Our 2 weeks travel to Tokyo and Seoul starts in a month, I am very excited!
My interest in the Japanese language started when I visited Japan two years ago. In fact, I acquired not just an interest in the language itself, but also in the country and the culture.
It had been a winter without any snow in Gothenburg so far. I was so jealous of the snowy pictures from all around the world and wondering when it would snow here, as it used to happen every year around December or January. Then, it finally snowed on Saturday!
I am a big fan of Wes Anderson and his movies. The mix of fact and fantasy in the movies make them very unique and interesting. The last one I watched was The Grand Budapest Hotel. I loved them as much as the others, and had an urge to watch them again and again. Apart from the specifically defined characters, the story narrating was very charming.
38th Gothenburg International Film Festival starts next weekend. Since the day it was first launched in 1979, it is the largest annual film event in Nordic countries. Aside from the hundreds of films from all around the world, the festival also offers many interesting seminars, and art and music events.
Lights and shades can make cities look completely different. While I was thinking about how the same streets had an alternate feel in light and in dark, in summer and in winter I ran into these illustrations. Don’t you think you need to see a place both in the daytime and at night to reach the real soul of it with its surroundings?