The French

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What do non-Europeans think of Europe?

Have you ever wondered what people think of your country and culture? What about your whole continent? 🙂 Here’s what happened when a group of people originating from 7 different European countries tried to figure it out: what does brand “Europe” stand for? Meet “Brand New Europe“: non-Europeans know the answer.
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A late registration

Here in Germany you have to register yourself in the city you are living in. After two years I thought: “OK, I’ll do it.” I arrived in the city hall and announced to the official there that I would like to register myself after two years. He was speechless… totally...
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A typical feature of Berlin

I come from Paris, France. Now I live in Berlin since more than six years already. How would you describe your life in Germany? Pleasant, comfortable. Maybe it is a typical feature of Berlin, but everybody finds their place here, everybody can follow their own path. The everyday life is...
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Stars in the sky of Berlin

I was visiting my dad in Strasbourg when the Berlin Wall fell. He saw it on TV and recognised it as a historical moment right away. He took me and my two sisters, started the car and drove straight to Berlin with us. I was four years old back then....