Räägime välismaalastega, kes on oma koduks valinud Eesti. Jagame põnevaid lugusid ja tähelepanekuid sellest, mida värske kõrvaltvaataja pilk märkab, et inspireerida avatust ja lõimumist. *Vestlused toimuvad inglise keeles. Saatejuhid: Tiina Pärtel ja Kaisa Holsting.
How can one Moldovian woman, who has lived in Estonia for 6+ years, say that she doesn’t feel like an Estonian, rather “Kohilane”?
*Why you shouldn’t go hitchhiking in Moldova?
*Is Moldova actually a giant Soviet-styled Escape room?
* What does it mean, if you spit on Moldovian field something is pound to grow?
* If being naked in a sauna was easy for her, what was the hard part?
Come and enjoy Miha’s very lively personality explaining how she first moved to Estonia. Starting to live in a village with just around 3000 people altogether, is it worth it?
Miha has a very colorful way of explaining everything to us, starting from the languages used in Moldova. Then sharing her transforming journey from studying architecture, learning woodworking, and now being immersed in Fin-tech and the world of numbers.
Join in and let us know, what you learned from this episode!
We talk with foreigners who have made Estonia their home and with that inspire more open-mindedness by sharing interesting stories and observations about Estonia that many foreigners with their fresh eyes can offer.
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- I was 15 years old and I decided I want to organise a huge hip-hop party
- Being a red head I tend to blend in!
- #17 Tiina and Kaisa – reviewing 2020 and going over all the episodes!
- #16 Jameela Prits from Palestine to Estonia – “Estonians are living their own lifestyles, don’t think people will focus on you!”
- Marino Bresciani from Italy to Estonia – “Italians can absolutely work hard, the point is, we realise we don’t always have to.
- John Avila from Colombia to Estonia – “Before coming to Estonia I was just plain software engineer”
- John Avila from Colombia to Estonia – “Before coming to Estonia I was just a plain software engineer”
- Iryna Krepchuk from Belarus to Estonia
- #12 Jaime Delgado – From Chile to Estonia
- Mathilde Roch-Penet – from France to Estonia
- Taavi Suikkanen – from Finland to Estonia
- Tati Beck – from Brazil to Estonia
- #8 Ada Hisunova – from Ukraine to Estonia