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Alma Jenkins

Alma Jenkins

Born in 1977 in Panama, she studied law. Alma came to Warsaw 8 years ago and started a family here. Currently, she works as a manager for a big foreign company. Alma has a 4-year-old daughter and a fiancé. She loves Warsaw, especially in spring and summer. Her favourite district is Mokotów because of its parks where she loves to stroll in spring. Her passions are dance, cuisine, good music, books, theatre and cinema. Her features describe Warsaw and everyday life. She focuses on the everyday situations and on picturing the mentality of people around her. Alma feels absolutely fulfilled living in Poland.
América Martín

América Martín

For almost 10 years of artistic studies at the Human Sciences Department of the Grossmont College in San Diego she has been exploring dancing, music, theatre, drawing, history of art and photography. In 2001 he graduated with the bachelor’s degree in World literature from the University of California in San Diego. She received her master’s degree in Spanish literature and in Romance languages at the University of Notre Dame. She spent her childhood in South Mexico and as she lived there she became fascinated by the language tradition of that region.
Anatoliy Pudlo

Anatoliy Pudlo

He was born in Ukraine in 1964 near Kamianets-Podilskyi. He has a wife and a son. He graduated from the Pedagogical Institute in mathematics and physics. He worked at the school for about eleven years on various positions - from teacher to principal. Later, several times he changed the business and profession. He has lived in Poland since October 2009. In Warsaw, he finished a two-year post-secondary daily school in the direction of masseur techniques and he is currently working in the cosmetics and medical cooperative work. He cooparates with Inna przestrzeń Foundation since 2010. He wrote a number of articles for the Kontynent Warszawa, he participated in a trainers’ workshop and he completed his own project “Szkoła zdrowia z elementami masażu klasycznego” ("Helath School with elements of classical massage.")
Angelica Luengas Kałamaga

Angelica Luengas Kałamaga

A Mexican of Polish roots who is a professional dancer specialised in modern dance and jazz as well as reggaetón and Brazilian samba. She dances reggaetón in Labios del Fuego group and in Afro Carnaval - samba.
Anthony Chiu

Anthony Chiu

He is 22 years old, he comes from Guangdong Province in China. He was born in Panama in 1990, and a year later he came with his family to Poland. Currently he is studying Management and Marketing in Warsaw, he is engaged in translation and he promotes in Poland culture of the Chinese art of tea. He is the author of Droga Herbaty blog (www.drogaherbaty.com.pl), he runs his own business related to import tea from China.
António Xavier

António Xavier

Born in Lisbon, Portugal, lives in Poland since 2010.After concluding psychology, also studied Visual Arts and Art History in SNBA and Calouste Gulbenkian in Lisbon. His creative work has taken several courses, having already passed through the painting and alternative theater. Currently works in a multidisciplinary approach and his work migrates frequently to performance, installation and intervention in public spaces as preferred modes of expression. In Portugal created the group performative "Inteiros" and more recently the independent project "impensamental", which together with visual artists, writers and performers develop research on experimental writing and the body as a mode of expression. Also works as a coaching, promoting public contact with the art and artistic expressions integrated.
Daryna Popil

Daryna Popil

Born and raised in Lviv (Ukraine). She's a journalist, writes poetry and short prose texts. An explorer of the contemporary post-modern era, and particularly of the post-modern journalism, literature and art. In Poland, she graduated from the Scholarship Programme of L. Kirkland, currently she has been writing for the "Nasz Wybór" (Our Choice) magazine in Warsaw and she engages in the problems of immigrants in Poland.

David Sauvignon

David Sauvignon

A French citizen who has been living in Middle and East Europe for eight years: in Poland, Ukraine and Hungary. A music enthusiast, author and co-host of an Akademickie Radio Kampus programme “French-English war under the white-red flag” during which an interesting variety of the Polish language is to be heard. He appears in this programme next to the so called English enemy and other French and Polish partners. He never used any Warsaw tour guide, however this is the city he knows best. After all, it’s always easier to adjust to a new place when you are surrounded by friends.
Elsi Adajew

Elsi Adajew

He received a diploma of the 6th Edition of Young Diplomats Academy. He runs classes of computer science in SINTAR, he used to teach English as well. He often comments on the culture of Chechnya and supports various actions related to helping the refugees.

Gert Röhrborn

Political analyst, project coordinator and Eu funds specialist. He studied European Studies and History in Leipzig, Newcastle upon Tyne and Berlin. After positions in Dresden (research assistant) and Berlin (lecturer at the Evangelical School of Berlin, the Citizens of Europe's office manager of civic networks ) in 2010, he joined the Polish Robert Schuman's Foundation. Gert is interested in civil society, memory politics and education. He regularly writes about current issues of East and Europe in various magazines and portals, such as Europe & Me, Liberal, Kommune, The European Circle and Visegrad Revue.
Giorgi Maglakelidze

Giorgi Maglakelidze

Author of books: 'Toasty Gruzińskie. Zapomniana sztuka światowej biesiady' (‘Georgian toasts. Forgotten art world feasts” and 'Rozmówki polsko-gruzińskie' (“Polish-Georgian Phrasebook”). For more information: www.toastygruzinskie.pl
Giovanni Genco

Giovanni Genco

He studied Political Sciences at the la Sapienza University in Rome and has lived in Warsaw since 2007. He is one of the co-founders of the Italiani In Polonia Association and plays bass guitar in an Italian-Polish band Slajd. He also contributed to the original repertoire of the band in both Polish and Italian.
Grecco Calderon Chavez

Grecco Calderon Chavez

He comes from Peru. He is a professional journalist. He teaches Spanish. He is a lover of painting, he also paints a little. He is the team leader of the Peruvian Los Companieros (folklore from the Andes) and he is the owner of the online gallery Peruart that offers crafts from Peru
Grzegorz Spodarek

Grzegorz Spodarek

Born in 1978, he graduated from the Warsaw University in the Ukrainian Philology after finishing the Ukrainian Secondary School in Górowo Iławeckie (the Warmińsko-Mazurskie province). Since 2002 he has been a journalist of the social-cultural weekly “Nasze Słowo” published for the Ukrainian minority living in Poland.
Hana Umeda

Hana Umeda

She learned the nihon buyo dance from the master Nishikawa Fukushino from the Nishikawa-ryu school in Tokyo. She says that dance is for her a place where both of her homelands meet.

Hijran Aliyeva

A journalist and a graduate of Cultural Studies at the University of Warsaw as well as a PhD student of Polish Academy of Sciences. She is a founder of the Azerbaijani Cultural and Information Centre in Poland (2001) and a President of the Caucasian House in Poland.

„There is nothing impossible in the world! Agreement between the Caucasian nations is an indispensable need for all the citizens of this region. The Caucasian House is a forgotten past, a peaceful future and a working present. It is worth to dedicate oneself to it!”

Ifi Ude

Ifi Ude

Ifi Ude (Diana Ifeoma Ude) was born in 1986 in Enugu in Nigeria in the Ibo tribe. At the age of 3 she came to Poland (her mother’s homeland) and it changed her life forever.

Ify Nwamana

Ify Nwamana

Born in 1970 in Nigeria, Ify has been living in Warsaw since 2005. He studied English Philology and taught English to kids in Africa, Asia and Europe. The first place where he worked in Poland was the 10th-Anniversary Stadium and he described his experiences connected to his work in that place in his novel "Stadium. The Devil's Olympics".
Jan Gebert

Jan Gebert

A social activist, member of the Jewish community in Warsaw.

Julia Salerno

Julia Salerno

Born in 1978 in Buenos Aires in Argentina, Julia is a documentary editor. In 2001 she left for Italy where she worked for various TV stations and film producers from the whole country. Since July 2009 she has lived in Warsaw with her daughter and husband.
Katarzyna Czerwonogóra

Katarzyna Czerwonogóra

A sociologist, researcher of Jewish women movements and gender threads in history. She moved to Warsaw from Cracow where she co-founded the Czulent Jewish Association and tracked down the suffragettes in the Cracow Trail of Women. She is currently a member of the Polish Jewish Youth Organization and she explores the multiculturalism of Warsaw riding her bike. Almost two years after graduating from the Antidiscrimination Training Academy in Villa Decius and hosting the workshops, together with her friends from ATA she founded the foundation fundAKCJA to create and carry out classes on her own. She works as a researcher on the project by the Berlin Centre for Social Research. She likes Warsaw for its many parks and squares which in her opinion are wasted as parking space.
Katia Sokolowa-Zyzak

Katia Sokolowa-Zyzak

She was born and raised in Moscow, in a family of artistic traditions – her grandpa Mikołaj Sokołow and her father Michał Sokołow were both painters. Since 1986 she has lived and worked in Warsaw. She works with ceramics, watercolour, gouache and easel painting. Her inspirations are among other things the sources of Slavic culture. She is a member of the Polish Utility Art Association.

Ken Narutaki

Ken Narutaki

A Japanese living in Warsaw since 2005. He learned Polish in Tokio, mostly on his own. He did so because he was interested in the change of political system in Central and Eastern Europe after 1989. He has always asked whether Poland already finished the period of transformation or still has a way to go. As a modest observer of Polish society he analyses the Warsaw environment making use of his Japanese background.
Kirill Goroditskiy

Kirill Goroditskiy

A Russian journalist, photographer, media manager who is perpetually looking for the meaning of his existence. He was born in the beautiful seaside health resort Sochi, however, raised and schooled in Poland. He loves long, nocturnal, Jim Jarmusch-like conversations.
Lana Nguyen

Lana Nguyen

She is a Vietnamese born in Hanoi. She moved to Warsaw in 1990 with her parents and sister and has lived here ever since. She studies Clothing design at the High School of Art and Design in the Design department in Łódź. Fashion is her passion and she uses it every day at work as she cooperates with Polish fashion magazines and TV stations as a clothing stylist. She also loves travelling and cooking, especially the Asian and Italian cuisine.
Linas Domarackas

Linas Domarackas

He was born on April 24, 1967 in Lithuania and finished an 11-year-long Art School (1974-85) in Šiauliai (Lithuania). He finished the school in 1985 with a graduation work in watercolour. In 1988-91 he learned watercolour painting in the studio Birute Gilyte in Vilnius. In 1991-94 he studied at the Graphic Department of the Warsaw Academy of Fine Arts. Linas’ versatile artistic activity includes drawing, graphics, easel painting, sculpture, low relief carving as well as drafting and completing of small sculpture forms such as amulets, theatre stage design and all kinds of illustrations, including posters. His works are parts of private collections in Poland, Lithuania, Germany, France, the Netherlands, Switzerland, Italy, Australia, Philippines, Cambodia, Canada, Colombia, Venezuela, Norway and the USA.
Lude Reno

Lude Reno

He was born on July 5, 1978 on Martinique – a reporter, scriptwriter and director. As a reporter he mainly deals with cultural and social issues, mostly related to Poland and East Europe. He shot more than 70 original documentaries for the French TV station Trace TV. Currently, he finishes working on a documentary ‘Las Vegas Bejbe’ which features members of a dance group from Zielona Góra who come to the USA to take part in a World Hip-Hop Championship.
Luis Escobedo

Luis Escobedo

Born and raised in Trujillo in Peru, Luis has lived abroad for 10 years, the last two and a half in Warsaw. He does a doctorate at the University of Warsaw and is a vocalist of a hard rock band Yoga Terror.

Magdalena Lindner

 Magdalena Lindner was born on the 17th February 1985 in Warsaw, she comes from a family with Jewish roots. She graduated from the department of solo singing and cultural studies, as well as postgraduate studies History and Culture of Polish Jews at the Warsaw University. She is currently in the music, Jewish culture, writing, dance and she guided tours from the United States and Israel around Poland. She is associated with the Taube Foundation and the Jewish Community Center.
Maged Sahly

Maged Sahly

A Palestinian who has been living in Poland for the last 25 years. He is a journalist of both the Arabic and Polish media. He translates Polish literary works into Arabic, among others those by Leśmian and Norwid. Being a poet as well as a dreamer and traveller he claims to feel the best in Warsaw where he always likes to come back. He has many unused talents the worst of which is dancing.
Mamadou Diouf

Mamadou Diouf

He is a vocalist and comes from Senegal. He studied veterinary medicine. Mamadou sings in Polish, French and Wolof. He worked among others with Voo Voo (the album Zapłacono), currently sings in a band Tam Tam Project and is one of the three members of the Senegalese band Djolof-Man (Pako Sarr, Mamadou Diouf and Mohamed M'bow – djembe, guitar and vocal) with which he performed during the Day of African Unity project (first edition took place on May 25, 2007 in club Harenda in Warsaw) and all editions of Multicultural Warsaw Street Party. He works with the portal Afryka.org which acts to improve the image of Africa. Mamadou is also a correspondent of portal Continent Warsaw – the source of information on various multicultural initiatives in Warsaw.
Marta Gonçalves

Marta Gonçalves

She comes from a Polish-Brazilian family. Her house has always hosted Brazilian friends who taught her to walk and to dance samba at the same time. She is a samba instructor (among others in the dance school Salsa Libre) and a dancer in the Samba Axé Bahia Show which promotes Brazilian dance and culture and in a reggaeton group Labios del Fuego.
Michał Szymko

Michał Szymko

 A man of millions of fleeting fascinations. Connoisseur of beauty, both classic and eclectic. Clear sighted observer, with a constant hunger for the world. He studies Finnish philology and Eastern European philology. Loves the mornings in Estonia and the evenings in Ukraine. A tea lover. An anxious and uncontrollable soul. A man of mountains. An enthusiast of spontaneous activities and surprises. He keeps a travelling blog: http://okiemszymka.tumblr.com

Ngô Văn Tưởng

Ngô Văn Tưởng

He graduated from the Szczecin University of Technology: the Ship Institute in Ship building. For the last ten years he has lived in Warsaw and run his own business activity. In his free time he goes in for photography and journalism. He is the editor of Dan Chim Viet.

Oscar Barboza Lizano

Oscar Barboza Lizano

He specializes in Latin America and is a tropical biologist as well as an environmental consultant at SETENA – Secretaría Técnica Ambiental in Costa Rica. He is a member of Asociación por la Unidad de Nuestra América (Association for the Unity of Our America). He has lived in Warsaw for six months and currently works for the Warsaw University’s Centre for Latin-American Studies. He is a water diviner by avocation.
Paweł Łoza

Paweł Łoza

A member of a Ukrainian minority in Warsaw and a journalist of the weekly “Nasze Słowo” published for the Ukrainian minority living in Poland. He graduated from the Warsaw University in the Ukrainian Philology. Since 2002 he has been singing in the Ukrainian Male Chorus “Żurawli”. For a couple of years he has been a member of the “My” Association which popularizes in Warsaw the culture of countries East of Poland. Once he has a free moment he picks strawberries in the Kashubian region of Poland.
Stephano Sambali

Stephano Sambali

He was born in Tanzania, in the Tabora region. He came to Poland at the beginning the 1990s and settled down in Warsaw. Steve is an active promoter of Tanzanian culture as well as of cultures of other African countries. He organizes special cultural events which show customs, music, art and cuisine of various regions of Africa. Today he runs a radio show and he appeared several times on TV in programmes about Africa. He co-wrote the teacher’s guide “How to talk to Polish children about children in Africa?”
Tania Reut

Tania Reut

She has lived in Warsaw since October 2012 where she started her MA studies at the University of Warsaw. She came from Minsk in Belarus. She worked for some time as an artistic editor in a Belorussian magazine and now she studies press photography. She is mostly interested in the subject of urban space, its design and infrastructure. She would also like to write about graphics, publishing, cinema and various kinds of social initiatives.
Wvarwzeky-Wez Kombo-Bouetoumoussa

Wvarwzeky-Wez Kombo-Bouetoumoussa

Born in Kongo Brazza Ville in the city of Pionte Noir (Black Point) by the Atlantic Ocean. His professions are: electronics engineer, salesman, clergyman, diplomat and actor. He loves cooking, singing, dancing and riding a bike. He came to Poland on September 26, 2002 and has been living here ever since. He studied at the Cracow University of Technology, the Jagiellonian University, the University of Warsaw, EAD and AD. He came to Warsaw on June 25, 2005. He has a 7-months-old son Kombus and regards Warsaw to be his mother and the source of inspiration for his writing.
Yeshi Lhosar

Yeshi Lhosar

He was born in Tibet and came to Poland in the end of 1994 as a holder of Polish government scholarship to study medicine. Today he is a family doctor and is just about to become a consultant. He has been living in Poland for 16 years, 15 years of which in Warsaw and has here a family of four people. He loves long walks with his family in Warsaw parks regardless of the season and quite often enjoys going to the theatre.
Đàm Vân Anh

Đàm Vân Anh

She was born in Vietnam, however, since she was three she has been living in Warsaw where her parents had met during their studies. Instead of studying economy of management as a decent Vietnamese should, she has been wasting her time on social and artistic activities. She cooperates with the Art Foundation Arteria, founding the Five Flavours Film Festival and assisting with several other projects. She is a coordinator of the Vietnamese zone during the Multicultural Warsaw Street Party 2009. She is also a member of the group Loesje Poland and a student of sociology at the University of Warsaw (she also studied Korean Philology for some time).

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Adriana Kulig

Adriana Kulig

Aga Iwankowska

Aga Iwankowska

Salsa Libre
Agnieszka Bednarz

Agnieszka Bednarz

Ale Miodowska

Ale Miodowska

Szkoła Tańców Karaibskich SalsHall Ortodox (SHO)
Aleksandra Gutowska

Aleksandra Gutowska

Simba Friends
Aleksandra Mijakoska

Aleksandra Mijakoska

Aleksandra Toth

Aleksandra Toth

tancerka, organizatorka ArabiaNNight
Andrzej Witarzewski

Andrzej Witarzewski

Klub Japoński
Ashok Manniani

Ashok Manniani

Namaste India
Bogna Różyczka

Bogna Różyczka

Bui Ngoc Hai Nam

Bui Ngoc Hai Nam

(Mistrz Nam)
Catherine Kasima Kanda

Catherine Kasima Kanda

Afryka.org
Dagmara Białek i Urszula Jach

Dagmara Białek i Urszula Jach

(IN'YOU)
Danca Brasil & Micanga

Danca Brasil & Micanga

David Saucedo-Valle

David Saucedo-Valle

Dennissee Peralta López

Dennissee Peralta López

Warsaw Gamelan Group
Desi Shop

Desi Shop

Djolof-Man

Djolof-Man

Donell Knox

Donell Knox

(DJ D-Knox)
Dr Thupten Kunga

Dr Thupten Kunga

Tibetan Shop
Drumbastic Samba Batucada Group

Drumbastic Samba Batucada Group

Dúnia Pacheco

Dúnia Pacheco

Afro Dance Revue Mulemba
Edyta Borkowska

Edyta Borkowska

Rzeczpospolita
Ela Krawczyk

Ela Krawczyk

Stowarzyszenie Arabia.pl
Emilia Skiba

Emilia Skiba

Endalk

Endalk

Sklep "Sztuka Etiopii"
Evgen Malinovskiy

Evgen Malinovskiy

Ewa Jankowska

Ewa Jankowska

Gaspard Conde

Gaspard Conde

Strefa Rytmu
Gosia Tchorzewska

Gosia Tchorzewska

Radio Kampus
Grzesiek Leszczyński

Grzesiek Leszczyński

Radio Luxembourg
Honorata Kożuchowska

Honorata Kożuchowska

Niezła Agentka
Hovhannes Makarayn

Hovhannes Makarayn

RussianTeamParty
Ina Gruczek

Ina Gruczek

What's Up In Warsaw
Jamen Hosni

Jamen Hosni

Yalla! Centrum Obsługi Biznesu
Jana Tkachuk

Jana Tkachuk

Jana mieszka w Polsce od 2011 r. Pochodzi z Białorusi, z zachodniej jej części. Ma w sobie polskie korzenie i białoruski urok. Skończyła studia licencjackie z dziennikarstwa na UW, a w 2015 r. dostała się na stopień magisterski na SGH, kierunek - marketing. Uważa, że pisanie robi z niej człowieka.

Jarek Dudek

Jarek Dudek

Depozyt 44
Jasmin Mazloum

Jasmin Mazloum

(tancerka, choreografka, instrukotrka tańca arabskiego)
Joanna Włodarczyk

Joanna Włodarczyk

Joao Carlos do Nascimento

Joao Carlos do Nascimento

Beribazu Polonia
Julia Bui Ngoc

Julia Bui Ngoc

Szkoła Tańca z Wachlarzami Bojowymi
Julius Maduaka

Julius Maduaka

Home Africa Bar
Justyna Sucharzewska

Justyna Sucharzewska

Alapadma
Karol Wittels

Karol Wittels

Stowarzyszenie Terra Incognita
Karolina Krzywicka

Karolina Krzywicka

Muzeum Azji i Pacyfiku
Kasia Rodek

Kasia Rodek

Radio Kampus
Katarzyna Jarosińska

Katarzyna Jarosińska

Katarzyna Pogorzelska

Katarzyna Pogorzelska

Katia Sokołowa-Zyzak

Katia Sokołowa-Zyzak

(ceramika, malarstwo)
Konrad Ziędalski

Konrad Ziędalski

Lam Quang My

Lam Quang My

(poeta)
Linas Domarackas

Linas Domarackas

Kompania Litewskich Artystów
Loi Hong Diep

Loi Hong Diep

(malarstwo)
Małgorzata Kudosz

Małgorzata Kudosz

Maciej Kołodziejczak

Maciej Kołodziejczak

bebo.gazeta.pl
Marek Domański

Marek Domański

Salsa Libre
Marta Minakowska

Marta Minakowska

Marysia Zyzak

Marysia Zyzak

Mervil Castricum

Mervil Castricum

Lente Café
Miki Wielecki

Miki Wielecki

Ritmodelia
Mo Zhang

Mo Zhang

(wokalistka)
Moc Aloha

Moc Aloha

Monika Szewczyk

Monika Szewczyk

Stowarzyszenie Calendula
Musa-ler

Musa-ler

N.B.P.

N.B.P.

Natalia Tymoszuk

Natalia Tymoszuk

Nato Bochorishvili

Nato Bochorishvili

Nina Malinowska

Nina Malinowska

Odo Irawo

Odo Irawo

Olga Maciaszek-Sharma

Olga Maciaszek-Sharma

Orwa Abu Turabe

Orwa Abu Turabe

(malarstwo)
Oye

Oye

Patrycja Rosińska

Patrycja Rosińska

Stowarzyszenie Calendula
Paulina Tyburska

Paulina Tyburska

Paulina Wojciechowska

Paulina Wojciechowska

Discovery Poland
Paweł Krasiński

Paweł Krasiński

Piotr Cykowski

Piotr Cykowski

Program Tybetański Fundacji Inna Przestrzeń
Piotr Młynarski

Piotr Młynarski

Pradipto Maulik

Pradipto Maulik

Stowarzyszenie Shamiana
Pranav Nagar

Pranav Nagar

(DJ Don)
Radha Shop

Radha Shop

Razvi Hussaini

Razvi Hussaini

Promote.biz
Reda Haddad

Reda Haddad

Ska Dyktator
Ritmobloco

Ritmobloco

Robert Derlatka

Robert Derlatka

yerbamarket.com
Saikat Basu

Saikat Basu

Basu Group
Samake Yaya

Samake Yaya

(DJ Sam)

Samir Saadi

Felietonista portalu Kontynent Warszawa.

Sanna Figlarowicz

Sanna Figlarowicz

Sen Trang (Biały Lotos)

Sen Trang (Biały Lotos)

SOTO

SOTO

Stephen Sikonge

Stephen Sikonge

(DJ Steve)
Sylwia Krukowska

Sylwia Krukowska

AISEC UW
Sylwia Wydra

Sylwia Wydra

Sylwia Wysocka

Sylwia Wysocka

Tomasz Nguyen Viet

Tomasz Nguyen Viet

Viva Cuba Dance Studio

Viva Cuba Dance Studio

Warsaw Gamelan Group

Warsaw Gamelan Group

Witek Hebanowski

Witek Hebanowski

Fundacja Inna Przestrzeń
Zespół Tańca Izraelskiego

Zespół Tańca Izraelskiego

Snunit
Zuzanna Naruszewicz

Zuzanna Naruszewicz