The Vietnamese are the third biggest group of foreigners living in the Czech Republic. If you’re surprised by that fact, you can check my previous podcast with an explanation of a bit of a Czech-Vietnamese history.
Currently, there is already a new generation of Vietnamese-Czechs who were born in Czechia. What is it like to live as an Asian looking person in a central European country? Is it a good idea for Asians to move to the Czech Republic? Where should you go if you are planning a trip to the Czech Republic and you would like to see a bit of Vietnamese community life?
Viet Tran, a Czech journalist living in Prague answers these questions. And as he is also a Moravian he adds few tips for foreigners wanting to see this part of Czechia. Viet is also a gaming journalist, so you can look forward to a brief introduction to the world of Czech games and he also adds few tips when it comes to Czech movies and food.
P. S. Mentioned Czech words: Postřižiny, Spalovač mrtvol, špička, větrník, Kroměříž, Brno, Olomouc
I like that there is nothing to worry about in Czechia, says Vietnamese-Czech journalist Viet Tran
Both I and Tomáš Hostýnek enjoy a bit of a talk about politics. We decided to play a small game – we imagined a parallel universe where Donald Trump and Joe Biden are Czech presidential candidates. Who would have a chance of winning?
Surprisingly we found quite some parallels to the last Czech presidential elections – where it was a battle of president Zeman running for his second term and of academic Jiří Drahoš, a favorite of the liberal part of the Czech society.
P. S. If you speak Czech, you can also find our podcast on the second channel „Expatka Katka“.
Trump or Biden? Who would be the next Czech president in a parallel universe? Podcast with Tomáš H.
We are 2 Czechs (1 of us is living in the UK) and we decided to play a small game. We imagined that an Indian guy would like to move to Europe. He is not sure which country he should choose. And we will try to help him in his decision-making process. We hope that you will enjoy our friendly, easygoing, and hopefully a bit funny talk. 🙂
We covered these topics:
4. Entry costs of living
5. Unemployment rate
7. Traveling around Europe
8. Public transportation
9. Contactless payments
15. Cultural life
16. Personal freedom (Czech humor)
17. Political correctness
20. Foreign languages
Did we miss anything crucial? Let us know 🙂
P. S. If you are learning Czech you may also enjoy podcast in the Czech language “Expatka Katka”
The Czech Republic or the United Kingdom? To which European country should you move? Czech podcast
Ahoj! Hello! Today we started a new series – English interviews with Czechs or foreigners connected to the Czech Republic. It was a pleasure to have as the first guest Mr. Tomáš Hostýnek, political scientist, and teacher working at the Westbohemian University in the department of English language and literature. It is a light-hearted talk about his English language education, the world of gaming and we also spoke about the upcoming American presidential elections. Enjoy!
I always encourage my students to speak, says Czech University teacher Tomáš Hostýnek