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.
“I don’t have difficulty pronouncing Estonian words!” – Did you know Indonesian and Estonian language have the same pronunciation – at least that’s what Enlik says 😅
Meet Enlik, a young, energetic and ambitious guy from Indonesia. His passions are data, computer games, podcasts, and exploring Estonia. One weekend going to plant trees, the next recording his own podcast, and in between discovering new hiking trails somewhere along the way.
*What’s the difference between living in Jakarta and Bali?
*How did working in Australia helped Enlik to move to Europe?
*How to meet Estonians during COVID restrictions?
*Why did he start to appreciate potatoes more than rice?
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Listen to Enlik’s podcast here: bit.ly/enliktjioepodcast
Find out more about Found in Estonia podcast here:
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.
Podcasti “Found in Estonia” viimati lisatud saated
- The hardest part was to explain my parents, where is Estonia. by Found in Estonia • A podcast on Anchor
- Tiina – what’s up with Found in Estonia podcast?
- I like when things are difficult
- I think that in Peru we should know more about Estonia
- I applied to 300 different job offers, before moving to Estonia
- I love the sauna!
- My children like it because there is snow!
- The air in Estonia is impossibly clean
- even if you move to Antarctica, you know you are a Moldovian!
- Lithuanians are way too loud and eccentric
- 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!
- 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.