A country where I learned

In order to raise awareness of mobility schemes, to remove apprehensions and to encourage people to want to go abroad, the Ministry of Cities, Youth and Sport has just launched an original scheme devised by La Tengo, publisher of the magazines Schnock and Charles, in partnership with Air France.

This scheme, entitled “A country where I learned“, is made up of two parts:
– The organisation of a photo competition from 2 to 31 January 2017, with the first prize of 2 long-haul return flights offered by Air France. To try your luck, click here

– Filmed interviews with French personalities who have experienced great moments abroad. Among these celebrities, we find all types of profiles:

The personalities are comedians like the Count of Bouderbala, sportsmen like Matthias Dandois (BMX world champion) or the Soul Flyers, stylists like Inès Mercadal, artists like Møme or Fakear, TV hosts like Mareva Galanter, Youtubers like Maxime Musqua, a master pastry chef, Christophe Michalak, or business leaders like Xavier Niel.
To watch the interviews, go to here.