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To write these stuff is harder than I thought. I guess my mission right now is just to continue the journey I started 24 years ago.
Oh! Frankly speaking writing about myself is harder than I thought. I will leave this section for inspirational moments.(P.S. I am reviewing this in 2013 and still didn't get to that "inspirational moment")
”Being a feminist does not mean acting like a man, or hating men, or looking down on the wide breadth of definitions of feminism – and femininity – as transcribed throughout history. Put simply, it means that you believe in equality. Now show me a person who doesn’t get that.” The F-Word | Man Repeller
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
HOW I PARTICIPATE IN COUCHSURFING
I really admire all the surfers that decide to travel, around the continent, around the globe or just to couple of countries. So, I am really happy to host when available. And to all the surfers coming to Moldova, please do take the time to check this wonderful blog, it will give you some insight information (*the blog is not mine): whenyouliveinchisinau.tumblr.com
I enjoy hosting, specially when I have not so much work to do, which happens very rare. Every surfer I hosted is a social, memories oriented investment.
I am really interested in Art History. In two years I want to go study somewhere abroad, well, I actually have in mind one university for this, University of New Orleans. I think if to study Art History you have to surround yourself with it and in a city that is cultural active. So, anything related to arts, urban and street art, will grab my attention.
- street art
- womens rights
- art history
Music, Movies, and Books
Movies: My Little Princess, Todo sobre mi madre, Elsa & Fred, Hysteria, La Sourse des Femmes, Balladen Om Marie Krøyer, Komt een vrouw bij de dokter, The Diving Bell And The Butterfly.
Music: Hip-hop, R&B, Reggae fusion, Dancehall.
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
Well, I started to be an active member of the society, after I returned from my exchange year in United States. Besides few grants and many other activities I coordinate "Papergirl" - an urban art project, I am really proud of. This project originated in Berlin in 2006 and soon inspired many active art lovers across the globe. Art rolls are first collected, then exposed in a big exhibition and in the end offered to people in the streets. We are already in our second year and planning many more interesting and creative activities.
Countries I’ve Visited
Austria, Italy, Romania, Russian Federation, Spain, Ukraine
Countries I’ve Lived In