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How far are you willing to go?

My name is Anastasia Valeeva and I’m a journalist from Russia. There are several reasons why I decided to move to Germany. I had already studied in Europe before. I visited the CFPJ (Centre de Formation et Perfectionnement des Journalistes) as an exchange student, while I was studying at the Moscow...
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Window to the world

My name is Roberta, I am 36 years old and live in Germany. My roots are in Sicily, but over the years I loved wandering around Italy. I lived several years in Milan and spent three years in Tuscany between the massive fields of sunflowers! I studied exact sciences at school...
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Enjoy Cologne!

My name is Alessandro Ottaviani, I am Italian from a small town called Potenza Picena in the center of Italy. I studied Mechanical Engineering in Ancona and took Master’s Degree in 2008. In 2009 I moved to Florence to work for General Electric – a big plant with more than 4000...
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A journey of an Italian dog Amu

It is very hard to be old and live in a society that is crazy about the newest trends. This idea has been seen very often on people and also on technological items. Yet, what not many people consider is how even pets can struggle their way to society, when...
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I am happy to have an insider at home!

My name is Maria and I originally come from a town called Kirovo-Chepetzk in Russia. I came to Germany almost nine years ago and stayed for good. I am currently finishing my Master’s Degree in Linguistics at Humboldt University in Berlin. My husband is German and he helped me a...
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Three Dimensions of Integration

Immigrant integration and identity can be very personal subjects and not everyone wishes for their views and experiences to be made public. Though all the stories in this interview are true, names and some cities have been changed to protect the artist’s identity, per his request.
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I am more comfortable here then in the States

My name is Janice Harrington. I am a singer of Jazz, Blues and Gospel, producer and actress. I am an American, but I currently reside in the quaint city of Lüneburg, Germany, with my German husband, the talented trombone player and piano-builder Werner Guertler. My international career began in 1969 with tours for the USO...
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Nothing is new to me anymore

My name is Maria Gracia, originally from Ecuador and I came to Germany already a couple of yours ago to study. There are many things that I both like and dislike in Germany. I like, for example, that the education level is really high and you can learn many things….you can...
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The Migrant Eye

Our new collaborator Nasima Akaloo introduces a fresh section on multicoolty called “The Migrant Eye”: Commentaries, criticism, news, analysis, interviews… this is what you can expect from ‘The Migrant Eye’. Living abroad allows you to play with the ‘double-vision’ of being both an insider and outsider. It is in this...
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Lifestyle-Markt Tour

It’s time for another multicoolty tour along the Rhein river! Lifestyle-Markt Multicoolty tour  Lifestyle-Markt Tour   Our second flea market tour in Cologne……..October’s flea market at Rheinauhafen was called Lifestyle-Markt and was for anyone interested in Fashion, Jewellers, Arts and Design. Oil paintings, old handbags, particular jewellery and accessories, old and...
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Citizen of the World

My name is Simona Luddeni and I come from Aosta Valley – a small but very nice region in the North of Italy. My parents are actually from Calabria, and I was born in Aosta, but in reality, I have never felt to belong to anything except myself! “Citizen of...
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An escape route

My name is Lori, short for Lorelei. Back in March 2012, I quit my job and did some soul searching. I am originally from California and at that time I was living in Montana and was now looking for an escape route. Within three weeks, I decided I was going...
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The Taxi Driver

Had I hopped into Orhan’s taxi en route to the airport, I likely would’ve assumed he was Turkish and left it at that. He might have asked me where I was flying to and I might have commented on the weather. He would’ve pulled my suitcase out of the trunk...
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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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La cosa piu’ bella di Multicoolty

La cosa piu’ bella del nostro progetto e’ incontrare cosi’ tanta gente da ogni parte del mondo e ognuno con una storia diversa. Un giorno incontri un minatore dal Kazakistan, un’altro giorno un fotografo italiano o un ballerino coreano, un jazzista Americano, un ragazzo dal Togo mentre pulisce I marciapiedi…...
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