The beginning of the new year is the perfect time to start building new skills and perfect the old ones. Which skills will be the most important in the future? Read in our first blog of 2022.!
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In this week’s vlog I’m taking you around our city – Xi’an and one of my favourite parts – the Muslim Quarter. It’s full of life, has incredible food, beautiful people. You will also see some traditional Chinese self-care routines, our city walls and much more. I love how China has taught me to enjoy life and have fun! Let me know what you found the most interesting!
This week was a vrey interesting one – I held a workshop for new students about communication between cultures and saw really interesting things on the streets of Xi’an that I wanted to show you. We also had the opening of National Games of China and it was exquisite! Hope you liked it too, let me know what you want to see more of!
In this week’s vlog, I was on a shoot and discuss some topics that are quite important to me, like the way Europe and Western world presents China in the media, the differences between us and the importance of education. My husband Ivica also joined me for a short moment in my vlog. Hope you liked it and it makes you think!
This week we finally got to go back to work! Come with me as I show you around Euroasia University where I work, and meet the Univeristy culture in China!
I love challenges, so I’ve decided to give myself the ultimate one – learn and perform a show in Chinese! In this video I talk a little bit about why I’ve decided to even try this and show you what it looks like in my rehearsals with my teacher – Jane @unifons.
paring for National sports game event, the measures are very strict. We had to get tested – which was an adventure in itself – which you’ll be able to see in this video!
From an employed actress to theatre owner, producer, and self-employed actress in Croatia and then to a university professor in Xi’an, China – Vita’s life story that will inspire you and motivate you for sure!
…and then, in 2016, after reaching retirement, I moved away to China, to the city of Xi’an, 8000 kilometres from the place I was born and had lived for more than 57 years.
I am writing this introduction because I want to show using my own example how our lives are not linear.
So insecure in what I was doing, my voice shaking, counting and fearing every mistake, obsession with technique to the point where I stopped and realised – I don’t actually sing. I produce tones, and every tones carries a message: please like me, please accept me.