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Exploring Taipei: Ximending

I am finally back in Taipei! :) and I couldn't be happier. And since I have been asked last year to share my favourite spots in Taipei but I never got around it, I decided this time to write my kind of guides, with my personal stories about…
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I graduated! About my Asian parents, background and our chances

Yesterday was Graduation Day for me 👩🏻‍🎓! And on that occasion, I wrote my parents and thanked them for everything they did for me. You can't imagine the sacrifices they made, the love and support they give me to grow into the…
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Danes don't really date (neither do most people now)

So upfront, this is based on my own or my friend's experiences and do not reflect the entire population of one country or nation, etc. I just got inspired the other day when my friend Olivia came to the Open Days at Copenhagen Business School…
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My summer language course (Copenhagen Business Confucius Institute: International Summer School at Renmin University)

Last July I was lucky to stay in Beijing 4 weeks and attend the Copenhagen Business Confucius Institute (CBCI)- International Summer School at Renmin University, one of the most renowned university in Beijing. Before the scholarship, I have…
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Are you a doctor yet? - The Asian pressure of success

“Are you a doctor yet?” Everyone knows that joke and meme right? - So, what's behind it? For the past months, I got in touch more often with people who feel the pressure of succeeding in their career, studies or family planning.…
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The Philippines – how safe is it to travel around there (with some travel tips and costs)

Happy New Year! 💖 Some of you might have the Philippines on your bucket list for 2018 but wonder how safe it is to travel. Here are my personal experiences with pieces of advice and costs for tours, so you can plan your trip  :) In the…
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How I can afford traveling 10 countries this year (and so can you) - My 2017 Recap and 2018 New Years Resolution

I got asked this question so many times in person, on Instagram or Facebook: "Tuni.. you are a student, how can you afford to travel all the time?" First of all, I do not travel full-time but am a full-time Bachelor student and also, none of…
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My life in Taiwan – compared to Taiwanese dramas

It's Single's day soon (11th November or 11/11 - where all the 1's represent how freaking lonely we all are), therefore I thought about writing an uplifting post about Taiwanese love dramas. Well, they aren't really the best thing to watch when…
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The feeling of belonging somewhere (or nowhere)

Since I am abroad, the question "Where are you from" has been asked quite a number of times - and it's totally fine. It's even okay when people look at me like I am a straight liar when I answer that I am German. Also, it's okay to be confused,…
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Visit Jakarta in 2 days (and how safe is it to travel there as a girl)?

Last month, my friend Mette and I traveled to Jakarta with no expectations or actual idea what to do in the city. We googled around and found some things to do and see but just a little information about how Jakarta is really like. And on top…