Youcef Kadri is a young Algerian passionate about IT&C.
At 23 El Shaiah Hodor decided to leave his native country for a better life in Germany.
Peter Hurley is known to Romanians as the “Irishman who organizes the Festival in Săpânţa”, in the northern Romanian region of Maramureş.
The Venezuelan artist is living in Bucharest and is currently building a promising career in this country
Steven van Groningen has been the president of Raiffeisen Bank Romania since 2002
Patrick Ouriaghli is a Frenchman who settled in Romania at the end of 2008.
Joyce Easton is a physical therapist who came to Romania with her husband, who works for Petrom company.
Gilberto Ortega is a musician from Cuba who came to live in Romania 9 years ago.
Talia Delgado is a freelance journalist who, in 2003, decided to live in Romania.
Laurent Jouault left the wonderful region of Mont Saint Michel of France to settle in another dream-like region in Romania: namely southern Moeciu
After working for a while in Romania, something that was supposed to be just temporary, Mr. Andreas Menzel, Head of FMC, Pricing & Planning- Telekom Romania realized he could not stay away ...
In this feature you are invited to meet Father Sava - Stephen, as he is known in society.
Ting has been living in Romania for 8 years and he is currently the owner of a Chinese fast food restaurant called Hao Chi.
To the Indian Amarjit Sidhu, Romania is home and the country where his best friends are.
I am Breton in origin, but I decided to live in Bordeaux for the quality of life. Even so, I am fanatical when it comes to Bucharest.
A freelance journalist, DJ and film maker, Tom Wilson has been living in Romania since 2002.
We invite you to visit Buzias spa in Timis County, western Romania
Romania remains optimistic about the future of the EU
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