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Europe – a bureaucratic oxymoron?

Last year I wrote about the bureaucratic struggles involved in a marriage with a foreign national in Vietnam. One year later, my wife and I are getting acquainted with the devastating bureaucracy that is sickening humans in Europe. Having lived … Continue reading

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Year end, arbitrary limitations and the relativity of doing good.

It’s this time of the year, when others write beautiful speeches or look back at what has happened over the last twelve months. Unfortunately, I’m not a person of beautiful words[1]; nevertheless I dare reflecting a bit over time and … Continue reading

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