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DJ & 80's website moderator, introduction of the 80's spirit :)
I am doing my PhD at Hacettepe University on Turkish-Hungarian relations. Besides, I am a researcher at the same university. I've been broadcasting a radio show since 2001 and every Sunday I introduce the sounds of the 80's on a local radiostation. I like to share everything I know and have learned with the others. Listening to the music is not enough for me, that's why I'm playing! Almost a year I lived in Hungary and met the hospitality and the sincerity of the lovely Hungarian people. And I had the chance to travel around Europe. I think that made me more optimist in life and broaden my vision...I love the Hungarian realism on one side and the Turkish practical mind on the other side! :)
Referring to Dieter Bohlen's "You can win if you want" ;)
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
HOW I PARTICIPATE IN COUCHSURFING
Meeting new people for some coffee or drink!
I met with nice friends via CS in Hungary. Now we have good contacts. Besides, in Ankara I hosted a guy from Brazil and met two Hungarians and a Turkish lady living in the US for a coffee. I think the travellers comin' from Ankara do not want to receive messages from the locals unless they ask anything. It's a pity!..
Music, 80's, going pop& electronic music concerts, DJ, football, european history, Hungarian culture, Hungarian language
- electronic music
Music, Movies, and Books
80's new wave & synth pop bandss such as Depeche Mode, Pet Shop Boys, Erasure, Yazoo, Camouflage, Bronski Beat, Kraftwerk, Alphaville
Books in history, especially European history, political history and Hungarians
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
The time I spent in Hungary! Fabulous!
Teach, Learn, Share
Do not hesitate to ask any kind of information on everything that comes to your mind! I shall do my best to answer them! :)
Countries I’ve Visited
Austria, Belgium, Croatia, Czech Republic, France, Germany, Hungary, Macedonia, Poland, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Turkey
Countries I’ve Lived In