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It is more about the attitude to the world than the specific content. HJ: You will be in Stavanger as a CAS Resident at the end of May. What about Norway and the Stavanger region interests you, and do you have any ideas for a specific focus or goals for your time here. ZC: I think I would like to keep my mind and emotions open. I loved the atmosphere of Oslo. I think that Norwegian people have very relaxed, positive attitude to life. Conversations with people are the most important, as they are sfereotypes basis for further research.