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Part II The Balkans – “WATCH! THINGS GET STOLEN” BULGARIANS – “which are in reality Gypsies and Turks and Tatars, but all other Slavs are Bulgarians” “Tell me what you eat and I’ll tell you how to go to the hospital.” – Tourist point of view on Bulgarian cuisine You know you are Bulgarian when: 1. You’re married with kids and your mother still insists on cooking for you. 2. You sport the latest Nike and Adidas outfits but have

Retailing dreams: Or why I’m not moving yet to Germany.

5nd of Nov, 2010 (food for thought): The closer you are of achieving smth, the stressed you are you’re not doing it right, and because of that, I think I’m just trying too hard to find the perfect country to move to. It’s not like I’m going to find a serious, hard-working, not buzzing in your business nation that will adopt me. Or will I? I’d like a country where I can be financially secure. I’m not afraid of working

Being a tourist in Germany: Ruhr area

Do you know that feeling when you visit a new country? All the emotions, the expectations and the plans that you make for spending a great time there? Oh well, this is the same old story… or not. Why is it different? Because Germany is different, because it is a country where everything is happenning different from a region to another. As an example, even the education system is different in each area. The country is different even though each

Intercultural night, 07 November 2010

Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Estonia, Germany, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia and their customs: all together on Sunday night. We had a great time, we learnt weird Czech words and danced on Polish music. At last, we were really lucky sharing the same table with the Portugals, cause we could eat round cheese and all the olives they got. Do not forget about the German big stuff, called HARIBO – I freaked them out, sorry guys! – It was interesting to: •   

To be Bologna or not to be Bologna?

In the last months a hot topic has been debated over and over again not only between students but also between the academic bodies. It seems that in Germany this reform has not been taken so easily mainly by students and companies, who are making hard differences between people studying in the new system. Strikes have overwhelmed Germany and a consensus seems far away. I give below the word to one active member of the academic bodies here in Germany

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