Multicoolty Russia

Exciting stories of Russians abroad and migrants in Russia.
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Never give up!

Hello! My name is Mohammed Bashir and I am originally from Sudan, Africa. Now I live in Kirov and study at Vyatka State University. What brought you to Russia? Well, my higher education, of course. Having finished school I started thinking where to go. At first I chose a university...
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And subconsciously you start smiling!

I came to the US through an ordinary tourist visa having received it half a year before the flight. I came there in May. The tickets were bought spontaneously as a surprise for me. 😉 Why America? America? Well… because I had already seen everything I was really interested in....
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Why Canada?

Hi! My Name is Stanislav Shakurov and I’m originally from Kazan, Russia. But now I live and work as interpreter in Canada. Why Canada? I always wanted to try living a few years somewhere abroad, but Canada was the most attractive country for me, the same weather and climate, but...
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Russian-French Designer: from Chanel to anaplast

Notes from France… It’s obvious that food for a true Frenchman is everything. It’s his/her God ;-). The French can spend long hours having their dinner and enjoying all sorts of wines and cheese. Perhaps, the only nation that can tell you the exact “race” of any wine ;-). It’s...
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India is my love!

When and where did you visit India for the first time? For the first time I visited Goa which is the state in India in 2007. I was just a tourist and spent two weeks there. It was a corporative trip organized by the company where I worked as a...
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I kind of fell in love with Russia eventually!

Hey! I’m Polly Barks, a travel writer and English teacher. I’m originally from a small town in the USA but moved to Moscow, Russia in 2010. When I’m not writing for my blog or other publication, I love wandering through new parts of my city, sampling delicious cocktails, and obsessively...
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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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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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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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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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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...