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Basel
By DooG Reporter
29 Jan 2021

ANDRÉ EIERMANN André is a 46 years-old general manager. He deals with coffee and he is in the corporate environment since almost 15 years; combining skills and passion for the product, he won the “Swiss Barista Championship” in 2017 and he competed for the World title in Seoul in the same year. All these goals gave him a lot of visibility and the possibility to decide who work for. At the end of March 2020 he should have moved with the whole family from Switzerland to Australia because he accepted a new job position, but due to the Covid-19 restrictions, everything has been postponed. Alas they where all ready to move: the rent of the house in Berna had been ended, all their belongings had been packed and sent to Melbourne, kids had been cancelled from school. In conclusion, everything was ready to go and now everything is stuck with any date at the horizon. André is father of a 7 and 2 years old kids who actually are not with him. Due to a sudden mourning in her family, the wife and the kids needed to go back in Japan during the summer and they have been stuck too. This umpteenth unexpected event has further complicated the already difficult situation. After various movement from a temporary house to another, André now is living in Basel and he has seeing his family since the first week of July just from his laptop. Due to the different time zone, every morning he wakes up at 2 a.m. and, in order to not lose the year in school, he has become his daughter’s teachers. Every morning he personally take care of her teaching rigorously in German language. After the home schooling session, around 5:30 a.m. it will start from remote his daily job with Australia; the Italian company who is employed for, it gave him the possibility to work from home while he is waiting for to move there. In the mean time he is keep on doing his personal studies about coffee; in collaboration with the Zurich University of Applied Science, who gives him the access to its laboratory, they have just published an important study about coffee on in the pages of the famous magazine Nature-Research. His daily job routine goes on with afternoons phonically and it end with the management of the company social media, who has entered in the meantime in the new day. To keep on having a bit of mental and physical balance, during all these months André is trying to daily go out for a walk in the little spare time and also he is attending a weekly session of breathy meditation. It helps him to reduce the stress and to put aside the frustration of the situation. It is not easy to remain mentally stable, especially for a subject that already went through a tough time of his life, when has been forced to face and deal with himself. In this situation dictated by the pandemic, the balance of the couple is also seriously undermined: the prolonged distance, the different time zone, the physical and emotional support that is sometimes lacking, the fear of contracting the virus and the uncertainty of the leaving time. All these difficulties are strongly challenging him. While we are looking at the Rhine river, André reminds me when he was a little boy and wanted to leave Basel to go and discover the world; get on a boat and swept away by the current, following the course of the river to north and discover what was there. Today, due to Covid-19, he is paradoxically stuck again in that city he once left behind and he is waiting to leave to the other side of the world to hug his children again.

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Stuck in the limbo of the balkan rout...
Bihać
By DooG Reporter
22 Jan 2021

Bihać, Bosnia Herzegovina, January 2021.

Migrants. Almost half of the 140.000 migrants currently in the Balkans are single men on the road for several years, sometimes “just” two, sometimes even more than 5. They left Afghanistan, Pakistan, Iran, Iraq and middle east areas due to religious persecutions, political intolerance, poverty, conflicts, and they slowly moved towards Europe by any means of legal or illegal transport. They are mostly between 15 and 30 years old and they have spent part of their youth illegally crossing borders, illegally because their passport worth nothing around the world. Now, due to the current European political situation and the Covid-19 pandemic, these thousands of people are stuck in Bosnia Herzegovina waiting for the right conditions to crack “the game”. GAME, migrants expression for their chance to enter the European Union by land and seek asylum. They walk through the woods in the middle of the winter season for two weeks, they sleep under the sky, afraid of wild animals and worried about local authorities. Each of them has tried the game at least twice. Therefore, they have walked for days and days in the middle of a snowstorm, socked with wet clothes, colder and colder, with little food and no shelter. If their portrait is among those,  it means they have been caught by Croatian, or Slovenian, or even Italian police, and with any respect of human rights, been beaten and deported back to Bosnia Herzegovina. Once back, some of them find shelter in the Temporary Reception Centres of the Una-Sana Canton, the area closest to the Croatian border, others live around the city in broken buildings, waiting for the best moment to try again. After the recent closure of the TRC of Lipa due to a fire that occurred on December 23rd 2020, part of the over 1500 migrants resident there, decided to move from the ruin of the tends to the neighbouring city of Bihać, 30km away from the TRC. Dom Penzjonera, the former pension for retirement, located close to the Una river in the center of the city, now welcomes about 115 migrants. It has never been finished and it doesn’t provide water, electricity and any kind of heating. They are all single men between 15 and 30 years old, all of them determined to crack the game, all of them stuck in the Balkans area but determined to enter in the European Union, to thrive education, job, dignity and a better life, all of them determined to fight for their rights.

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Corona Veterans | What’s left after t...
Northern Italy
By DooG Reporter
24 Aug 2020

During the last long months, Italian healthcare workers’ lives have been disrupted by SARS-CoV-2, a Coronavirus that has killed thousands of people due to Severe and Acute Respiratory Syndrome. Since February 21st, 2020 - the day when the first infected patient was diagnosed in Italy - all General Practitioners, Nurses, Intensive Care Specialist, Healthcare Assistant, Volunteers, and Doctors of every speciality have been committed to taking the country out of this pandemic that has affected indistinctly healthy and ill people, young and old, ordinary citizens and health workers themselves.

But how has Coronavirus impacted all health care workers who have been working full time in those COVID-19 units? Their efforts caused a high emotional impact, a cost difficult to quantify, and often equally difficult to identify and evaluate.

In their working sphere, all these people have been deprived of their medical and ethical certainties, they have been thrown onto a battlefield to fight without appropriate weapons or strategy and several of them have fallen on that field. In the private sphere, they had to fight against the fear of finding themselves in danger and being the cause of the potential contagion of their beloved ones.

Each of them had a tiring and highly stressful experience.

The unknown and uncertainties of the disease, the emotional distance caused by the physical barrier of PPE when dealing with patients, the responsibility of taking quick and tough decisions, and the rising toll of deaths. The unbearable heat inside the suit, the misty sight, the heavy breaths behind the masks. The screamed but distorted voices, the communication at sight, the common fear in doctors and patients’ eyes during intubation. The tears in the shower, the confinement from the beloved, the lack of a hug in times of need, the forced detachment for their salvation. The recurring nightmares, the thought to colleagues, the anger against the system. The contagion. The forced isolation at home. The fear of dying. The Impotence.

“…don’t call us heroes, we are not heroes…heroes get sacrificed, we cannot” (cit. Healthcare workers)

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Basel
By DooG Reporter
05 Jan 2021

ANDRÉ EIERMANN André is a 46 years-old general manager. He deals with coffee and he is in the corporate environment since almost 15 years; combining skills and passion for the product, he won the “Swiss Barista Championship” in 2017 and he competed for the World title in Seoul in the same year. All these goals gave him a lot of visibility and the possibility to decide who work for. At the end of March 2020 he should have moved with the whole family from Switzerland to Australia because he accepted a new job position, but due to the Covid-19 restrictions, everything has been postponed. Alas they where all ready to move: the rent of the house in Berna had been ended, all their belongings had been packed and sent to Melbourne, kids had been cancelled from school. In conclusion, everything was ready to go and now everything is stuck with any date at the horizon. André is father of a 7 and 2 years old kids who actually are not with him. Due to a sudden mourning in her family, the wife and the kids needed to go back in Japan during the summer and they have been stuck too. This umpteenth unexpected event has further complicated the already difficult situation. After various movement from a temporary house to another, André now is living in Basel and he has seeing his family since the first week of July just from his laptop. Due to the different time zone, every morning he wakes up at 2 a.m. and, in order to not lose the year in school, he has become his daughter’s teachers. Every morning he personally take care of her teaching rigorously in German language. After the home schooling session, around 5:30 a.m. it will start from remote his daily job with Australia; the Italian company who is employed for, it gave him the possibility to work from home while he is waiting for to move there. In the mean time he is keep on doing his personal studies about coffee; in collaboration with the Zurich University of Applied Science, who gives him the access to its laboratory, they have just published an important study about coffee on in the pages of the famous magazine Nature-Research. His daily job routine goes on with afternoons phonically and it end with the management of the company social media, who has entered in the meantime in the new day. To keep on having a bit of mental and physical balance, during all these months André is trying to daily go out for a walk in the little spare time and also he is attending a weekly session of breathy meditation. It helps him to reduce the stress and to put aside the frustration of the situation. It is not easy to remain mentally stable, especially for a subject that already went through a tough time of his life, when has been forced to face and deal with himself. In this situation dictated by the pandemic, the balance of the couple is also seriously undermined: the prolonged distance, the different time zone, the physical and emotional support that is sometimes lacking, the fear of contracting the virus and the uncertainty of the leaving time. All these difficulties are strongly challenging him. While we are looking at the Rhine river, André reminds me when he was a little boy and wanted to leave Basel to go and discover the world; get on a boat and swept away by the current, following the course of the river to north and discover what was there. Today, due to Covid-19, he is paradoxically stuck again in that city he once left behind and he is waiting to leave to the other side of the world to hug his children again.

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Basel
By DooG Reporter
04 Jan 2021

ANDRÉ EIERMANN André is a 46 years-old general manager. He deals with coffee and he is in the corporate environment since almost 15 years; combining skills and passion for the product, he won the “Swiss Barista Championship” in 2017 and he competed for the World title in Seoul in the same year. All these goals gave him a lot of visibility and the possibility to decide who work for. At the end of March 2020 he should have moved with the whole family from Switzerland to Australia because he accepted a new job position, but due to the Covid-19 restrictions, everything has been postponed. Alas they where all ready to move: the rent of the house in Berna had been ended, all their belongings had been packed and sent to Melbourne, kids had been cancelled from school. In conclusion, everything was ready to go and now everything is stuck with any date at the horizon. André is father of a 7 and 2 years old kids who actually are not with him. Due to a sudden mourning in her family, the wife and the kids needed to go back in Japan during the summer and they have been stuck too. This umpteenth unexpected event has further complicated the already difficult situation. After various movement from a temporary house to another, André now is living in Basel and he has seeing his family since the first week of July just from his laptop. Due to the different time zone, every morning he wakes up at 2 a.m. and, in order to not lose the year in school, he has become his daughter’s teachers. Every morning he personally take care of her teaching rigorously in German language. After the home schooling session, around 5:30 a.m. it will start from remote his daily job with Australia; the Italian company who is employed for, it gave him the possibility to work from home while he is waiting for to move there. In the mean time he is keep on doing his personal studies about coffee; in collaboration with the Zurich University of Applied Science, who gives him the access to its laboratory, they have just published an important study about coffee on in the pages of the famous magazine Nature-Research. His daily job routine goes on with afternoons phonically and it end with the management of the company social media, who has entered in the meantime in the new day. To keep on having a bit of mental and physical balance, during all these months André is trying to daily go out for a walk in the little spare time and also he is attending a weekly session of breathy meditation. It helps him to reduce the stress and to put aside the frustration of the situation. It is not easy to remain mentally stable, especially for a subject that already went through a tough time of his life, when has been forced to face and deal with himself. In this situation dictated by the pandemic, the balance of the couple is also seriously undermined: the prolonged distance, the different time zone, the physical and emotional support that is sometimes lacking, the fear of contracting the virus and the uncertainty of the leaving time. All these difficulties are strongly challenging him. While we are looking at the Rhine river, André reminds me when he was a little boy and wanted to leave Basel to go and discover the world; get on a boat and swept away by the current, following the course of the river to north and discover what was there. Today, due to Covid-19, he is paradoxically stuck again in that city he once left behind and he is waiting to leave to the other side of the world to hug his children again.

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Basel
By DooG Reporter
07 Dec 2020

ANDRÉ EIERMANN André is a 46 years-old general manager. He deals with coffee and he is in the corporate environment since almost 15 years; combining skills and passion for the product, he won the “Swiss Barista Championship” in 2017 and he competed for the World title in Seoul in the same year. All these goals gave him a lot of visibility and the possibility to decide who work for. At the end of March 2020 he should have moved with the whole family from Switzerland to Australia because he accepted a new job position, but due to the Covid-19 restrictions, everything has been postponed. Alas they where all ready to move: the rent of the house in Berna had been ended, all their belongings had been packed and sent to Melbourne, kids had been cancelled from school. In conclusion, everything was ready to go and now everything is stuck with any date at the horizon. André is father of a 7 and 2 years old kids who actually are not with him. Due to a sudden mourning in her family, the wife and the kids needed to go back in Japan during the summer and they have been stuck too. This umpteenth unexpected event has further complicated the already difficult situation. After various movement from a temporary house to another, André now is living in Basel and he has seeing his family since the first week of July just from his laptop. Due to the different time zone, every morning he wakes up at 2 a.m. and, in order to not lose the year in school, he has become his daughter’s teachers. Every morning he personally take care of her teaching rigorously in German language. After the home schooling session, around 5:30 a.m. it will start from remote his daily job with Australia; the Italian company who is employed for, it gave him the possibility to work from home while he is waiting for to move there. In the mean time he is keep on doing his personal studies about coffee; in collaboration with the Zurich University of Applied Science, who gives him the access to its laboratory, they have just published an important study about coffee on in the pages of the famous magazine Nature-Research. His daily job routine goes on with afternoons phonically and it end with the management of the company social media, who has entered in the meantime in the new day. To keep on having a bit of mental and physical balance, during all these months André is trying to daily go out for a walk in the little spare time and also he is attending a weekly session of breathy meditation. It helps him to reduce the stress and to put aside the frustration of the situation. It is not easy to remain mentally stable, especially for a subject that already went through a tough time of his life, when has been forced to face and deal with himself. In this situation dictated by the pandemic, the balance of the couple is also seriously undermined: the prolonged distance, the different time zone, the physical and emotional support that is sometimes lacking, the fear of contracting the virus and the uncertainty of the leaving time. All these difficulties are strongly challenging him. While we are looking at the Rhine river, André reminds me when he was a little boy and wanted to leave Basel to go and discover the world; get on a boat and swept away by the current, following the course of the river to north and discover what was there. Today, due to Covid-19, he is paradoxically stuck again in that city he once left behind and he is waiting to leave to the other side of the world to hug his children again.

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Basel
By DooG Reporter
22 Dec 2020

ANDRÉ EIERMANN André is a 46 years-old general manager. He deals with coffee and he is in the corporate environment since almost 15 years; combining skills and passion for the product, he won the “Swiss Barista Championship” in 2017 and he competed for the World title in Seoul in the same year. All these goals gave him a lot of visibility and the possibility to decide who work for. At the end of March 2020 he should have moved with the whole family from Switzerland to Australia because he accepted a new job position, but due to the Covid-19 restrictions, everything has been postponed. Alas they where all ready to move: the rent of the house in Berna had been ended, all their belongings had been packed and sent to Melbourne, kids had been cancelled from school. In conclusion, everything was ready to go and now everything is stuck with any date at the horizon. André is father of a 7 and 2 years old kids who actually are not with him. Due to a sudden mourning in her family, the wife and the kids needed to go back in Japan during the summer and they have been stuck too. This umpteenth unexpected event has further complicated the already difficult situation. After various movement from a temporary house to another, André now is living in Basel and he has seeing his family since the first week of July just from his laptop. Due to the different time zone, every morning he wakes up at 2 a.m. and, in order to not lose the year in school, he has become his daughter’s teachers. Every morning he personally take care of her teaching rigorously in German language. After the home schooling session, around 5:30 a.m. it will start from remote his daily job with Australia; the Italian company who is employed for, it gave him the possibility to work from home while he is waiting for to move there. In the mean time he is keep on doing his personal studies about coffee; in collaboration with the Zurich University of Applied Science, who gives him the access to its laboratory, they have just published an important study about coffee on in the pages of the famous magazine Nature-Research. His daily job routine goes on with afternoons phonically and it end with the management of the company social media, who has entered in the meantime in the new day. To keep on having a bit of mental and physical balance, during all these months André is trying to daily go out for a walk in the little spare time and also he is attending a weekly session of breathy meditation. It helps him to reduce the stress and to put aside the frustration of the situation. It is not easy to remain mentally stable, especially for a subject that already went through a tough time of his life, when has been forced to face and deal with himself. In this situation dictated by the pandemic, the balance of the couple is also seriously undermined: the prolonged distance, the different time zone, the physical and emotional support that is sometimes lacking, the fear of contracting the virus and the uncertainty of the leaving time. All these difficulties are strongly challenging him. While we are looking at the Rhine river, André reminds me when he was a little boy and wanted to leave Basel to go and discover the world; get on a boat and swept away by the current, following the course of the river to north and discover what was there. Today, due to Covid-19, he is paradoxically stuck again in that city he once left behind and he is waiting to leave to the other side of the world to hug his children again.

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Basel
By DooG Reporter
04 Dec 2020

ANDRÉ EIERMANN André is a 46 years-old general manager. He deals with coffee and he is in the corporate environment since almost 15 years; combining skills and passion for the product, he won the “Swiss Barista Championship” in 2017 and he competed for the World title in Seoul in the same year. All these goals gave him a lot of visibility and the possibility to decide who work for. At the end of March 2020 he should have moved with the whole family from Switzerland to Australia because he accepted a new job position, but due to the Covid-19 restrictions, everything has been postponed. Alas they where all ready to move: the rent of the house in Berna had been ended, all their belongings had been packed and sent to Melbourne, kids had been cancelled from school. In conclusion, everything was ready to go and now everything is stuck with any date at the horizon. André is father of a 7 and 2 years old kids who actually are not with him. Due to a sudden mourning in her family, the wife and the kids needed to go back in Japan during the summer and they have been stuck too. This umpteenth unexpected event has further complicated the already difficult situation. After various movement from a temporary house to another, André now is living in Basel and he has seeing his family since the first week of July just from his laptop. Due to the different time zone, every morning he wakes up at 2 a.m. and, in order to not lose the year in school, he has become his daughter’s teachers. Every morning he personally take care of her teaching rigorously in German language. After the home schooling session, around 5:30 a.m. it will start from remote his daily job with Australia; the Italian company who is employed for, it gave him the possibility to work from home while he is waiting for to move there. In the mean time he is keep on doing his personal studies about coffee; in collaboration with the Zurich University of Applied Science, who gives him the access to its laboratory, they have just published an important study about coffee on in the pages of the famous magazine Nature-Research. His daily job routine goes on with afternoons phonically and it end with the management of the company social media, who has entered in the meantime in the new day. To keep on having a bit of mental and physical balance, during all these months André is trying to daily go out for a walk in the little spare time and also he is attending a weekly session of breathy meditation. It helps him to reduce the stress and to put aside the frustration of the situation. It is not easy to remain mentally stable, especially for a subject that already went through a tough time of his life, when has been forced to face and deal with himself. In this situation dictated by the pandemic, the balance of the couple is also seriously undermined: the prolonged distance, the different time zone, the physical and emotional support that is sometimes lacking, the fear of contracting the virus and the uncertainty of the leaving time. All these difficulties are strongly challenging him. While we are looking at the Rhine river, André reminds me when he was a little boy and wanted to leave Basel to go and discover the world; get on a boat and swept away by the current, following the course of the river to north and discover what was there. Today, due to Covid-19, he is paradoxically stuck again in that city he once left behind and he is waiting to leave to the other side of the world to hug his children again.

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Basel
By DooG Reporter
04 Dec 2020

ANDRÉ EIERMANN André is a 46 years-old general manager. He deals with coffee and he is in the corporate environment since almost 15 years; combining skills and passion for the product, he won the “Swiss Barista Championship” in 2017 and he competed for the World title in Seoul in the same year. All these goals gave him a lot of visibility and the possibility to decide who work for. At the end of March 2020 he should have moved with the whole family from Switzerland to Australia because he accepted a new job position, but due to the Covid-19 restrictions, everything has been postponed. Alas they where all ready to move: the rent of the house in Berna had been ended, all their belongings had been packed and sent to Melbourne, kids had been cancelled from school. In conclusion, everything was ready to go and now everything is stuck with any date at the horizon. André is father of a 7 and 2 years old kids who actually are not with him. Due to a sudden mourning in her family, the wife and the kids needed to go back in Japan during the summer and they have been stuck too. This umpteenth unexpected event has further complicated the already difficult situation. After various movement from a temporary house to another, André now is living in Basel and he has seeing his family since the first week of July just from his laptop. Due to the different time zone, every morning he wakes up at 2 a.m. and, in order to not lose the year in school, he has become his daughter’s teachers. Every morning he personally take care of her teaching rigorously in German language. After the home schooling session, around 5:30 a.m. it will start from remote his daily job with Australia; the Italian company who is employed for, it gave him the possibility to work from home while he is waiting for to move there. In the mean time he is keep on doing his personal studies about coffee; in collaboration with the Zurich University of Applied Science, who gives him the access to its laboratory, they have just published an important study about coffee on in the pages of the famous magazine Nature-Research. His daily job routine goes on with afternoons phonically and it end with the management of the company social media, who has entered in the meantime in the new day. To keep on having a bit of mental and physical balance, during all these months André is trying to daily go out for a walk in the little spare time and also he is attending a weekly session of breathy meditation. It helps him to reduce the stress and to put aside the frustration of the situation. It is not easy to remain mentally stable, especially for a subject that already went through a tough time of his life, when has been forced to face and deal with himself. In this situation dictated by the pandemic, the balance of the couple is also seriously undermined: the prolonged distance, the different time zone, the physical and emotional support that is sometimes lacking, the fear of contracting the virus and the uncertainty of the leaving time. All these difficulties are strongly challenging him. While we are looking at the Rhine river, André reminds me when he was a little boy and wanted to leave Basel to go and discover the world; get on a boat and swept away by the current, following the course of the river to north and discover what was there. Today, due to Covid-19, he is paradoxically stuck again in that city he once left behind and he is waiting to leave to the other side of the world to hug his children again.

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Basel
By DooG Reporter
08 Jan 2021

ANDRÉ EIERMANN André is a 46 years-old general manager. He deals with coffee and he is in the corporate environment since almost 15 years; combining skills and passion for the product, he won the “Swiss Barista Championship” in 2017 and he competed for the World title in Seoul in the same year. All these goals gave him a lot of visibility and the possibility to decide who work for. At the end of March 2020 he should have moved with the whole family from Switzerland to Australia because he accepted a new job position, but due to the Covid-19 restrictions, everything has been postponed. Alas they where all ready to move: the rent of the house in Berna had been ended, all their belongings had been packed and sent to Melbourne, kids had been cancelled from school. In conclusion, everything was ready to go and now everything is stuck with any date at the horizon. André is father of a 7 and 2 years old kids who actually are not with him. Due to a sudden mourning in her family, the wife and the kids needed to go back in Japan during the summer and they have been stuck too. This umpteenth unexpected event has further complicated the already difficult situation. After various movement from a temporary house to another, André now is living in Basel and he has seeing his family since the first week of July just from his laptop. Due to the different time zone, every morning he wakes up at 2 a.m. and, in order to not lose the year in school, he has become his daughter’s teachers. Every morning he personally take care of her teaching rigorously in German language. After the home schooling session, around 5:30 a.m. it will start from remote his daily job with Australia; the Italian company who is employed for, it gave him the possibility to work from home while he is waiting for to move there. In the mean time he is keep on doing his personal studies about coffee; in collaboration with the Zurich University of Applied Science, who gives him the access to its laboratory, they have just published an important study about coffee on in the pages of the famous magazine Nature-Research. His daily job routine goes on with afternoons phonically and it end with the management of the company social media, who has entered in the meantime in the new day. To keep on having a bit of mental and physical balance, during all these months André is trying to daily go out for a walk in the little spare time and also he is attending a weekly session of breathy meditation. It helps him to reduce the stress and to put aside the frustration of the situation. It is not easy to remain mentally stable, especially for a subject that already went through a tough time of his life, when has been forced to face and deal with himself. In this situation dictated by the pandemic, the balance of the couple is also seriously undermined: the prolonged distance, the different time zone, the physical and emotional support that is sometimes lacking, the fear of contracting the virus and the uncertainty of the leaving time. All these difficulties are strongly challenging him. While we are looking at the Rhine river, André reminds me when he was a little boy and wanted to leave Basel to go and discover the world; get on a boat and swept away by the current, following the course of the river to north and discover what was there. Today, due to Covid-19, he is paradoxically stuck again in that city he once left behind and he is waiting to leave to the other side of the world to hug his children again.

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Basel
By DooG Reporter
08 Jan 2021

ANDRÉ EIERMANN André is a 46 years-old general manager. He deals with coffee and he is in the corporate environment since almost 15 years; combining skills and passion for the product, he won the “Swiss Barista Championship” in 2017 and he competed for the World title in Seoul in the same year. All these goals gave him a lot of visibility and the possibility to decide who work for. At the end of March 2020 he should have moved with the whole family from Switzerland to Australia because he accepted a new job position, but due to the Covid-19 restrictions, everything has been postponed. Alas they where all ready to move: the rent of the house in Berna had been ended, all their belongings had been packed and sent to Melbourne, kids had been cancelled from school. In conclusion, everything was ready to go and now everything is stuck with any date at the horizon. André is father of a 7 and 2 years old kids who actually are not with him. Due to a sudden mourning in her family, the wife and the kids needed to go back in Japan during the summer and they have been stuck too. This umpteenth unexpected event has further complicated the already difficult situation. After various movement from a temporary house to another, André now is living in Basel and he has seeing his family since the first week of July just from his laptop. Due to the different time zone, every morning he wakes up at 2 a.m. and, in order to not lose the year in school, he has become his daughter’s teachers. Every morning he personally take care of her teaching rigorously in German language. After the home schooling session, around 5:30 a.m. it will start from remote his daily job with Australia; the Italian company who is employed for, it gave him the possibility to work from home while he is waiting for to move there. In the mean time he is keep on doing his personal studies about coffee; in collaboration with the Zurich University of Applied Science, who gives him the access to its laboratory, they have just published an important study about coffee on in the pages of the famous magazine Nature-Research. His daily job routine goes on with afternoons phonically and it end with the management of the company social media, who has entered in the meantime in the new day. To keep on having a bit of mental and physical balance, during all these months André is trying to daily go out for a walk in the little spare time and also he is attending a weekly session of breathy meditation. It helps him to reduce the stress and to put aside the frustration of the situation. It is not easy to remain mentally stable, especially for a subject that already went through a tough time of his life, when has been forced to face and deal with himself. In this situation dictated by the pandemic, the balance of the couple is also seriously undermined: the prolonged distance, the different time zone, the physical and emotional support that is sometimes lacking, the fear of contracting the virus and the uncertainty of the leaving time. All these difficulties are strongly challenging him. While we are looking at the Rhine river, André reminds me when he was a little boy and wanted to leave Basel to go and discover the world; get on a boat and swept away by the current, following the course of the river to north and discover what was there. Today, due to Covid-19, he is paradoxically stuck again in that city he once left behind and he is waiting to leave to the other side of the world to hug his children again.

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Basel
By DooG Reporter
08 Jan 2021

ANDRÉ EIERMANN André is a 46 years-old general manager. He deals with coffee and he is in the corporate environment since almost 15 years; combining skills and passion for the product, he won the “Swiss Barista Championship” in 2017 and he competed for the World title in Seoul in the same year. All these goals gave him a lot of visibility and the possibility to decide who work for. At the end of March 2020 he should have moved with the whole family from Switzerland to Australia because he accepted a new job position, but due to the Covid-19 restrictions, everything has been postponed. Alas they where all ready to move: the rent of the house in Berna had been ended, all their belongings had been packed and sent to Melbourne, kids had been cancelled from school. In conclusion, everything was ready to go and now everything is stuck with any date at the horizon. André is father of a 7 and 2 years old kids who actually are not with him. Due to a sudden mourning in her family, the wife and the kids needed to go back in Japan during the summer and they have been stuck too. This umpteenth unexpected event has further complicated the already difficult situation. After various movement from a temporary house to another, André now is living in Basel and he has seeing his family since the first week of July just from his laptop. Due to the different time zone, every morning he wakes up at 2 a.m. and, in order to not lose the year in school, he has become his daughter’s teachers. Every morning he personally take care of her teaching rigorously in German language. After the home schooling session, around 5:30 a.m. it will start from remote his daily job with Australia; the Italian company who is employed for, it gave him the possibility to work from home while he is waiting for to move there. In the mean time he is keep on doing his personal studies about coffee; in collaboration with the Zurich University of Applied Science, who gives him the access to its laboratory, they have just published an important study about coffee on in the pages of the famous magazine Nature-Research. His daily job routine goes on with afternoons phonically and it end with the management of the company social media, who has entered in the meantime in the new day. To keep on having a bit of mental and physical balance, during all these months André is trying to daily go out for a walk in the little spare time and also he is attending a weekly session of breathy meditation. It helps him to reduce the stress and to put aside the frustration of the situation. It is not easy to remain mentally stable, especially for a subject that already went through a tough time of his life, when has been forced to face and deal with himself. In this situation dictated by the pandemic, the balance of the couple is also seriously undermined: the prolonged distance, the different time zone, the physical and emotional support that is sometimes lacking, the fear of contracting the virus and the uncertainty of the leaving time. All these difficulties are strongly challenging him. While we are looking at the Rhine river, André reminds me when he was a little boy and wanted to leave Basel to go and discover the world; get on a boat and swept away by the current, following the course of the river to north and discover what was there. Today, due to Covid-19, he is paradoxically stuck again in that city he once left behind and he is waiting to leave to the other side of the world to hug his children again.

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Basel
By DooG Reporter
18 Dec 2020

ANDRÉ EIERMANN André is a 46 years-old general manager. He deals with coffee and he is in the corporate environment since almost 15 years; combining skills and passion for the product, he won the “Swiss Barista Championship” in 2017 and he competed for the World title in Seoul in the same year. All these goals gave him a lot of visibility and the possibility to decide who work for. At the end of March 2020 he should have moved with the whole family from Switzerland to Australia because he accepted a new job position, but due to the Covid-19 restrictions, everything has been postponed. Alas they where all ready to move: the rent of the house in Berna had been ended, all their belongings had been packed and sent to Melbourne, kids had been cancelled from school. In conclusion, everything was ready to go and now everything is stuck with any date at the horizon. André is father of a 7 and 2 years old kids who actually are not with him. Due to a sudden mourning in her family, the wife and the kids needed to go back in Japan during the summer and they have been stuck too. This umpteenth unexpected event has further complicated the already difficult situation. After various movement from a temporary house to another, André now is living in Basel and he has seeing his family since the first week of July just from his laptop. Due to the different time zone, every morning he wakes up at 2 a.m. and, in order to not lose the year in school, he has become his daughter’s teachers. Every morning he personally take care of her teaching rigorously in German language. After the home schooling session, around 5:30 a.m. it will start from remote his daily job with Australia; the Italian company who is employed for, it gave him the possibility to work from home while he is waiting for to move there. In the mean time he is keep on doing his personal studies about coffee; in collaboration with the Zurich University of Applied Science, who gives him the access to its laboratory, they have just published an important study about coffee on in the pages of the famous magazine Nature-Research. His daily job routine goes on with afternoons phonically and it end with the management of the company social media, who has entered in the meantime in the new day. To keep on having a bit of mental and physical balance, during all these months André is trying to daily go out for a walk in the little spare time and also he is attending a weekly session of breathy meditation. It helps him to reduce the stress and to put aside the frustration of the situation. It is not easy to remain mentally stable, especially for a subject that already went through a tough time of his life, when has been forced to face and deal with himself. In this situation dictated by the pandemic, the balance of the couple is also seriously undermined: the prolonged distance, the different time zone, the physical and emotional support that is sometimes lacking, the fear of contracting the virus and the uncertainty of the leaving time. All these difficulties are strongly challenging him. While we are looking at the Rhine river, André reminds me when he was a little boy and wanted to leave Basel to go and discover the world; get on a boat and swept away by the current, following the course of the river to north and discover what was there. Today, due to Covid-19, he is paradoxically stuck again in that city he once left behind and he is waiting to leave to the other side of the world to hug his children again.

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Basel
By DooG Reporter
04 Jan 2021

ANDRÉ EIERMANN André is a 46 years-old general manager. He deals with coffee and he is in the corporate environment since almost 15 years; combining skills and passion for the product, he won the “Swiss Barista Championship” in 2017 and he competed for the World title in Seoul in the same year. All these goals gave him a lot of visibility and the possibility to decide who work for. At the end of March 2020 he should have moved with the whole family from Switzerland to Australia because he accepted a new job position, but due to the Covid-19 restrictions, everything has been postponed. Alas they where all ready to move: the rent of the house in Berna had been ended, all their belongings had been packed and sent to Melbourne, kids had been cancelled from school. In conclusion, everything was ready to go and now everything is stuck with any date at the horizon. André is father of a 7 and 2 years old kids who actually are not with him. Due to a sudden mourning in her family, the wife and the kids needed to go back in Japan during the summer and they have been stuck too. This umpteenth unexpected event has further complicated the already difficult situation. After various movement from a temporary house to another, André now is living in Basel and he has seeing his family since the first week of July just from his laptop. Due to the different time zone, every morning he wakes up at 2 a.m. and, in order to not lose the year in school, he has become his daughter’s teachers. Every morning he personally take care of her teaching rigorously in German language. After the home schooling session, around 5:30 a.m. it will start from remote his daily job with Australia; the Italian company who is employed for, it gave him the possibility to work from home while he is waiting for to move there. In the mean time he is keep on doing his personal studies about coffee; in collaboration with the Zurich University of Applied Science, who gives him the access to its laboratory, they have just published an important study about coffee on in the pages of the famous magazine Nature-Research. His daily job routine goes on with afternoons phonically and it end with the management of the company social media, who has entered in the meantime in the new day. To keep on having a bit of mental and physical balance, during all these months André is trying to daily go out for a walk in the little spare time and also he is attending a weekly session of breathy meditation. It helps him to reduce the stress and to put aside the frustration of the situation. It is not easy to remain mentally stable, especially for a subject that already went through a tough time of his life, when has been forced to face and deal with himself. In this situation dictated by the pandemic, the balance of the couple is also seriously undermined: the prolonged distance, the different time zone, the physical and emotional support that is sometimes lacking, the fear of contracting the virus and the uncertainty of the leaving time. All these difficulties are strongly challenging him. While we are looking at the Rhine river, André reminds me when he was a little boy and wanted to leave Basel to go and discover the world; get on a boat and swept away by the current, following the course of the river to north and discover what was there. Today, due to Covid-19, he is paradoxically stuck again in that city he once left behind and he is waiting to leave to the other side of the world to hug his children again.

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Basel
By DooG Reporter
02 Jan 2021

ANDRÉ EIERMANN André is a 46 years-old general manager. He deals with coffee and he is in the corporate environment since almost 15 years; combining skills and passion for the product, he won the “Swiss Barista Championship” in 2017 and he competed for the World title in Seoul in the same year. All these goals gave him a lot of visibility and the possibility to decide who work for. At the end of March 2020 he should have moved with the whole family from Switzerland to Australia because he accepted a new job position, but due to the Covid-19 restrictions, everything has been postponed. Alas they where all ready to move: the rent of the house in Berna had been ended, all their belongings had been packed and sent to Melbourne, kids had been cancelled from school. In conclusion, everything was ready to go and now everything is stuck with any date at the horizon. André is father of a 7 and 2 years old kids who actually are not with him. Due to a sudden mourning in her family, the wife and the kids needed to go back in Japan during the summer and they have been stuck too. This umpteenth unexpected event has further complicated the already difficult situation. After various movement from a temporary house to another, André now is living in Basel and he has seeing his family since the first week of July just from his laptop. Due to the different time zone, every morning he wakes up at 2 a.m. and, in order to not lose the year in school, he has become his daughter’s teachers. Every morning he personally take care of her teaching rigorously in German language. After the home schooling session, around 5:30 a.m. it will start from remote his daily job with Australia; the Italian company who is employed for, it gave him the possibility to work from home while he is waiting for to move there. In the mean time he is keep on doing his personal studies about coffee; in collaboration with the Zurich University of Applied Science, who gives him the access to its laboratory, they have just published an important study about coffee on in the pages of the famous magazine Nature-Research. His daily job routine goes on with afternoons phonically and it end with the management of the company social media, who has entered in the meantime in the new day. To keep on having a bit of mental and physical balance, during all these months André is trying to daily go out for a walk in the little spare time and also he is attending a weekly session of breathy meditation. It helps him to reduce the stress and to put aside the frustration of the situation. It is not easy to remain mentally stable, especially for a subject that already went through a tough time of his life, when has been forced to face and deal with himself. In this situation dictated by the pandemic, the balance of the couple is also seriously undermined: the prolonged distance, the different time zone, the physical and emotional support that is sometimes lacking, the fear of contracting the virus and the uncertainty of the leaving time. All these difficulties are strongly challenging him. While we are looking at the Rhine river, André reminds me when he was a little boy and wanted to leave Basel to go and discover the world; get on a boat and swept away by the current, following the course of the river to north and discover what was there. Today, due to Covid-19, he is paradoxically stuck again in that city he once left behind and he is waiting to leave to the other side of the world to hug his children again.

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Basel
By DooG Reporter
04 Jan 2021

ANDRÉ EIERMANN André is a 46 years-old general manager. He deals with coffee and he is in the corporate environment since almost 15 years; combining skills and passion for the product, he won the “Swiss Barista Championship” in 2017 and he competed for the World title in Seoul in the same year. All these goals gave him a lot of visibility and the possibility to decide who work for. At the end of March 2020 he should have moved with the whole family from Switzerland to Australia because he accepted a new job position, but due to the Covid-19 restrictions, everything has been postponed. Alas they where all ready to move: the rent of the house in Berna had been ended, all their belongings had been packed and sent to Melbourne, kids had been cancelled from school. In conclusion, everything was ready to go and now everything is stuck with any date at the horizon. André is father of a 7 and 2 years old kids who actually are not with him. Due to a sudden mourning in her family, the wife and the kids needed to go back in Japan during the summer and they have been stuck too. This umpteenth unexpected event has further complicated the already difficult situation. After various movement from a temporary house to another, André now is living in Basel and he has seeing his family since the first week of July just from his laptop. Due to the different time zone, every morning he wakes up at 2 a.m. and, in order to not lose the year in school, he has become his daughter’s teachers. Every morning he personally take care of her teaching rigorously in German language. After the home schooling session, around 5:30 a.m. it will start from remote his daily job with Australia; the Italian company who is employed for, it gave him the possibility to work from home while he is waiting for to move there. In the mean time he is keep on doing his personal studies about coffee; in collaboration with the Zurich University of Applied Science, who gives him the access to its laboratory, they have just published an important study about coffee on in the pages of the famous magazine Nature-Research. His daily job routine goes on with afternoons phonically and it end with the management of the company social media, who has entered in the meantime in the new day. To keep on having a bit of mental and physical balance, during all these months André is trying to daily go out for a walk in the little spare time and also he is attending a weekly session of breathy meditation. It helps him to reduce the stress and to put aside the frustration of the situation. It is not easy to remain mentally stable, especially for a subject that already went through a tough time of his life, when has been forced to face and deal with himself. In this situation dictated by the pandemic, the balance of the couple is also seriously undermined: the prolonged distance, the different time zone, the physical and emotional support that is sometimes lacking, the fear of contracting the virus and the uncertainty of the leaving time. All these difficulties are strongly challenging him. While we are looking at the Rhine river, André reminds me when he was a little boy and wanted to leave Basel to go and discover the world; get on a boat and swept away by the current, following the course of the river to north and discover what was there. Today, due to Covid-19, he is paradoxically stuck again in that city he once left behind and he is waiting to leave to the other side of the world to hug his children again.

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Basel
By DooG Reporter
06 Jan 2021

ANDRÉ EIERMANN André is a 46 years-old general manager. He deals with coffee and he is in the corporate environment since almost 15 years; combining skills and passion for the product, he won the “Swiss Barista Championship” in 2017 and he competed for the World title in Seoul in the same year. All these goals gave him a lot of visibility and the possibility to decide who work for. At the end of March 2020 he should have moved with the whole family from Switzerland to Australia because he accepted a new job position, but due to the Covid-19 restrictions, everything has been postponed. Alas they where all ready to move: the rent of the house in Berna had been ended, all their belongings had been packed and sent to Melbourne, kids had been cancelled from school. In conclusion, everything was ready to go and now everything is stuck with any date at the horizon. André is father of a 7 and 2 years old kids who actually are not with him. Due to a sudden mourning in her family, the wife and the kids needed to go back in Japan during the summer and they have been stuck too. This umpteenth unexpected event has further complicated the already difficult situation. After various movement from a temporary house to another, André now is living in Basel and he has seeing his family since the first week of July just from his laptop. Due to the different time zone, every morning he wakes up at 2 a.m. and, in order to not lose the year in school, he has become his daughter’s teachers. Every morning he personally take care of her teaching rigorously in German language. After the home schooling session, around 5:30 a.m. it will start from remote his daily job with Australia; the Italian company who is employed for, it gave him the possibility to work from home while he is waiting for to move there. In the mean time he is keep on doing his personal studies about coffee; in collaboration with the Zurich University of Applied Science, who gives him the access to its laboratory, they have just published an important study about coffee on in the pages of the famous magazine Nature-Research. His daily job routine goes on with afternoons phonically and it end with the management of the company social media, who has entered in the meantime in the new day. To keep on having a bit of mental and physical balance, during all these months André is trying to daily go out for a walk in the little spare time and also he is attending a weekly session of breathy meditation. It helps him to reduce the stress and to put aside the frustration of the situation. It is not easy to remain mentally stable, especially for a subject that already went through a tough time of his life, when has been forced to face and deal with himself. In this situation dictated by the pandemic, the balance of the couple is also seriously undermined: the prolonged distance, the different time zone, the physical and emotional support that is sometimes lacking, the fear of contracting the virus and the uncertainty of the leaving time. All these difficulties are strongly challenging him. While we are looking at the Rhine river, André reminds me when he was a little boy and wanted to leave Basel to go and discover the world; get on a boat and swept away by the current, following the course of the river to north and discover what was there. Today, due to Covid-19, he is paradoxically stuck again in that city he once left behind and he is waiting to leave to the other side of the world to hug his children again.

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Basel
By DooG Reporter
04 Jan 2021

ANDRÉ EIERMANN André is a 46 years-old general manager. He deals with coffee and he is in the corporate environment since almost 15 years; combining skills and passion for the product, he won the “Swiss Barista Championship” in 2017 and he competed for the World title in Seoul in the same year. All these goals gave him a lot of visibility and the possibility to decide who work for. At the end of March 2020 he should have moved with the whole family from Switzerland to Australia because he accepted a new job position, but due to the Covid-19 restrictions, everything has been postponed. Alas they where all ready to move: the rent of the house in Berna had been ended, all their belongings had been packed and sent to Melbourne, kids had been cancelled from school. In conclusion, everything was ready to go and now everything is stuck with any date at the horizon. André is father of a 7 and 2 years old kids who actually are not with him. Due to a sudden mourning in her family, the wife and the kids needed to go back in Japan during the summer and they have been stuck too. This umpteenth unexpected event has further complicated the already difficult situation. After various movement from a temporary house to another, André now is living in Basel and he has seeing his family since the first week of July just from his laptop. Due to the different time zone, every morning he wakes up at 2 a.m. and, in order to not lose the year in school, he has become his daughter’s teachers. Every morning he personally take care of her teaching rigorously in German language. After the home schooling session, around 5:30 a.m. it will start from remote his daily job with Australia; the Italian company who is employed for, it gave him the possibility to work from home while he is waiting for to move there. In the mean time he is keep on doing his personal studies about coffee; in collaboration with the Zurich University of Applied Science, who gives him the access to its laboratory, they have just published an important study about coffee on in the pages of the famous magazine Nature-Research. His daily job routine goes on with afternoons phonically and it end with the management of the company social media, who has entered in the meantime in the new day. To keep on having a bit of mental and physical balance, during all these months André is trying to daily go out for a walk in the little spare time and also he is attending a weekly session of breathy meditation. It helps him to reduce the stress and to put aside the frustration of the situation. It is not easy to remain mentally stable, especially for a subject that already went through a tough time of his life, when has been forced to face and deal with himself. In this situation dictated by the pandemic, the balance of the couple is also seriously undermined: the prolonged distance, the different time zone, the physical and emotional support that is sometimes lacking, the fear of contracting the virus and the uncertainty of the leaving time. All these difficulties are strongly challenging him. While we are looking at the Rhine river, André reminds me when he was a little boy and wanted to leave Basel to go and discover the world; get on a boat and swept away by the current, following the course of the river to north and discover what was there. Today, due to Covid-19, he is paradoxically stuck again in that city he once left behind and he is waiting to leave to the other side of the world to hug his children again.

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Basel
By DooG Reporter
07 Dec 2020

ANDRÉ EIERMANN André is a 46 years-old general manager. He deals with coffee and he is in the corporate environment since almost 15 years; combining skills and passion for the product, he won the “Swiss Barista Championship” in 2017 and he competed for the World title in Seoul in the same year. All these goals gave him a lot of visibility and the possibility to decide who work for. At the end of March 2020 he should have moved with the whole family from Switzerland to Australia because he accepted a new job position, but due to the Covid-19 restrictions, everything has been postponed. Alas they where all ready to move: the rent of the house in Berna had been ended, all their belongings had been packed and sent to Melbourne, kids had been cancelled from school. In conclusion, everything was ready to go and now everything is stuck with any date at the horizon. André is father of a 7 and 2 years old kids who actually are not with him. Due to a sudden mourning in her family, the wife and the kids needed to go back in Japan during the summer and they have been stuck too. This umpteenth unexpected event has further complicated the already difficult situation. After various movement from a temporary house to another, André now is living in Basel and he has seeing his family since the first week of July just from his laptop. Due to the different time zone, every morning he wakes up at 2 a.m. and, in order to not lose the year in school, he has become his daughter’s teachers. Every morning he personally take care of her teaching rigorously in German language. After the home schooling session, around 5:30 a.m. it will start from remote his daily job with Australia; the Italian company who is employed for, it gave him the possibility to work from home while he is waiting for to move there. In the mean time he is keep on doing his personal studies about coffee; in collaboration with the Zurich University of Applied Science, who gives him the access to its laboratory, they have just published an important study about coffee on in the pages of the famous magazine Nature-Research. His daily job routine goes on with afternoons phonically and it end with the management of the company social media, who has entered in the meantime in the new day. To keep on having a bit of mental and physical balance, during all these months André is trying to daily go out for a walk in the little spare time and also he is attending a weekly session of breathy meditation. It helps him to reduce the stress and to put aside the frustration of the situation. It is not easy to remain mentally stable, especially for a subject that already went through a tough time of his life, when has been forced to face and deal with himself. In this situation dictated by the pandemic, the balance of the couple is also seriously undermined: the prolonged distance, the different time zone, the physical and emotional support that is sometimes lacking, the fear of contracting the virus and the uncertainty of the leaving time. All these difficulties are strongly challenging him. While we are looking at the Rhine river, André reminds me when he was a little boy and wanted to leave Basel to go and discover the world; get on a boat and swept away by the current, following the course of the river to north and discover what was there. Today, due to Covid-19, he is paradoxically stuck again in that city he once left behind and he is waiting to leave to the other side of the world to hug his children again.

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Basel
By DooG Reporter
04 Dec 2020

ANDRÉ EIERMANN André is a 46 years-old general manager. He deals with coffee and he is in the corporate environment since almost 15 years; combining skills and passion for the product, he won the “Swiss Barista Championship” in 2017 and he competed for the World title in Seoul in the same year. All these goals gave him a lot of visibility and the possibility to decide who work for. At the end of March 2020 he should have moved with the whole family from Switzerland to Australia because he accepted a new job position, but due to the Covid-19 restrictions, everything has been postponed. Alas they where all ready to move: the rent of the house in Berna had been ended, all their belongings had been packed and sent to Melbourne, kids had been cancelled from school. In conclusion, everything was ready to go and now everything is stuck with any date at the horizon. André is father of a 7 and 2 years old kids who actually are not with him. Due to a sudden mourning in her family, the wife and the kids needed to go back in Japan during the summer and they have been stuck too. This umpteenth unexpected event has further complicated the already difficult situation. After various movement from a temporary house to another, André now is living in Basel and he has seeing his family since the first week of July just from his laptop. Due to the different time zone, every morning he wakes up at 2 a.m. and, in order to not lose the year in school, he has become his daughter’s teachers. Every morning he personally take care of her teaching rigorously in German language. After the home schooling session, around 5:30 a.m. it will start from remote his daily job with Australia; the Italian company who is employed for, it gave him the possibility to work from home while he is waiting for to move there. In the mean time he is keep on doing his personal studies about coffee; in collaboration with the Zurich University of Applied Science, who gives him the access to its laboratory, they have just published an important study about coffee on in the pages of the famous magazine Nature-Research. His daily job routine goes on with afternoons phonically and it end with the management of the company social media, who has entered in the meantime in the new day. To keep on having a bit of mental and physical balance, during all these months André is trying to daily go out for a walk in the little spare time and also he is attending a weekly session of breathy meditation. It helps him to reduce the stress and to put aside the frustration of the situation. It is not easy to remain mentally stable, especially for a subject that already went through a tough time of his life, when has been forced to face and deal with himself. In this situation dictated by the pandemic, the balance of the couple is also seriously undermined: the prolonged distance, the different time zone, the physical and emotional support that is sometimes lacking, the fear of contracting the virus and the uncertainty of the leaving time. All these difficulties are strongly challenging him. While we are looking at the Rhine river, André reminds me when he was a little boy and wanted to leave Basel to go and discover the world; get on a boat and swept away by the current, following the course of the river to north and discover what was there. Today, due to Covid-19, he is paradoxically stuck again in that city he once left behind and he is waiting to leave to the other side of the world to hug his children again.

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Basel
By DooG Reporter
04 Dec 2020

ANDRÉ EIERMANN André is a 46 years-old general manager. He deals with coffee and he is in the corporate environment since almost 15 years; combining skills and passion for the product, he won the “Swiss Barista Championship” in 2017 and he competed for the World title in Seoul in the same year. All these goals gave him a lot of visibility and the possibility to decide who work for. At the end of March 2020 he should have moved with the whole family from Switzerland to Australia because he accepted a new job position, but due to the Covid-19 restrictions, everything has been postponed. Alas they where all ready to move: the rent of the house in Berna had been ended, all their belongings had been packed and sent to Melbourne, kids had been cancelled from school. In conclusion, everything was ready to go and now everything is stuck with any date at the horizon. André is father of a 7 and 2 years old kids who actually are not with him. Due to a sudden mourning in her family, the wife and the kids needed to go back in Japan during the summer and they have been stuck too. This umpteenth unexpected event has further complicated the already difficult situation. After various movement from a temporary house to another, André now is living in Basel and he has seeing his family since the first week of July just from his laptop. Due to the different time zone, every morning he wakes up at 2 a.m. and, in order to not lose the year in school, he has become his daughter’s teachers. Every morning he personally take care of her teaching rigorously in German language. After the home schooling session, around 5:30 a.m. it will start from remote his daily job with Australia; the Italian company who is employed for, it gave him the possibility to work from home while he is waiting for to move there. In the mean time he is keep on doing his personal studies about coffee; in collaboration with the Zurich University of Applied Science, who gives him the access to its laboratory, they have just published an important study about coffee on in the pages of the famous magazine Nature-Research. His daily job routine goes on with afternoons phonically and it end with the management of the company social media, who has entered in the meantime in the new day. To keep on having a bit of mental and physical balance, during all these months André is trying to daily go out for a walk in the little spare time and also he is attending a weekly session of breathy meditation. It helps him to reduce the stress and to put aside the frustration of the situation. It is not easy to remain mentally stable, especially for a subject that already went through a tough time of his life, when has been forced to face and deal with himself. In this situation dictated by the pandemic, the balance of the couple is also seriously undermined: the prolonged distance, the different time zone, the physical and emotional support that is sometimes lacking, the fear of contracting the virus and the uncertainty of the leaving time. All these difficulties are strongly challenging him. While we are looking at the Rhine river, André reminds me when he was a little boy and wanted to leave Basel to go and discover the world; get on a boat and swept away by the current, following the course of the river to north and discover what was there. Today, due to Covid-19, he is paradoxically stuck again in that city he once left behind and he is waiting to leave to the other side of the world to hug his children again.

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Basel
By DooG Reporter
04 Dec 2020

ANDRÉ EIERMANN André is a 46 years-old general manager. He deals with coffee and he is in the corporate environment since almost 15 years; combining skills and passion for the product, he won the “Swiss Barista Championship” in 2017 and he competed for the World title in Seoul in the same year. All these goals gave him a lot of visibility and the possibility to decide who work for. At the end of March 2020 he should have moved with the whole family from Switzerland to Australia because he accepted a new job position, but due to the Covid-19 restrictions, everything has been postponed. Alas they where all ready to move: the rent of the house in Berna had been ended, all their belongings had been packed and sent to Melbourne, kids had been cancelled from school. In conclusion, everything was ready to go and now everything is stuck with any date at the horizon. André is father of a 7 and 2 years old kids who actually are not with him. Due to a sudden mourning in her family, the wife and the kids needed to go back in Japan during the summer and they have been stuck too. This umpteenth unexpected event has further complicated the already difficult situation. After various movement from a temporary house to another, André now is living in Basel and he has seeing his family since the first week of July just from his laptop. Due to the different time zone, every morning he wakes up at 2 a.m. and, in order to not lose the year in school, he has become his daughter’s teachers. Every morning he personally take care of her teaching rigorously in German language. After the home schooling session, around 5:30 a.m. it will start from remote his daily job with Australia; the Italian company who is employed for, it gave him the possibility to work from home while he is waiting for to move there. In the mean time he is keep on doing his personal studies about coffee; in collaboration with the Zurich University of Applied Science, who gives him the access to its laboratory, they have just published an important study about coffee on in the pages of the famous magazine Nature-Research. His daily job routine goes on with afternoons phonically and it end with the management of the company social media, who has entered in the meantime in the new day. To keep on having a bit of mental and physical balance, during all these months André is trying to daily go out for a walk in the little spare time and also he is attending a weekly session of breathy meditation. It helps him to reduce the stress and to put aside the frustration of the situation. It is not easy to remain mentally stable, especially for a subject that already went through a tough time of his life, when has been forced to face and deal with himself. In this situation dictated by the pandemic, the balance of the couple is also seriously undermined: the prolonged distance, the different time zone, the physical and emotional support that is sometimes lacking, the fear of contracting the virus and the uncertainty of the leaving time. All these difficulties are strongly challenging him. While we are looking at the Rhine river, André reminds me when he was a little boy and wanted to leave Basel to go and discover the world; get on a boat and swept away by the current, following the course of the river to north and discover what was there. Today, due to Covid-19, he is paradoxically stuck again in that city he once left behind and he is waiting to leave to the other side of the world to hug his children again.

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Basel
By DooG Reporter
04 Dec 2020

ANDRÉ EIERMANN André is a 46 years-old general manager. He deals with coffee and he is in the corporate environment since almost 15 years; combining skills and passion for the product, he won the “Swiss Barista Championship” in 2017 and he competed for the World title in Seoul in the same year. All these goals gave him a lot of visibility and the possibility to decide who work for. At the end of March 2020 he should have moved with the whole family from Switzerland to Australia because he accepted a new job position, but due to the Covid-19 restrictions, everything has been postponed. Alas they where all ready to move: the rent of the house in Berna had been ended, all their belongings had been packed and sent to Melbourne, kids had been cancelled from school. In conclusion, everything was ready to go and now everything is stuck with any date at the horizon. André is father of a 7 and 2 years old kids who actually are not with him. Due to a sudden mourning in her family, the wife and the kids needed to go back in Japan during the summer and they have been stuck too. This umpteenth unexpected event has further complicated the already difficult situation. After various movement from a temporary house to another, André now is living in Basel and he has seeing his family since the first week of July just from his laptop. Due to the different time zone, every morning he wakes up at 2 a.m. and, in order to not lose the year in school, he has become his daughter’s teachers. Every morning he personally take care of her teaching rigorously in German language. After the home schooling session, around 5:30 a.m. it will start from remote his daily job with Australia; the Italian company who is employed for, it gave him the possibility to work from home while he is waiting for to move there. In the mean time he is keep on doing his personal studies about coffee; in collaboration with the Zurich University of Applied Science, who gives him the access to its laboratory, they have just published an important study about coffee on in the pages of the famous magazine Nature-Research. His daily job routine goes on with afternoons phonically and it end with the management of the company social media, who has entered in the meantime in the new day. To keep on having a bit of mental and physical balance, during all these months André is trying to daily go out for a walk in the little spare time and also he is attending a weekly session of breathy meditation. It helps him to reduce the stress and to put aside the frustration of the situation. It is not easy to remain mentally stable, especially for a subject that already went through a tough time of his life, when has been forced to face and deal with himself. In this situation dictated by the pandemic, the balance of the couple is also seriously undermined: the prolonged distance, the different time zone, the physical and emotional support that is sometimes lacking, the fear of contracting the virus and the uncertainty of the leaving time. All these difficulties are strongly challenging him. While we are looking at the Rhine river, André reminds me when he was a little boy and wanted to leave Basel to go and discover the world; get on a boat and swept away by the current, following the course of the river to north and discover what was there. Today, due to Covid-19, he is paradoxically stuck again in that city he once left behind and he is waiting to leave to the other side of the world to hug his children again.

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Basel
By DooG Reporter
07 Dec 2020

ANDRÉ EIERMANN André is a 46 years-old general manager. He deals with coffee and he is in the corporate environment since almost 15 years; combining skills and passion for the product, he won the “Swiss Barista Championship” in 2017 and he competed for the World title in Seoul in the same year. All these goals gave him a lot of visibility and the possibility to decide who work for. At the end of March 2020 he should have moved with the whole family from Switzerland to Australia because he accepted a new job position, but due to the Covid-19 restrictions, everything has been postponed. Alas they where all ready to move: the rent of the house in Berna had been ended, all their belongings had been packed and sent to Melbourne, kids had been cancelled from school. In conclusion, everything was ready to go and now everything is stuck with any date at the horizon. André is father of a 7 and 2 years old kids who actually are not with him. Due to a sudden mourning in her family, the wife and the kids needed to go back in Japan during the summer and they have been stuck too. This umpteenth unexpected event has further complicated the already difficult situation. After various movement from a temporary house to another, André now is living in Basel and he has seeing his family since the first week of July just from his laptop. Due to the different time zone, every morning he wakes up at 2 a.m. and, in order to not lose the year in school, he has become his daughter’s teachers. Every morning he personally take care of her teaching rigorously in German language. After the home schooling session, around 5:30 a.m. it will start from remote his daily job with Australia; the Italian company who is employed for, it gave him the possibility to work from home while he is waiting for to move there. In the mean time he is keep on doing his personal studies about coffee; in collaboration with the Zurich University of Applied Science, who gives him the access to its laboratory, they have just published an important study about coffee on in the pages of the famous magazine Nature-Research. His daily job routine goes on with afternoons phonically and it end with the management of the company social media, who has entered in the meantime in the new day. To keep on having a bit of mental and physical balance, during all these months André is trying to daily go out for a walk in the little spare time and also he is attending a weekly session of breathy meditation. It helps him to reduce the stress and to put aside the frustration of the situation. It is not easy to remain mentally stable, especially for a subject that already went through a tough time of his life, when has been forced to face and deal with himself. In this situation dictated by the pandemic, the balance of the couple is also seriously undermined: the prolonged distance, the different time zone, the physical and emotional support that is sometimes lacking, the fear of contracting the virus and the uncertainty of the leaving time. All these difficulties are strongly challenging him. While we are looking at the Rhine river, André reminds me when he was a little boy and wanted to leave Basel to go and discover the world; get on a boat and swept away by the current, following the course of the river to north and discover what was there. Today, due to Covid-19, he is paradoxically stuck again in that city he once left behind and he is waiting to leave to the other side of the world to hug his children again.

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Basel
By DooG Reporter
04 Dec 2020

ANDRÉ EIERMANN André is a 46 years-old general manager. He deals with coffee and he is in the corporate environment since almost 15 years; combining skills and passion for the product, he won the “Swiss Barista Championship” in 2017 and he competed for the World title in Seoul in the same year. All these goals gave him a lot of visibility and the possibility to decide who work for. At the end of March 2020 he should have moved with the whole family from Switzerland to Australia because he accepted a new job position, but due to the Covid-19 restrictions, everything has been postponed. Alas they where all ready to move: the rent of the house in Berna had been ended, all their belongings had been packed and sent to Melbourne, kids had been cancelled from school. In conclusion, everything was ready to go and now everything is stuck with any date at the horizon. André is father of a 7 and 2 years old kids who actually are not with him. Due to a sudden mourning in her family, the wife and the kids needed to go back in Japan during the summer and they have been stuck too. This umpteenth unexpected event has further complicated the already difficult situation. After various movement from a temporary house to another, André now is living in Basel and he has seeing his family since the first week of July just from his laptop. Due to the different time zone, every morning he wakes up at 2 a.m. and, in order to not lose the year in school, he has become his daughter’s teachers. Every morning he personally take care of her teaching rigorously in German language. After the home schooling session, around 5:30 a.m. it will start from remote his daily job with Australia; the Italian company who is employed for, it gave him the possibility to work from home while he is waiting for to move there. In the mean time he is keep on doing his personal studies about coffee; in collaboration with the Zurich University of Applied Science, who gives him the access to its laboratory, they have just published an important study about coffee on in the pages of the famous magazine Nature-Research. His daily job routine goes on with afternoons phonically and it end with the management of the company social media, who has entered in the meantime in the new day. To keep on having a bit of mental and physical balance, during all these months André is trying to daily go out for a walk in the little spare time and also he is attending a weekly session of breathy meditation. It helps him to reduce the stress and to put aside the frustration of the situation. It is not easy to remain mentally stable, especially for a subject that already went through a tough time of his life, when has been forced to face and deal with himself. In this situation dictated by the pandemic, the balance of the couple is also seriously undermined: the prolonged distance, the different time zone, the physical and emotional support that is sometimes lacking, the fear of contracting the virus and the uncertainty of the leaving time. All these difficulties are strongly challenging him. While we are looking at the Rhine river, André reminds me when he was a little boy and wanted to leave Basel to go and discover the world; get on a boat and swept away by the current, following the course of the river to north and discover what was there. Today, due to Covid-19, he is paradoxically stuck again in that city he once left behind and he is waiting to leave to the other side of the world to hug his children again.

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Andre Eiermann | A Corona's story
Basel
By DooG Reporter
29 Jan 2021

André is a 46 years-old general manager. He deals with coffee and he is in the corporate environment since almost 15 years; combining skills and passion for the product, he won the “Swiss Barista Championship” in 2017 and he competed for the World title in Seoul in the same year. All these goals gave him a lot of visibility and the possibility to decide who work for. At the end of March 2020 he should have moved with the whole family from Switzerland to Australia because he accepted a new job position, but due to the Covid-19 restrictions, everything has been postponed. Alas they where all ready to move: the rent of the house in Berna had been ended, all their belongings had been packed and sent to Melbourne, kids had been cancelled from school. In conclusion, everything was ready to go and now everything is stuck with any date at the horizon. André is father of a 7 and 2 years old kids who actually are not with him. Due to a sudden mourning in her family, the wife and the kids needed to go back in Japan during the summer and they have been stuck too. This umpteenth unexpected event has further complicated the already difficult situation. After various movement from a temporary house to another, André now is living in Basel and he has seeing his family since the first week of July just from his laptop. Due to the different time zone, every morning he wakes up at 2 a.m. and, in order to not lose the year in school, he has become his daughter’s teachers. Every morning he personally take care of her teaching rigorously in German language. After the home schooling session, around 5:30 a.m. it will start from remote his daily job with Australia; the Italian company who is employed for, it gave him the possibility to work from home while he is waiting for to move there. In the mean time he is keep on doing his personal studies about coffee; in collaboration with the Zurich University of Applied Science, who gives him the access to its laboratory, they have just published an important study about coffee on in the pages of the famous magazine Nature-Research. His daily job routine goes on with afternoons phonically and it end with the management of the company social media, who has entered in the meantime in the new day. To keep on having a bit of mental and physical balance, during all these months André is trying to daily go out for a walk in the little spare time and also he is attending a weekly session of breathy meditation. It helps him to reduce the stress and to put aside the frustration of the situation. It is not easy to remain mentally stable, especially for a subject that already went through a tough time of his life, when has been forced to face and deal with himself. In this situation dictated by the pandemic, the balance of the couple is also seriously undermined: the prolonged distance, the different time zone, the physical and emotional support that is sometimes lacking, the fear of contracting the virus and the uncertainty of the leaving time. All these difficulties are strongly challenging him. While we are looking at the Rhine river, André reminds me when he was a little boy and wanted to leave Basel to go and discover the world; get on a boat and swept away by the current, following the course of the river to north and discover what was there. Today, due to Covid-19, he is paradoxically stuck again in that city he once left behind and he is waiting to leave to the other side of the world to hug his children again.

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