Monthly Archives: April 2013

To work where I work

So, today, old high school- mate Adam Sarac and I celebrated our one week anniversary as migration assistants at the Embassy. I have always been interested in working internationally, and this experience is turning out to be exactly what I … Continue reading

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My Korean metamorphosis (Kthanxbye, Hollywood)

There has been a feeling growing inside me since I came back from Korea: I just can’t shake the memory of the best-looking, best- dressed, most energetic and creative people I have seen around the globe. I felt a love … Continue reading

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It’s like rain on your wedding day

The paperwork- nightmare never ends: I apparently need to get a new health check to get a new residence permit as the certificate I have is outdated by now. Apparently it doesn’t matter that the residence permit I got (using … Continue reading

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I knew the pathway like the back of my hand

This year, Beijing decided to skip a season and jump straight from winter to summer (well, summer according to Swedish standards at least). As I start work on Wednesday, I have found myself with time and weather to take strolls … Continue reading

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PS

I don’t want to spam cyber- space with my Korean tragedy or anthing, but I still feel that it’s important to explain precisely why I was so revolted by the Chinese authorities in Korea. I didn’t get pissed off because it was … Continue reading

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Rotten diplomacy and bureaucracy which make you cry

Everything I write in this post is personal reflection. This post is not under any circumstances to be read as anything else, but a personal account of personal experiences. So I’m back from Seoul. I didn’t die from nuclear attacks, … Continue reading

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