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Here’s What Peace Looks Like: Sunset at Sognsvann Lake

One of the biggest adjustments I had to make during my study abroad was learning how to adapt to the climate. With the seasons changing 4 times a year, the transition periods are the toughest parts. Just seeing the sun is out is not a definite sign that it is warm. Nowadays that Autumn is… Continue reading Here’s What Peace Looks Like: Sunset at Sognsvann Lake

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This is Not a Travel Guide: Why My Heart and Other Body Parts are Left in Rome

I know fully well that it's been almost a month since the last time I posted! I was kept busy with engagements with our friends here in Oslo, an emergency 2-day trip back to Potsdam, and the recently concluded Science of Aphasia (SoA) conference in Venice, Italy. Immediately right after that conference, my friends and… Continue reading This is Not a Travel Guide: Why My Heart and Other Body Parts are Left in Rome

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15 Years Late: My First Time to See Meteor Garden and 5 WTF Moments that I Can’t Forget

Ahhh summer break in Europe. While most of my classmates are soaking up the sun in parts of the world unexplored, I chose to spend my break with my boyfriend Justin in Oslo. And since Oslo is a damn expensive city, one has to get creative with in-house entertainment for the time being. It's a… Continue reading 15 Years Late: My First Time to See Meteor Garden and 5 WTF Moments that I Can’t Forget

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Traveling is Not Moving: What an Erasmus Program Across 3 Countries Has Taught Me So Far

One of the most common reactions I get when people find out I am doing an Erasmus Mundus degree is: "Wow! You get to travel to different countries! That's awesome!" which is often met by a sarcastic laugh or a head shake from me or a classmate I'm with. Don't mistake this as being ungrateful.… Continue reading Traveling is Not Moving: What an Erasmus Program Across 3 Countries Has Taught Me So Far