Hochschule Macromedia 6+1 Blog

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia: Take me back to the good times

Time has passed since all of us left our new second home Malaysia and I’m missing it since the day I got home. Every day was a new adventure that was completely different from my life at home. I had the best time living in the smallest apartment with my friends, doing sports with them almost every day because we had a gym and a swimming pool at the sixth floor. Especially the mini-market at the basement of our building that was opened until 2am did it’s job during the More…

Adiós Madrid

We’re all back home now so this is our last blogpost. Therefore, we thought it best to just sum up what we experienced during our semester abroad. Daniela: WE DID IT! We can not believe our 6 months exchange is done! Time flies when you are having fun. In our abroad-time we had the opportunity to get to know a  new culture ( very opposite to the german one as known), visit new incredible places and meet new people. Locals were always nice to us and (at least) tried to More…

Time To Say Goodbye South Korea

          Events On Campus    Like I mentioned in my previous blog, this time I will talk more about events that happened on campus in Handong. Students here organize many different kinds of events to make the campus life more exciting for the rest of the students. It means you can enjoy a variety of events and get entertained for a while before having to go back to your studies. One of the events is called “Culture Night”.Where international students prepare various foods and performances. Which More…

Annyeonghi kyeseyo Korea – Goodbye Korea!

Almost half of the South Korean population lives in and around Seoul. The megalopolis has the most universities, schools and jobs to offer. But outside of the huge city are also other wonderful places to visit. South Korean studies will take a lot of time. Usually we had homework and group projects to hand in every weekend. But with the right time management it is possible to make prolonged weekend trips outside of Seoul – and they are definitely worth it. Visiting other places that are smaller and less international More…

Tallinn, I think this is the beginning of a beautiful friendship

Our last day in Tallinn was the premiere of our first completely finished films. We dressed up, went to the cinema, and saw our own names on the big screen – it was a great evening. Afterward, our whole group of Cologne and Munich students went to the same bar we’ve been on our first night out together. In some way, everything wrapped up there. Over the last five months, we did not only produce and shoot four movies, we also traveled a little bit and got to know Estonia More…

 
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