“Colombia – more than drugs & cocaine!”

Interview with Eric from Colombia   Which country do you consider to be your country? That´s a difficult question, if you are asking for a specific country. Because I think the experiences I have in living abroad in another country are also part of my life. So for me it´s difficult to say I am … Continue reading “Colombia – more than drugs & cocaine!”

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“Poland is not Russia!”

Interview with Anita from Poland   Which country would you consider to be your country? I think that Spain is my country. I feel better in Spain than in Poland. Because of the people, because of the weather and the sun. I really love it. When I walk I love the smell of coffee in … Continue reading “Poland is not Russia!”

“We´re all fat and have guns?”

Interview with Britney from the USA Which country would you consider to be your country? My country is definitely the United States of America. I was born and raised there and even though I have travelled to many countries now I still feel unfairly the sense of nationality there, because it was just what I … Continue reading “We´re all fat and have guns?”

“What? You have a computer?”

Interview with a girl from Tunisia Which country do you consider to be your country? Actually, I can´t respond to that directly because I consider both, Tunisia and Turkey, to be my countries. I was born in Tunisia, but I lived in Turkey for two years and I know their culture very well. People would … Continue reading “What? You have a computer?”

“The Catalan Society is broken today”

Interview with a Spaniard Which country do you consider to be your country? Well, I was born in Spain, but I don´t like to say I´m from here and only from here. I think we are all part of the world. Our DNI is all the same. Of course, on our passports, there is a … Continue reading “The Catalan Society is broken today”

“Brazilians work a lot harder than Europeans”

Interview with a Brazilian Which country do you consider to be your country? I would still consider Brazil to be my country as I lived pretty much 95% of my life there. I grew up there and the way I act, the things I eat, the way I think is very related to Brazil still. … Continue reading “Brazilians work a lot harder than Europeans”