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    My intercultural journey

    My name is Konrad Wdowiak and I was born in Poland in 1976, when the communist regime realised that less and less people support them. At one point they decided to introduce Martial Law, blocked the borders so no one could leave the country; not too many people could come in neither. And Lublin, my hometown, is the place where people of different religions and nationalities used to live together for hundreds of years. The remnants of its former burghers’ cultures are still there. During communist rule they were kept timidly hidden and never praised like those people have never existed. But they were still there: one of my friends…