I live in Russia, in the suburban area of Saint-Petersburg.
July 2020 I graduate from university with my bachelor degree of Asian-Pacific region studies (I studied politics, economics, geography, ecology, culture and so on about Asian-Pacific region countries).
I'm fond of reading so you can write me which book you're reading now or read the last. Also I enjoy handmade - make friendship bracelets and sometimes do embroidery. Like to watch biathlon, ski jumping, skiing and mountain skiing, figure skating.
I'm a cat person, my cat is almost 4 years old now, he is of Mekong Bobtail breed. You can tell me about your pets, it's always interesting to know.
I enjoy any postcard I receive, but some things I don't like: photos of people, hand-made and ad postcards, "keep calm" cards, pin up, erotic and nude cards, cards with alcohol drinks, religious cards.
I want to have all cards from my favourites, so you can check them and inspire. If you have one of my favourite cards and can send it to me you'll make me happy :) https://www.postcrossing.com/user/Aismi/gallery/favourites
Most of all I like:
-Beautiful nature views
-UNESCO (objects from your country)
-'Greetings from' cards (I have from Austria, Czechia, Germany, South Korea, Finland, France, Netherlands, Canada, Romania, Macau and Liechtenstein!)
-Chinese traditional paintings
-Cards by cardlover.cn
-Months cards by Papersisters
-Cats or other cute animal cards (please no frogs, insects, serpents etc.)
-Krtek from Czechia
-Marianna Sztyma illustrations (cats)
My brother collects stamps so it would be nice if you can send postcard in envelope which will let him to take stamps, thank you in advice if you can do it =)
I've been learning Chinese for 4 years, so if you know this language you can write in Chinese, but sometimes it's difficult for me to understand cursive. Also tried to learn Finnish and Serbian by myself, but it was rather difficult and I didn't have enough time, so I remember only few phrases but would like to continue learning in the future.
All the best and happy postcrossing!