As promised, I gonna tell you something about German media landscape. Probably not those interesting facts about media market development after 1945, but some peculiar things. Like – they like trolling each other. Here you see a facade of TAZ (Die Tageszeitung) in Berlin. Keeping in mind that f(oes)ellow-colleagues from ideologically different Axel-Springer publishing house are watching this facade daily, the TAZ-people put such a nice composition on the wall:
Well, now it’s the time to tell more about my trip to Hamburg. Being invited to a training by Goethe-Institut, I was prepared for a multifaceted cultural program and a lot of things to learn.
Before I start a longer story about recent Germany trip, wanted to share some pictures from Reeperbahn and the neighbourhood around. For all who know something about Hamburg, Reeperbahn is a place which lives at night, inviting you to give in to all possible sins. Clubs, bars, strip-shows, sex-shops and room-by-hour hotels are raging as it’s getting dark. But how it looks like as the dawn breaks? A bit creepy, actually.