Review | BlacKkKlansman

Having accepted to be a grandma when it comes down to social activities, you most probably won’t see me at a bar, going out or anything. This rarely happens, because once the clock hits midnight, this granny needs to sleep. So my weekends are usually packed with working out, coffee,…

Best of Berlin

Berlin. A city that sparkles and inherits visible artifacts from its history. A place that is large in its a-typical urban construction, allowing you to endlessly wander around on foot or by bike. This city has some treasures worth sharing and a vibe that is relaxed and worth exploring yourself.…

Vegan carrot cake

I am not your average baker. A few times a year I crave something special and take the time to bake it. But other than that, I am more of a savoury cooking person and sweet cheater. :) Nevertheless, you could basically wake me up at night for this one:…

Interview | Theatre as a tool to talk

Twenty-five year olds Sierra and Olivia are from the United States and work in the United Kingdom as theatre makers. Their theatre company believes in support for immigrants by immigrants, focusing specifically on international students and refugees. “Through theatre, we hope to provide safe spaces for people to collaborate, communicate…

China: flipping the (non)-interfering coin

Africa as a natural resource rich continent has attracted many non-African states to invest and trade. Both Western countries and China have been engaged in Africa for centuries (Dorman, 2014). However, there have been significant differences in terms of approach. Western diplomacy is characterised by interfering with the alter nation’s…
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