Paula and Philipp are busying themselves in Berlin with the art project "United Buddy Bears" that is being organized by artists from 120 different countries. An interview should reveal more details about the project.
Paula and Philipp conduct an interview in Berlin
Back in Berlin Paula and Philipp go on an excursion through the capital with Josefine and Jan. Josefine is most fascinated by a very special art project: 120 big plastic bear statues are going on a world tour as a symbol for tolerance. The journalists question the press spokeswoman of the company and learn more about the colorful bears.
While the others amuse themselves in Berlin, the professor has work to do: he is explaining adjective endings that come before the substantive. Not an easy business.