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No pains, no gains

Good morning, world! I am Josefine and I have been in Germany since 21 years already. I reside in a small town Frankethal. It is located in the south-west part of Germany (Pfalz), where the weather is always nice and the nature is simply magnificent. All these things remind me of my motherland....
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Work hard and you will achieve your goals

Hello there, my name is Dzevad. I come from a country that does not exist anymore – Yugoslavia and I speak the language that can be considered as politically incorrect – Serbo-Croatian. I was born in Peć, which is situated in Kosovo now, earlier it was Serbia. I came to Germany in...
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The paperwork would be a lot easier, though!

I am Elizabeth, an American mother of two adult children and wife of a Swabian German whose mother is from northern England. I started learning German in the 8th grade and in 11th grade lived for six months as an exchange student with a wonderful family in Esslingen, Germany, the...
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Мультикульти – это Берлин

Меня зовут Фарида, мне 30 лет. Я переехала в Германию из Казани 12 лет назад. Дома я учила германистику и, когда подвернулась возможность поехать по программе Au-Pair на год в Германию, я ей воспользовалась. Так я оказалась в BaWü (Карлсруе и Хайдельберг). После года работы няней, я поступила в университет...
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Breakfast with Sam

Sam Carter isn’t just like many young chefs in Cologne. Sam is 31. He hails from King’s Lynn, England. He developed a late love for food and began cooking in Vancouver only about 7 years ago. He never actually went to a culinary school, but happens to work professionally as...
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Multicoolty auf Deutsch

Multicoolty ist jetzt auch auf Deutsch! Wir freuen uns immer auf Ihr Feedback! Ihre Meinung ist uns sehr wichtig!! Fragen? Kritik? Empfehlungen? Wir hören gern von Ihnen.
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The German Dream

Hello, my name is Natalja, I am from sunny Krasnodar. Have you ever heard of this city? Exactly 😉  Sochi, which became famous for the Olympic Games in 2014, is located in Krasnodar Krai. I came to Germany to get my Master’s Degree in Linguistics at Humboldt University of Berlin. If you...
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Enjoy every second of life

My name is Dawn Marie Lemke and I am originally from Davao City, Philippines, currently residing in Bremerhaven, Germany. I am an undergraduate of the Hotel and Restaurant Management and my hobbies are traditional motion animation, cooking asian foods and taking artistic photos. I am married to a German guy and...
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World spirit

My name is Kristen, and I’m from the Maryland/Virginia area of the U.S.A. I moved to Germany about three years ago after my (American) husband said he’d been offered a job with a small German company. I was just finishing up a post-graduate degree in teaching, and was looking for...
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I want to inspire people and Germany!

My name is Liubov Lyubinskaya (Luba in short) and I am originally from Moldavia, currently settled in a fantastic city of Berlin. I like to call myself a hybrid artist: an actress, a model, a creative director and a singer. In 1993 during the civil war in my home country,...
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Multicoolty Hollywood

Now what is the best movie you’ve watched that talks about intercultural misunderstandings and cross-cultural differences? Here is a list of our favourite intercultural movies that you might want to add to your must watch list! Can you share yours? 1. My big fat Greek wedding, 2002 2. Lost in Translation,...
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Living as Global Citizens

My name is Melani and I have been living in Germany for already 5 years. I’m from Quito, Ecuador. I came here for my master’s studies at the University of Freiburg, and after obtaining my degree I married my long-time German boyfriend. Now we live and work in the big Frankfurt...
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My second home

Hello there, my name is Marina. Originally, I come from Maykop – the capital city of the Republic of Adygea, Russia. It is a very peaceful place, where the sun shines almost all year round and it never rains. Probably, that’s why I am always so cheerful, easy-going and actually...
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Germans are my type of people

My name is Soheon Kim, I am 24 year old and I am from South Korea. I finished my Bachelor’s degree in one of the best universities there, with a major in Western history and minor in journalism. But even with such a notorious university and a couple of internships I was not...
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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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Absolutely enriching

Positive aspects of multiculturalism stay more and more in the background and public debates concentrate predominantly on immigration, its economic advantages and disadvantages and movements against foreign influences. In the light of that, I think that one should talk more about multiculturalism in our society, especially about the advantages multiculturalism brings...
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There is always something to see and do

My name is Meredith and I am from Vancouver in British Columbia, Canada. After five and a half years of being in a long distance relationship, I moved to Germany in 2013 to join my German fiancé. After living so many years apart, we are now happy to be married...
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Food hero

My name is Margaret and I am professional chef, originally from Malaysia. Before I got married to a German man and moved to Germany, I had worked in many countries – Singapore, Russia, England, Australia… I have always loved cooking. I tried to work in an office once, but I...
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Integration experience

My integration experience is perhaps a little different than for many people who move to Germany. You see, in the beginning I did not really need to integrate into the German society. I was studying in an international university and pretty much everyone around me, from other students to the...
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