jung.de attracts lots of young Indian visitors
An itinerant exhibition, jung.de has been compiled by the Goethe-Institut with the aim of encouraging young students of German Language, their teachers and anyone interested in the subject to explore the lives of young people in Germany today.
The young students can gain an insight into how their peers in Germany live and feel: How do young people in Germany live? What might a typical day look like, and what might young Germans do in their spare time? Is there anything they are particularly interested in? How do they foresee their future? Jung:de tries to offer answers to the questions cited above.
With the help of 16 CDs and interactive film and music the visitors will learn many interesting facts, some already familiar, others quite surprising, about how young Germans live their lives and what their hopes and fears are for the future. There is a separate CD for each of the following areas: music, lifestyle, sport, leisure, school, vocational training, family, feelings, getting involved, values, migration, youth language, films and books, problems, computer, and media.