” in my passport because nationality is tied to identity.