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My daily cooking diary at Malvinas Väg

Hi guys! Today, I would like to share a practical and almost daily routine for every KTH student living in student accommodation: cooking! It may depend on each individual, but cooking is undoubtedly a relaxing activity to relieve my stress from the busy schoolwork. On the other hand, it is so satisfying when you are … Continue reading “My daily cooking diary at Malvinas Väg”

The Stockholm Christmas Market is live now!

As we enter December, I am sure many of you are feeling more Christmasy no matter where you are from around the globe, as this is the most important festival to celebrate in the month, if not the entire year! Thanks to the recent snowfalls and colder weather, Stockholm is filled with the white Christmas … Continue reading “The Stockholm Christmas Market is live now!”

Stockholm metro stations hunt

Hi guys! Today is the beginning of a new week, and everyone has to resume work and study. So it is high time to introduce one of the most important things that all Stockholmers need throughout the week: The Stockholm metro (Stockholms tunnelbana in Swedish)!  You might wonder, what’s unique about the metro? It exists … Continue reading “Stockholm metro stations hunt”

On: Architecture – Tham & Videgård Exhibition at ArkDes

Hej, it’s Raygo here again! Today, I will show you guys to my favourite museum in Stockholm: ArkDes, to visit a recently opened exhibition showcasing the works of Tham & Videgård. If you are an architecture or design lover like me, do not miss this! About ArkDes Founded in 1962 and located on the island … Continue reading “On: Architecture – Tham & Videgård Exhibition at ArkDes”

Support COP27 on campus!

As some may know, this year marks the 27th session of the Conference of the Parties of the UNFCCC (COP27). And the main venue is in Sharm El-Sheikh, Egypt, from 8 November to 17 November. KTH Climate Action Centre is also collaborating with We Don’t Have Time to host a hub on campus (Vallahallavägen 79), … Continue reading “Support COP27 on campus!”

Coping with Swedish winter

Hey guys, it’s Raygo here again, as the Halloween celebrations have just been over while November is taking over, which means winter is approaching. Being considered the most challenging season in Sweden, if not the entire Scandinavia, I would like to share some tips today that you may consider when coping with the Swedish winter. … Continue reading “Coping with Swedish winter”