Some people would say capitals are too big, too crowded, too polluted and full of stressed and embittered citizens. Some others would see the marvel behind the setting. Londoners are happy to be able to claim, since a few weeks, that their city is more popular than Paris after the release of its high number … Continue reading Is London really the greatest city in the world?
Who hasn’t ever been geeking out on the Internet and reading those long lists of “things you should do before you die”? I mean, yes, they all sound pretty amazing, but when will I have the chance to ride an ostrich in Asia? It’s not like I wouldn’t enjoy it, but it is certainly not … Continue reading The Bucket List Frustration – Top 10 Useless Things to Do Before You Die
Ou plutôt, pourquoi je suis honteusement scotchée à ma télévision quand je tombe sur Hélène et les garçons. Le bonheur avec Hélène et les garçons, c’est que ça ne s’est jamais terminé. En 2014, Hélène est toujours sur le petit écran, le visage marqué par les années mais éternellement suivie de ses ‘garçons’ musiciens. C’est beau d’aimer … Continue reading Pourquoi je suis accro aux séries des années 90 (I)
Squeezed between France, Germany, Lichtenstein, Austria and Italy, Switzerland is one of those countries we know little about. Let’s stay away from hearsays and dig into the Swiss history. What lies behind the money and slowness clichés? Here are ten fun facts and obsolete laws about the Swiss Confederation to give you a hint of … Continue reading Ten Fun And Random Facts About Switzerland
By deciding to study Journalism in England, I knew the day would come when I’d have to find a work placement in a language that is not my own. Stressed, yet excited – I started making a list of magazines of my interest. Choosing a topic I’d like to write about has always been a … Continue reading T3 & my first steps as an intern
I mean, I do like cinema. I do prefer some actors than others and do feel enthusiastic about some movies coming out. I am nothing like a cinephile or film-lover. But I do have to admit, when I walked through the Behind the Mask exhibition at Somerset House, I fell in love with the lens … Continue reading Behind the Mask
I have thought a lot about the pros and cons of living in a big city like London. There are huge cons, but pros are surpassing them beyond doubt. As a cultural events lover, I rummaged through the internet to find where I could end up today. And how good it feels to be in … Continue reading The long walk to freedom at Belgravia Gallery