6. 2. 2013
I remember my first days in Prague, full of curiosity and passion for trying to understand how the social aspect of human existence is characterized in the Czech Republic. After all, I was coming from a city—Istanbul—with a population of more than 15 million people, and it contained every extreme of Eastern and Western culture (along with many fusions between the two). I knew that it would be nothing like that. On the other hand, I was expecting to find another type of fusion in Prague: a blend of post-communism and Westernization. I was interested in how such a blend would find its reflections in identities and shape individual behavior.