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Her weekly columns will give you insights into an expat’s life in Bucharest written with humor and a big Danish smile.There are some patterns many Romanians tend to follow, and some of them may come as surprising for foreigners.Foreigners are generally warmly welcomed in Romania and pretty much loved all over.A foreigner will understand that from their first encounter with Romania or with Romanians in general.They often joke about themselves and have great irony. But on the other hand they can also be easily offended if you joke with them or about them, especially when they are among friends, and when they want to be the alphas in their tribe of friends.Jokingly you can say that most Romanian men prefers the ‘yes woman’, the quiet, at times obedient woman who takes care of the house and kids and who stays in the kitchen.And even when the do that – leave the country to search a better life elsewhere, Romanians are almost always drawn back, and not just by the family they left behind.
For many Western Europeans, where family relationships are not necessarily that close, this fact comes as a surprise at their first contact with Romania.Romanians don’t often share their patriotism with the world, they do so more when Romania achieves some performance on the international scene – either wins a sports or artistic prize. For the rest of the time, however, Romanians swing between loving their country for the good and the bad, and hating it.Yes, hating it, to the point where they decide to leave it.She is also a Market Economist and a Multimedia Designer.As a Danish Viking in Romania, with a great passion for ’covrigi’, she has a burning desire to find out more about Romania especially Bucharest, and enlighten the small differences in the culture between Denmark and Romania.