Montag, 11. März 2019
Meet Rebeka Fekete, Hungarian delegation


Hello, I’m Rebeka, but my friends calls me Beki. I’m 16 years old. I live in a small village in Hungary. I’m interested in art and music, but my biggest love is biology. I can play the cello and the flute. About music, I don’t know If I have a favourite genre, but mostly I’m listening to rock or pop-rock. I love 5SOS, Papa Roach and I prevail too. I find biology interesting, especially the human body and other mammals. Later in life, I want to be a doctor.
I find it one of the most important things to get to know about other cultures and communities, that’s why I’m a member of the LGBTQ+ community. It started when I first heard about the Pride festival and parade. Then I started to look at everything about that and I was like ‘What is that?’ and ‘How does it work?’. That was like 3 years ago, this whole thing brought a lot of positive things into my life. After that I’ve become more open-minded and I’ve become more interested in other cultures.
I applied for the PeaceCamp because it’s the best opportunity to learn about each other. It is one way to make our world a great and peaceful planet!

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Meet Erika Tímea Milán, Hungarian delegation


Hey, my darlings. My name is Erika Tímea Milán, but most people calls me Era. I’m 16 years old, turning 17 in August. I live in a small village in the middle of nowhere called Péteri. I love reading, and I spend 90% of my time doing it. In the other 10% I watch series and listen to music. And go to school, but I usually read there as well, so it doesn’t count. If I’m really determined I write short stories, but these are rare occasions, and often unfinished.
I can’t really describe my music taste because it’s kinda messed up. One moment I listen to Hamilton, but the next song is from Halestorm. In conclusion I will listen to anything.
I should probably mention that I’m a media student, but to be honest that is not that important.
The reason I wanted to take part in this camp is that I love different cultures, and to learn about them. And well, this is a great opportunity, isn’t it?

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Meet Botond Ákos Szöts, Hungarian delegation


Hi! My name is Boti and I just became 16 years old. I live in Gyál, which is a small town near Budapest, Hungary. I really like sciences, my favorites are chemistry and biology. Science has always been a part of my life. When I was little, I watched David Attenborough’s films instead of any movies, and as a bedtime story my mom read out normal encyclopedias. My dream is getting a PHD in chemistry, and if I have the opportunity, one in biology too.
For a long period in my life, I played the piano. I really like playing it, but now I don’t have time to do so, so now I just listen to music. I really like rock, trip-hop, hip-hop, alternative and jazz music. My all-time favorite is Damon Albarn and any of his bands (Blur; Gorillaz; The Good, the Bad & the Queen, etc.). I’d like to go back to music school and try singing, but school is taking too much time away from me.
The reason I joined the PeaceCamp is that I’d like to know more about other cultures. My parents didn’t really show me enough of this when I was little, so I am trying to learn more about other countries past, present and future.
I am really excited about the camp, and I can’t wait until the first day, so if you’d like to contact me, you can do it through Facebook, you will only find one person with my name, and it’s going to be me.

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