Discovering Neuseeland: German Culture In NZ
Join Miss V as she reports live from New Zealand, and uncovers some pockets of German culture along the way.
An American’s Weirdest CULTURE SHOCKS In GERMANY Reaction! React-Clinks!
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German Food Culture
This is a short video of the important vegetables, meats, and dishes of germany. It also shows a few places that a person can get their food. As food is an important part of any culture, German food says a bit about their history and development as a society. When looking into the culture of their food, you see where the way they ate changed because of a change in power. When Charlemagne was in power, they would eat their meals then the women would leave to let the men drink and sing. The thirty years war left them hungry for food, and they would eat what ever they would find. Threw this video I hope, that it allows a person to gain knowledge of the food that helps to shape a culture!
Being Pregnant In Germany – Insurance, Mutterpass, German Vocab, Midwives, Cultural Differences
My name is Katie, and I am an American expat living with her German husband and German-American son IN GERMANY! We are expecting baby #2 (a girl!) in a few short weeks, and I wanted to share my experiences of being pregnant twice here in Germany with anyone interested in learning more.
Please understand that every woman has her own pregnancy experience, and each doctor does things in his/her own way. There is a wide variety of normal, and this video details what the experience has been like for me living abroad.
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Let’s Play Cultures 2 (German) #01 – Die Vision
Hey, Hallo & Herzlich willkommen zu meinem neuen Projekt: Cultures 2 – Die Tore Asgards! Ich freu mich total auf dieses Projekt weil Cultures meine Lieblings-Aufbaustrategie-Serie ist 😉 .. los geht’s 😀
German Lesson 29 – Culture – Berlin (eng)
German lesson CULTURE – BERLIN
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Mongolian Culture In Germany
Music: Egschiglen “Bau’r hat Katz’ verlor’n” – a German folk song in a Mongolian version
German-Mongolian Culture Association
Deutsch-Mongolischer Kulturverein (DMKV)
music festival in summer 2007 in Bärstadt/Germany and Tsagaan Sar Party 2008
Musical guests on the festival have been:
Stefka Weiland (dancing)
Germany For Beginners | Part 1: Understanding Cultural Differences
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Every country has its own history, culture, customs and traditions. Things that are understood as normal in one country, like kissing in public, are not accepted or are sometimes forbidden in others. It’s no wonder that there are surprises and sometimes misunderstandings when someone is new in a country where there are other rules and customs.
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Life In Germany – Ep. 54: Cultural Differences
In this episode, I go over a few minor cultural differences that you should be aware of when coming to Germany.
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Funny Facts In Germany: A True Or False Quiz About German Culture
TRUE or FALSE? “Einstein married his cousin” Is this TRUE or FALSE?
We have made a video of fascinating true facts about Germany and mixed it with a few fictional facts – can you guess which ones are true and which are false? There are 12 “facts” altogether. and here’s a helpful tip: there are at least 3 false and at least 3 true but you will have to check out the answers on to see how many there are of each and which ones you got right.
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