Berlin lakes invite for early spring outings nearby around, while the city is packed with tourists who like to stay outside in the parks 🙂 … fashion week 2018 lies behind those who try to beautify the German capital in its ever-ending stage of waiting for BER, international airport-to-be: 2018 is IT, or not yet …? 2022 ?
The Berlin LICHTBÜHNE seems rather silent these days, yet not fully passive. Let us see what the year 2018 will bring in terms of lights, shows, music and, most importantly, people! We continue to welcome refugees emerging from difficult living circumstances, in particular women with their children, sometimes with or without husbands, often carrying the families’ burden to sustain in life. Let us just welcome them in full generosity, having fled unbearable situations. We all remember our grand grandparents and their war- and postwar stories. Living in Berlin today means to be part of several generations without any war, let alone without hunger. Thank You world!
Berlin autumn is full of leaves and people, wheather sometimes grey, letting people enjoy the city from inside. Our guests arrived from as far as Algeria these days via GIZ Berlin.
Great event at HAU III for May Ayim’s birthday, May 04, 2017: she would have turned 57! Performers were Bahati, Chantal Fleur Sandjon, Ella Schwarz, Oxana Chi, Layla Zami, Sylvestre Soleil, Dukumbi in music, danse, poetry in full motion: THANK YOU ALL!
… still not really hot, but sun is shining today, people are friendly and walk throughout town. Enjoy Berlin!
Lebanese anthropologist Rawane Nasif has created a beautiful scenery with her 12′ film (2016, 12 min. Arabic) at the Berlinale 2017. The film, entitled Sokun Al Sulhufat “Turtles are Always Home” reflects the “false Venice” of real estate reality, shown at the Berlinale (my personal highlight)!
Greetings to all! Happy winter days and nights on earth in 2017 wishes #berlinsights with Susanne and all her team!
We are happy to cooperate with www.lok-berlin.de! Thanks to Berlin’s local business chamber and the project of LOK.STARTup CAMP international, Arab citizens who took refuge in Berlin may start a business! For more information on how to start, please see:
PS: former TEMPELHOF site hosts some 1000 refugees from several countries and regions, in particular the Middle East and North Africa (MENA).
berlinsights tour along Roman sites of the past, November 2016