The Estonians

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Right to live and think

My name is Mare. I’m from Estonia and I moved abroad about four years ago. If I think back, I even didn’t know then why I had to move – I just felt that it’s time to go. Don’t get me wrong: I do love my country and it will...
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Chanting for East Germany

Back in the 1980s I had pen pals in East Germany. I was studying German at the university and that was the only way for Soviet citizens to practice the language with native speakers. In 1989 the Soviet Union travelling regulations got looser and I finally had the possibility to...
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Season’s Greetings

Warm wishes for Christmas and New Year from Inga, Eve, Nasima and our expat dog Buddy! We are on a multicoolty-break for the next couple of weeks, enjoying our home countries! See you next year!
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Actually it is even better

What’s the best part of this project Inga? It’s definitely meeting the people and hearing their stories. We have noticed pretty quickly that stories never get boring! Some people are surprised at the questions when we approach them, but then they open up. There are amazing… amazing things coming out...
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Time to celebrate!

Exactly one year ago, on the 9th of October 2013, Multicoolty was created! This week will be dedicated to our very first anniversary: You’ll have the chance to take a sneak peek behind the scenes and we’ll reveal our stories of meeting the multicoolties out there. Happy Birthday and enjoy! 😉
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Friends for life

My name is Ingrid. I lived in Germany for two and a half years: first in Berlin and then two years in Düsseldorf. Now I’m back in Estonia, but I do feel that a part of me still lives here in Germany in my memories. For me the best part...
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Friendly people

What can I say, Germans are friendly and kind people – especially during the Karneval time. Compared to Estonia… people are everywhere more cheerful than in Estonia. Can I quote you on that? If you want. It’s true.
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Hermann Hesse and his genius

Life has somehow always taken me to Germany. I started to learn German in the school and during the high school years I was an exchange student. At that time it wasn’t very common in Estonia. I feel at home in Germany. I understand the system. I have friends over...