Tag Archives: discrimination

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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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Right to live and think

My name is Mare. I’m from Estonia and I moved abroad about four years ago. If I think back, I even didn’t know then why I had to move – I just felt that it’s time to go. Don’t get me wrong: I do love my country and it will...
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Ignore the differences

I am a war veteran and have seen genocides and other atrocities… This burdens me a lot and I simply do not understand why people are discriminated based on their origin, treated differently based on their culture or different eating habits or even different taste of music… I cannot comprehend...
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Emphasis on simple living

My name is Deanna and I am American who is basically from Las Vegas, Nevada. I say “basically” because I was born in Las Vegas, grew up in Texas, returned to Las Vegas where I lived for another 12 years, moved to Germany for 2 years, moved to Indiana for...