I like to dance and will happily engage in any kind of improvised art, e.g. music, theatre, and dance (especially when combined).
I am trans-national ("third culture kid"). Having spent a quarter of my life in Europe, I've found that at an individual level I often relate best to Europeans. And yet no single place in Europe made me feel at home as much as the international communities I've found in the US and Canada.
My people are intellectuals: people who care about ideas, about actually understanding things, and who enjoy speculating why our minds/languages/bodies/computers/societies work the way they do. My people are independent and stubborn, they don't care what others may think.
After two years in Vancouver, I moved to NYC to start a PhD at Columbia. In Vancouver I had found a beautiful community where everyone you meet is an artist or yoga instructor. I was very happy to call them my neighbors. Hippies are not exactly MyPeople, but I generally like them. I was hosting awesome parties once a month (probably the nerdiest parties you've ever seen).