- Planes disturbing the sunset
- A polite coffee
- Modern art exhibitions are so bad that even the “art” tries to run away
- The last sliver of sunlight
- Airport in Cluj-Napoca, Romania
- I will give a TEDx Talk on 12 September 2015
- Film Review: “Nebraska”
- Going into the Mountains in Iran
- Twitter share price below IPO price
- Easily Confused (9) Army Recruitment
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I have been living in this beautiful town in Transylvania for almost a year, yet hardly any of my foreign friends have visited me here. It’s not that they wouldn’t be interested, but it’s just too complicated to travel here … Continue reading
In the past two years, I have had the exact following conversation around 57 times: Someone: Where are you from? Me: I am originally from Germany, but … Someone: Oh, from Germany?!! There is this really funny video on YouTube … … Continue reading
“If the forest grows, the motherland will prosper” or something like this is written on this sign in Transnistria.
Someone: How are you? Me: Confused. Someone: Oh. I am sorry to hear that. Me: No, that’s OK. I am studying philosophy. When I first went to Israel on a youth exchange program, I stayed with a family in a small … Continue reading
Not least due to my FAQ on German citizenship law and my corresponding infographic on German citizenship law, which have established this blog as the no. 1 resource on the internet for questions on German citizenship, I receive a lot … Continue reading
No matter how terrible you have been, you can still get a street named after you. At least in Brindisi, Italy.
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