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Career, new friends & beer: look right here

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Come check out the career and social scene at the LeipGlo Job Fair.
Come check out the career and social scene at the LeipGlo Job Fair.

Whether you’re looking for a job, or just want to meet new business contacts and even potential friends over a beer (or soft drink), the Leipzig Glocal Job Fair is the place to be. Tue, 13 Nov, at WERK 2 – all day long, baby!

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Bridges of (Com)passion: hair & heart

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Hair & heart at Mevlounge. (Public domain photo)
Hair & heart at Mevlounge. (Public domain photo)

“We choose a hairdresser with the same meticulousness as we choose a GP or a therapist – a quest as thorough as it is intimate. It took me ten years of life in Leipzig to find such a sorceress.”

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Intro: Leipzig, the “New Economy” hub

in #TechTavern/Glocal/My Leipzig
Irakli Shubitidze, one of the bright students at Code Camp Leipzig
Irakli Shubitidze, one of the students at Code Camp Leipzig. (Photo courtesy of Taylor Harvey)

In this series, our #TechTavern columnist would like to make the case “that Leipzig could be destined for more than a reboot of Silicon Valley, that it can help lead the way towards a more humane future.”

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Bridges of (Com)passion: fuel for creatives

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    © Greenline Tankstelle Mockau
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    © Greenline Tankstelle Mockau

Go in for gas… come out with your own novel? #DoItInMockau

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Janelas no Purgatório: essay in Portuguese

in Glocal/Philosophies
Janelas à mudança.
Janelas à mudança.

Quem de nós “expatriados” não se lembra do momento que decidiu jogar tudo pro alto e se mandar? Mesmo que tenha demorado um pouco entre a decisão e a ação…

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Bridges of (Com)passion: Canada in Leipzig

in Glocal/My Leipzig/Philosophies
How do Canada and Germany differ culturally?

Bi-cultural seesaw: How do Canadian and German cultures compare, in the eyes of a Leipzig-based Canadian with Anglo-German background?

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