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Younited Cultures celebrates migration through storytelling accessories. These are not just products, but stories about the beauty of cultures. Discover the people and the values behind the products and let’s make visible the positive side of migration!


From the series “DISCOVERING FRANCE’S DIVERSITY”

An interview with ELENA, social entrepreneur, Chinese, 32 years old. Describe yourself in a sentence. Today, I am French of Chinese origin, passionate about cooking, and founder of 197 Aprons, which offers fresh, homemade meals with world flavors cooked by migrant chefs for Open-Space and Co-working. This project reflects my history and the journey of…

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I love you because we are so different in our similarities.

Azra and Emir have been together since 2018, although they have known each other since 2012. This Valentine’s Day, they will be celebrating what matters to them most: the beginning of a new family, based on what makes them both different and similar. We met during an internship program in Vienna, in one of the…

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A recipe for love: Dutch waffles and Slovak Lángos

Marie is a freelance writer for technology companies. Andrej is a programmer who spends 12 hours a day in front of his computer. This Valentine’s day they celebrate 15 years of coming together, surprisingly, in Vienna. From their terrace in the 2nd district of Vienna,  year by year, they prepare for the occasion in the…

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How an Argentinian and a Polish fell in love in Vienna

First of all, I want to say we have never before explained in so much detail how we really felt about each other while falling in love. But now, as we celebrate 5 years of relationship and 1 year of engagement, we took the chance to put pen to paper, so to say, and reflect…

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From the series “DISCOVERING FRANCE’S DIVERSITY”

An interview with EVANS MANGENA,  Entrepreneur, Zimbabwean, 30 years old   Describe yourself in a sentence. I am the result of intriguing life accidents. What brought you to France? I moved to France in early 2017, after fleeing my country for political reasons. I was recognized as a political refugee the same year and a…

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5 activities to become more culturally diverse

You can never have too much cultural diversity in your life. And especially at the dawn of a new year, we should all embrace more of the differences and celebrate what makes us each special! But the question remains: how can we fit even more activities in our busy daily schedule? Here are our 5 …

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10 things I’ve learned about becoming an Austrian citizen

For many years I have thought of applying for the Austrian citizenship. While the frustration of a growing political right-wing and not having the right to vote, the thought of needing to renounce my own nationality kept me from taking this step. So in 2010, I had decided to still wait in the hope that…

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St Nicholaus rituals from the multicultural community

For the 6th of December, a day in which many cultures celebrate St Nicholaus, we interviewed some members of our immigrant community. Our friends took the chance to share their favourite rituals connected to this holiday. We invite you to read and enjoy their personal reflections and to share yours as well! We get to…

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5 things I love about being an immigrant in Austria

I have lived in Austria for more than a decade now. Here are my top 5 things I’ve learned as an immigrant from Romania, living in Vienna. 1. How Vienna resonates to my need of calm and order. This was for me one of the biggest reasons why I decided to stay in Austria. At…

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Migrant, European or maybe Austrian?

Migration brings value to every culture. In this time of the coronavirus me and my family are living in Austria and yes, the chancellor of Austria has been often criticised for referring only to Austrians in his speeches. And no, it doesn’t bother me. As an immigrant in Austria but a born and raised European,…

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