For Peter Tichauer, the wide world was his home for a long time. His family lived abroad for many years for work reasons; Tichauer originally planned to study politics with a focus on foreign relations. “But that was a time when the relationship between China and the socialist countries was normalizing,” says the native of East Berlin. “That’s when I was approached with the question: Don’t you want to study sinology?” That’s exactly what he did.
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