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Frankfurt

Let’s add some bubbles to the tea!

A while ago I was in Berlin for a weekend and I got introduced to Bubble Tea. I had never heard of it before but was very curious to find out what it actually was. Apparently this is something very common in the US, whereas here people don’t really know about it. The shop in … Continue reading »

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Rain and Flood

Rain and flood everywhere in the world at the moment. I was shocked seeing the photos and videos and reading the stories behind the flood happening in Australia. Friends lived in Brisbane only a year ago for their semester abroad. This seems so unreal what is going on. People losing their homes, people losing their … Continue reading »

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Dim Sum in Frankfurt?!

Today, I was having lunch with my friend Nina. She took me to coa, an Asian restaurant in Schillerstra├če 4 in Frankfurt near the stock exchange. She goes there quite often and was surprised I had never heard of it – it is a little farther from my work place than hers. It has a … Continue reading »

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Autumn

The days are getting shorter and colder. There is almost a difference of 20 degrees between night and day time and I’m sleeping with two blankets since this week started. Every morning I get the feeling that autumn is coming closer, but then during the day summer still reminds me that it doesn’t go away … Continue reading »

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I’m German, ain’t I?

I devoted this whole weekend including Friday and Monday to my Bachelor Thesis.On Friday I went to the old and to the new library at the Goethe university but they had absolutely no book I was looking for – even though my professor told me their library would be much better than that of our … Continue reading »

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