Exhibition at the Linden-Museum | Everyday Experiences of Tübingen Students from China

Students from the International Master of Interior-Architectural Design program are working with the China Centrum Tübingen to create a cabinet exhibition at the Linden-Museum Stuttgart, which will open on January 21, 2022 and run until May 1, 2022. Visitors are welcome!

Students from China at the University of Tübingen talk about arriving in a foreign country, studying at a German university, cooking spaghetti, new friendships and old expectations. In order to gain an insight into their everyday experiences, 12 master's students from the Ludwig Uhland Institute for Empirical Cultural Studies dealt with precisely these topics. During interviews, cooking evenings, joint excursions and summer picnics, 26 Chinese partners* gave them insights into their lives in Tübingen. What do they like? Where do they encounter problems? And how can they get along better with the students from Tübingen?

The answers to these questions can be found in the cabinet exhibition, which was created in cooperation with students of the Stuttgart University of Applied Sciences and the China Centrum Tübingen. The association Freunde der HFT Stuttgart e.V. has financially supported the HFT participation in this project.

The exhibition is accompanied by a catalog, which is available at a price of € 19.90 in the museum store and online on the website of TVV Verlag.


The exhibition opening is on January 21, 2022 at 4 pm. It will take place digitally.

Welcome: Katja Scharff M.A., Exhibition Coordinator of the Linden-Museum Stuttgart Greetings: Dr. Hailong Jiao, Chinese Consul for Culture and Education

Prof. Dr. Monique Scheer, Vice-Rector for International Affairs and Diversity at the University of Tübingen

Prof. Dr. Helwig Schmidt-Glintzer, Director of the China Centrum Tübingen

Dipl.-Ing. Bernd Göhner, Friends of the Stuttgart University of Applied Sciences e. V. Introduction: Chapter Germany Students from the Ludwig Uhland Institute for Empirical Cultural Studies at the University of Tübingen will present the project.

Publish date: 13. January 2022 By Michaela Leipersberger-Linder ()