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The Role of German Art

Today Guarav Kedia will be taking over the Young Germany blog to tell you a little bit about his experiences here. He initially came to Germany to do a short intership–or so he thought.  But after working at the University of Stuttgart, he decided to stay and began a MSc degree program. Read more about [...]

By | October 27th, 2015|Art, Expat Life, General, Living in Germany|Comments Off on The Role of German Art

Wanderlust: Traveling Through Germany

Photo (cc) flickr user Neil Krug “Life is a book and those who have not travelled have read only a page.” I couldn't unfold this saying of Saint Augustine unless I stepped out to the foreign soil. I knew my country and my culture—it was a part of my life—but I never really [...]

By | July 27th, 2012|General, Travel in Germany|3 Comments

How I Learned to Love German Cuisine

Germany is known for its vast bread selection. Photo (cc) flickr user david__jones The following post is YG guest blogger Guarav Kedia.  Check out his perspective on German cuisine. My last blog described my experience with German language. Learning German was fun, but still I wasn’t very aware of the language, and I [...]

By | May 31st, 2012|Food, General, German Culture, Living in Germany|Comments Off on How I Learned to Love German Cuisine

Thoughts on Learning German

"The limits of my language means the limits of my world."  Ludwig Wittgenstein was completely correct in this statement, if I ponder back and realize the feeling of illiteracy I experienced during after my initial stay in Germany. In order to explore foreign soil, it is important to know the local language. My [...]

By | March 26th, 2012|General, The German Language|3 Comments

Next stop: Märchenland, Deutschland

After finishing my studies, Germany was just a stepping stone for me to do internship and thereafter head to my destination USA for higher studies. At that moment, I was unaware of the fact that soon Germany was going to give me almost everything that I desired. It enriched every spectrum of my [...]

By | March 25th, 2011|General, Travel in Germany|7 Comments