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The Chinese and the Nigerian at Perugia railway station

Three continents at one coffee table. Perugia is an international little city, home to the University for Foreigners, this Umbrian town is at the centre of Italy, among beautiful Appennines. This week it will be home to a Journalism festival, where our founder, Italian journalist Francesco Conte, is participating to …

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Railway station memories in Tata, Hungary

Anna is an English teacher and journalist who was born in Hungary, where she cherishes most of her childhood memories in the small town of Tata. Here, in Tata’s railway station, she shares some personal stories about her family house, where her grandfather used to hide citizens of Jewish origin, to help …

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TerminiTV in Central New Jersey railroad station

It has served as an informal entry point to millions of immigrants, between 1890 and 1950, after their arrival to Ellis island. Central New Jersey railroad station represents much more than trains, it was, for many Europeans seeking refuge in the US, the first piece of land they could set …

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TerminiTV in Paris: Dancing tarantella in Gare du Nord

In Gare du Nord, Paris, we meet two Italians, Tullia and Mattia, who moved to Paris, where they teach “tarantella” dance. Talking of migration, here are some statistics about immigration and migration, to and from Italy. The trend is clear: immigration is decreasing, compared to migration from Italy. There is …

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The blue angel of Termini

“I am an angel. I fly through the metro, under the street”, says Tiziana, Sicilian born traveler, or rather adventurer. “I squatted all my life, and I’m not ashamed of my body. Yesterday we had sex in three, it was beautiful. You want to see my body?” She goes around …

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A year of Termini TV _ handcraft life stories

Timelapse in Termini: one year ago precisely we pressed REC for the first time. Here’s a timelapse of the best interviews in Termini train station, in Rome. After one year of work, we can already count on a weekly collaboration with “Internazionale” (and soon other online magazines) and also we’re …

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