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There are good and bad people everywhere

What words do you know to describe someone who is not a German? That’s a tough question … well … I think it does not make any difference anymore…. we live in a very diverse world and when you mix people  😉 such questions should no longer be asked. There are...
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Arbeit and a better life

What words do you know to describe someone who is not a German? People who come to seek asylum – asylum seekers….immigrants… But the main point is that there are so many people who come here to seek asylum and very little of this people go to other countries… simply...
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Everyone has a migration background

What words do you know to describe someone who is not a German? Often in German we use “Ausländer” (foreigner – ed.) or just say “People with migration background”. I think the last word is problematic because everyone nowadays has a migration background. I don’t think that the borders are important....
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Questa Dolce Vita

My name is Jasmine and I’m a second generation Canadian from Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. I studied pharmacy and Italian before moving to Italy almost a year ago and am a self-professed travel junkie. Nowadays, I keep friends, family, and italophiles up-to-date with daily life in Italy as an expat on...
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Punctuality and being straightforward

What words do you know to describe someone who is not German? … you say foreigners… Maybe people who are not accustomed to our culture and sometimes have difficulties to see things from the German perspective…  I have a lot of friends who do not come from Germany and who have a...
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“Well-functioning” German social system

I am sitting at my table and don’t know where to begin. It is very difficult to describe my current feelings. To be honest, my soul is really overfilled with negative emotions and my head – with depressing thoughts. All because I became very disappointed with the country I idolized...
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We are outspoken

People should be open to new experiences, make the best out of life, go explore new countries, learn new languages… But it is also important to be open towards other cultures and people that come to your home country. It is important to put yourself in somebody’s shoes and to...
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Cheering language learners

Have you ever experienced a culture shock? Actually, yes – in the US. I know the US is rather similar to Germany but despite that it is somehow different. The people are different… it is very superficial. I asked myself if I should say something at all about myself in a...
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From Beijing to Freiburg

I am Yuanting Wang, 27 years old from Beijing, China. I did my Masters in Developmental Biology at Chinese Academy of Sciences. I moved to Germany a year ago for my PhD studies. Why did you decide to come to Germany? I love European nations, they are small yet so...
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Absolutely, Germany!

My name is Ismail and I was born and raised in Algeria. While I was in Algeria I wanted to go outside and see the world, so I registered for a Master’s Degree in France and moved there. Later I found a job in a German start-up and moved to...
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Germany does not feel any different

My name is Madhuri, I am 25 years old and I originally come from Bengaluru, south of India. I came to Germany to do my Master’s in Molecular Life Science at the University of Jena. I am in Freiburg now to work on my Master’s thesis. This was the first...
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Gone on holiday. Back in September!

Dear multicoolties, Holidays are holidays 😉 and various countries are waiting for us. Thank you for being with us! We are so grateful to all of you who make up the loyal community of multicoolty readers to whom we are connected! We will be back in September, until then, enjoy the summer!!!
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Bienvenue Multicoolty France

We are expanding our multicoolty family once again this year and launching Multicoolty France! And we want you to be part of it! The idea of Multicoolty France was born simply because… France, just like Germany, Italy and many other European countries, is becoming increasingly multicultural and global! We will provide...
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I always wanted to go to Germany anyway

My name is Ying, I was born in Taiwan, but raised in Argentina and in the USA. I have been living in Germany for more than 5 years now. I hold a double Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration and Languages and a Master’s Degree from the University of Göttingen in...
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Aletchko Paganini Klezmer

Great friends of multicoolty Alexey Kochetkov aka Aletchko – a russian-israeli violinist living in Berlin and his trio recently released a new awesome video. This video was shooted in Bonobo Bar at the legendary “Green House” in Berlin. The atmosphere at the place fits perfectly the idea of the “Paganini-Klezmer” meddley as a musical piece. Keep up the...
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It is safe here

I come from Serbia. I escaped from the war many many years ago… I lost my son and husband at war. It’s nice and quite in Germany. This is my home now. It is safe…
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Two for one deal

I’m a former globe-trotting backpacker who lived in a work-travel-work-travel cycle for 5/6 years before eventually putting on the brakes in Germany.  I originally lived in Hamburg for 2 years but I never really settled in the Hansestadt and so eventually moved to Italy. In 2013 I came back, but...
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