Intercultural Interaction Germany: Learn about the culture of the JCI ECM host 2023! am 22.03.2023

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19:00 - 21:00

Ick freu mir!


JCI Berlin is the very proud host of the JCI European Capitals Meeting 2023!

2023 European Capitals Meeting 04-07th May 2023 Berlin, Germany: Home - ECM 2023

You have already registered for the conference, still thinking about it or just want to get to know JCI Berlin and the German culture?

Join us digitally for this evening!


Our JCI trainer of the evening is long time JCI Berlin member Ole Oberste Berghaus.

Ole will make sure that you understand German behaviour better and maneuver with you through cultural faux pas.

He will also pay special attention to Berlin people and their culture, something unique on its own!

All valuable competences when visiting Germany or dealing with Germans on a business, JCI or private level.


Programme of the evening:

19:00 Learn about JCI Berlin & the ECM 2023 - by Svenja Köppe

19:30 Training on German and Berlin culture - by Ole Oberste Berghaus

21:00 Open Networking


Photo Credit: Home - ECM 2023


German food (not mandatory)

While you learn about the German culture, you also want to experience it? No worries, you can prepare an easy German dessert before the training starts and enjoy it during the training.

The name of this no-bake chocolate cake is "kalter Hund" which translates to "cold dog".


- 300g coconut oil

- 125g powered sugar (icing sugar)

- 50g real / pure cacao powder

- 3 eggs

- 400g ordinary shop bought butter biscuits

- some rum to taste (leave it, if you do not want alcohol in your cake)


1. Melt the coconut oil in the saucepan and let it cool. Mix in the powdered sugar, cocoa, eggs and rum until smooth.

2. Line a loaf tin with cling film and spread a thin layer of the mixed cream on the bottom. Then alternately layer the butter biscuits with the cream so that the cake finishes with the cream.

3. Chill in the fridge for 2 hours.

4. For serving cut into slices.