The significance of narrative in self-construction and sense-making process has been recognized worldwide. This chapter describes the local contexts of sharing time for every classroom and presents the characteristics of the children's personal narratives. The Cloud Village children narrated slowly, with repetitive use of pronouns, lengthened vowels, and frequent pauses between utterances. The presence of these linguistic features indicated that the children regarded sharing time as a specific speech event. Although there were many differences in the narratives among the three areas, one aspect remained the same to the children. Based on the analysis of discussion Taiwanese children's personal narratives and the interviews. To understand more about the local cultures, some of the parents in Cloud Village and all of the parents in Kinmen were invited to share their views on living in general. The data collection from the classroom in Taipei was not successful.