Living the bike life in Münster
They say you should never stop learning and, at the beginning of your experience as an international student, the amount of information you receive could get even the best of us dazed and confused. From the different language to all the documents you have to get signed, from the new places around you to new […]
All Asian people aren’t Chinese…
The new semester is about to start in 1 week and I think it’s a good time to introduce myself (officially) and tell you a short story about the common stereotypes of Asian I’ve experienced while I live in Germany. Hello everyone, my name is Naritsara Khlangsombat, I’m 21 years old and I study Chemistry at […]
A Day in the Life of a ‘Pendler’
5:05am: Alarm Rings. Turn over ,,it’s time to get up’’. But oh, to get up in this October cold is an ordeal. Sets alarm for after 10 more minutes. 5:15am: Alarm rings. ,,Have to get up’’. The train leaves at 6:06am. 5:47am: Be out of the door (somehow) to take the Straßenbahn (Tram) at  5:51am. The […]
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