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Blog: Door-to-door religion marketing
Going door to door to spread the gospel? This is new to blogger Mary Shrestha from Nepal.
Blog: New Year’s eve in Vienna
Blogger Mary Shrestha celebrates Christmas and December in Vienna. There she finally experiences how real snow feels.
Blog: Money pressure from friends' weddings
Posts of wedding ceremonies are recently dominating the page of my WeChat, the Chinese Facebook. I notice the weddings are getting more ostentatious.
Blog: New Year’s Eve with gehaktballen
No oliebollen and no fireworks this year. So how did I celebrate New Year’s Eve in a Dutch way in Beijing? Gehaktballen were the answer.
Blog: Annoying OV chip card
In the first weeks of my stay in Vienna, I was surprised how much I missed riding a bike in Wageningen. Now I wonder if it was a habit to ride a bike or an obligation due to expens...
Blog: Meeting Professor Fresco in Beijing
On December 2nd, I attended the Wageningen Alumni Event in Beijing. It was my honor to hear the speech presented by Prof. Louise Fresco, the newly-appointed President of the Execut...
Blog: The Wageningen dress-code
After staying in Vienna for a month, I realise I have flown from a farmer’s sustainable simple town to a crowded yet stylish city. This perception is mostly dominated by the chang...
Blog: Piet out of proportion
Even if you've lived in the Netherlands for a short time, you must have heard about Sintaklaas and his helper, Zwarte Piet. In the past 4 years, this Dutch children's tradition has...
Blog: the UN dream
Every person has a dream. Mine is to do an internship at the United Nations. And this one big wish has become a reality.
Blog: On a board
Many Dutch students like to join a students’ association board beside their studies, or even full-time. I know many international students who don’t understand this choice, as it t...