Tag Archives: Berlin

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You can be whoever you want to be

In Berlin you are free, you can be whoever you want to be. There are clearly less barriers and you’re at least given a chance to try out something new. There are not so many prewritten social conventions and many different ways of life are widely accepted. As you have...
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Geordie Little Music

My name is Geordie Little and I am a percussive acoustic guitarist originally from Australia. What brings you to Germany? I came to Berlin for a holiday at the end of 2011 and was supposed to go back to Australia to finish Uni. But while I was here I fell...
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Building fences is not a solution

My name is Julia and, though I’m German, my husband keeps telling me that I’m more French since I was born on the “left side of Rhine river” in Palatinate. I lived in Berlin for five years and now I’m living in Brandenburg where you can still sense the differences...
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Being on the move is probably in my DNA

Hello! My name is Julia, I am 25. Korean born, Kazakh raised, I studied in the UK and since November last year I am based in Berlin.The history of my family spreads across the Northern hemisphere… Long story short, I am a descendant of Korean migrants originating from the Jeju...
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What more can you ask for from a big city?!

My name is Andrey and i am originally from Moscow (Russian Federation). I only moved to Berlin over a year ago due to my new job in automative industry. I studied English and German at school, that helped initially 😉 Berlin is a very green city, you feel it the moment...
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Learning language is a must!

My name is Ronak Gandhi, I grew up in Junagadh, India but moved to Australia in 2008 to do my degree. After finishing my degree I liked Australia so much that I lived there for few more years till 2013 working and travelling. I arrived in Germany (TU Chemnitz) in...
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Cantunera

What you are about to read here is an interview with Pierluigi Virelli – an Italian musician from “Cantunera” – agro-pastoral musical world from Calabria. I had an opportunity to chat with Pierluigi via Skype about his music, the band and a bit about his life in Berlin. How it...
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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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A lot depends on the sense of taste

My name is Anatolij Pickmann, I was born in Odessa, Ukraine, and currently live in Berlin. I am a professional freelance illustrator since 2009; usually do various illustrations and drawings for German and international PR companies. I came to Germany when I was 14 years, actually I did not have...
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It is a complete necessity!

Do you still feel yourself Russian? I get this question a lot… simply because I moved to Germany very young…I actually went to the kindergarten and school in Russia… I identify myself as being Russian in Germany, for example, if there is something about Russia in the news, I am...
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Musician full-time

You know, my composition teacher actually once told me: “Your way of composing music sounds very German…. you are composing some very structured German flamenco.” Cristian Varas  Musician full-time Why would anyone decide to quit a good job of an IT professional nowadays? Why would anyone want to quit the...
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Entrepreneurial spirit

We are Tanja and Tanja – very easy to remember. But it is Tanja with a J., not Tanya or Tania. Tanja and I met during a trade show in Hamburg in 2013. We started talking, and it somehow felt as if we had known each other for years. It...
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Freedom of dance in Germany

But frankly, living in Berlin is not so different as living in Seoul or any other big city. Wooguru  Freedom of dance in Germany I have never met Woooguru in person, Dario-Jacopo Laganà, an Italian photographer in Berlin, also featured on multicoolty, introduced me to him via email. He said:...
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Elephant in Berlin

We photographers are watching the world from a different perspective, we have no ideological or cultural backgrounds, we have nothing to face or regret, we don’t say what is good or bad, we just watch and capture the moment. Dario-Jacopo Laganà  Elephant in Berlin Unsurprising to many, Berlin is home...
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