The Turkish

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My home is my castle

I have lived in Germany for 39 years. My parents brought me here when I was eight years old. I went straight to the second grade, although I did not speak even one word of German!  I didn’t understand a lot of things, everything was confusing and different. Everything! I...
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It’s more than just a job

I met my wife in Antalya, Turkey. She tried to convince me for more than three years to move to Germany with her. I started learning German only at the age of 35 and simply because she really put pressure on me. Finally she managed to convince me: I thought why not...
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Tips to better Baklava

 It used to be women who cooked the very thin dough for baklava from morning till night, today only men sit on the floor and make the dough for the traditional Turkish sweets and women do other things like cleaning or cooking salty dishes.
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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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