INTERVIEWS

Camila Ogawa – A Brazilian living in Japan

Camila Ogawa: “(...)we only can touch the hearts of other people with love. Together we are more, much more!" Camila took a huge step and went from Brasil to Japan, two opposite cultures at first, but so alike when you go into details. Like Camila says, there are a...

Cátia Cesário – A portuguese living in Switzerland

Cátia Cesário: "I wake up every morning, take a look at the mountains and think: “This is where I want to be. This is my home”." Cátia Cesário moved to Switzerland because she was looking for better opportunities than the ones Portugal was providing her at the time....

Gabriel Gozzer – A Brazilian living in Portugal

Gabriel Gozzer: "Diversity makes everything interesting, and acceptance/comprehension is a blessing." Gabriel is a brazilian tattoo artist, but overall he is an incredible humble person, with a great knowledge about the world. Coming from Brasil, an ex-portuguese...

Marta Ribeiro – A Portuguese living in Paris

Marta Ribeiro: “No country is the best of all countries and there’s good and bad everywhere. Modesty, comprehension, embrace and intelligence are some of the characteristics that can make a difference and should be more commonly spread." Marta left her lovely country,...

Ana Rolim – A Portuguese living in Sofia

Ana Rolim: "I have learned that, despite the country you come from, all of us are basically the same." Ana Rolim moved at a young age to Bulgaria, leaving Portugal behind. Her desire for adventure and something new led her to Sofia, an amazing city quite far from her...

Carolina Ricarte – A Portuguese living in Barcelona

Carolina Ricarte: "I think that education and good values is the key to make the world a better place." Carolina Ricarte is a designer that moved from Azeitão, in Portugal, to Barcelona, Spain. One of the main reasons for her to change country was related with the...

Gonçalo Trindade – A Portuguese living in Berlin

Gonçalo Trindade: "To be real is to be you with zero strings attached." Gonçalo Trindade shares with us his unique, humble and honest perspective of how difficult it is to move alone to another country. Being a fan of music and probably going to more concerts than...

Carina Simões – A Portuguese living in London

Carina Simões: "I’m a person with so many dreams and goals that I’m constantly working hard to achieve them" Being a portuguese, Carina Simões naturally loves portuguese food, probably one of the best in the world. Living in London gives her the possibility to explore...

João Santos – A Portuguese living in Edinburgh

João Santos: “(...)I am myself a little bit of everyone that has crossed my path, and at the same time I give a little bit of me to be part of all the individuals that are part of my life." João is a portuguese nurse working and living in Edinburgh, a beautiful hilly...

Inês Malheiros – A Portuguese living in London

Inês Malheiros: “It is important to come back to what is relevant to each person in particular and to reconnect with our inner self.” Inês is a Yoga lover and a nurse studying Occupational Therapy in London. She was born and raised in Setúbal, a lovely city by the sea...

Gosia Migut – A Polish living in Amsterdam

Gosia Migut: “I think it’s not the skin colour, country you come from, culture and tradition what sets us apart, but the way we treat each other and the way we treat the earth." Gosia moved to the Netherlands when she was 19 years old to study and she was stuck with...

Joana Vieira – A Portuguese living in Boston

Joana Vieira: “Everyone is a collection of everything they’ve been through, everyone they’ve met, every place they’ve been to, and everything they’ve lived.” Designer by heart, adventurous by mind, Joana Vieira is a portuguese living in Boston, USA, a place where...

Alexandre Rijo – A Portuguese living in Abingdon

Alexandre Rijo: “I would say that our background plays a major role into setting us apart, but ultimately its in ourselves" Alexandre Rijo is a digital transformation consultant working and living in Abingdon, United Kingdom. Born and raised by the sea in the...

João Faria – A Portuguese living in Amsterdam

João Faria: “I have also become more independent (...) with freedom of thinking.” João is a portuguese architect living in Amsterdam. In the following interview we will first know how he has embraced a vegan lifestyle and, naturally, bikes too, and second what are the...

Carolina Silva – A Portuguese living in Valencia

Carolina Silva: “What drives us apart from each other is probably fear”     Carolina  is a portuguese from Barreiro, Portugal living in Valencia, Spain. She is passionate about her life and shares with us her cultural experiences of Spain compared to Portugal. She has...

Ana Leorne – A Portuguese living in Paris

Ana Leorne: “(...) deep down we’re all looking for the same things: respect, love, and happiness.” 1 – How old were you when you moved to Paris? What was the main reason to move? I had just turned 30 when I came to Paris; I had quit my super steady, well-paid job in...

Selection of interviews to people that live outside their countries of origin about the main differences and similarities between the places they live and where they were born. Our interviews reflect how similar humans are, no matter the background, but also what kind of typical food we can find in every country.

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