About me If I should say some words about me: I’ve finished musical studies at National University of Music – Bucharest, 2008; Master of Science -Musical Art – Bucharest, 2010; In all my childhood and adolescence, I was a “lonely people”… but : For the first time, somebody said me about ASPERGER SYNDROME – only one year ago ( dr. Luminita Mihai );
In ACE project Coming back at more concrete things, related by the reason of my participation to this project (ACE Project), I can say, with “the hand on my heart”, that I don’t regret, and, in any case, I won’t discuss the question…if I should regret the fact that I entered in this wonderful project, because:
Friends and excitment 1) I’m glad that I had the opportunity to make a lot of friends with whom I ’m also staying in correspondence on Facebook ( for example Karin or Nada ). I miss them and I’m looking forward to see each other again, as soon as possible. 2)I’ve seen interesting places (for example I remember even today the excursions organized during this project - ACE Project )
I was impressed by the people of Ljublijana, by the nature ( there were many green spaces and a lot of trees ) and by the dimensions of the streets, which seems to vibrate of people. Streets of Ljubljana
For example, in the second day ( on Saturday), although it was a dark weather, I didn’t regret at that time ( and I don’t regret even now ) the choice (made by mutual agreement ) to make a city-tour by a touristic train. I’m glad that I had the occasion to see again my friends ( for example Nastja or Janja ), but also, to meet other young people with AS from the group of England, lead by Nicki. in Italy- Catania
I still have a very nice memory about the visit at the Etna volcano and particularly at the Etna’s museum. ( It was, maybe, an occasion which many of us will never meet again ). Etna
I was really impressed by the houses from Oxford, which where very old and whom we all have pictured them, precisely after we made a city-tour with the Oxford City Sightseeing Bus. in England, at Oxford
In a concreet mode, I was really surprised by the picnic offered by Johnny, in which we had the pleasant opportunity to stay all together at some discussions on various subjects. Also on Friday, Johnny thought to organise a punting on the river Isis. It was an experience which I, personally, won’t forget to soon, especially because we also discovered other of their national sports. Picnic in Oxford
the Botanic Garden Then, do not forget: Also on Friday, after we visited the Botanic Garden, Johnny and Nicki, his girlfriend, decided to organize a free-air contest, especially that it could well be held, regarding the weather outside. It also was with prizes; you got prize for the art which created the cover of the egg, its design, the imagination of the designer’s,but the main purpose was that the egg, being in the free- falling position, to stay unbreakable. The ideas were more and more crazier: for example,Tom from England had just decorated the egg and so he gave it to Johnny. It was obviously that the egg won’t survive, and that was what had really happened,but just the idea of adorning was appreciated (he choose only to adorn it!)
Alexandru Radu STAN - ROMANIA My participation to the ACE project means many good things for me. I’ve meet a lot of wonderful young people from Romania and from other countries, and the trips with my ACE collegues developed my self-confidence, because in those days I has to do myself a lot of things ( to make my own-toilet in a precisely definite time, or to initiate social behaviour...)
Alexandru Radu STAN - ROMANIA In our next meetings, I hope to find more things about my friends from abroad and about their countries and people.
Alexandru Radu STAN - ROMANIA Thank you very much for your attention!