Oh, how I love watching my Leipzig grow and flourish. Today I want to tell you about some of Leipzigâ€™s most exciting contemporary construction projects.
How do you turn the desire to debunk stereotypes (in this case, about African countries and peoples) into a business idea?
“I have gotten the chance to meet and work with great artists, participate in amazing events, and experience things Iâ€™d never ever dreamed of. I’ve played at unofficial underground parties and at well-equipped festivals, in an old castle and in a modern style bar, in front of three and in front of 300+ people, at night and at daytime.”
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This is the real problem: The desire (or lack thereof) to be engaged in a process of integration is tempered by the prospect of people who look different from us, who are non-European and have a different religion.
We can live out our 90s obsession, hang out with some wild-hearted folks while watching live performances, and/or see (probably) an old guy with a big belly and red suit arrive at the train station (also a 90s child, but wearing a fake white beard?). All in the same 7-day period.