DIPAT’s road to success is fraught with the tough, heartbreaking stories and realities that justify its existence in the first place. Our second LeipGlo Botcast explores this through a very frank, informative and personal interview with a young doctor who has enthusiastically worked as a volunteer in the startup.
Coming to Leipzig is rather easy – staying, not so much. A heartbreaking story involving an intercultural couple, unpaid pension fund fees and the Ausländerbehörde.
Many expats seek out the chance to teach English in Leipzig, but now it’s getting trickier. Andréanne Roy, inlingua’s Director of Studies, shares essential tips, links, and a checklist to make the trek a bit easier.
Their legacy tends to be, at best, an irritation and nasty mark that fade off after a bit, and at worst the loss of real friendships and lifelines.
“It was funny at times, sad at others, and overwhelmingly encouraging for us all to share our experiences as if we were all friends who haven’t met in a while.” Join in at the next Smut Slam in Leipzig, 11 April @ Noch Besser Leben.
Reflecting on his Camino de Santiago journey, our guest columnist makes his case on staying open to change – and constant movement in our daily lives.