“How was Germany?”
Germany was great! We spent a week at Calvin before going to Germany. We were all very sad to hear that Professor De Rooy was unable to make the journey when we set off from Calvin. We then spent five weeks studying Statics and dynamics. We would spend the weekdays studying and the weekends traveling around Germany. Every weekend we went to a different place although our main base and place of study was Berlin. Continue reading “Course Assignment #8: elevator speech”
In a country with so many elaborate churches, why do you think religion has lost its importance and does not appeal to people like it used to? Do you think this could happen to America in the future? Why or why not?
In a religion and philosophy class in high school, I heard about a European evolution of religion. Continue reading “Course Assignment #6: Reflections on Wittenberg”
As someone who grew up in Thailand, I have never had to think much about genocide and extreme racism that may lead to ethnic cleansing. I learned about what happened in Europe during the second World War from history classes but
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Berlin is the first city I have been to where I am responsible for traveling and living while not being able to speak the language comfortably. Continue reading “Initial Reflections on Germany”
When I told my friends back home that I was going on a summer program to Germany, many of them asked: “Why?” Well, because I want to.
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