Plus d'infos


11. Déc. 2019 | 8pm - 12. Déc. 2019 | 1am


Plus d'infos

Thirsty Thursday

12. Déc. 2019 | 7pm - 13. Déc. 2019 | 1am


Plus d'infos

Highballs & Music with DJ Spoogy

13. Déc. 2019 | 7.30pm - 14. Déc. 2019 | 1.30am

Cinchona Bar
Langstrasse 150
8004 Zurich




Diving into The Forest

Nature, awareness, deceleration, meditation: 'shinrin-yoku', meaning 'bathing in the forest', is a recognised treatment in Japan. It's also spreading to Germany as a by-product of the general mindfulness trend. Why is it so popular? What does the bathing part involve? Accompanied by two guides, partners Carlos Ponte and Emma Wisser, COMPANION headed off to the Mangfall Valley, close to Munich, to test the waters and discover what this activity is all about. Between the trees and wet earth, we learned something about the healing qualities of the forest - and about ourselves as well.

Werner Aisslinger

An interview about design and architecture.

Superbude Hotels & Hostels

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Gastwerk Hotel Hamburg

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Around the World - Part IV

Project journey to Nepal with Viva con Agua.

Little Tokyo

About one-fifth of all Japanese people in Germany live in and around Düsseldorf. No wonder, then, that this metropolitan region is also being shaped by Japanese culture.

The Boilerman

Joerg Meyer talks about hotel bars, highballs, and Hemingway

Conni Kotte

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Hamburg – Where Erotica and Fish Rolls come together

A travel blogger explains the city.

The Good Bag by canvasco

canvasco shows how to upcycle.

Vessel for H2O

Art for a good cause - How does it work?

Roaring Berlin

companion joins author and journalist Boris and illustrator Robert on a tour inspired by the Roaring Twenties

Vienna’s Got Talent

Nadiv Molcho is a theater and movie actor, comedian, director, screenwriter, and producer — all that at the age of 27. A talk with companion.

Marseille Mon Amour

A Mediterranean climate and laid-back urban flair on the Côte d’Azur: Marseille certainly has more to offer than its reputation would reveal. The lively international port city, with its 300 days of sun per year and a particular passion for bouillabaisse and pastis, was long considered the French Naples, ruled by criminal gangs and the violence of its ‘French Connection’ mafia. Much has changed since then. In 2013, Marseille was named the European Capital of Culture, and pocketed significant subsidies that were invested in polishing up its appearance. France’s second-largest city now attracts growing numbers of creative minds and artists. Hot on their heels are the galleries, hip boutiques, and cafés. For the younger French generation especially, Marseilles is becoming a real alternative to the exorbitantly priced Paris due to its affordable standard of living — with a view of the sea included.


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