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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Amerikanets

I come from the great nation of Ohio.  After a below average effort in a typical small town high school, I spent a few years in Atlanta and then moved to Russia in 1999. Why Russia? I guess somehow I was raised to understand that life could be broader than...
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Multiculturalism lessens conflicts

Multiculturalism, in my opinion, lessens conflicts because now  after having lived in different countries, I can see that the person that seemed so strange and so different in the past, is actually not different from me at all. The average citizen in any part of the world is just doing the...
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Learning language is a must!

My name is Ronak Gandhi, I grew up in Junagadh, India but moved to Australia in 2008 to do my degree. After finishing my degree I liked Australia so much that I lived there for few more years till 2013 working and travelling. I arrived in Germany (TU Chemnitz) in...
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Typical German

We asked and keep on asking most of our multicoolties what “typical German” is and we have received tons of great responses ranging from funny to personal and profound. These are our absolute favourites! Do you find yourself nodding 😉 Germans might be a bit uptight, not very spontaneous, more...
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Jena is the best!

Hi, I am Şeyma Kadayıfçi, I’m 21 years old, originally from Turkey. I came to Germany for 3 months to participate in the Erasmus Mundus programme. What did you like the most about Germany? The nature, there is so much natural beauty in Germany compared to Turkey. It’s so green (laughing-ed)....
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Добро пожаловать Multicoolty Russia

And yet again this year we are expanding our multicoolty family and launching Multicoolty Russia! Yes yes you heard it right Multicoolty RUSSIA! Russia historically has been a multinational and multiethnic society with over 100 ethnicities and indigenous peoples. Russia is noted for continuous flow of migrants especially from former Soviet Union countries....
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Tastes of Home: What food do I bring from Russia?!

After your family and friends, food probably comes second on the list of things you miss the most from your home country. I can almost bet to find some food items in your luggage when you travel back to your “adopted” country where you reside now 😉 … Alright, as...
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Seeing the world through different eyes

When you live in a second culture, soo many amazing and interesting things happen around you. You are more open to new things and ideas, you become more creative…and you understand and appreciate that there are many different approaches to life! You also start seeing the world through different eyes…for example, how different cultures resolve...
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My life in a suitcase

My name is Eleanor and I have been living in Germany since 4 years. I’m a blogger. I manage the page “My life in a suitcase” – a guide for those who want to move to Germany or those who want more information about the country. Initially, the difficulties are...
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I no longer believe in a multicultural society

I no longer believe in a peaceful, multicultural society in Germany … And I am not being racist or xenophobic.  I came to a conclusion that in some cases different cultures can’t live together…  It’s not only the fault of the people from different cultures, the fault is mainly of politicians and our governments…
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Cantunera

What you are about to read here is an interview with Pierluigi Virelli – an Italian musician from “Cantunera” – agro-pastoral musical world from Calabria. I had an opportunity to chat with Pierluigi via Skype about his music, the band and a bit about his life in Berlin. How it...
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If you speak the language, you never face problems

What is it like for an Indian woman to live in Germany? Good 😉 If you speak the language, you never face problems… The Indian diaspora and, important to me, Indian supermarkets and restaurants are almost everywhere. Before moving here some people warned me of racism and discrimination, but luckily I have...
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I’m still here 11 years later

I am a  50+-year-old British man, born in Hereford. Worked some, ran my own business (computer stuff) and then just had enough.  I live with my partner (Italian) who I’ve been with for 6 years and two Bearded Collies, near the centre of Milan. By day, a program manager for an...
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I loved creating a life for myself abroad!

My name is Anna and I am originally from Cincinnati, Ohio. I moved to France to complete my Bachelor’s degree in International Business. I attended a University in the United States for 2 years, and then attended a business school, Neoma Business School, in Reims, France for 2 years. I just...
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I’m not turkish, but my husband is

In a capital city marked by transformation and transience, where people are perpetually coming and going, it can feel like a true rarity to meet someone actually from that city. “H” was my first Berlin friend from Berlin. We met through a language website, after she sent me a request to practice French in exchange...
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