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Karolina Demus

Torn Between West and East

“Today people like me are walking down a blind alley,” Valeriu Pescaru says. “We went to Europe for work opportunities and a decent standard of living.” But now, jobs have dried up and wages have sunk.

Read more: “Moldovan Migrants: Torn Between West and East” by Dmitri Romanovski.

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Child of the 1980s, fan of the intellectual journeys to the east from Poland, and enthusiast for a phenomenon of Eurasia. Her interests are the history of education process and theory in different cultures and regions as well as history of garden concepts. Not accidentally – both education and gardening regard potentiality and its development. She longs for the utopian Greek idea of πολυμαθής, nowadays known as the Latin term Homo Universalis – a concept of a person with an unlimited capability of acquiring knowledge.

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