Eve

Multicoolty founder.
Always a learner, hungry runner, dog lover for life, world traveler, serial fish eater and espresso drinker, Juventus fan and a true multicoolty at heart!

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The essence of life

I like that Germans have everything in order in their heads and their lives. However, I don’t like that some Germans focus on material values a lot. Now I am distributing good for the soul books and hoping that people think more about the essence of life and good values.
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I have a dream

Germany is a well-developed country. Maybe in 20-30 years China will be on the same level where Germany is at the moment. The German cars are very sought-after in China – for example, Audi. But over here they are so cheap! It’s unbelievable! I have a crazy idea connected to...
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Young again

I was a mining engineer for twenty years in Kazakhstan. I came to Germany when I was 51, already a pensioner and everyone was telling me that I was still a young man. So I started acting like a young man – now look at me! I’m 62 but I feel...
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The Bulgarian on the streets

I have been here for six years already. I still haven’t managed to learn German fluently, but I do speak Turkish. I work in different bars, where most of the clients are Turkish. Come over we have live Bulgarian music every weekend.
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On being a musician

We went to meet Kristaps Grasis – a famous Latvian musician currently leaving in Bonn. Kristaps is a young and successful professional guitar player, teacher, director of the private musical school in Bonn and a very inspiring person. He was so kind to chat with us and tell us more...
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Nothing better than Italian food

Have your eating habits changed when you moved to Germany? At the beginning yes, but I was really destroying my stomach, so I got back to what I was eating in Italy, even though you don’t find everything here.
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It’s heaven

I like everything about Germany compared to Ukraine, absolutely everything! It’s like heaven for me.
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At the Barber’s

I am from Turkey and have been in Germany since 16 years and since 14 years I have this hair salon over here. I was jobless for only two months once I got here. I am doing very well and of course satisfied with everything. I have been a hairdresser already...
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Jobs are hard to get

 It’s much calmer here, less crime, no vandalism compared to Kongo. However, the job situation is difficult for foreigners. The job places are there, but it’s hard to get them.
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A difficult question

I am originally from Sicily, came to Germany more than 10 years ago and liked it from the very beginning. I am a classical example of an Italian abroad. Do you plan to go back? Eh it is a very difficult question.
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From Ukraine with Love

We were struggling for several months to get the visa and have one of the best Ukrainian chefs work at out restaurant Pan&Pani. Our Chef used to cook for Ukrainian celebrities and was an author of a popular culinary TV show.
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The businessman

Sometimes it happens that several women want the same dress at the same time. Just half an hour ago two ladies started a fight in the store – I mean literally, pulling each other’s hair and things like that. I had to go between them. So I didn’t sell the...
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It’s all German to me

Are Germans too different from Canadians? Oh yes they are. Somehow they are more socialists, they care more about each other and I like that. They also have a lot of rules for everything, but honestly I prefer to have more rules than no rules. What surprised you most about Germans?...
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Germans and pets

What  do you find so different between Germany and Russia? Many things, for example, the way animals are treated and how much attention is given to them. There are TV shows about them and hotels where animals are allowed. In Russia these things simply do not exist. Another thing that surprised...
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Bringing peace

We attended a special talk “Liberian led NGO for Women’s empowerment” organised by the American Women’s Club of Cologne AIWCC. Head of Mission for Medica Mondiale spoke to us. I come from a country that was in a civil conflict for 40 years and is currently on the road to...
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Overqualified Putzfrauen

I am a German teacher. In my classes there are many women from East Europe and most of them are overqualified for what they do in Germany. They actually often joke about it. They say there have never been so many qualified Putzfrauen (cleaning ladies – ed.) in Germany before.
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More than just learning

In Iran teachers are always the ones talking all the time and students are very passive. I like to study the language in Germany because I can say almost everything, I can easily express my thoughts without being afraid. In my country many things are forbidden.
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Born to be a global nomad

Where do you come from? It’s complex, but I have learnt to adjust my answers. Sometimes I’d say I am Canadian, originally from Romania, who studied in Sweden and now lives in Germany. Other times I’d say I am Romanian who grew up in Canada, studied in Sweden and currently...
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