Cross Cultural Bridges
How to deal with the Corona Crisis
Cross Cultural Bridges facilitates cross cultural learning on how to deal with the Corona Crisis:
Share your Corona story!
People all around the world are confronted with the Corona crisis leading to feelings of stress, insecurity, anxiousness or even physical complaints. Yet, there are also many stories, in which people and organisations show creative ideas of dealing with the crisis.
We are looking for those stories, and, if available, pictures and artworks!
You may use the attached format to write your letter
Submit your Corona Virus Story or Artwork here
You can download this template (PDF) to write your Corona story.
Your file can be in the following formats
Word .doc or .docx
or just an image .jpg or .jpeg
Your file should be less than 5MB in size
Your Corona Stories
By Timo Behrens. It started in Namibia as early as March 2020, when I was on a local Namibian Tour with my guests from Europe, Germany as we depar tedinto the beloved Namibia. At first everything went smoothly, traveling and sightseeing the vast landscapes of Namibia,...
By Alexander Solórzano. Los seres humanos durante muchos años han venido desarrollando un estilo de vida moderno, un estilo de vida en donde las empresas han busca satisfacer las necesidades de cada individuo alejándolo de la autosuficiencia, con el gran atractivo de...
By Theo Boshoff. In South Africa the Coronavirus crisis is better known as the Covid-19 pandemic or simply Covid-19. Although the crisis might have the same cause, it has different outcomes and meaning for the various communities in different countries around the...
By Alan Paikes. El sábado 28 de marzo de 2020 desperté sabiendo que tenía que tomar una decisión. Lo que pocos meses atrás había empezado como una noticia curiosa al otro lado del mundo, hoy era también parte de mi realidad y ya no había manera de ignorarla. Pequeño...
By Anonymous. Pressured to stay in the office overtime, I escape finally around 11pm so that I won’ t miss the last t rain home. I make my way back to my sorry home base past midnight and then drop onto the bed. Next to the bed stands my shiny guitar I bought with my...
By Clara Lemarchand. Hours before the lockdown took effect, Parisians rushed in large numbers to train stations or took to the roads to escape the capital. It was a bit different for me, as I moved from Paris to Caen (Normandy) a couple years ago. From the capital to...