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Goethe-Institut Hongkong x Kristen Wong – Berlin, Here We Go! © Goethe-Institut Hongkong

Goethe-Institut Hongkong x Kristen Wong
Berlin, Here We Go!

Travel seems like a remote dream for all of us now. Which city do you miss most? If it happens to be Berlin, then you just can’t miss our new social media series BERLIN, HERE WE GO!. In the upcoming 10 weeks starting from 9 April, Kristen Wong, a former Goethe-Institut Hongkong's student who now bases in Europe, will share with us a Berlin that we probably never know!
 

The exhibition “Beuys verstehen” (“Understanding Beuys”) will be presented by the Goethe-Institutes of Warsaw and Prague. Illustration (detail): © ZAUBAR/Imago

On the centenary of the birth of Joseph Beuys
THE ABIDING SECRET

To mark the centenary of the birth of Joseph Beuys, the exhibition “Beuys verstehen” (“Understanding Beuys”) will be presented by the Goethe-Institutes of Warsaw and Prague. Curators Catherine Nichols and Eugen Blume as well as the technical developer from Zaubar, Stefan Marx, discuss the significance of Beuys and take us behind the scenes of a virtual gallery.

Vibrant social life on green squares instead of all the cars: Could the future of the city look like the Day of the Good Life in Cologne? Photo (detail): © Martin Herrndorf

Climate change
“WE DON’T NEED AN ECO-DICTATORSHIP”

Protecting the climate seems to be taking a back seat during the current pandemic. In some ways, this might even be convenient for many people who view the prospect of giving up their resource-intensive lifestyles as more of a threat than an opportunity. Nevertheless, Harald Welzer, a sociologist and publisher of “Futurzwei” (Future Two) magazine, believes that people can be convinced of the benefits of a climate-friendly society.