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Size doesn’t matter. Or does it?
Did you know: a baby kangaroo is called a joey and the kangaroo pouch marsupium? The official animal of Lüneburg is the wild boar, but for me, the city is like a kangaroo, and Leuphana a marsupium. Warm, safe, nurturing, though maybe overlooked, underestimated and -appreciated at first. The city and university have more to […]
Spring!
I am not sure if it is an interesting coincidence or the ambiguity of the word “spring” was actually inspired by Mother Nature’s spirit in this time of the year. It is this one time of the year, after a long while of just white and grey and cold blue shade, everything is covered in […]
Year of the Pandemic in Germany
Hi friends! It’s been a while. I’ve been off from this blog for a while because of my heavy school workload and little bit of burnout. In this post, I would like to talk about what I learned while studying abroad in Germany since the beginning of pandemic that completely changed all our lives. I […]
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