“When I came to Leipzig five years ago for university, I immediately fell in love with the city… in order not to have to leave in search of a ‘proper’ job after finishing my studies, I decided to take matters into my own hands; I dug out my old dream of starting a caf√©.”
“It’s pretty obvious that technology evolves, rather than going backwards. For this reason, it’s likely a bad idea to look at it as an enemy that should be defeated.”
With about 600 visitors and 28 exhibiting companies, the very first LeipGlo Job Fair was able to bring local employers and global talent closer. Read more for lots of statistics and all the love, and tough love, of visitors and exhibitors. #BeABiggerDot
Part 4 of our German series on local-based artists: “Lena Inosemzewa stellt uns Kindertage hinter verwischten Scheiben vor. Scheinbar ungewollte Flecken, Tupfen und Tropfen bilden hier eine Patina, ein Gegengewicht zur erinnerten Zeit.”
“It’s like trying to play frisbee with someone who is trying to play checkers.” In this series, Blossom Foster addresses key aspects of getting along in German culture, focusing on some pet peeves of internationals as well as typical points of misunderstanding and frustration.
Leipzig elements woven into a tapestry pattern of a Germanophile literary reader ‚Äď a maze of well-combined imagery.