Having grown up zigzagging between South America and Europe, Carolina knows what it means to be torn between two cultures.
Tweet her at @CMachhaus to get in contact with questions on her stories!
This woman and her fiance need help to move but that doesn't mean they can't have an amazing sex life.
Meeting Katja and learning about her sex life as a woman with a disability made Carolina feel pretty boring. Find out why.
Filming, they met three people struggling in different ways to deal with sex. Let's talk about sex with reporters Carolina, Emily and Jan to find out what they think about #gettingsome, but in silence - no words allowed!
Speak to a woman he fancies? Stefan would never dare to. He's always been single, but now aims to overcome his shyness.
She's in a long-term relationship, he's never had a girlfriend. Find out what reporter Carolina thought filming Stefan.
Lovesickness recipes, secret love and their own love stories - back from filming, our #lovelinks reporters Carolina, David and Gönna had some fun answering our questions in silence, no words allowed.
Mexico aims to increase its surveillance capacities, but Irene refuses to accept that. She wants more data protection.
Is it safe to upload pictures to Facebook and is it okay to use Whatsapp? Meeting Mexican data protection activist Irene made reporter Carolina rethink how she handles her data. Have a listen!
Conditions for teachers are awful in Bulgaria. 23-year-old Aleksandar is one of the few stepping into the breach.
We sent our reporter Carolina to one of Europe's poorest countries, Bulgaria, to see for herself if there is any way to save its crumbling education system. It doesn't sound too hopeful.
Our reporters David, Anna and Carolina brought you the stories of three teachers in Germany, Zambia and Bulgaria. Now it's their turn to answer the questions - but with no words allowed.
Tsegi can’t breathe like other people. The young Mongolian has severe lung problems - that are man-made.
Filming in freezing cold and heavy smog - reporter Carolina shares her experiences from shooting in Ulan Bator, Mongolia. But in silence - no words allowed.
People who’ve grown up in Ulan Bator, Mongolia, often develop serious health problems. Reporter Carolina on her trip to the place, where the air pollution is so bad that “it burned in your lungs.”
“Drugs made me violent,” says former addict, Dominik. Now in prison, he’s trying to keep clean.
It was a shoot that left a thorough impact on our LifeLinks reporter Carolina Machhaus – here she talks us through Dominik's story who is currently in prison for aggravated assault.
After meeting former drug addict Dominik at a German prison, Carolina is busy putting his story together for you guys. We grabbed her on her lunch break to ask her a few questions - in silence, no words allowed!
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