Arts & Culture

Arts & Culture

How to create your own virtual reality?

Have you ever heard about people who can control their dreams, like their own little virtual reality? It may sound spiritual, but according to scientific research everyone should have the ability to do it. Scientists have termed this event ‘lucid dreaming’ and supposedly it occurs during the so-called ‘rapid eye movement’ phase of dreaming. When […]

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Japan: a sneak peek

I’ve always thought that sightseeing on short holiday trips are fun but not as satisfying, real and exciting as a long trip, where you get to immerse yourself in the culture, meet people and spend time with the locals. The best kind of travel involves not just buying souvenirs, but actually talking to people, listening […]

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Are theatre festivals fun?

Is it fun to spend your day with a bunch of creative funny people? Is it truly worth to dedicate your day for the belle art? Well yes, in my opinion it is, and because our magazine speaks about things that inspire, I thought to give you a glimpse at what it means to work […]

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A Finnish love story: Glimpse at Finnish sauna literature and cinema

As long as saunas exist, Finns are not allowed to commit a suicide, no matter what happened in their life (or at least not before having a good steam bath…). This sentence is pronounced by Seppo Sorjonen, a character in Arto Paasilinna’s novel titled A Charming Mass-Suicide (1990). And it tells us a lot about […]

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Parisian Vibes: A Berliner’s View

Before moving from Berlin to Paris two months ago I knew the city just from a weekend trip a few years ago. One could think that the cities aren’t that different from each other, both have a huge art scene, old beautiful buildings and are well-known European cities. That’s why I’d like to share my […]

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