The author and the idea behind the blog

LIVING IN A LIQUID WORLD My name is Marco and I am a Political Science student  at the Catholic University of Milan. I received a BA in Foreign Languages, ( I attended the course titled “Expert for International relations”, and I studied English and Chinese). I live in Milan, a metropolis full of opportunities. In the past I had the opportunity to live for short periods … Continue reading The author and the idea behind the blog

Eurasian Connections-Cain from Beijing to Oslo

This is the first story of the new “Eurasian Connections” project of this blog. If you wanna learn more about it, go to the page and read the introduction I wrote. The page is free to everyone is interested in the project. I consider it a small space inside Vivere Liquido, a new experiment of linking together two different worlds through common experiences. Enjoy it! CAIN: from … Continue reading Eurasian Connections-Cain from Beijing to Oslo

Milano Liquida- Energy Boxes

Se vi è capitato di trovare per le vie della città di Milano delle centraline dei semafori diverse dal solito non preoccupatevi, non avete bisogno di fare un controllo dal medico. Da settembre infatti, le strade di Milano si sono trasformate in gallerie inaspettate di opere d’arte. Il progetto “Energy Box 2015“, nato da una collaborazione tra A2A e Fondazione AEM di Milano, si è … Continue reading Milano Liquida- Energy Boxes

Milano Liquida- Chinese New Year’s Eve Celebrations 2015

The Chinese community of Milan is becoming year after year more important for the day to day lif of Milan. The “Milanese Chinatown”, in Via Paolo Sarpi, a few hundred meters nothern than the Sempione Park, celebrated last February the “Xinnian”, the Chinese New Year’s eve. The event was cheerful, joyous and an example of how people with different traditions and custums could live together. … Continue reading Milano Liquida- Chinese New Year’s Eve Celebrations 2015

Milan Essentials: pictures of one of the most beautiful Italian cities

The new square in front of the Catholic University A small fountain with the symbol of the city The “Salotto” (the living room) of Milan The walls of the Sforzesco Castle Porta Nuova, the future of the City Piazza Affari- the financial center of Milan The Moon in Milano A Milanese tram in a foggy nigh Bar Motta, an Italian bar The fountain of “Castello” square Via Torino Largo … Continue reading Milan Essentials: pictures of one of the most beautiful Italian cities