A journalist is somebody who has to listen with respect to other stories and give them opportunity to shine, give them opportunity to be told to a bigger audience, journalist is somebody who has to be society-orientated and serve others. That was our purpose when we started two years ago publishing series of interviews with international women living in the Netherlands, most of them in Limburg. In the period of last two years we have published two series of interviews with 18 international and inspirational women entitled: in WonderLimburg/WonderNetherlands.
We would like to thank all of you who supported these series, republished/shared the interviews and who supported these international ladies! Let their stories be heard!
We are so proud that these inspirational women wanted to share with us their stories about starting a new life from a scratch abroad, challenges they have to face, their new life, their favourite places in the new country and precious tips.
We are so proud that we at the same time were given a chance to promote talents of these amazing women and their careers and share them with you: our lovely audience. All these ladies are very well-educated, talented in various fields, hard-working and so courageous to start everything from a scratch. They are also at the same time the biggest promotors of their new country: the Netherlands and their new region Limburg, where they now live and have their families.
We are so proud that we in this way could promote the Netherlands and Limburg!
Below you can find the links to the interviews in an alphabetical order per series.
Latest series: in WonderLimburg/in Wonder Netherlands in an alphabetical order
Adina (Romania): ‘’I brought from Romania a lot of passion and determination and in Maastricht I was welcomed with support and opportunities for growth.’’
Chalida (Thailand): ‘’Things happen for some reason’’ Personal journey from Motherland to Fatherland
Elena (Latvia): ‘’The Netherlands and Limburg will always remain in my heart as one of the brightest memories’’
Marieke (Spain/The Netherlands): ”That makes the distance between Barcelona and Maastricht very small”
Michelle (Canada): ”We are really fortunate to have a strong community here in Limburg”
Nestar (Uganda): ’’Limburg is my new home. But Uganda is my roots and flows in my blood’’
Nino (Georgia): ’’I know that dreams come true only when you work hard and try to develop’’
Nurlaila (Indonesia): ‘’Never stop dreaming; finding your passion isn’t just about career and money. It’s about finding your authentic self.’’
Sara (Iran): ‘’From Tehran to Eijsden’’
First series in an alphabetical order
Agnieszka (Poland): ‘’It is here where after a long search I have found myself’’
Céline (Canada): ‘’My new Chez Moi’’
Heide (Austria): ‘’The ‘music’ in both languages made the connection for me’’
Katalin (Hungary): ‘’What I learnt in Limburg is: stop running, slow down and try to enjoy life’’
Meghan (United States of America): ‘’While we never dreamed we would live here, now we dream of staying for good’’
Orsolya (Hungary): ‘’Maastricht is a potpourri of people, nations and moods’’
Sathi (India): ‘’Two lives in Maastricht’’
Silvina (Argentina): ‘’You have to fly to change languages in Argentina’’
Sonia (India): ‘’I was tremendously excited on starting this new episode in my life’’
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