The other look at Germany: Immigrants in Germany
What do the Germans really mean when they refer to a «Kehrwoche?» And what does the «Gruene Punkt» marking on packaging really mean? Where should I register my car, and what does the acronym GEZ mean? Find out the answer to these questions and have a look at Germany through the eyes of immigrants here:
Only for Kids ( but also of interest for grown-ups! )
Would you like to bake a cake for your mother for Mother´s Day? Do you need a recipe for that?
Or do you want information about German music? German athletes? Or do you just have some general questions about Germany?
The Website "Germany for kids" from the German Embassy in Washington is a treasure trove and can surely help you with a lot of questions.
Germany for Kids
Young Germany - The Arts
The arts today are encompassing new fields - from traditional visual arts to graphic design. But what about their accessibility to the public? Are the arts only a realm for the privileged? Young Germany looks at new projects working for a democratization of the arts that ensure greater online access to artistic collections, street art and murals, as well as artist residencies for young people, open atelier spaces for cultural actors, and artistic cooperations helping international artists stay "on the move."
Sign and Sight offers free access to daily reviews of Germany's cultural press, translations of keynote articles and reviews of the season's best publications.
KIKA - the ARD and ZDF children's channel
What's on KIKA?
Video broadcasts of the latest programmes
Latest KIKA programmes
THE INSTANT GERMANIZER - get real!
Don´t compromise ... Germanize!