Articles by Mirela Dorokazi

When Polish Students met Zagreb

  Croatian students, especially the ones studying at the University of Zagreb, have their own perception of their capital city. But, what about foreign student’s perception? Indr? Jermakait?, Linda Bojko and Milovan Nikoli? decided to explore this issue, interviewing Linda’s friends from Warsaw who came to visit her in Zagreb and learn something about this amazing city! Linda, being an Erasmus student, is also a “tourist” in Zagreb, but this time she got the opportunity to become the tour guide for Ola, Monica and Rafal, whose impression of the City was quite interesting. ”First impressions is that over there are strange blue trams and really small trash cans… And cheap tasty cakes!” They enjoyed the tasty cakes while walking through…

Erasmus Christmas

Most citizens of Croatia, Ukraine, Poland and Germany celebrate Christmas. Although at first it seems that all we celebrate Christmas in a similar way, our Erasmus students are here to reassure us. Anita Fudalej, Maksym Sytnikov, Tena Šar?evi?, Anna Will and Sarah Krka collected some interesting facts about celebrating Christmas in their countries and compared Advent in Croatia, i.e. Zagreb, with their homeland advent. “It is not like this in Germany. We don’t like to light everything up so much”, Anna says. Students also shared with us what they like about celebrating Christmas in Croatia. Anita noticed another feature of Croatian advent; “I’m not sure why I like Christmas in…

Meet Sarah

  Meet Sarah Krka, a German student of Bosnian origin. Even though her parents were born and raised in Tuzla, the war in 1991. chased them away in Berlin, Germany. A few years later, Germany became Sarah’s homeland, but every year she is visiting her family in Bosnia. This year, Sarah came to Croatia to learn about Croatian culture and language, while staying in a dorm to get the ”full student experience”. Her colleagues Maksym Sytnikov, Tena Šar?evi?, Anita Fudalej and  Anna Will helped Sarah to tell a story about herself. Also, take a look at the MoJo about the making of Sarah’s story.

Vegan in Zagreb: Mission impossible?

Although it’s quite difficult to have a diet that differs from the majority’s nutrition, being a vegan is getting easier all around the world, even in Zagreb.  This is why FPZG’s Erasmus students Egl? Šatkauskait?, Olivia Klochko , Florian Schäfer and Tobias Kaim decided to show some of the nutritional options in the City. They asked their friend Birgit to share her experience as a vegan, as well as to show them where to buy cheap yet high quality groceries and, of course, how to prepare them too. It is commonly known that vegan nutrition is way more expensive than nonvegetarian, especially for the ones considering clean eating non-negotiable, but…

Cat Caffe is (not) just for the cat ladies

  Ditte Ilbrink, Júlia Bettuz, Karla Junicic and Adam Tesarski all love cats and coffee. Interestingly, there is a caffe that combines both. Cat Caffe is a place in Zagreb where you can cuddle with cats when they’re in the mood (probably never) and also drink coffee when you’re in the mood (mostly always).  Even if you’re not a cat person, this video may encourage you to become one. If you are wondering how did the making of went, there’s also a MoJo!  

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