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Make a move!

In: Anna Subich

30 Jun 2014

Do you have nightmares? Have you lost your appetite? Do you rush at people for no reason? Let me guess: you are an international student and you are about to move. As another school year is coming to an end, both the international and the Dutch disciples of Erasmus University – bread and butter for […]

And again on the benefits of dwelling in the Netherlands: it is a home to many cultural institutions and NGO’s. They aim to alleviate the plight of the other 6 milliard people who are not lucky enough to be born in these parts of the world.   Based in Amsterdam, the World Press Photo foundation […]

What I particularly love and respect about the Dutch people is their ability to quickly undress. The weather in the Netherlands is miserable all the year round, with strong icy winds during the winter and torrential rains over summer. There isn’t a “marvelous sunny morning” somewhere in April when you can triumphantly stuff all your […]

FREEBEES

In: Anna Subich

8 Apr 2014

How to live in Rotterdam without money Let’s be honest: Rotterdam is not a paradise for freebees lovers. The weather is dispiriting for three seasons out of four and high life is costly all the year round – the two reasons why students so often end up with a bowl of spaghettis in front of […]

A short  guide to mimicry Hey, I am Anna, one of those international students, who came to the Netherlands, holding a romantic image of fachwerk houses and “grachts” in the head, but was almost hit by a bike when I stuck my nose out of the house for the first time and felt on the […]


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