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JanJelleNL

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Hi there, just signed up and looking forward to getting to know this community more! 

 

I'm from the Netherlands, strongly interested in mobility, urban development, sustainability, and future studies more general. And really into futures fiction as well. Special interest in East Asia, I've been learning Mandarin for a couple years and love exploring the megacities they're building over there. 


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Welcome to the forum.



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Welcome friend :)

Current status: slaving away for the math gods of Pythagoras VII.


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Welcome aboard.  I look forward to hearing more from you.


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