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MUM004 MÚNICH (ALEMANIA) 03/09/2010.- (i-d) Simon, Tanja y Kathi practican surf en el río artificial Eisbach vestidos con los trajes tradicionales 'Dirndl' y 'Lederhose' con motivo de la fiesta de la cerveza 'Oktoberfest', en Múnich (Alemania), hoy, 3 de septiembre de 2010. EFE/Marc Mueller

Masha and the Bear

I just received an invitation to watch a neat video from Filip Terlecki, one of the most prominent voices early on in PISK’s developmental years. I was initially wary of the lightsaber battle because that’s just been waaay overdone, but when I realized the metaphor behind it, it suddenly didn’t seem as bad. Watch the […]

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PPW: Herbapol Aronia Flavoured Herbal Tea

Here in Canada we had a tough winter this year and it seems that the cold weather won’t go away… or maybe I’m just too heated from spending a week in Costa Rica (blog post coming soon!). Thankfully in China in 2737 B.C, a leaf accidentally fell into a cup of boiled water and ended up inventing tea, a.k.a. […]


Polish Product of the Week (PPW): Sante Granola

So I don’t know about you guys, but for me finding some good quality granola in Canada is IMPOSSIBLE. For some reason, every Canadian product looks like something that my Ciocia Helka would feed her chickens. All the “granola” products I have come across here are extremely bland in flavour and just basic oat flakes with […]

Outgoing president, Adrzje Dąbrowski, with incumbent, Mike Kustra.

Summing up 2014

Dear PISKers and PISK supporters, It was a great pleasure to serve you throughout 2013 and 2014 as both a vice president and president of PISK. We’ve had two successful Iskra conferences and we’re planning to continue this annual tradition. We’ve enjoyed several summer Kaszuby camping trips, parties, pub nights, conferences, a winter ski/chalet trip […]


PISK Kaszuby Camping Trip

Many different things mark the end of summer in Canada. For some, it’s the annual ritual of shopping for textbooks, starting classes again. It’s getting a sweater out for those nights that are coming just a little  faster and becoming just a bit colder. It’s seeing that single red leaf on the ground and thinking; oh […]